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The decibel is a logarithmic unit used to express the ratio of two power levels or amplitudes. It is commonly used to measure sound levels or power in electronic systems. A decibel represents one tenth of a bel, with 0 dB representing a ratio of 1. Power gain in decibels is calculated as 10 times the log of the ratio between output and input power. A doubling of power equals a 3 dB gain. Total system gain is the sum of individual stage gains. Attenuation is expressed as a negative decibel value. Voltage and current gains can also be expressed in decibels by taking the log of the ratio of output to input levels.

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Electronics decibel

The decibel (dB) is a logarithmic unit used to express the ratio of two power levels or amplitudes. It is commonly used to measure sound levels and power in electronic systems. A decibel represents one tenth of a bel and can express power gain or attenuation. Power gain is calculated as 10 times the log of the ratio between output and input power. A 3dB gain doubles the power. Attenuation is expressed as a negative value and represents a reduction in power. Gain can also be expressed for voltage or current using 20 times the log of the output to input ratio. Multiple stage amplifiers have a total gain equal to the sum of the individual stage gains.

MODULE 1-INTRODUCTION TO LOGARITHM AND DECIBEL.pptx

This document provides an introduction to logarithms, decibels, and their applications. It defines logarithms and decibels, and explains that decibels are used to compare power ratios and signal gains/losses in electronics. Several decibel formulas are given for power, voltage, and current comparisons. Examples are provided to demonstrate calculating power gain in decibels and determining output voltage given a known attenuation in decibels.

chapter 1-part 2.pdf

Abstract: A communications system consisting of switching centers and their interconnecting media. (188). Part of
a communication system organized to temporarily associate functional units, transmission channels or
telecommunication circuits for the purpose of providing a desired telecommunication facility.
Note: Examples of NATO-owned switching system are IVSN and TARE. Switching centers receives the control
signals messages or conversation and forward to the required destination, after necessary modification (link
amplification) if necessary. A switching system is a collection of switching elements arranged and controlled in
such a way as to sleep a communication path between any two distant points. Technically, the design for telephone
switching center or equipment requirements in a telecommunication system are determined of the traffic intensity
is defined as the product of the celling rate and the average holding time. This paper reveals about the information
about the switching system and the research about that. Advantages and disadvantages of the switching system
which we are using. A telephone network is composed of a variety of all processing equipment, interstate switching
links and inters office trunks because of the random nature of the call request, the design of equipment switching
links and trunks are quite different . Thus, the traffic ana Switching is an engineering approach on computer networking. Telecommunication networks carry information signals
among entities which are geographically far apart. The entities are involved in the process of information transfer which
may be in the form of a telephone conversation (telephony) or a file transfer between two computers or message between
two terminals etc. Today it is almost turism to state that telecommunication system are the symbol of our informative
age. With the rapidly growing traffic and untargeted growth of cyberspace, telecommunication becomes a fabric of our
life. The future challenges are enormous as we anticipate rapid growth items of new services and no. of users. What
comes with the challenges is a genuine need for more advance methodology supporting analysis and design of
telecommunication architectures.
Switching systems are about how do we move traffic from one part of the network to another and to connect end system
to switches to each other and data arriving to an input port of a switch have to be moved to one or more of output ports.
The communication switching system enables the universal connectivity. The universal connectivity is realized when any
entity is one part of the world can communicate with any other entity is another part of the world. The telecommunication
links and switching were mainly designed for voice communication. With the appropriate attachments and equipments
they can be used to transmit data. Samue

Active Filter (Low Pass)

1. Low-pass filters allow low frequencies to pass through but attenuate frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency. They are implemented using a resistor and capacitor in conjunction with an op-amp amplifier.
2. A first-order low-pass filter has a single RC pair and rolls off at -20dB per decade above the cutoff frequency. Higher-order filters use multiple RC stages to achieve steeper roll-offs such as -40dB per decade for a second-order filter.
3. The cutoff frequency is the frequency at which the gain is 3dB below the maximum and is inversely proportional to the product of the resistor and capacitor values in each stage.

rffundamentalsseminarrecordingsection1v21588598809158.pdf

The document outlines an agenda for an RF fundamentals seminar, covering topics such as the electromagnetic spectrum, units of measurement, voltage, current, resistance, impedance, power, Fourier representation, Maxwell's equations, and electromagnetic wave propagation. It provides definitions and explanations of key RF concepts like frequency, spectrum views from different perspectives, units, logarithmic scales, impedance as a complex quantity, high frequency component models, and an overview of Maxwell's equations. Diagrams and examples are used throughout to illustrate RF principles.

