I have a circuit that is two inductors and a capacitor in series, in the order inductor, capacitor, inductor, and I want to know what the resonance frequency of the system is (see image). I've heard before that, given the inductors are not coupled, it is just 1/2π√((L1+L2)*C), however, I am not sure if that only pertains to a circuit where the inductors are connected directly, such as in a Hartley oscillator.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thanks for the help.

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# Resonance Frequency of Series LCL circuit

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