Definitions for "Signal strength"
Keywords:  microvolts, millivolts, volt, dbmv, dbv
The intensity of an RF signal measured in volts (V), millivolts (mV), microvolts (┬ÁV), or dBmV.
The magnitude of a signal at a particular location. Units are volts per meter or dBV/m.
The intensity of the television signal measured in volts, millivolts, microvolts, or dB, using 0 dB as a reference. Equal to 1000 microvolts in RF systems; generally 1 volt in video systems.
Keywords:  strength, sodar, lidar, milliwatt, lnb
The strength of the radio waves in a wireless network.
1. In radio, a measure of the received radio frequency power; generally expressed in decibels relative to some standard value, normally either one milliwatt or that power that would have resulted at the same distance under free space transmission. Could also be applied to the strength of an optical signal transmitted or received by a lidar or an acoustic signal transmitted or received by a sodar. The term field strength is commonly used as a synonym. 2. In radar, the strength of the received signal, usually expressed in logarithmic power units, in particular decibels relative to 1 mW, that is, dBm.
The strength and volume that a target produces as it is scanned and sensed by the search coil.
A measurement of voltage wave amplitude when a DC magetized character is read by a magnetic micr read head.