This calculator computes the resonant frequency of a tank circuit
What is a Tank Circuit
In electronic circuits a tank circuit is understood as a parallel association of a capacitor and inductor which together when operated with a matching frequency get into a natural oscillating mode with maximum amplitude at their given resonant frequency, and is the most common form of "resonant" circuit -- a circuit that generates maximum power at a given frequency (called the resonant frequency). This LC resonant frequency calculator is assembled to calculate the resonant frequency of a tank circuit as soon as the user inserts the required parameters in the given boxes such as the capacitance and inductance values are known.
The resonance of tank circuits possess a number of crucial applications in electrical engineering, particularly in radio technology. For instance, without tank circuits there could possibly be no RF radio transmitters or receivers. The simplest RF transmitter involves the application of a class C amplifier incorporating a tank circuit at its antenna side. If this circuit is switched ON, the tank circuit starts generating enough power to combine the signal from the amplifier towards the antenna, therefore the signal is able to radiates through the environment. Similarly, a radio receiver employs a tank circuit when accepting a signal, by tuning it to the frequency of the particular reception.