Usually refers to the anode resonant circuit (L and C in parallel); it also applies to any parallel resonant circuit storing RF energy by virtue of its fly-wheel effect.
A tuned circuit used to temporarily store energy. Also referred to as a parallel-resonant circuit.
an oscillatory circuit
a circuit which attempts to stop your computer from rebooting when you start your car
Parallel resonant circuit containing only a coil and a capacitor. Both the coil and capacitor store electrical energy for part of each cycle.