series resonance


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series resonance

n
(Electronics) the resonance that results when circuit elements are connected with their inductance and capacitance in series, so that the impedance of the combination falls to a minimum at the resonant frequency. Compare parallel resonance
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The series resonance frequency and shunt resonance frequency are given as [[omega].
Because only the shunt resonance [omega]sh is practical for the impedance matching of an open-circuit ZOR antenna, the left-handed series capacitance related to the series resonance [[omega].
Under differential-mode excitation, the symmetric metamaterial unit-cell behaves like a balanced CRLH unit-cell; it is supported by the series resonance frequency ([f.
Hence, we present four topologies that are composite right/left-handed transmission line (CRLH TL) [21], dual-CRLH TL (D-CRLH TL) [22], series resonance and parallel resonance topology.
Assuming that there are series resonance circuits in both sides of the system, the following relationship is held:
l], and it is possible that a series resonance between the LC branches will appear.
These capacitors are suitable for RF/microwave applications that require high current carrying capabilities, low ESR and high series resonance.
The new UQCS Series MLC chip exhibits significantly lower ESR values and higher series resonance values, making it ideal for applications with high current carrying capabilities and high quality factors," said Larry Eisenberger, AVX product manager.
1 and is based on a wellknown series resonance circuit with a full bridge excitation system, a solution often used in energy transfer systems [1], [8], [15], [16].
0], the parallel one is inductive while the series one is capacitive and they compose a new series resonance [f.
2] compensate the parasitic elements of PIN by resultant parallel resonance at on-state and series resonance at off-state in both of the structure.
However, for drastic variation impedance, the load is in series resonance or parallel resonance within a very narrow band, etc.