The Class D RF amplifier - Design and calculations (2/3)

In this video I continue the series on the Class D amplifier by designing such a circuit. I go for the most basic voltage switching amplifier, but as always I still need some sort of output matching since that is the only way to get the desired output power. In the end I simulate the circuit and hopefully the real thing will behave in a similar fashion.

Related videos:
Class A amplifier part 1 -
Class A amplifier part 2 -
Class B amplifier part 1 -
Class B amplifier part 2a -
Class B amplifier part 2b -
Class C amplifier part 1 -
Class C amplifier part 2 -
Class D audio amplifier part 1 -
Class D audio amplifier part 2 -
Class D audio amplifier part 3 -
Class D RF amplifier part 1 -
Class D RF amplifier part 2 -

Used datasheets:
Further reading and matching calculator:

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