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Subject: Re: High Voltage R.F. source

Date: 10/07/03 at 4:26 AM
Posted by: Brian Hawes
E-mail: b.hawes1[AT55]physics.ox.ac.uk (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
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In Reply to: Re: High Voltage R.F. source posted by Russ Kincaid on 10/06/03 at 9:26 PM:

Russ, Thank's for reminding me that transistors aren't always the best answer. It is so easy to forget vacuum tubes are still with us. I think I might get further if I treat this problem as similar to that of driving the deflection plates of a CRT. I was getting nowhere trying to find a solution with bipolars or MOSFET's except perhaps as you said, with a transformer.
The Photocond diode is symmetrical and does not seem to need a ground, so maybe a P-P amplifier with tubes is worth a try.
Thanks again: any further thoughts will always be welcome
Brian Hawes

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