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Re[2]: [Discuss-gnuradio] DC-DC converter

From: gnuradio
Subject: Re[2]: [Discuss-gnuradio] DC-DC converter
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2004 10:42:29 -0500

Hello Cory,

CP> If  you  need 2mA at 33V, you could probably get away with it, but
CP> it's  quite  a hack. Inductors aren't really anything to be afraid
CP> of... :)

My  concern  would be how the inductors tend to smack the diodes. Once
the  diode  gives  in  to  being  smacked around by the inductor, your
4702/4707  is  the  next  target.  If you pull/break the diode on many
simple   charge  pump  circuits,  it  simply  stops  working.  If  you
pull/break the diode on the inductive buck circuit, it tends to create
what  ever  voltage  the inductor desires. The inductors are defiantly
better  for  the  power output. The charge pump definitely can't touch
the 3 amps.

Best regards,

 Jared Harvey                        HAM KB1GTT

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