|[AMRadio] FCC's AM power|
steinerviolinist at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 10:37:47 EDT 2016
Does anyone know what instrument the FCC uses for measuring PEP during
a visit to an amateur radio station?
On 9/27/16, Ross Stenberg <k9cox at charter.net> wrote:
> Why does any of this really matter when the metrics of watts in the real
> world is has such little meaning? dBm is meaningful, after all the
> difference between 1000 watts and 2000 watts is 3dB.
> 73 Ross K9COX
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