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

## SUPPLEMENTARY PROBLEMS

25. | Refer to the block diagram in Fig. 2-20. If B = 0.01, will the circuit oscillate? If not, calculate the required value of A ._{V} | |

26. | Refer again to Fig. 2-20. If B = 0.04, will the circuit oscillate? | |

27. | Refer again to Fig. 2-20. If | |

28. | Refer to Fig. 2-20. Assume B = 0.01. Calculate v _{fb} if V _{out} = 30 V p-p | |

29. | Refer to Fig. 2-31. Calculate the following: ( L _{2} C _{3} branch.Figure 2-31 | |

30. | Refer again to Fig. 2-31. If L _{2} C _{3} branch. | |

31. | Refer to Fig. 2-31. Assume that it is desired to obtain an oscillating frequency of 4 MHz. If b) L _{1} and L _{2}; ( c) , ,... |

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