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Old 3rd October 2011, 11:20 PM   #1
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Hello , i have a question ; on an srpp circuit with top and down tube .

It is supposed that B+ is 300V so , on each plate of the top tube must be connected to this 300V? (both plates?) , and also both tubes must be biased ?

i know they are very basic questions , if somebody could explain in simple words how srpp works will be very appreciated .
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