Krupski
Level: Hangaround

Joined: Tue. Nov 17, 2015

Location: NY, USA

Posted by Krupski:
Mon. Apr 26, 2021 - 12:40 AM

Hi all,

I know the formula F = 1 / (2 pi sqrt (LC))... that's not what I'm asking. "Theoretically" any L and C can plug into the equation and work numerically, but how to choose PRACTICAL values for L and C?

If I have a desired frequency (such as 100 MHz.), how do I choose a practical value for L and C?

All I can come up with in my mind is to choose an arbitrary reactive impedance and solve for L and C to have the same impedance. Say, 100 "ohms" for L and for C, but there must be a "correct" way to do it, right?

Info will be appreciated!

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Last Edited: Mon. Apr 26, 2021 - 12:42 AM