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# LMH6521 Inductor maximum current calculation on Figure 30.

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Hallo,

The LMH6521 mentions below in page-14 with Figure 30.
“ Make sure to check the inductor datasheet to not exceed the maximum current limit. “
Could you please let me know how to calculate the inductor current?
Is it proper (bias current)+(AC inductor current) = (bias current)+(V／ωL)?
Bias current = 36mA
V= (Vp-p/2) ….. LMH6521 output Vp-p/2 voltage
ω= 3.14
L= 1uF

Best Regards,
Kazu Ogawa

• Hello Kazuhiko,

Yes. The inductor current would be = bias current + AC current = bias current + (V/wL). The bias current = 36mA, V = Vrms = Vpp/(2*sqrt(2)), w = 2*pi*f (f is operating frequency) and L = 1uH.

Best Regards,

Rohit

I received another question from the customer?
Is it necessary to change the inductor value of the biasing inductor 1uF or okay to leave 1uF unchanged, according to the operating frequency when is changed?
The datasheet mentions “ With large inductors and high operating frequencies the inductor will present a very high impedance and will have minimal AC current. If the inductor is chosen to have a smaller value, or if the operating frequency is very low there could be enough AC current flowing in the inductor to become significant. “
Best Regards,Kazu Ogawa
• Rohit-san,
I mistook the unit of the inductor in the previous mail, not “ F “ but “ H “.