Worleys online conversion tools assist in converting watt to db, db to watt (
decibels to watts), dbm to watts and various line loss incurred at given
Power conversions are based on 50 Ohm
resistance unless otherwise stated.
When working with wireless systems, calculations should consider total working kit
gain. Often, conversion of watt to db is necessary kit design. Kit gain of a
system includes the transmission
transmission lines, transmitting antenna, free space loss, receiving antenna,
receiving transmission lines and the receiver itself. This allows for practical
real world calculations along with expected results.