The second version is in "angular frequency" which is a bit more elegant for some analytical work.Hi
I ofter come across what seams to be a confusing issue.
f = 1/2pi root(LC)
f = 1/root(LC)
the 2 pi is missing in the second equation.
does this mean the first is in Hz and the second is number of cycles per 360° rotation?
Yes, and traditionally the greek letter omega (\[\omega\] ) is used for angular frequency with units of radians/second, while \[ f \] is typically used for cyclic frequency measured in units of Hz=cycles/second.The second version is in "angular frequency" which is a bit more elegant for some analytical work.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|T||Shift PWM constant frequency to another.||Analog & Mixed-Signal Design||25|
|P||Beeper Circuit With Variable Interval and Audio Frequency||The Projects Forum||6|
|Earphone speaker frequency||General Electronics Chat||13|
|Y||high frequency inverter - sinewave ?||Power Electronics||10|
|How to calculate the required filter frequency to remove a certain overshoot||Analog & Mixed-Signal Design||14|