Q is the quality factor of series resonant circuits

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ng

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Hi all

I read that Q,the quality factor of series resonant circuits is wL/R
------------>1/R sqrt(L/C).This i understand

1.but for parallel resonant it is R/wL....hmm but why is that?this i don quite get.

2.Then what do u mean by loaded resonant circuit and unloaded resonant circuit?

I hope to hear from u guys.
Thanx for ur time and help.
ng
 

SGT

Q is defined as the quotient of center frequency over bandwidth. From this definition follow the different formulas for parallel and series circuits.
 

ng

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i am sorry to be a dumbo but i wish u spelled it out. :redface:
 

ng

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Can someone tell me how to find the Quality factor of a loaded resonant circuit?

PLEASEEEEEEEEEEthanks a lot.
 

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