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Received power density from Blutooth and 802.11 b

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abhishek.vnit

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Hi to all,
I would like to get details on the power density of signal received from Bluetooth devices as a function of distance.- for Blutooth in ISm band 2.45 GHz.. I would be glad if anyone could post link to some study paper that discusses this.
Also could anyone post on the received power density as a function of distance for 802.11 b at 2.45 GHz??
I am actually interested in ambient received power density in office spaces for 2.45 GHz... Could anyone post on this too??
Thanking all in advance.
Regards..
Abhishek
 

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This link shows to you how to calculate received power density.
**broken link removed**
For this you have to measure the Average Power and introduce into the formula.
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