Hello Markus and Rick!
I have only just acquainted myself with your
(Just going out from hospital, big blood pressure
Thanks a lot for precious information, of what make
I recovered some ferrites N87 types which should
work in 137 KHZ.
Another subject interests me, it is the possibility
of transmitting with a big spool of several turns (a bit as WD2XDW).
But EIRP is much weaker than with a vertical aerial, then it is necessary
to "push more" in power!
VY 73: Jeff
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Sent: Friday, July 03, 2009 10:07
Subject: Re: LF: Re: IGBT in 136 KHz
STGW30NC60WD has a turnoff delay of 120ns.
Turn on delay and rise / fall times are better than 30ns.
That should be
good enough for 137kHz, maybe even for 500kHz.
It further has a max.
Collector-Emitter Voltage of 600V, max. Collector Current of 60A
(200A pulsed), max.. dissipation of 200W and a saturation voltage of 2V
Looks like a good "workhorse" for those who want to
experiment with IGBT's.
73, Rik ON7YD - OR7T
26/06/2009, you wrote:
havn't actually tried it myself on
137 kHz. But from past experience I'd say that while IGBTs may have less DC
loss, they are much slower (especially during turnoff). They can be used as
effient switches at some tens of kHz, whereas MOSFETs will easily go up to
- ----- Original Message -----
- From: F6CWN
- To: [email protected]
- Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2009 11:37 PM
- Subject: LF: IGBT in 136 KHz TX?
- Good night to all,
- Anybody would have any experience on the use of IGBT in
136 KHz amplifiers?
- Thanks in advance!
- 73: Jeff / F6CWN