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English: diagram of Class B amplifier, created for article.

Fixed 31/05/2007 to match definition.

The output signal was took from the collector and not the emitter. It resembled a class A amplifier, with a wrong output signal.
Date 31 May 2007 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Logan using CommonsHelper.
Author Nitram cero at en.wikipedia


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