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Formula For EIRP
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EIRP = Pt - Lc + Ga , Where, EIRP & Pt  (output power of transmitter) are in dBm, cable losses (Lc) is in dB and antenna gain (Ga) is expressed in dBi, relative to a (theoretical) isotropic reference antenna. , Decibels are a convenient way to express the ratio between two quantities. dBm uses a reference of 1 mW and dBW uses a reference of 1 W. , The EIRP is used to estimate the service area of the transmitter, and to coordinate transmitters on the same frequency so that their coverage areas do not overlap. , In built-up areas, regulations may restrict the EIRP of a transmitter to prevent exposure of personnel to high power electromagnetic fields, however EIRP is normally restricted to minimise interference to services on similar frequencies.

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