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About VDSL signal level !

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jackie1116

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i need to input signal level of -60dBm/Hz (+20dBm average and +35dBm Peak,at
3.175MHz~5.2MHz) to my sample ,pls tell me what shall i do ?

And what is the different between dBm/Hz ,dbm ,why sometime use dBm/Hz and
sometime use dbm on any book ?
 

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You should create an equivalent signal in the frequency domain, create the hermitian vector and then do an FFT. Since the each component in frequency should be represented by a phasor, you should adjust the phases of these phasors so that to have the peak at 35dBm.

dBm refers to the total output power, that is 10*log10(Power in mW)
dBm/Hz refers to the power spectrum density and is 10*log10(Power in mW/Bandwidth in Hz)

You actually have non consistent constraints since it is not possible to create a signal with +20dBm total power in that frequency range with only -60dBm/Hz of power density.
 

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