That depends on how one defines "resonance". As I understand it,
there are two possible definitions for a parallel tuned circuit:
1. When Xl = Xc
2. When the impedance is maximum.
If there is significant resistance in the circuit, the two
definitions will occur at slightly different frequencies. The greater
the resistance, the greater the difference.
I remember reading this years ago. Correct?
73, Bill W6WRT
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At 07:08 AM 6/5/2006, Jim Forsyth wrote:
>Needs more refinement! In a parallel tuned circuit containing resistance, Xl
>and Xc are not equal at the resonant frequency.
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