Inductance is the property by which a change in current in a conductor induces a voltage both in the conductor itself and nearby inductors, the latter being the basis upon which transformers operate. Discrete inductors are also available that have many applications including filtering and energy ...
It's on pin 14, which is the master clock input (MCLK) of a WM8761: Low cost stereo DAC. I'm guessing it's meant to act as a small inductor? But why would you want that on a clock input?
First of all, I suck a bit at math, and I'm no electronics genius, so the stuff I do is for fun and for learning purposes... I'm working on a buck converter circuit to convert my USB Vbus 5V to 3.3V. ...