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Lecture 12 Ch 8

Lecture 12 Ch 8 - Θ Corresponds to the amount of time...

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EE 4002 RF Circuit Design Chapter 8 Biasing Networks
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0 Θ Corresponds to the amount of time during each cycle that the transistor is “on”. Example, if it conducts for the entire period (Class A) then the conduction angle is 360 degrees, and is 50% efficient.
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