I have been struggling with this issue: https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/647796/why-doesnt-the-voltage-at-the-resonance-frequency-go-above-the-input-frequency
Does anyone have an idea why that is the case
Doing my HNC in electrical and electronic engineering and just over half way through now, come across this in my latest module and for some reason I can not get my head around it, I'll post the question and my attempts below, any help would be greatly appreciated just to see if I am...
I build an RLC circuit using the MCP1402 as a gate driver. At resonance the MCP1402 will drive a 20 ohms load (plus 3 ohms which is the DCR of the coil). Unfortunately the MCP1402 has around 12 ohms output impedance (according to this) and so it cannot drive the load effectively. A more...
I plan to design a series RLC discharge circuit as shown:
Taking into account component parasitics, the actual circuit resembles the following:
'R' = capacitor ESR + load resistance + inductor ESR,
'L' = capacitor ESL + load inductance ≈ load inductance
According to online...