The problem asks to calculate the Q factor of the filter. I have read up on solving for the Q factor using the inductance. With Zin = Vin/Iin = ZL = jωL.
After doing some circuit evaluation I came up with my Zin being
s^2*C2*C1*nR^2
after solving it two times I came up with the same answer twice. Then setting s = jω and then Zin = jωL I do not get all of the "s" to cancel. The problem does not offer me a frequency only the values of R,m,n,C1,C2.
I am unsure of what to do from this point, or if I have even came at the problem the right way from the beginning. Any help would be appreciated, I also can assume I probably did not calculate the right Zin.
After doing some circuit evaluation I came up with my Zin being
s^2*C2*C1*nR^2
after solving it two times I came up with the same answer twice. Then setting s = jω and then Zin = jωL I do not get all of the "s" to cancel. The problem does not offer me a frequency only the values of R,m,n,C1,C2.
I am unsure of what to do from this point, or if I have even came at the problem the right way from the beginning. Any help would be appreciated, I also can assume I probably did not calculate the right Zin.
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