Help with understanding Canada 3900 MHz rural EIRP for 3 GHz 450m

For 3900 MHz in Canada, the EIRP is listed as 37dBm/MHz.

What would this be for the actual EIRP on a 450m 3 GHz AP on a 20 MHz channel?

This is listed in the section 6 technical criteria on the decision here:

Hello Blargsoup,

The process to calculate the actual EIRP is to convert the 37dBm to a power level (happens to be 5 watts/MHz). Then multiply the 5 watts by the channel width (in this case 20 MHz) = 100 watts. Converted back to a logarithmic value, we get +50 dBm max allowed on 20 MHz channel.

Hope this helps,

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