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 Frequency Range for Power Density

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frank.mathieu@GQ Posted - 09/29/2021 : 05:40:09
Hello, Thanks for your answers.

What frequency range is used for the calculation of Power Density in Watts/m or pico Watts/cm, etc.

Thank you.
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EmfDev Posted - 09/30/2021 : 11:29:28
That is correct.
frank.mathieu@GQ Posted - 09/30/2021 : 03:40:59
One last thing.
People I talk to often request flux density in V/m.

Would it be correct to calculate V/m by using formula
square root of (measured Watts per m * 377)

In other words, is 1mW/m
= square root of (1 / 1000 * 377)
= 0,61400325732035 V/m

in the frequency range of 10MHz - 10GHz?

Thank you again.
frank.mathieu@GQ Posted - 09/30/2021 : 03:30:15
Excellent, Thank you.
EmfDev Posted - 09/29/2021 : 09:55:38
Hi Frank, for RF the frequency range is 10MHz - 10GHz.

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