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The Q factor of a coil at resonant frequency 1.5 MHz of an RLC series circuit is 150. The Bandwidth is : - a) 225 MHz b) 1.06 MHz c) 10 KHz d) 10 MHz

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The Q factor of a coil at resonant frequency 1.5 MHz of an RLC series circuit is 150. The Bandwidth is : - 10 KHz

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