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Hello, I have disassembled an old electronics project lab which is now assembled without damage again. I looked into how the voltage was regulated from the 6 AA batteries needed. What I saw confused me. Why does the power supply have a low resistance capacitor in series?
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Yes, it's different than a inductor, and it could be used as an inductor sometimes.
A ferrite bead would act like a resistor at high frequencies, and it has only ferrite, and no coils.
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