What is PEAK ENVELOPE POWER? What does PEAK ENVELOPE POWER mean? PEAK ENVELOPE POWER meaning
Peak Envelope Power
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Peak envelope power (PEP) is the highest envelope power supplied to the antenna transmission line by a transmitter during any full undistorted RF cycle or series of complete radio frequency cycles. PEP is normally considered the occasional or continuously repeating crest of the modulation envelope under normal operating conditions. The United States Federal Communications Commission uses PEP to set maximum power standards for amateur radio transmitters.
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