Besides attempts to limit energy consumption in wireless (access) networks [10,14], the concerns about a possible harmful impact of human exposure to RF sources have led to a situation where network planners (out of necessity) have to take the field strength
of the incident waves into account.
Enhancements include a 20 percent increase in field strength
or improved contaminant detection, as well as the first integration of its EnviroScan software and patented AutoBalance technology in a variable frequency system.
The 34 conversions possible are: time, mass, area, volume, temperature, length, angle, angular velocity, angular acceleration, velocity, acceleration, density, force, power, energy, pressure, torque, electric capacitance, electric charge, electric current, electric inductance, electric field strength
, electric potential, electric resistance, electric conductance, magnetic flux, magnetic field strength
, luminance, luminous intensity, viscosity dynamic, viscosity kinetic, thermal conductivity, thermal heat capacity, and volume flow.