In a RLC circuit, radio waves with different frequency, f, hit the antenna and exert oscillating electric forces on the electrons on the antenna . Thus they act via antenna as individual batteries, each oscillating at their particular frequency f. Suppose R=1000 ohm. What should L and C be so we get the largest current in the circuits at frequency in 90 MHz.However, at frequency 90.3 current is only 1/10 as large.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now I know that at Imax, Xl=Xc, but I don't know how to use the other given frequency to find C and L.

Any help please?

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# How to find C and L in maximum current?

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