Sarah

The document is an assignment on operational amplifiers submitted by Sarah Krystelle P. Cauan to her instructor Engr. Grace Ramones. It contains information on:
1) The basic characteristics and idealized parameters of operational amplifiers such as infinite open loop gain and bandwidth.
2) Common op-amp circuit configurations including the inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier, and transresistance amplifier.
3) Equations for calculating the closed-loop gain of inverting and non-inverting amplifiers.
4) Descriptions of how feedback controls the gain in each type of circuit.

Output power meter

This document describes an audio output power meter. The power meter can measure power from 0.1 mW to 50 W across fifteen impedance ranges from 4 to 10k ohms. It uses a current transformer and fifteen switch-selected resistors to indirectly measure the power dissipated in a load. The power meter provides a simple and accurate way to measure the power delivered by an audio frequency circuit such as an amplifier to different terminating loads.

Frequency Response.pptx

The document discusses transistor frequency response. It begins by explaining how capacitive elements affect frequency response at low and high frequencies. It then covers topics like natural logarithms, semi-log graphs, decibels, and how gain is expressed in decibels. General considerations for frequency response like cutoff frequencies are described. The effects of capacitors like CC, CE and CS on low frequency response are analyzed. Similar analyses are provided for low frequency response in BJT and FET amplifiers.

Electronics decibel

The decibel (dB) is a logarithmic unit used to express the ratio of two power levels or amplitudes. It is commonly used to measure sound levels and power in electronic systems. A decibel represents one tenth of a bel and can express power gain or attenuation. Power gain is calculated as 10 times the log of the ratio between output and input power. A 3dB gain doubles the power. Attenuation is expressed as a negative value and represents a reduction in power. Gain can also be expressed for voltage or current using 20 times the log of the output to input ratio. Multiple stage amplifiers have a total gain equal to the sum of the individual stage gains.

MODULE 1-INTRODUCTION TO LOGARITHM AND DECIBEL.pptx

This document provides an introduction to logarithms, decibels, and their applications. It defines logarithms and decibels, and explains that decibels are used to compare power ratios and signal gains/losses in electronics. Several decibel formulas are given for power, voltage, and current comparisons. Examples are provided to demonstrate calculating power gain in decibels and determining output voltage given a known attenuation in decibels.

chapter 1-part 2.pdf

Abstract: A communications system consisting of switching centers and their interconnecting media. (188). Part of
a communication system organized to temporarily associate functional units, transmission channels or
telecommunication circuits for the purpose of providing a desired telecommunication facility.
Note: Examples of NATO-owned switching system are IVSN and TARE. Switching centers receives the control
signals messages or conversation and forward to the required destination, after necessary modification (link
amplification) if necessary. A switching system is a collection of switching elements arranged and controlled in
such a way as to sleep a communication path between any two distant points. Technically, the design for telephone
switching center or equipment requirements in a telecommunication system are determined of the traffic intensity
is defined as the product of the celling rate and the average holding time. This paper reveals about the information
about the switching system and the research about that. Advantages and disadvantages of the switching system
which we are using. A telephone network is composed of a variety of all processing equipment, interstate switching
links and inters office trunks because of the random nature of the call request, the design of equipment switching
links and trunks are quite different . Thus, the traffic ana Switching is an engineering approach on computer networking. Telecommunication networks carry information signals
among entities which are geographically far apart. The entities are involved in the process of information transfer which
may be in the form of a telephone conversation (telephony) or a file transfer between two computers or message between
two terminals etc. Today it is almost turism to state that telecommunication system are the symbol of our informative
age. With the rapidly growing traffic and untargeted growth of cyberspace, telecommunication becomes a fabric of our
life. The future challenges are enormous as we anticipate rapid growth items of new services and no. of users. What
comes with the challenges is a genuine need for more advance methodology supporting analysis and design of
telecommunication architectures.
Switching systems are about how do we move traffic from one part of the network to another and to connect end system
to switches to each other and data arriving to an input port of a switch have to be moved to one or more of output ports.
The communication switching system enables the universal connectivity. The universal connectivity is realized when any
entity is one part of the world can communicate with any other entity is another part of the world. The telecommunication
links and switching were mainly designed for voice communication. With the appropriate attachments and equipments
they can be used to transmit data. Samue

