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It is an abbreviation for decibel milliwatts and is calculated as 10 times the log of the signal strength in milliwatts. dBm is an important figure of merit when measuring the outside signal strength. dBm - Strong Signal vs Weak Signal Measure. You will find dBm noted in negative numbers (-X dBm).

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GPS receivers with optimal signal strength will calculate your speed and distance more accurately than foot pods. Go with a foot pod if you exercise in places where GPS reception is poor. Q: What is the difference between an SDM, a GPS fitness trainer and an HRM?

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Jun 09, 2011 · Propagation distance at the high end of the mediumwave band is less than half the distance of that at the low end for the same received signal strength. A study of the two accompanying graphs comparing the distance coverage of 600 KHz, 1100 KHz, and 1600 KHz signals clearly show this.

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The number of bels N, which corresponds to the ratio of two energy quantities P 1 and P 2 (which relate to power, energy, energy density, and so on), is expressed by the formula N = log (P 1 /P 2); for “force” magnitudes F 1 and F 2 (voltage, current strength, pressure, field strength, and others), it is expressed as N = 2 log (F 1 /F 2).

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Signal Fading Fading of the RF signal is caused by several factors: n Multipath The transmitted signal arrives at the receiver from different directions, with different path lengths, attenuation and delays. The summed signal at the receiver may result in an attenuated signal. Figure 6 : Multipath Reception n Bad Line of Sight

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Inverse distance law p 2 / p 1 = (r 1 / r 2) Let us take a look at a practical application of this formula: if r 1 = 1 m and at this distance from the sound source we measure L p1 = 100 dB at a distance of r 2 = 2 m we will have a sound pressure equal to: L p2 = L p1 – 20 × lg (r 2 / r 1) Application of the inverse distance formula