This program simplifies the design of the single-ended Class E amplifier. Operation is intuitive and encourages "tuning" and exploration.
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Listed in our web site directory since Sunday Sep 17 2006, as a result, till today this link has been followed 766 times. So far received 3 votes for a total score of 6.00/10
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