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Analysis of tuned junction-transistor circuits under large sinusoidal voltages in the normal domain-Part II: Tuned power amplifiers and harmonic generators

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This paper utilizes the effective hybrid-piequivalent circuit derived in Part I for analyzing the behavior of tuned power amplifiers. Continuous wave (CW) amplifiers, harmonic generators, amplitude-modulated (AM) class-C amplifiers, and class-B (linear) amplifiers are all analyzed on a unified basis, with particular reference to the device output power, input power, driving power, load impedance, and related quantities.

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Circuit Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 1970

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