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Old 9th April 2013, 10:58 AM   #1
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Question Ideal Current Mode Class D (CMCD) question

Hi all,

I am designing this CMCD-PA using Agilent ADS. I would like to know, why did the voltage at output load (R4) form a half sinusoidal shape?
Shouldn't it be a full sinusoidal waveform, similar to the current at R4??

You can refer to my schematic and the output in the attachment below.

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