2-34A-13.A shunt peaking coil for Q2.A-14.A decoupling capacitor for the effects of R2.A-15.A part of the low-frequency compensation network for Q1.A-16.A series peaking coil for Q1.A-17.A swamping resistor for L2.A-18.L1, L2, and R5.A-19.R9 and C5.A-20.The gain increases.A-21.The gain decreases.A-22.To provide maximum impedance at the desired frequency.A-23.Yes.A-24.By changing the value.A-25.Transformer coupling.A-26.It uses fewer components than capacitive coupling and can provide an increase in gain.A-27.A step-down transformer.A-28.A too-narrow bandpass.A-29.By using an optimumly-coupled transformer.A-30.Low gain at the center frequency.A-31.A swamping resistor in parallel with the tuned circuit.A-32.RF transformers are used and the transistor is neutralized.A-33.Degenerative or negative.A-34.By neutralization such as the use of a capacitor to provide regenerative (positive) feedback.A-35.C2 and the secondary of T1.A-36.R1 provides the proper bias to the base of Q1 from V_{BB} .A-37.R2 provides the proper bias to the emitter of Q1.A-38.The output would decrease. (C4 decouples R2 preventing degenerative feedback from R2.)A-39.C5 and the primary of T2.A-40.Four.

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