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Subject: Re: RF-Amplifiers (again)
Date: 15 Jan 2003 22:22:59 GMT
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Jean Lestrale) wrote in
> Dear Karsten,
> The best way to estimate the output voltage of an RF amp
> (in RF volts) is to say that it is equal to or perhaps
> slightly less than the DC voltage on the plate (or the
> collector, etc.) of the final amp output stage. Transistor
> amps usually have a much lower voltage (and higher current)
> output than tube amps, for the same power level...
> All the best,
> Jean Lestrale, W2FGV
> President, Advanced PCB Design
So,there is no way to figure out which output voltage a RF- amplifier can
Maybe you can look at this:
This is a datasheet of a RF-Amplifier (50 Ohm's). the given 50 Ohm's
caused my calculations in the posting above.
My final question is again: Am I able to calculate the output voltage by
the given datasheet for a 50 Ohm system???
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