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I have a component that at 1 Khz has 100 mH Inductance and 100 Ω resistance.

I know that at higher frequencies which I will need to run the circuit, these values wont be the same anymore.

Is there any way, mathematically, to figure out what those values would be at higher frequencies? Unfortunately the datasheet doesnt say the device behavior at higher frequencies.

My last option would be to measure those values experimentally but it would be time consuming, and since the circuit would run at different frequencies it would make my project more complex by having to look up the values of that component and calculating the rest of circuit inputs for proper outputs output values.

Any help and advice would be appreciated.

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# Inductance at high frequencies

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