## Receiver Sensitivity Calculator (with practical examples)

Receiver sensitivity is the strength of the weakest signal that a radio receiver can detect and demodulate. It is typically specified in dBm, Watt or microvolt. It is also referred …

Receiver sensitivity is the strength of the weakest signal that a radio receiver can detect and demodulate. It is typically specified in dBm, Watt or microvolt. It is also referred …

Contents1 Introduction2 Calculator3 Explanation of How to Add dBm4 Example Calculations5 dBm vs dB Addition Example6 Related Calculators and Posts Introduction dBm stands for decibels (dB) relative to one milliwatt. …

This tool converts from Percentage (%) to deciBel (dB) dB to Percent Formula AdB = 10*Log10(A%/100) Background The dB scale is very useful for the representation of large numbers. For …

This tool converts from deciBel to a Percentage. 🔁 Percent to dB Formula ALinear = 10AdB/10 A% = 100*ALinear Example Calculations 3 dB is a commonly used quantity in the …

This tool converts Power in dBm to Voltage. While it’s not explicitly stated, the voltage in this case represents the root-mean-square value or VRMS. The default impedance (Z) is 50 …

Use this tool to convert dBm (deciBel milliwatt) to Watt. Use the unit selector to switch between Watt, milliwatt, microwatt and nanowatt. 🔁 Watt to dBm Formula PWatt = 10((PdBm …

A half-wave dipole antenna [1] is comprised of two quarter-wavelength conductors placed end to end. Its physical length is half the wavelength of the transmitted or received RF signal. Use …

This tool converts Watt to dBm. Enter the value and select either Watt, Milliwatt, Microwatt, Nanowatt or Picowatt as units. 🔁 dBm to Watt Calculator Watt to dBm Formula PdBm …

The tool calculates the thermal noise floor of a radio receiver. Enter the following: Formula Noise FloordBm = 10*Log10(kTB/(1 mW)) + NF where, Noise Floor of a Radio Receiver In …

The insertion loss of an antenna cable is the amount by which it attenuates a Radio Frequency signal. It is expressed in decibels (dB). To calculate the cable loss enter: …