Active Filter (Low Pass)

1. Low-pass filters allow low frequencies to pass through but attenuate frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency. They are implemented using a resistor and capacitor in conjunction with an op-amp amplifier.
2. A first-order low-pass filter has a single RC pair and rolls off at -20dB per decade above the cutoff frequency. Higher-order filters use multiple RC stages to achieve steeper roll-offs such as -40dB per decade for a second-order filter.
3. The cutoff frequency is the frequency at which the gain is 3dB below the maximum and is inversely proportional to the product of the resistor and capacitor values in each stage.

rffundamentalsseminarrecordingsection1v21588598809158.pdf

The document outlines an agenda for an RF fundamentals seminar, covering topics such as the electromagnetic spectrum, units of measurement, voltage, current, resistance, impedance, power, Fourier representation, Maxwell's equations, and electromagnetic wave propagation. It provides definitions and explanations of key RF concepts like frequency, spectrum views from different perspectives, units, logarithmic scales, impedance as a complex quantity, high frequency component models, and an overview of Maxwell's equations. Diagrams and examples are used throughout to illustrate RF principles.

Sarah

The document is an assignment on operational amplifiers submitted by Sarah Krystelle P. Cauan to her instructor Engr. Grace Ramones. It contains information on:
1) The basic characteristics and idealized parameters of operational amplifiers such as infinite open loop gain and bandwidth.
2) Common op-amp circuit configurations including the inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier, and transresistance amplifier.
3) Equations for calculating the closed-loop gain of inverting and non-inverting amplifiers.
4) Descriptions of how feedback controls the gain in each type of circuit.

Output power meter

This document describes an audio output power meter. The power meter can measure power from 0.1 mW to 50 W across fifteen impedance ranges from 4 to 10k ohms. It uses a current transformer and fifteen switch-selected resistors to indirectly measure the power dissipated in a load. The power meter provides a simple and accurate way to measure the power delivered by an audio frequency circuit such as an amplifier to different terminating loads.

Frequency Response.pptx

The document discusses transistor frequency response. It begins by explaining how capacitive elements affect frequency response at low and high frequencies. It then covers topics like natural logarithms, semi-log graphs, decibels, and how gain is expressed in decibels. General considerations for frequency response like cutoff frequencies are described. The effects of capacitors like CC, CE and CS on low frequency response are analyzed. Similar analyses are provided for low frequency response in BJT and FET amplifiers.

Powering Noise Sensitive Systems - VE2013

When it comes to high performance signal chains, you need high performance power solutions. Noise sensitive
circuits such as analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), amplifiers, and phase
lock loops (PLLs)—as well as FPGAs—demand low noise power supplies that require specialized design
techniques. Engineers spend hours trying to figure out how to power these circuits without adding noise.
This presentation will focus on understanding various methods for not only approaching but meeting system
requirements. The session will introduce tested solutions and layout considerations that must be taken into
account when designing with switching regulators and low drop out (LDO) regulators.

Satellite communication lecture6

This document discusses key concepts in satellite communication links, including:
1) The inverse square law describes how power density decreases with distance from the transmitter.
2) The basic link equation relates received power to transmitted power, gains, and path loss.
3) Thermal noise is a major source of noise in satellite links and is quantified by noise temperature.
4) Carrier-to-noise ratio (C/N) is the most important performance parameter, relating transmitted power and losses to noise power at the receiver.

Ee321 lab expt 7_negative_feedback_in_ amplifiers

This document describes an experiment on negative feedback amplifiers using BJT transistors. The objectives are to study the influence of negative feedback, examine feedback amplifier properties experimentally, and determine input/output impedance, gain, and bandwidth with and without feedback. The procedures measure these characteristics for common feedback configurations - voltage series, current series, current shunt, and voltage shunt. Input/output impedance is measured by varying a test resistance until output amplitude is halved. Gain is calculated from input and output voltages. Bandwidth is found by varying frequency until output amplitude is 0.707 times maximum. The gain-bandwidth product is also calculated.

computer-science_engineering_analog-digital-electronics_classification-of-amp...

