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PWM Amplifier For 600 kHz Signal

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  1. yokel

    yokel

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    Apr 29, 2010
    Hello,
    I am a newbie in electronics. I need to design an AMPLIFIER to amplify

    > A 600~650 kHz PWM signal. The PWM duty cycle remains same.

    > The input PWM signal can be taken from a Function Generator [Output- 5V for 0 to peak. Rise/Fall Time ≤18 ns, output impedence- 50 ohm].

    > The load is a Piezo Transducer equivalent to a 13nF capacitor. The circuit should be able to offer upto 1.5 A current.

    > The output should be 7~10V based on the DC bias voltage. The output voltage shouldn't distorted due to high capacitive load.

    If you need any more info please let me know.

    It would be very nice, if someone give me some instruction, sample circuit or refer me some online resources which can be helpful for me in this regard. Detail answer will be appreciated.

    thanks a lot in advance
     
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