I am trying to see if I understand how impedance works correctly before I build this into a real circuit. Basically I have an inductor (helmholtz coil) driven by a function generator, now by itself we know the higher the freq goes the lower the current the coil will receive. If my understanding is correct, I can put a capacitor in parallel with the coil, which would mean at higher frequencies the Xc would decrease and Xl would increase, but since they are in parallel Xtot should decrease, thus as a result you will get a higher current at the same frequency than if we had just had a inductor (coil) in the circuit by itself. Is this understanding correct? Or is there a smarter way to increase the current my circuit receives at a higher frequency, besides increasing the current outputed by the generator/changing the coil design itself.
p.s. this is a re-expression of the question asked here Impedance for Helmholtz Coil Connected to Audio Amplifier but in a more detailed and precise way I hope