Output frequency need 22KHz and voltage is 16VWhy not just use an audio amplifier and drive it with a sine wave?
But really, to get help, a lot more detail is needed.
What voltage and power out are you needing?
What is the frequency and does it vary?
What is the load device?
Anything else that may help form an answer.
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