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Radio Filter Problem

  1. Mar 15, 2004 #1
    sorry for my bad english, but this problem is translated from french. In this problem, i have to make a low-pass AM radio filter using the following information:

    frequency: 130 kHz
    Condensor Capacity: 12 nF

    This filter must be installed in parallel with the synthesisor.

    It says to use Ohm`s law and Kirchhoff`s rule to solve the problem. Before i can solve this problem, i must find a differential equation to solve. If there is not enough information, i will try to find some more but the problem only includes these values.
     
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