Find the voltage drop and current through each component, Electrical Engineering

A 15 volts source is applied to a series 150 μH inductor and 169 pF capacitor. The resistance of the inductor plus the connecting wires is 1,6 Ω.

Determine the voltage drop and current through each component at the following frequencies and comment on any notable factors. (For example: Bandwidth and Q factor)

  • 800 Hz
  • 1 MHz
  • 1.2 MHz

 

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