dB to Effective Bits Calculator

This tool calculates Effective Number of Bits (ENOB) in an Analog-to-digital converter (ADC). It uses the dB value of Signal Noise and Distortion (SINAD) and the formula: ENOBbits = (SINADdB …

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Frequency Aliasing Calculator

If a signal is sampled at a rate that is lower than the Nyquist rate, it will be aliased. Enter the sampling frequency and the input frequency. The calculator provides …

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Nyquist Frequency Calculator

The Nyquist frequency is one-half of the┬ásampling rate. It is measured in samples per second and specified in Hz/kHz/MHz/GHz which is equivalent to SPS/kSPS/MSPS/GSPS. Enter the sampling rate in the …

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Nyquist Rate Calculator

The Nyquist rate [1], is the sampling rate (measured in Hz/kHz/MHz/GHz) equal to twice the highest frequency of a given function or signal. This is the minimum sampling rate to avoid …

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What is the Arduino ADC Sampling Rate?

In this post we clarify the sampling rate numbers of the Arduino’s Analog-to-Digital converter. What is Sampling Rate? The sampling rate of an Analog-to-digital converter is the speed at which …

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Modulation Index Formula and Calculator

In this post we present modulation index formula and calculators for three different modulation formats: AM, FM and FSK. Amplitude Modulation Index Modulation index is a measure of the variation …

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QAM Symbol Rate and Bandwidth Calculator

This tool calculates both the symbol rate and bandwidth for a Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) signal. Inputs required: Background QAM is a popular modulation format that’s used in many modern …

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EVM to SNR Calculator

This tool converts from Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) to Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). In order to calculate SNR the following are required: Formula SNR = – [PAPR + 20 * Log10 …

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