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Subject: Re: High Voltage High Frequency Square Wave

Date: 10/25/02 at 12:55 AM
Posted by: Jack
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In Reply to: Re: High Voltage High Frequency Square Wave posted by ger on 10/24/02 at 7:40 PM:

Three way you can get it:
1, using high voltage around 350V power supply working with AMP., (after OSC, you make a AMP.), the output using a coupling capacitor, then the load can get +/- 150V square waves.
2, using +/- 170V power supply working with AMP., your load can get the +/- 150V directly.
3, using low voltage power supply, like 10V or 15V nomally OSC, but using a namally driver, the voltage only 10V or 15V, but after driver, put a pulse transformer, you may get any voltage you want, because your load very high, you may get it not hard, and you said: it is not important that it be perfectly square.

The last way is easy way to you.

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