Use this tool to calculate Resistor values for a 10 dB Pi Attenuator circuit.
10 dB is the default attenuation value below and the characteristic impedance is 50 ohm. Both values can be changed.
R1 = Zo [10dB/20 + 1] / [10dB/20 – 1]
R2 = Zo/2 [10dB/10 – 1] / [10dB/20]
where R1 is the shunt resistor and R2 is the series resistor. To build this 10 dB attenuator you will need
- two 96.25 ohm shunt resistors – one at the input and the other at the output
- one 71.15 ohm series resistor