## dBm to dBi Calculator

dBi stands for deciBel Isotropic [1]. It is the gain of an antenna relative to that of an ideal isotropic antenna that radiates energy equally in all directions. dBm [2] is the …

dBi stands for deciBel Isotropic [1]. It is the gain of an antenna relative to that of an ideal isotropic antenna that radiates energy equally in all directions. dBm [2] is the …

dBi stands for deciBel Isotropic [1]. It is the gain of an antenna relative to that of an ideal isotropic antenna that radiates energy equally in all directions. dBm [2] …

This calculator converts V RMS (Root-mean-square) to V peak-to-peak. V peak to peak to V RMS Formula Vpp = (2√2)*VRMS To find the peak to peak voltage multiply the RMS …

This tool converts peak to peak voltage VPP to its root-mean-square (RMS) voltage equivalent VRMS. Calculator How to use this calculator Enter the peak-to-peak voltage value. Units can be volt/millivolt/microvolt/nanovolt. …

This tool converts from a dBm (deciBel relative to 1 milliwatt) power value to Vpeak-to-peak or Vpp. It also calculates the RMS voltage. The default impedance (Z) is 50 ohm, …

In this post we present a tool to convert Peak-to-Peak Voltage to Power in both dBm and Watt. The post also includes background information, example calculations and how the formula …

This tool converts from Linear value to Log or dB (deciBel). 🔄 dB to Linear Formula In the case of a linear power ratio: PdB = 10*Log10(Plinear) Plinear = 10(PdB/10) …

This tool converts from dB (deciBel) to a linear value. 🔄 Linear to dB Formula If the ratio represents power. For example the output power divided by the input power, …

This tool computes the maximum range or distance that can be achieved in a communication system. It uses the Free Space Path Loss (FSPL) equations [1]. The system includes a …

How to convert from dBm (deciBel-milliwatts) to dBm (deciBels)? dB is relative number while dBm is an absolute number. There’s no explicit conversion between the two. As an example 3 …