This document provides an introduction to signal amplifiers. It discusses different types of amplifiers including operational amplifiers, small signal amplifiers, and power amplifiers. It describes the key properties of amplifiers including input resistance, output resistance, and gain. It also discusses amplifier gain in terms of voltage gain, current gain, and power gain. Different classes of amplifier operation are covered, including classes A, B, AB, and their characteristics. Biasing techniques and their role in establishing the operating point of amplifiers is also explained.

Filter dengan-op-amp

The document discusses different types of filters and their frequency responses. It describes that filters can be either analog and process continuous signals, or digital and process discrete signals. There are four main types of filters: lowpass, highpass, bandstop, and bandpass. The frequency response of these filters can be modeled using concepts like poles, zeros, break/corner frequencies, and Bode plots. Bode plots use logarithmic scales to show how the magnitude and phase of a filter's transfer function change over frequency.

audio amplifier - Hamdard University

This document is a project report on designing an audio amplifier. It discusses the objective of understanding how amplifiers work and their purpose of increasing low power audio signals to suitable levels for speakers. It describes what an amplifier is and why they are needed to boost signal power using an external energy source. It also outlines best practices for laying out amplifier circuits, including using a ground plane, proper decoupling and EMC component placement to minimize interference and optimize performance.

Filters and resonance

This document discusses simple RC filters and how they work to filter different frequencies. A basic RC filter circuit uses one resistor and one capacitor. At low frequencies, the capacitor acts like an open circuit and more voltage passes through. As frequency increases, the capacitor's reactance decreases and it blocks more voltage. The output voltage of an RC filter depends on the input voltage, capacitive reactance, and total impedance. A graph shows the frequency response curve of an RC filter, with output decreasing as frequency increases above the corner frequency, where resistive and reactive components are equal.

Exp1 (passive filter) agdon

This document outlines objectives and procedures for analyzing low-pass and high-pass filters. It includes plotting gain and phase responses, determining cutoff frequencies, and observing how component values affect cutoff frequency. Key points are:
- Low-pass filters pass low frequencies and reject high frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade above cutoff.
- High-pass filters pass high frequencies and reject low frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade below cutoff.
- Cutoff frequency is where output drops 3dB and is calculated from component values.
- Phase shifts from 0 to -90 degrees for low-pass, and 0 to 90 degrees for high-pass, being 45 degrees at cutoff.

Exp passive filter (2)

This document outlines objectives and procedures for analyzing low-pass and high-pass filters. It includes plotting gain and phase responses, determining cutoff frequencies, and examining how component values affect cutoff frequency. Key points are:
- Low-pass filters pass low frequencies and reject high frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade above the cutoff frequency.
- High-pass filters pass high frequencies and reject low frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade below the cutoff frequency.
- Cutoff frequency is where the output drops to 70.7% of the maximum and is determined by component values based on formulas.

orca_share_media1489816591592333333333.pptx

A single stage transistor amplifier uses one transistor to amplify a weak signal. It works by taking a small alternating current (AC) base current and producing a larger collector current that is proportional to the base current. This larger current passes through a resistor, producing an amplified output voltage. A multistage transistor amplifier contains multiple amplification stages coupled together with capacitors. Capacitors block direct current between stages while allowing the AC signal to pass, achieving additional amplification. Key terms include gain, frequency response, decibel gain, and bandwidth, which describe how well an amplifier performs over different frequencies.

LIGHT ACTIVATED ALARM

This document describes the components and operation of a light activated alarm circuit. The circuit uses a light dependent resistor (LDR) that changes resistance based on light intensity through the photoelectric effect. When light hits the LDR, the resistance decreases allowing current to flow through the circuit and trigger an 8 ohm speaker to make a sound. The circuit also includes resistors, capacitors, transistors, an LED, and a switch to allow the alarm to function when light is detected.

Link[1]

This document discusses link budget calculations and decibel (dB) measurements used in wireless communications. It provides examples of converting between milliwatts and dBm and how gains and losses in dB are additive. It also defines key terms like intentional radiator, which refers to the RF device and cabling before the antenna, and EIRP, which is the equivalent isotropically radiated power from the antenna and accounts for antenna gain. Regulations from the FCC restricting maximum EIRP are discussed for different types of wireless links.

