## 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 …

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 …

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

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

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

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, …

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. ðŸ”„ Watt to …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …