Calculating output impedance of amplifier to match to 50 Ω

Below is a schematic of an amplifier. The inductor used is a 1 μH inductor, emitter resistor is 2.2 kΩ. The bias resistors are both 200 kΩ. The capacitors are both 1 μF. I am planning to design a matching network to match it to a 50 Ω load and test it with a signal generator. How should the output impedance be calculated? I am planning to use this circuit as a buffer for a hartley oscillator.

Here is what I was thinking for calculating the equivalent output impedance (L is connected to ground):

• Its connected to a 50 ohm antenna. Not a hw question. Commented May 1 at 16:26
• Why does it need to be matched? Is there a long feed line to the antenna? Commented May 1 at 16:44
• rf. output imepdance probably != 50 ohms. therefore, matching is needed. Commented May 1 at 17:15
• No it isn't. Matching is needed to prevent reflections down feed-lines and sometimes we match for maximum power transfer. Commented May 1 at 18:05
• rf. wavelength is small. small wavelength leads to reflection. therefore, matching is needed. Commented May 1 at 18:19