##### From Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Electronic Communication, Second Edition

## SOLVED PROBLEMS

1. | Refer to the block diagram in Fig. 2-20. If B = 0.02, will the circuit oscillate? If not, calculate the required value of A ._{V}Figure 2-20 | |

2. | Refer to Fig. 2-20. If B = 0.01, will the circuit oscillate? | |

3. | Refer to Fig. 2-20. Assume | |

4. | Assume in Fig. 2-20 that V _{in}. | |

5. | Refer to Fig. 2-21. Assume L _{2} C _{3} branch.Figure 2-21 | |

6. | Refer to Fig. 2-21. Assume that it is desired to obtain an oscillating frequency of 500 kHz. If , calculate: ( b) L _{1} and L _{2}; ( c) , , and ; ( d) X of the _{T}L _{2} C _{3} branch. | |

7. | Refer to Fig. 2-22. If |

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