On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 09:15:45AM -0500, Williams, Barry wrote:
> I need to calibrate the watt meters on my Titan, Omni VI+ and 253 Tuner.
> I have a Drake 2 kw PEP dummy load and a nice 200 mHz storage scope. In
> order to measure output, should I measure RMS, or Peak voltage, (if I
> use a sine wave input), and what are the voltages for 100 watts and the
> legal limit?
Parts 97 reads: (under definitions)
6) PEP (peak envelope power). The average power supplied to the antenna
transmission line by a transmitter during one RF cycle at the crest of
the modulation envelope taken under normal operating conditions
Part 97 section 313 defines the actual limits in PEP.
Based upon that I would say peak voltage.
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