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EMF Induced In Secondary Winding When Output Voltage Is Given
EMF Induced In The Secondary Winding=Voltage2+(Secondary Current *Impedance of Secondary winding) GO
Impedance Of Secondary Winding When Output Voltage Is Given
Impedance of Secondary winding=(EMF Induced In The Secondary Winding-Voltage2)/Secondary Current GO
Secondary Current When Output Voltage Is Given
Secondary Current =(EMF Induced In The Secondary Winding-Voltage2)/Impedance of Secondary winding GO
EMF Induced In Primary Winding When Input Voltage Is Given
EMF Induced In The Primary Winding=voltage1-(Primary Current *Impedance of primary winding) GO
Impedance Of Primary Winding When Input Voltage Is Given
Impedance of primary winding=(voltage1-EMF Induced In The Primary Winding)/Primary Current GO
Primary Current When Input Voltage Is Given
Primary Current =(voltage1-EMF Induced In The Primary Winding)/Impedance of primary winding GO
Voltage Transformation Ratio When Primary And Secondary Voltage Is Given
Voltage Transformation Ratio=Voltage2/voltage1 GO
Secondary Voltage When Voltage Transformation Ratio Is Given
Voltage2=voltage1*Voltage Transformation Ratio GO
Primary Voltage When Voltage Transformation Ratio Is Given
voltage1=Voltage2/Voltage Transformation Ratio GO

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Attenuation when power of 2 signals are given
Attenuation=10*(log10(power_2/power_1)) GO

Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given Formula

Attenuation=20*(log10(Voltage2/voltage1))
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What do you mean by attenuation?

Attenuation is used to measure the loss or gain of signal through the voltage of the two signals. It is measured in terms of decibels(dB). To compensate the loss of energy and the reduction of amplitude, we can use amplifier to increase the amplitude of the message signal.

How to Calculate Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given?

Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given calculator uses Attenuation=20*(log10(Voltage2/voltage1)) to calculate the Attenuation, Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given is the loss of energy due to conduction loss or multipath fading. Attenuation and is denoted by dB symbol.

How to calculate Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given, enter voltage1 (V1) and Voltage2 (V2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.0206 = 20*(log10(100/50)).

FAQ

What is Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given?
Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given is the loss of energy due to conduction loss or multipath fading and is represented as dB=20*(log10(V2/V1)) or Attenuation=20*(log10(Voltage2/voltage1)). voltage1 is the pressure from an electrical circuit's power source that pushes charged electrons (current) through a conducting loop, enabling them to do work such as illuminating a light. and Voltage2 is the pressure from an electrical circuit's power source that pushes charged electrons (current) through a conducting loop, enabling them to do work such as illuminating a light. .
How to calculate Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given?
Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given is the loss of energy due to conduction loss or multipath fading is calculated using Attenuation=20*(log10(Voltage2/voltage1)). To calculate Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given, you need voltage1 (V1) and Voltage2 (V2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for voltage1 and Voltage2 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Attenuation?
In this formula, Attenuation uses voltage1 and Voltage2. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Attenuation=10*(log10(power_2/power_1))
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