Hello

I have a pretty simple circuit that I'd like to derive the transfer function for. It looks like

VIN----L----C--------------------VOUT

- -

- -

- -

L2 RLoad

GRD GRD

So i know that i could simply put the parallel branches together and then write a voltage divsion to get the transfer function Vout/Vin. However, when I compare it to transfer functions that are derived in IEEE papers, other factors such as the Quality factor Q are included. How can I also factor in these parameters? Would I also need to consider the resistances of the nonideal inductors in my transfer function?

thanks

edit: sorry, the L2 and Rload branches are between C and Vout

I have a pretty simple circuit that I'd like to derive the transfer function for. It looks like

VIN----L----C--------------------VOUT

- -

- -

- -

L2 RLoad

GRD GRD

So i know that i could simply put the parallel branches together and then write a voltage divsion to get the transfer function Vout/Vin. However, when I compare it to transfer functions that are derived in IEEE papers, other factors such as the Quality factor Q are included. How can I also factor in these parameters? Would I also need to consider the resistances of the nonideal inductors in my transfer function?

thanks

edit: sorry, the L2 and Rload branches are between C and Vout

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