dBi to dBd Calculator

This handy tool converts antenna gain from deciBel relative to an isotropic antenna (dBi) to deciBel relative to a dipole antenna (dBd). 🔄 dBd to dBi Formula Gain (dBd) = Gain (dBi) …

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dBd to dBi Calculator

This handy tool converts antenna gain from deciBel relative to a dipole (dBd) to deciBel relative to an isotropic antenna (dBi). Contents1 Calculator2 Formula3 Background3.1 dBi – what does it …

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Parallel Capacitor Calculator

This calculator determines the total effective capacitance of any number of capacitors in a parallel configuration. Enter the capacitance values separated by commas. Parallel Capacitance Formula Ctotal = C1 + …

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Series Capacitor Calculator

This tool calculates the total capacitance for any number of capacitors connected in series. Formula When capacitors are connected in series, the total or equivalent capacitance (Ctotal​) is less than …

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Capacitor For Power Supply Calculator

This tool calculates the cap value (Farad) for a power supply. The power supply is either a full-wave or half-wave rectifier. Calculator Enter Example Calculation For a full-wave rectifier, with …

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RC Time Constant Calculator

The RC time constant, represented as τ (tau), is a measure used in electrical engineering to quantify the time it takes for a capacitor, through a resistor, to charge to …

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dBm to Percentage Calculator

This tool converts dBm value to its percentage equivalent Your phone or tablet might report a RSSI or dBm level for the Wi-Fi network. Use that level in the tool …

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PCI Lane Calculator

Use this tool to calculate the transfer rate per lane in Megabytes per second or Gigabytes per second. Contents1 Calculator2 Example Calculation3 Background4 Wikipedia References5 Related Posts Calculator Enter The …

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Velocity Factor Calculator

This tool calculates the velocity factor from the relative permittivity. Calculator Enter the relative permittivity εr and the tool will provide the velocity factor Formula VF = 1/(√εr) where Example …

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