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Circuit (Network) analysis is the process of finding the voltages across, and the currents through, every component in the network.

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For the inductance your calculation is correct, as you have $$Z_L = jX_L$$ However, for the capacitance you should remember the sign of the impedance: $$Z_C = -jX_C$$ Both capacitors and inductors ar …
answered Feb 5 '17 by Douwe66
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It doesn't matter wheter you connect the microphone on the top or the bottom for it to work. However, as it roughly behaves as a "capacitor", you get a low voltage on the signal pin when you connect t …
answered Jan 20 '16 by Douwe66
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"EM Fields" is totally right on the fact that it is probably not the peak inverse voltage what is asked for. However when your teacher means the voltage over the diode in this circuit when it is rev …
answered Dec 6 '14 by Douwe66
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As the voltage V1 does not have a common node with Vs, you can not simply use one voltage divider formula, you actually have 2 voltage dividers. By redrawing the circuit that becomes more clear: …
answered Feb 7 '17 by Douwe66
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I am trying to determine the resonance frequency of an RLC resonator with added capacitor, as shown below: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab Two cases are easy to dete …
asked Apr 20 '18 by Douwe66