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Filter Circuits (Capacitor + Inductor)

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How can we use a combination of inductor and capacitor as filter circuits?
 

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If you combine the two components, it implies they will produce a resonant type of action. It is useful as either a bandpass filter, or bandstop (nothch) filter.

Which type you desire makes a difference as to whether you construct an LC tank loop, or an LC series loop. Also what node you tap for your output, in relation to other components.
 

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If you combine the two components, it implies they will produce a resonant type of action. It is useful as either a bandpass filter, or bandstop (nothch) filter.
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And also as a lowpass or highpass - of course (as for bandpass and bandstop applications) together with a resistive component.
 

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