Resonant LC Parameter Chart

Having worked on many types of resonant systems over the years(electrical, mechanical, acoustic), this chart is very useful to get a intuitive grasp on the some of the parameters and values needed for a basic LC (inductor, capacitor) electrical resonant system. It covers 100 Mhz to 1 Khz, I hope you find it useful, regards Arto.

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5 Responses to “Resonant LC Parameter Chart”

  1. AbdelAal A Awad Says:

    Hi, Many Thanks Arto for your unique works.
    1. Could you please double check in the above LC chart if Henry is in Micro or nano.

    2. How to optimize L and C for a required Frequency; i.e there are so many L and C that would give the required F, but how do I select the optimum C or L to achieve the best Oscillation.

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    • artojh Says:

      Thank you Abdelaal, it looks like I mislabeled the jpeg file, this has now the correct version.

      Regarding the best choice, I would start with working out the coil with the least resistance, thus getting a higher Q (Quality of magnification). This might not always be practical, I would suggest finding the combination that will give you a self resonant coil, where the capacitance required is what the parasitic component of the coil that cannot be removed. This will give you a single system, a coil only, where the calculations can be quite complicated. The best option here is to test a few coils on hand and find where they self resonate (frequency), by using my calculations you can work out what the self-capacitance of the coil is. Do try and wind a coil to the wave length or a multiple, or even a 1/4 or 1/2 these type designs you will find are the best options.

      Regards Arto.

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  2. AbdelAal A Awad Says:

    Thank you Mr. Arto for your comprehensive and expert reply.
    I sincerely hope to see more of your distinguished works and sincerely pray for you long, healthy and happy life.

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  3. James Bowie Says:

    Hi, your chart at bottom right says 2500000nH = 0.25H, but in fact it equals 0.0025H does it not?


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