Instrumentation Lab. Experiment #3 Report: Operational Amplifiers

This file contains a report for the 3rd experiment in the Lab "Instrumentation and Dynamic Systems" taken by mechanical engineering students.

dBm : a mathematical interpretation

dBm is a unit used to measure electrical power that is referenced to 1 milliwatt. The document defines dBm and provides formulas for converting between dBm, milliwatts, watts, and dBW. It also includes an example conversion calculation for each type of unit and ends with a conversion table listing common power levels in dBm, dBW, watts, and milliwatts.

L08 power amplifier (class a)

This document discusses power amplifiers and class A amplifiers. It describes how class A amplifiers have low efficiency since the collector current is always nonzero, even with no input signal. It then discusses transformer-coupled class A amplifiers, how they use a transformer to couple the output to the load, providing DC isolation. This increases their efficiency over standard RC-coupled class A amplifiers.

Instrumentation & Measurement: Noise and Its Types

Noise refers to any undesired electrical signal present in addition to the intended signal. There are two main types of noise: man-made noise from sources like machines and natural noise from components and the atmosphere. White noise contains thermal and shot noise, while pink noise contains flicker and burst noise. The thermal noise RMS voltage and shot noise RMS current can be calculated using formulas involving temperature, resistance, bandwidth, and other factors. Signal to noise ratio and noise figure are key metrics used to represent noise in signals and systems.

dB1.ppt

- The document discusses decibel conversions and gain calculations for electronic systems.
- Decibels can represent either power gain or voltage gain, with the decibel value of voltage gain being 20log(A) and power gain being 10log(G).
- The overall decibel gain of a system is calculated by summing the individual stage gains expressed in decibels.

High Speed Amplifiers Part 1

This training module introduces the basic knowledge of high speed operational amplifiers and some characteristics

Op amp applications cw nonlinear applications

This document discusses various linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers (op-amps). It describes linear applications such as adders, subtractors, integrators, differentiators and filters. It also covers non-linear applications including comparators, precision rectifiers, waveform generators and instrumentation amplifiers. Design principles and circuit diagrams are provided for different op-amp circuits along with example problems and solutions.

Ajal op amp

Understand the “magic” of negative feedback and the characteristics of ideal op amps.
Understand the conditions for non-ideal op amp behavior so they can be avoided in circuit design.
Demonstrate circuit analysis techniques for ideal op amps.
Characterize inverting, non-inverting, summing and instrumentation amplifiers, voltage follower and first order filters.
Learn the factors involved in circuit design using op amps.
Find the gain characteristics of cascaded amplifiers.
Special Applications: The inverted ladder DAC and successive approximation ADC

Uniform and exponential distribution ppt

Engineering

mas-150813232504-lva1-app6892.pdf

This document discusses various topics in engineering including electrical engineering, electronics, mechanical/civil engineering, sports and exercise engineering, energy systems engineering, and engineering applications. It provides examples of using different engineering disciplines like modeling traffic volumes, designing airplane landing gear, and developing sun-tracking mirrors for solar power plants.

Powering Noise Sensitive Systems - VE2013

When it comes to high performance signal chains, you need high performance power solutions. Noise sensitive
circuits such as analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), amplifiers, and phase
lock loops (PLLs)—as well as FPGAs—demand low noise power supplies that require specialized design
techniques. Engineers spend hours trying to figure out how to power these circuits without adding noise.
This presentation will focus on understanding various methods for not only approaching but meeting system
requirements. The session will introduce tested solutions and layout considerations that must be taken into
account when designing with switching regulators and low drop out (LDO) regulators.

Satellite communication lecture6

This document discusses key concepts in satellite communication links, including:
1) The inverse square law describes how power density decreases with distance from the transmitter.
2) The basic link equation relates received power to transmitted power, gains, and path loss.
3) Thermal noise is a major source of noise in satellite links and is quantified by noise temperature.
4) Carrier-to-noise ratio (C/N) is the most important performance parameter, relating transmitted power and losses to noise power at the receiver.

Ee321 lab expt 7_negative_feedback_in_ amplifiers

This document describes an experiment on negative feedback amplifiers using BJT transistors. The objectives are to study the influence of negative feedback, examine feedback amplifier properties experimentally, and determine input/output impedance, gain, and bandwidth with and without feedback. The procedures measure these characteristics for common feedback configurations - voltage series, current series, current shunt, and voltage shunt. Input/output impedance is measured by varying a test resistance until output amplitude is halved. Gain is calculated from input and output voltages. Bandwidth is found by varying frequency until output amplitude is 0.707 times maximum. The gain-bandwidth product is also calculated.

computer-science_engineering_analog-digital-electronics_classification-of-amp...

