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Where power is a primary concern for the design under discussion. Use the "low-power" tag when that applies.

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. Apparently, this is pretty standard for a cell phone signal. So, by my calcs, -97dBm is approximately 0.1 picoWatt of power. That seems like a really small amount of power. And I mean really small! I … tend to think in terms of my college physics lab whereby we had 5v supplying 1A of current into a light bulb. Or something like this, from what I remember. When that power comes down from the receive …
asked Jun 26 '15 by Brad Walker