## 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). ðŸ”„ dBd to dBi Formula Gain (dBd) = Gain (dBi) …

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

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 …

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 + …

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 (Ctotalâ€‹) is less than …

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 …

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

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 …

The velocity factor of a transmission line is related to its inductance and capacitance per unit length. This relationship is not as direct as the one with the dielectric constant …

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 …

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