This document provides an introduction to signal amplifiers. It discusses different types of amplifiers including operational amplifiers, small signal amplifiers, and power amplifiers. It describes the key properties of amplifiers including input resistance, output resistance, and gain. It also discusses amplifier gain in terms of voltage gain, current gain, and power gain. Different classes of amplifier operation are covered, including classes A, B, AB, and their characteristics. Biasing techniques and their role in establishing the operating point of amplifiers is also explained.

Filter dengan-op-amp

The document discusses different types of filters and their frequency responses. It describes that filters can be either analog and process continuous signals, or digital and process discrete signals. There are four main types of filters: lowpass, highpass, bandstop, and bandpass. The frequency response of these filters can be modeled using concepts like poles, zeros, break/corner frequencies, and Bode plots. Bode plots use logarithmic scales to show how the magnitude and phase of a filter's transfer function change over frequency.

audio amplifier - Hamdard University

This document is a project report on designing an audio amplifier. It discusses the objective of understanding how amplifiers work and their purpose of increasing low power audio signals to suitable levels for speakers. It describes what an amplifier is and why they are needed to boost signal power using an external energy source. It also outlines best practices for laying out amplifier circuits, including using a ground plane, proper decoupling and EMC component placement to minimize interference and optimize performance.

Filters and resonance

This document discusses simple RC filters and how they work to filter different frequencies. A basic RC filter circuit uses one resistor and one capacitor. At low frequencies, the capacitor acts like an open circuit and more voltage passes through. As frequency increases, the capacitor's reactance decreases and it blocks more voltage. The output voltage of an RC filter depends on the input voltage, capacitive reactance, and total impedance. A graph shows the frequency response curve of an RC filter, with output decreasing as frequency increases above the corner frequency, where resistive and reactive components are equal.

Exp1 (passive filter) agdon

This document outlines objectives and procedures for analyzing low-pass and high-pass filters. It includes plotting gain and phase responses, determining cutoff frequencies, and observing how component values affect cutoff frequency. Key points are:
- Low-pass filters pass low frequencies and reject high frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade above cutoff.
- High-pass filters pass high frequencies and reject low frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade below cutoff.
- Cutoff frequency is where output drops 3dB and is calculated from component values.
- Phase shifts from 0 to -90 degrees for low-pass, and 0 to 90 degrees for high-pass, being 45 degrees at cutoff.

Exp passive filter (2)

This document outlines objectives and procedures for analyzing low-pass and high-pass filters. It includes plotting gain and phase responses, determining cutoff frequencies, and examining how component values affect cutoff frequency. Key points are:
- Low-pass filters pass low frequencies and reject high frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade above the cutoff frequency.
- High-pass filters pass high frequencies and reject low frequencies, with output dropping 20dB/decade below the cutoff frequency.
- Cutoff frequency is where the output drops to 70.7% of the maximum and is determined by component values based on formulas.

orca_share_media1489816591592333333333.pptx

A single stage transistor amplifier uses one transistor to amplify a weak signal. It works by taking a small alternating current (AC) base current and producing a larger collector current that is proportional to the base current. This larger current passes through a resistor, producing an amplified output voltage. A multistage transistor amplifier contains multiple amplification stages coupled together with capacitors. Capacitors block direct current between stages while allowing the AC signal to pass, achieving additional amplification. Key terms include gain, frequency response, decibel gain, and bandwidth, which describe how well an amplifier performs over different frequencies.

LIGHT ACTIVATED ALARM

This document describes the components and operation of a light activated alarm circuit. The circuit uses a light dependent resistor (LDR) that changes resistance based on light intensity through the photoelectric effect. When light hits the LDR, the resistance decreases allowing current to flow through the circuit and trigger an 8 ohm speaker to make a sound. The circuit also includes resistors, capacitors, transistors, an LED, and a switch to allow the alarm to function when light is detected.

