How to Design a Coil for Specific Inductance
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A lot of people get stuck with maths, it's not easy when starting out in electronics to understand the numbers when dealing with components because they are often millions of a whole one billions or some times million millionth of whole one-confusing stuff but with a little patience and time you will get the hang of the numbers used in circuitry.
I built lots of crystal sets when I was a boy they were fascinating pieces of kit and I still wonder all these years on what's actually going on in the circuit, I often make the remark to people that I know how to build something but when it comes to understanding the workings that present's another line of thought altogether, you need a good imagination to picture how the changing flux changes constantly when it is generated by an alternating voltage.
Many people have asked to explain how to calculate an inductance for their crystal set experiments, the video above is, in my opinion, a very good one it's very educational and easy to understand.
There are many instances in radio where inductors form the core of circuits designed to do a variety of tasks, coils or inductors used in conjunction with capacitors either fixed of variable form tuned circuits which are very important modules used in radio.
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