Effective Isotropic Radiated Power


Description: The hypothetical power that would have to be radiated by an isotropic antenna to give the same ("equivalent") signal strength as the actual source antenna in the direction of the antenna's strongest beam (source)

Example: 80 W

Synonym(s): EIRP

Element Segments: Space Segment, Ground Segment

Element Families: Communications, Electrical, Signal Processing

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