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 RF activity vs. Power histogram

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slavne Posted - 10/03/2020 : 17:31:53
When Rf browser is in RF activity mode, the current values shows in range eg. 100-600 pW/cm2 with a peak eg. 1.4uW/cm2 (peak changes, of course). But when switched to power histogram and started to count, it shows 25pW/cm2 in 29% of time.
When comparing the range 100-600pW/cm2 with observed 25pW/cm2 we see the large difference. How is it possible to get low reading for peak density in Power histogram mode, when much larger current values of power density appear all the time in Rf avtivity?
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EmfDev Posted - 10/05/2020 : 09:40:42
Hi slavne, what you see in the power histogram are all the total signals detected not just 1 every 100ms like in RF Activity.

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