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The circuit in attached figure behaves as an oscillator. What is the oscillation amplitude?

2. The attempt at a solution

With H(s), I've calculated the oscillation condition: [itex]KM \geq L_1+L_2[/itex], and the oscillation frequency: [itex]\omega = R_1/\sqrt(L_1 L_1 - M^2)[/itex]

How can I obtain the amplitude of each oscillation?

Thank you.

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# Homework Help: Oscillation amplitude in oscillator

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