Magnitude VS amplitude

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by relicmarks, May 17, 2008.

  1. relicmarks

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    When a passive LCR circuit has GAIN this is called "Magnitude" because its phase angle gain not amplitude voltage or current gain?


    Magnitude means
    1.) Phase angle gain
    2.) Passive gain from a LCR or RC or LC or LR

    How can you get GAIN from a passive LCR or RC or LC or LR?
     
  2. Externet

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    LC Resonance ?
     
  3. relicmarks

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    LC Resonance ? true can't its conductance its very high at this point

    1K frequency at -10db into a LC resonance network output is +4db thats a "passive gain" from phase angle gain which is magnitude not amplitude
     
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