Vacuum Tubes as Linear Circuit Elements Class A Single-Stage Amplifiers

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This chapter contains sections titled: Basic considerations, Quiescent operation; no grid-signal voltage, Quiescent operation with a cathode-bias resistor, Operation with grid-signal voltage in the linear region of the characteristic curves, Incremental equivalent circuits for linear Class A1 operation, Amplification, or gain, Voltage amplification with cathode impedance, Interelectrode capacitances and input admittance, Interelectrode capacitances in tetrode and pentode amplifiers, Cathode follower, Grounded-grid amplifier, Waveform distortion in amplifiers, Waveform distortion due to nonlinearity of the tube characteristics, Power output and efficiency, Maximum power sensitivity, Maximum power output with a prescribed amount of harmonic generation and a prescribed quiescent plate voltage, Output transformer for impedance matching, Shift of dynamic load line with average plate current, Push-pull connection; Class A1, Symbols for vacuum-tube circuit analysis, Problems