A GSM receiver senses a narrowband (modulated) signal having a level of -60dBm. If the front-end amplifier provides a voltage gain of 20dB, calculate the peak-to-peak voltage swing at the output of the amplifier. (You can assume ideal 50ohm load to convert dBm to voltage swing)

81 1 - A GSM receiver senses a narrowband (modulated) signal having a level of -60dBm. If the front-end amplifier provides a voltage gain of 20dB, calculate the peak-to-peak voltage swing at the output of the amplifier. (You can assume ideal 50ohm load to convert dBm to voltage swing)

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images - A GSM receiver senses a narrowband (modulated) signal having a level of -60dBm. If the front-end amplifier provides a voltage gain of 20dB, calculate the peak-to-peak voltage swing at the output of the amplifier. (You can assume ideal 50ohm load to convert dBm to voltage swing)

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