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Decibels. Used to express a logarithmic ratio in communications engineering. Zero dB equals one. ratio in dB = log10 ratio. See dBm for a frequently used example of the use of dB.

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Decibel(s)

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Decibel, an expression of power ratio.

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Decibel

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Abbreviation for 'decibel(s)'. A measure of sound amplitude volume).

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A dB or Decibel is a unit-less measure that represents a ratio between two measurements. Telecommunications technology uses dBm to express a ratio between two powers, an input power and an output power in milliwatts. The dB scale is logarithmic. A 3 dB reduction in power from the input to the output port of a cable equates to half of the power being lost, due to heat, radiation, noise etc. A 10dBm reading represents a 10 times reduction in power. 20dBm represents a 100 times reduction in power, and so on.
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<abbreviation> Decibel. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...

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abbreviation: decibel (sound intensity measurement)

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acronym: direct broadcast

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acronym: direct-beam (irradiance)

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Atomic number: 105

Element Symbol: Db

Element Name: Dubnium

Atomic Weight: 262

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Communication engineers like to express large power ratios in logarithmic decibels (dB). Every factor of 10 in magnitude is a ratio of 10 dB. Thus, an antenna gain of 1015 has a corresponding logarithmic gain of 150 dB. The gain is the product of 10 and the logarithm (to base 10) of the ratio.

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Database / Decibel,

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db decibel.

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Db, symbol for the element dubnium.

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Decibel, 1/10th of a bel; 10 log (x/y) where x/y is a ratio or like quantities, i.e. power.

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Decibel.

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Decibel. A logarithmic ratio of two signals or values, usually refers to power, but also voltage and current. When it is calculated for power it is 10log10 (P1/P2) and for voltage in a constant impedance situation 20log10 (V1/V2).

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Decibels

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Decibels.

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