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New RF Calculators and Conversion Tools

Pasternack Enterprises Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave, and millimeter wave products, has created and published a new set of RF calculators and conversion tools to assist engineers with answering complex RF-related product and design questions that arise on a daily basis.

A total of 27 RF calculators were developed to provide the users and buyers of RF components an easy-to-use resource while in the planning or designing phases of their projects. The new RF calculators and converters include link budget, coax impedance, RF power conversion (such as dBm to Watts), attenuation, frequency, wavelength, VSWR/return loss, torque, noise, Free Space Path Loss (FSPL), unit conversion, microstrip, and many others. Each calculator page includes a diagram or illustrated depiction of what the calculator is used for, as well as the mathematical formula for the chosen calculator.

In each of the product-oriented calculators, where applicable, the user plugs in the variables for their desired calculation and based on the result, the calculator will produce a “Find Related Products” button that directs the user to Pasternack products that meet his/her specific criteria. This feature allows engineers and buyers to both research and purchase as needed from one location, preventing the hassle of going between numerous sites.

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