Link[1]

This document discusses link budget calculations and decibel (dB) measurements used in wireless communications. It provides examples of converting between milliwatts and dBm and how gains and losses in dB are additive. It also defines key terms like intentional radiator, which refers to the RF device and cabling before the antenna, and EIRP, which is the equivalent isotropically radiated power from the antenna and accounts for antenna gain. Regulations from the FCC restricting maximum EIRP are discussed for different types of wireless links.

Instrumentation Lab. Experiment #3 Report: Operational Amplifiers

This file contains a report for the 3rd experiment in the Lab "Instrumentation and Dynamic Systems" taken by mechanical engineering students.

dBm : a mathematical interpretation

dBm is a unit used to measure electrical power that is referenced to 1 milliwatt. The document defines dBm and provides formulas for converting between dBm, milliwatts, watts, and dBW. It also includes an example conversion calculation for each type of unit and ends with a conversion table listing common power levels in dBm, dBW, watts, and milliwatts.

L08 power amplifier (class a)

This document discusses power amplifiers and class A amplifiers. It describes how class A amplifiers have low efficiency since the collector current is always nonzero, even with no input signal. It then discusses transformer-coupled class A amplifiers, how they use a transformer to couple the output to the load, providing DC isolation. This increases their efficiency over standard RC-coupled class A amplifiers.

Instrumentation & Measurement: Noise and Its Types

Noise refers to any undesired electrical signal present in addition to the intended signal. There are two main types of noise: man-made noise from sources like machines and natural noise from components and the atmosphere. White noise contains thermal and shot noise, while pink noise contains flicker and burst noise. The thermal noise RMS voltage and shot noise RMS current can be calculated using formulas involving temperature, resistance, bandwidth, and other factors. Signal to noise ratio and noise figure are key metrics used to represent noise in signals and systems.

dB1.ppt

- The document discusses decibel conversions and gain calculations for electronic systems.
- Decibels can represent either power gain or voltage gain, with the decibel value of voltage gain being 20log(A) and power gain being 10log(G).
- The overall decibel gain of a system is calculated by summing the individual stage gains expressed in decibels.

High Speed Amplifiers Part 1

This training module introduces the basic knowledge of high speed operational amplifiers and some characteristics

Op amp applications cw nonlinear applications

This document discusses various linear and non-linear applications of operational amplifiers (op-amps). It describes linear applications such as adders, subtractors, integrators, differentiators and filters. It also covers non-linear applications including comparators, precision rectifiers, waveform generators and instrumentation amplifiers. Design principles and circuit diagrams are provided for different op-amp circuits along with example problems and solutions.

Ajal op amp

Understand the “magic” of negative feedback and the characteristics of ideal op amps.
Understand the conditions for non-ideal op amp behavior so they can be avoided in circuit design.
Demonstrate circuit analysis techniques for ideal op amps.
Characterize inverting, non-inverting, summing and instrumentation amplifiers, voltage follower and first order filters.
Learn the factors involved in circuit design using op amps.
Find the gain characteristics of cascaded amplifiers.
Special Applications: The inverted ladder DAC and successive approximation ADC

Powering Noise Sensitive Systems - VE2013

Powering Noise Sensitive Systems - VE2013

Satellite communication lecture6

Satellite communication lecture6

Ee321 lab expt 7_negative_feedback_in_ amplifiers

Ee321 lab expt 7_negative_feedback_in_ amplifiers

computer-science_engineering_analog-digital-electronics_classification-of-amp...

computer-science_engineering_analog-digital-electronics_classification-of-amp...

Filter dengan-op-amp

Filter dengan-op-amp

audio amplifier - Hamdard University

audio amplifier - Hamdard University

Filters and resonance

Filters and resonance

Exp1 (passive filter) agdon

Exp1 (passive filter) agdon

Exp passive filter (2)

Exp passive filter (2)

orca_share_media1489816591592333333333.pptx

orca_share_media1489816591592333333333.pptx

LIGHT ACTIVATED ALARM

LIGHT ACTIVATED ALARM

Link[1]

Link[1]

Instrumentation Lab. Experiment #3 Report: Operational Amplifiers

Instrumentation Lab. Experiment #3 Report: Operational Amplifiers

dBm : a mathematical interpretation

dBm : a mathematical interpretation

L08 power amplifier (class a)

L08 power amplifier (class a)

