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Where does EIRP 60 dBm come from in the solution to the question below
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by:Tapan Pattanaik
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hi jtiernan2008,

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hi :)
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The 60dbm comes from the 1 KW power of the transmitter mentioned in the problem statement.
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What is the 1KW power to do with the EIRP?
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The problem says that the EIRP of the transmitter was 1 KW. The equation with the 60DBM was sritten for a transmitter with much less power. The 60 dbm makes the equation good for a 1 KW transmitter
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so is 60 just an arbitrary number?
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no. Look up where the equation first appears in your notes. There it will tell what power the transmitter should have. It will not be 1 kw. The 60 db steps up the output power required by the equation to the 1 kw level.
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