How will the range of radio waves, which are received by the radio receiver, change if the inductance of the oscillating circuit of the radio receiver is reduced?
The range of radio waves received by the radio receiver depends on the resonant frequency of the oscillatory circuit. The resonant frequency of the circuit is inversely proportional to the square root of the product of capacitance and inductance. It follows from this that with decreasing inductance, the resonant frequency of the circuit increases. Accordingly, the radio wave range will increase.
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