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Post subject: Circulating Currents in Filters
Posted: Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:01 pm
Joined: Mon Apr 10, 2006
I am looking for information (books,
magazine articles, general guidelines, etc.) about
the circulating current (this is what I call it)
in a filter or matching network.
the output of a power amplifier goes through the
matching network and then a low-pass filter. Current
will "circulate" between the capacitors and inductors,
sometimes very high current.
If my memory
serves me correctly, the Q of the circuit and/or
the individual components has a direct effect on
the this current.