Note: This calculator is defined for 50 Ohm environment.
Radiated Field Strength is defined as the intensity of an electric or magnetic field that is radiated from the transmitting antenna.
EMC standards represent the Radiated Field Strength in different units such as V/m, A/m, dBµV/m, dBµA/m, etc. dBµV/m is described as voltage level in decibels referenced to 1 microvolt per meter; used for electric field intensity measurement.
Use this calculator to convert the radiated field strength in dBuV/m to V/m.
The standard unit of electric field (E-field) strength is the volt per meter (V/m).