(Thread moved from the schoolwork forums to the technical forums)P.S)When I posted this thread, I didn't knew about specific categories. I should have posted on the technical forum.
If you use a power detector, the output voltage is proportional to input power irrespective of wave shape.How can I use power detectors for RF pulse detection? RF pulse has a symmetric Gaussian-like shape.
Is the output of power detectors continuous line or point?
I don't like the fact that you have a DC offset on the power meter calibration. Best to re-draw the graph with 2.1 volts as the zero and reading upwards.I have a Gaussian like shaped pulse waveform. It has 0.3ns pulse width, and it means 1.45Ghz half-band width in my calculation. If signal has 13dBm then what is output voltage from power detector? Is this enough information to calculate output or not? It's ok if I could get approximate value.
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