Hi, I am a inventor and Electronics Tech. I am creating a 1 Mhz Amp for my own invention, and it will be enclosed in a Faraday cage so there is no emissions to worry about. I have been reading Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics, and was wondering about the difference in the source voltage on the amp circuit and how the electrical charge affects the inductor and how that would change the operating inductance of the amplifier circuit. I plan on creating a 80 watt or 100 watt peak output power of a 1 mhz signal. I am thinking of using a 200 volt source voltage. can I just use the standard frequency calculator of 1 over 2 pi square root of L and C ? what adjustment is done for the voltage that is applied to the inductor in a tuned tank circuit. on the emitter and base of the amplifier, would I use two types of RC filtering circuits, a lower band and higher band frequency?