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snehasharma

  • 2 years ago

what is the formula of convert rad/s to kHz. e.g. When fresonance=920kHz, Bandwidth=? Δω = RL/L + 1/(RC×C) = 50.48 k rad/s à fbandwidth= 8.034 kHz

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  1. ppich
    • 2 years ago
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    1 Hz = 2π rad/s = 6.2831853 rad/s and the back is: 1 rad/s = 1/2π Hz = 0.1591549 Hz

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    For calculate first convert C from pF to F ; RC , RL from KΩ in Ω and L from mH or uH in H

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