So what is a
Decibel(dB)?
 Deci = 1/10 or 10 to the power of 1. (Remember Logarithms
anyone?)
 Bel is a measurement unit of electrical, thermal or mechanical
power and was named in honor or Dr. Alexander Graham Bell.
 A Decibel therefore equates to 1/10 of a Bel.
 Generally, it's employed much in the same way that Political Pollsters
play with sampling error rates of plus or minus X percentage
points. In other words  there are acceptable dB gain or loss
levels. If the readings or samples are found to be inside or outside of
the acceptable spread, then:
"Houston, we have a problem."
Using the formulas  the Translator will return dB
(Gain/Loss/Ratios).
Units refer to:
 Watts
 Amps
 Voltage
 or any unit that relates to energy.
Format:
 Standard Unit: X Units (10 Watts or 10 Volts for example.)
 Mega:(M) 1,000,000.
 Kilo:(k) 1,000.
 Milli:(m) .001
 Micro:(μ) .000,001
Note:
 The Noise Voltage is the measurement without traffic or
conversation (On hook).
 The Signal Voltage includes the Noise Level along with
traffic or conversation (Off hook).
