> >so the maximum anode to grid potential is 5750v during the cutoff-half of
> Is it not the case that this is only true when the loading is correct?
> Peter G3RZP
That's right Peter. That is ONLY true when loading is correct for the
amount of drive. You can easily have several times that voltage in
an amplifier that isn't class A.
I have a breadboard MOSFET amplifier here (a single MRF-150) for
a demonstration that will make over 100 volts peak tank voltage
with a 12 volt drain voltage when you short the output of the tank to
73, Tom W8JI
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