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Problem in RF Power Amplifier

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I am an Electronics Engineer and Iam working on my final year project WirelessPower Transmission System. Friends I need your help I need a 3 Wattlinear RF Power Amplifier which can operate at a frequency range from 1 MHz to3 MHz. Please send me its design or the schematic diagram with detailedcomponents specifications as soon as possible. If anybody who is electronicscircuit designer and could design it so kindly helps me.
 
Regards,
Syed Waqas Hussain
Electrical Engineer
waqashussain86@yahoo.com

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Look in the "Radio Amateur's Handbook" and past issues of the QST magazine. There have been articles on design including schematics and circuit layout in past issues as well as the Handbook.

Here is a site for a kit for a 10 watt amp... it is for 2MHz to 30MHz, but you can add turns to the transformers to get performance at 1MHz.

http://www.kitsandparts.com/linearamp.php

There is adequate info for design at the site and parts callout and layout.

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