EIRP Values for C band
EIRP - Abbreviation for Effective-Isotropic-Radiated-Power
Effective Isotropic Radiated Power is the apparent power transmitted towards the receiver, if it is assumed that the signal is radiated equally in all directions, such as a spherical wave emanating from a point source; in other words, the arithmetic product of the power supplied to an antenna and its gain.
EIRP = G * P = 10(g/10) * P [W]
G: Antenna gain coefficient
g: Antenna gain [dBi]
P: Power [W]
Following table contains values for the C band. The values shown in the table assume having an LNB with noise figure of 20°K:
EIRP Field IntensityAntenna diameter
42.0 dBW110 cm
41.5 dBW120 cm
41.0 dBW130 cm
40.5 dBW140 cm
40.0 dBW150 cm
39.5 dBW160 cm
39.0 dBW170 cm
38.5 dBW180 cm
38.0 dBW190 cm
37.5 dBW200 cm
37.0 dBW210 cm
36.5 dBW220 cm
36.0 dBW230 cm
35.5 dBW240 cm
35.0 dBW250 cm
34.5 dBW260 cm
EIRP Field IntensityAntenna diameter
34.0 dBW270 cm
33.5 dBW280 cm
33.0 dBW290 cm
32.5 dBW300 cm
32.0 dBW310 cm
31.5 dBW320 cm
31.0 dBW330 cm
30.5 dBW340 cm
30.0 dBW350 cm
29.5 dBW360 cm
29.0 dBW370 cm
28.5 dBW380 cm
28.0 dBW390 cm
27.5 dBW400 cm
27.0 dBW410 cm
26.5 dBW420 cm

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