Resonant Voltage Rise Calculator

Calculate resonant voltage rise with the Resonant Voltage Rise Calculator and learn on the go with the integrated live example

The formula to calculate resonant voltage rise is:


Q = Q Factor
E = Applied voltage

Example: Calculate the resonant voltage rise of a coil that has a Q factor of 580 and the applied voltage is 30 volts

V_{r} =30\times 580=17,400\; volts

Using the Resonant Voltage Rise Calculator

Applied Voltage: Enter the voltage that’s applied

Q Factor: Enter the Q Factor

Selecting units: You can choose your preferred units of measurement through selecting the units cells and clicking the downwards pointing arrow to display a list of available options

Learn As You Go: This feature displays a live example of how to calculate resonant voltage rise using the figures that you enter

Enter the Applied Voltage and Q Factor

How To Calculate Resonant Voltage Rise

Enter some values to get started!

Reference: ARRL – The Radio Amateur’s Handbook