Inductive crosstalk voltage

Thread Starter

ham3388

Joined Jul 3, 2012
97
Hello to all..
I'm facing difficulty in part a)


I'm not able to determine the current in circuit A to be able to put it in the below formula so to determine the crosstalk voltage in circiut B
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Below are the diagram and the question.
Please guide me to find out the current since I don't have the value of the inductance in OHM

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Thread Starter

ham3388

Joined Jul 3, 2012
97
I assumed since L1 compared to the sum of R1 and RL1 is very small so it can be negligted .then current =1/100=.01 A

If I'm wrong please advice me
 

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
25,115
How can you compare an inductance to the sum of resistances? That's like saying that a person's height is small compared to their income.
 
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