## Rise Time to Bandwidth Calculator (with examples)

In this post we compute the bandwidth requirements for a scope considering the rise time of the waveform it is to measure. Enter the rise time in the calculator below …

## dBm to dBu Calculator

This tool converts from dBm to dBu. 🔄 dBu to dBm Formula dBu = dBm – 27.78 + 10*Log10(Z) where Z is the impedance If the power is specified in …

## dBu to dBm Calculator

This tool converts from dBu to dBm. 🔄 dBm to dBu Formula dBm = dBu + 27.78 – 10*Log10(Z) where Z is the impedance in Ω Example Calculations A value …

## nV/SQRT Hz to dBm/Hz Calculator

Use this tool to convert nanovolt-per-root Hz (nV/√(Hz)) to dBm per Hz (dBm/Hz) Enter the value and use the drop down menu to select one of the following units: 🔄 …

## Square Wave Frequency Calculator

This tool calculates the frequency of a square wave from its period Enter the value of the period and use the drop down menu to select the units: second, millisecond, …

## dBW to Watt Calculator

Use this tool to convert from dBW (dB Watt) to W (Watt). Both are units of power. The difference being dBW is logarithmic and Watt is Linear. 🔄 Watt to …

## Watt to dBW Calculator

This calculator can be used to convert Watt to dBW or dBWatt. Enter the linear power value. Use the drop down menu to select the units: Watt, Milliwatt, Microwatt or …

## Percentage Overshoot Calculator

Overshoot refers to the output of a control system exceeding its final, steady-state value. In this post we present two ways to calculate the Percentage Overshoot. From From Max and …

## RMS Voltage Calculator

This post features a series of calculators to find the Root-mean-square (RMS) voltage of different waveforms. VRMS can be used to compute the power in Watt or dBm. How to …

## dBm Average Power Calculator

This tool calculates the average of any number of signals with power values for each signal expressed in dBm. Background dBm stands for deciBel referenced to one milliwatt. It’s a …