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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 1 Resonance Paul Tobin DIT

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 2 Series-tuned circuit

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 3

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4 The Q-factor is a measure of SELECTIVITY.

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 5

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6 The - 3dB bandwidth, resonant frequency and Q-factor

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 7 The frequency response may be used to show the relationship between Q, f o and BW

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 8 Parallel tuned circuit

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 9 Parallel tuned circuit

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 10 Equivalent parallel form

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 11 If the Q-factor is 10 or greater then Rp is the dynamic impedance of the tuned circuit

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 12 The Loaded Q-factor Any resistance, when added to a resonant circuit, will change the characteristics of that circuit Any extra resistance placed in parallel will reduce the Q-factor of the parallel tuned circuit and is hence called the loaded Q-factor. The equivalent parallel resistance of the tuned circuit Rd, is the dynamic impedance at f o.

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 13 The Loaded Q-factor R is the total loading

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Copyrigh Paul Tobin, School of Electronics and Communications Engineering 14 The impedance of a tuned circuit

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