Guess I'm still confused. I'm in RF mode/watts. Screen shows 100pW signal - 640 MHz 4nW/cm2 (current window) 427nW/cm2 (next window) 490nW/cm2 (peak) If nW/cm2 represents power per unit area (power density) then what does the 4nW/cm2 reading in the current window mean? Why is the window labeled "current" if the other readings are also current? Thanks for your help.
Does this mean that the 4nw reading only applies to the 640Mhz signal and the 427nW reading applies to all currently received signals? Just trying to understand the difference between the two power density readings. Thanks.