Each capacitor has the same voltage drop.

The charge is proportional to the applied voltage.

The energy is stored as an electric field.

The impedance is equal to the resistance.

The total capacitance is greater than either of the individual capacitances.

In digital electronics, the fan-out of a logic gate output is the number of gate inputs it can drive.

In most designs, logic gates are connected to form more complex circuits. While no logic gate input can be fed by more than one output, it is common for one output to be connected to several inputs. The technology used to implement logic gates usually allows a certain number of gate inputs to be wired directly together without additional interfacing circuitry. The maximum fan-out of an output measures its load-driving capability: it is the greatest number of inputs of gates of the same type to which the output can be safely connected.

changing the voltage of an alternating-current signal.

The impedance increases with frequency.

Metal-oxide-semiconductor-field-effect-tristor.

when current is flowing through the inductor.

The application of electric voltage to a P-N junction is known as Bias.

Load line is used in the graphical analysis of non-linear circuits.

The same amount of current flows through each resistor.

The collector-emitter current with no input.

A short circuit has very little resistance.

Two bipolar tristors.

The impedance decreases with frequency.

The same amount of current flows through each resistor.

The total capacitance is less than either of the individual capacitances.

In electrical engineering, noise margin is the amount by which a signal exceeds the minimum amount for proper operation.

**It is commonly used in at least two contexts:**In a digital circuit, the noise margin is the amount by which the signal exceeds the threshold for a proper '0' or '1'.