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EIRP Calculator

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A helpful tool for computing the Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) of an antenna

A 50-Ohm Cable?

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Early in my explorations of electricity, I came across a length of…

Link Budget Calculator

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A Link Budget puts into account all gains and losses a signal goes through in a system as it is transmitted. The calculator calculates the power of the received signal given amplifier and antenna gains, and medium loss.

Digital Communication

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Friis Transmission Calculator

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This calculator computes the power received by an antenna using Friis formula

Antenna Downtilt and Coverage Calculator

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This calculator will determine the correct antenna downtilt angle given the heights of the antennas and distance between them.

Radar Maximum Range Calculator

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This tool is designed to calculate the maximum distance (range) that a radar can detect

Design Project: Telegraph System

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What voltage will you choose to use for each of the station batteries?

Q Factor and Bandwidth of a Resonant Circuit

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The Q, or quality, factor of a resonant circuit is a measure of the…

Balanced Attenuator Calculator

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This balanced attenuator calculator helps you determine the resistor (R1) values for a balanced attenuator.

Bridged-Tee Attenuator Calculator

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This calculator helps you determine the values of the resistors R1 and R2 to be used for a bridged-tee attenuator.

Passive Filter Circuits

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In very simple, qualitative terms, rate the impedance of capacitors…

Boolean Algebra

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Series Circuit Rules

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Current Components in a series circuit share the same current: Itotal…

Noise Figure and Noise Temperature Calculator

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This calculator computes the noise figure and noise temperature in a system

Thermoelectricity

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PARTS AND MATERIALS Length of bare (uninsulated) copper wire Length of…

Historical, Nonmechanical Memory Technologies

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Perhaps the most ingenious technique was that of the delay line. A…

How to Use an Ammeter to Measure Current

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Parts and Materials   6-volt battery   6-volt incandescent…

Multiplexers and Demultiplexers

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Multiplexers

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A multiplexer, abbreviated mux, is a device that has multiple inputs…

Ohm’s Law Practice Worksheet With Answers

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Define the following terms: energy, work, and power.

Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)

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What is Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)? The principle known as…

Frequency and Phase Measurement

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An important electrical quantity with no equivalent in DC circuits is…

Calculating Power Factor

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As was mentioned before, the angle of this “power…

Design Project: Voltmeter

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The most important component of your voltmeter will be the…

Algebraic Equation Manipulation for Electric Circuits

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The electrical resistance of a conductor at any temperature may be…

Capacitor Transient Response

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Because capacitors store energy in the form of an electric field, they…

Rules for Antiderivatives

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Constant Rule     Rule of Sums     Rule of…

Three-phase Y and Delta Configurations

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Three-phase Wye(Y) Connection Initially, we explored the idea of…

Batteries

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If I wanted to build a battery-powered electric drill, would it be…

Performance-Based Assessments for Semiconductor Circuit Competencies

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DC Circuit Equations and Laws

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Power Equation of Ohm’s Law and Joule’s Law    …