In physics and engineering, surface power density or sometimes simply specific power is power per unit area.
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... the far-field magnetic component H, and power density are related by the equations E = H × 377 and Pd = E × H ... Pd = H2 × 377 and Pd = E2 ÷ 377 where Pd is the power density in watts per square meter (one W/m2 is equal to 0.1 mW/cm2), H2 = the square of the value of the magnetic field ...
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