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Maximum power of a received signal for an antenna

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farfar

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Dear friends
Is there any limit for the maximum power of the received signal for an antenna?
If in the antenna catalogue, it has been mentioned that maximum power is 150 watt, it is only the maximum transmitting power or it is the maximum receiveng power, too.
 

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Re: antenna power

Hi

My opinion ---- 150W is max transmit power

we have "available power" on receiver side, which is defined by antenna geometry (gain) and orientation relatively to transmitter and distance antenna-transmitter

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