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 Post subject: Regarding decibels (dB): Say I have a 10w transmitter. A 3dB
PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:13 am 
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Regarding decibels (dB): Say I have a 10w transmitter. A 3dB gain means a doubling of power, right? So Id now have 20w output.?

But a 3 dB attenuation means I have a 5w output, right?

This seems graceless. With 3dB of gain, I gain 10 watts of power. With 3 dB attenuation, I only lose 5 watts. Is this correct? If not, can you explain?



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