## Scan Rate Calculator

This tool calculates the scan or sweep rate of a spectrum analyzer or radio receiver. It answers the question as to how much frequency (in kHz, MHz, GHz or THz) …

## Attenuation Calculator

Enter Select whether the above are voltage or power quantities. The tool will then calculate the attenuation in dB Formula Attenuation (dB) = 10*Log10(Pout/Pin) Attenuation (dB) = 10*Log10(Vout/Vin) Example Calculation …

## Amplitude Modulation AM Bandwidth Calculator

This tool calculates the bandwidth of an AM signal. Formula The modulating signal is given by the equation m(t) = Am cos(2π fm t) and the carrier signal be, c(t) …

## FM Bandwidth Calculator

This tool calculates the bandwidth of a Frequency Modulation (FM) signal. It also finds the modulation index. Formula According to Carson’s rule states approximately 98% of the power of a frequency-modulated …

## Duty Cycle Calculator (with Examples)

This tool calculates the duty cycle of a pulse. What is duty cycle? Pulse duty cycle is a fundamental concept in the field of electronics and plays an important role …

## Pulse Bandwidth Calculator

This tool calculates the bandwidth of a pulse from its duration Enter the time duration of the pulse and use the drop down menu to select the units (second, millisecond, …

## Vpp Differential to dBm Calculator

This tool converts the differential peak-to-peak voltage to a power level in dBm and watt. Enter Formula Vpp represents the difference between the min and max voltage of a single …

## Access Point Calculator

Use this tool to calculate the number of Wi-Fi access points required for a given area (specified in sq feet). It can be used to design a Wi-Fi network and …

## RF Splitter Calculator

An RF Splitter (also known as a power divider) is used to split the input signal into 2 or more equally powered signals. This tool calculates the total loss in …

## Volt to dBu Calculator

This tool converts RMS Voltage to dBu. In what follows we also provide an overview of what dBu and RMS voltage mean. 🔁 dBu to Volt Formula dBu = 20*Log10(VRMS/0.7746) …