Those are very small values, in the range of stray inductance of leads and wires; hence, it's very difficult to get accurate parameters. But, a straight piece of wire less than 1 cm in length, or a small single turn loop inductor, of even smaller diameter, might get you in that range. If you are making a printed circuit board, then you can make a trace behave as the inductor.can anyone please tell me the accurate parameters for constructing 1nH and2.2nH.............please...i need it urgently.......
thanks in advance
I think that's true from a practical point of view. The reason why I mentioned this is because a single loop inductance formula indicated that a 36 gauge magnet wire wound with a 1 mm single loop would make a 1.4 nH inductor. This is barely in the practical range, but then one needs to consider lead connections and the difficulty of doing this accurately.You couldn't use a whole loop. More like a slight kink in a very short piece of wire.
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