Figure 22 shows a circuit diagram of a practical though not state-of-the-art Class D amplifier designed to operate in the 300-600 kHz frequency range. This amplifier is capable of producing peak outputs in the range of 1500 watts when used in conjunction with an ... transistors because MOSFET devices with comparable breakdown characteristics were not available when this circuit was initially designed.
|Title||:||QualTest-2 conference proceedings, October 25-27, 1983, Dallas, Texas|
|Author||:||American Society for Nondestructive Testing, American Society for Quality Control|
|Publisher||:||Society of Manufacturing Engineers - 1983-12|