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DEPT. OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING, BUET BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY EEE 312 Experi e!

" # STUDY OF A CLASS$C TUNED PO%ER A&PLIFIER. OB'ECTIVE( (i) (ii) To study an amplifier that has tuned collector load and active device transistor operating at class-C mode. To observe the output voltage and current relationship at different harmonics.

E)UIP&ENTS( (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) Resistor (10K 1K- ! piece) Capacitor (0.01f 100f !!f) "nductance (!#$#0$%#m&) Transistor (C'!'$C'!() )ultimeter *scilloscope +ith chord ,ignal generator -o+er supply.

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PROCEDURE( 1.Connect the circuit sho+n above in the figure assuming R ./ . )easure the 0-point at this class-C operation. 1pply a sinusoidal signal to the input of such fre2uency and amplitude that you get an undistorted output. 3ote that best you can achieve near at the resonated fre2uency of the tuned load. 3umerically it is determined by the e2uation
! LC !.*btain gain vs. fre2uency curve and calculate the band+idth (BW) 2uality factor (Q= f r / BW) of the circuit and impedance (Z r = Q*XL) of the tan4 circuit at resonance.
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6.Connect a 1K resistance bet+een the emitter and ground of the transistor to see the current +ave shape. *bserve and s4etch the output voltage and output current +ave shape on oscilloscope at dual mode for 1st !nd 6rd and higher harmonics. 7. 1pply a s2uare +ave of fre2uency e2ual to the resonant fre2uency of the tan4 circuit. *bserve and s4etch output +ave shape. #. Repeat step 1 to 7 +ith load R./1K. 3ote the effect of connecting such load. REPORT( (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) 8hat are the advantages and disadvantages of class-C amplifier over a class-1 and class9 amplifier: ;<plain +hy voltage +aveforms are sinusoidal but current +aveforms are non-sinusoidal. &o+ can you conclude that class-C amplifier can operate as fre2uency multiplier: ,tate the reasons are for distortion in the output voltage. 8hy the output voltages are more sinusoidal +ith s2uare +ave compare to sinusoidal +ave as input signals: =or the e<perimental circuit calculate the 2uality factor of the coil ( Q coil) 2uality factor of the circuit (Q) ma<imum theoretical po+er that can be transferred to the load. 8hy in many practical application final loads is transformer coupled: ,uch a circuit is sho+n in figure belo+ +here coil has > ./100 and Q coil / #0. Calculate theoretical value of reflected load resistance Q circuit and ma<imum load po+er.

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REFERENCE( (i) (ii) ;lectronic -rinciples. - 1lbert -aul )alvino. -rinciples of ;lectronics. - 5. K. )ehta.

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