On Tue, 13 Oct 2009 19:37:27 -0600, Larry Benko <email@example.com> wrote:
>At a slightly
>higher frequency the parallel resonance has a combined extremely high
>impedance and very small circulating current.
Not so. At the exact frequency of resonance, the circulating current reaches its
One example of this is the working of a grid dip meter. At resonance, the
circuit under test has the highest circulating current within itself and absorbs
the most power from the dip meter, thus causing the dip.
73, Bill W6WRT
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