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Absorbed Energy Effects on Receptors subjected to Low and High Frequency Spectrum than designed

Absorbed Energy Effects on Receptors subjected to Low and High Frequency Spectrum than designed

Absorbed Energy Effects on Receptors subjected to Low and High Frequency Spectrum than designed

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Hi, if you be kind, how do we measure absorbed energy on receptors subjected to high and low frequencies spectrum other than designed.
Is there a wave to energy equation we could investigate? Thanks.
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RE: Absorbed Energy Effects on Receptors subjected to Low and High Frequency Spectrum than designed

Theoretical or real world? If the latter it sounds like you are attempting to analyze (adjacent channel) interference. I'd start by looking at your IF frequency content and power levels vs. spectrum. You'll then need to translate that back to how parasitic effects on your RF matching components can produce the effects you are seeing.

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RE: Absorbed Energy Effects on Receptors subjected to Low and High Frequency Spectrum than designed

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Theoretical. I was not into this hardcore, but really appreciate what equations I would have to look at.

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