I have been given a resonant frequency of 95KHz, a bandwidth of 1150Hz, a resistance of 3Ω and a voltage of 5V, I've calculated the series capacitance and inductance, by the use of the formulas stated below, however not sure if it's right. Can you give me the formulas for the parallel resonance? I'm not sure how to work that out.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Series Resonance Circuit

Qr = fr/f2-f1 = 95KHz/1150Hz = 82.609

Qr = Xl/R

∴ Xc = Qr*R = 82.609*3Ω = 247.826Ω

Xc = 247.286Ω

Xc = 1/(2πfC)

∴C = 1/(2πfXc) = 1/(2*π*95KHz*247.82) = 6.76nF

Xl = 2πfL

∴ l = Xl/(2πf) = 247.826/(2*π*95KHz) =415μH

^ Is this right? ^

Parallel Resonance Circuit

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# Series and parallel resonance circuits, how do I find the inductance and capacitance?

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