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Inserting the constants of a type 10

018 amp . , rp = 5 , 000 ohms ) yields P = 1 watt and a plate - circuit efficiency of

about 16 per cent . It must be borne in mind that these are extreme values and for

...

Inserting the constants of a type 10

**tube**, for instance , ( Ev = 425 volts , Io = 0 .018 amp . , rp = 5 , 000 ohms ) yields P = 1 watt and a plate - circuit efficiency of

about 16 per cent . It must be borne in mind that these are extreme values and for

...

Page 498

2 ) the push - pull circuit is seen to produce more than twice the power available

from a single

indicate as considerably larger values of Egm can be used than in the case of a ...

2 ) the push - pull circuit is seen to produce more than twice the power available

from a single

**tube**. In practice the factor is larger than this simple analysis wouldindicate as considerably larger values of Egm can be used than in the case of a ...

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This curve describes the variation in grid 1

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multivibrator . potential between points of discontinuity in the operation of the

circuit .

This curve describes the variation in grid 1

**Tube**TubeZ**Tube**Tubez a Tesouraromana Tony teen C I LR colum Fig . 15 . 21 . - Typical relaxation oscillator or

multivibrator . potential between points of discontinuity in the operation of the

circuit .

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