I'm trying to convert dBW into Watts, I can do it OK on the calculator, but I'm trying to do it in OO Calc. The formula is:26dBW/10 = 2.6 then the anti-log of 2.6 is 400I think the formula will probably be the same in Excel as well.I've just realised I've never had to do anti-logs in a spreadsheet before, so I haven't a clue, I bet its easy it always is :-)
=10^A1where A1 houses the number to be antilogged.
Blast! I knew it would be something easy. I use Excel nearly everyday and sometimes the simplest things fox me.Thanks once again, 398.11 Watts is close enough for me.
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