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Inductor with controlled temperature coefficient
Let's assume we have an air-spaced inductor made of copper wire. As temperature changes, due to thermal expansion of physical dimensions of the coil, its inductance changes too. 1) Is there a way to ...
Mar 20 '12 at 13:13
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