Instrumentation & Measurement: Noise and Its Types

Instrumentation & Measurement: Noise and Its Types

dB1.ppt

dB1.ppt

High Speed Amplifiers Part 1

High Speed Amplifiers Part 1

Op amp applications cw nonlinear applications

Op amp applications cw nonlinear applications

Ajal op amp

Ajal op amp

Uniform and exponential distribution ppt

Engineering

mas-150813232504-lva1-app6892.pdf

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evs ppt (2).pptx

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- 1. THE DECIBEL-dB THE DECIBEL IS A LOGARITHMIC UNIT OF MEASUREMENT THAT EXPRESSES THE MAGNITUDE OF POWER OR AMPLITUDE RELATIVE TO A SPECIFIED REFERENCE LEVEL AND IS COMMONLY USED IN THE MEASUREMENT OF SOUND OR POWER WHEN INVESTIGATING ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS. A DECIBEL IS ONE TENTH OF A BEL, A SELDOM-USED UNIT.
- 2. DECIBEL-POWER GAIN THE POWER GAIN (Ap) OF AN AMPLIFIER IS THE LOGARITHMIC RATIO BETWEEN INPUT POWER(Pi) AND OUTPUT POWER (Po) Ap=10 log 𝑷𝒐 𝑷𝒊 𝒅𝑩
- 3. Decibel – Power Gain Ap= 𝑷𝒐 𝑷𝒊 = 𝟐𝟎𝟎 𝟏𝟎𝟎 = 𝟐 Ap= 10 log 𝐥𝐨𝐠𝟏𝟎 𝟐𝟎𝟎 𝟏𝟎𝟎 =3dB A 3dB GAIN IS A DOUBLING OF POWER
- 4. Power gain gain Gain(dB) 1 0 10 10 100 20 1000 30 10000 40 100000 50
- 5. MULIT-STAGE POWER GAIN SYSTEM GAIN(Ap) IS THE SUM OF THE INDIVIDUAL STAGE GAINS Ap= Ap1+ Ap2 =10+100= 110dB
- 6. DECIBLE(Db) A1=10^4 : A2=10^5 = A1X A2 => 10^9 It can be easily written as: 10log10( 10^4) 10log10 10^5 =40dB =50dB 40+50=90dB
- 7. DECIBEL-ATTENUATION IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE TO EXPRESS A REDUCTION OF POWER IN DECIBELS- THIS IS KNOWN AS ATTENUATION AND THE RESULT TAKES A NEGATIVE SIGN INDICATING A REDUCTION. Ap =10𝐥𝐨𝐠𝟏𝟎 𝟎.𝟎𝟎𝟏 𝟎.𝟏𝟎 = −𝟐𝟎𝒅𝑩 A REDUCTION OF ONE HUNDRED TIMES IS EXPRESSED AS -20dB
- 8. DECIBEL-AMPLITUDE GAIN IT IS ALSO COMMON TO EXPRESS THE RATIO OF VOLTAGE OR CURRENT IN DECIBELS Ap =20log10 𝑉𝑜 𝑉𝑖 𝑑𝐵 THE OUTPUT RESISTANCE (Ro) MUST BE EQUAL TO THE INPUT RESISTANCE (Ri), i.e.., the condition for maximum power transfer
- 9. DECIBEL – AMPLITUDE GAIN 𝑽𝒐 𝑽𝒊 = 𝟐𝟎𝟎 𝟐𝟎 = 𝟏𝟎 Av =20𝐥𝐨𝐠𝟏𝟎 𝟐𝟎𝟎 𝟐𝟎 = 𝟐𝟎𝒅𝑩 A VOLTAGE GAIN OF TEN TIMES IS EQUAL TO +20dB
- 10. VOLTAGE GAIN VOLTAGE GAIN GAIN(dB) 0.01 -40 0.1 -20 0.5 -6 1 0 2 6 10 20 100 40
- 11. Db Ratios dBm is an abbreviation for the power ratio in decibels (dB) of the measured power referenced to one milliwatt (mW). It is used in radio, microwave and fibre optic networks as a convenient measure of absolute. dBW is referenced to one watt (1000 mW)and is an absolute unit,used when measuring absolute power. In audio is typically referenced relative to a 600 ohm impedance , while in ratio frequency work dBm is typically referenced relative to a 50 ohm impedance RELATION: PdBw =>P dBm x=> (x+30)dBm
- 12. Decibel scale: