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    Assume an infinite network made of 1nH inductors as shown. Furthermore assume that there is not mutual inductance. What is the effective inductance between points A and B?
    [The number only, i.e. Leff =?]

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    Consider that we connect the points A and B to a current source with i(t)=cos(wt), such that current exits at B and enters at A. Now we can turn this current source into two current sources with the ...

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    The solution gives a concise explanation of how to find the effective inductance between two points in an infinite network of 1nH inductors.

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