push-pull circuit

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push-pull circuit

[ˌpʊʃpʊlˈsɜːkɪt] Ncircuito m de contrafase, circuito m equilibrado
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The expediency of using parallel switching up to 5 transistors in each arm of a push-pull circuit allows increasing the current in the transducer or increasing the voltage due to the use of high-frequency broadband transformers.
From the transformer output T1, rectangular pulses in antiphase go to the transistors gates Q1 and Q2, switched on in a push-pull circuit. Switching on transistors at the same time ensures the sequential opening of only one of them and closing of the other one.
Rectangular pulses from the output of the second transformer go to the transistors gates Q7 and Q8 (IRF540N), also included in the push-pull circuit. The stage on transistors Q7 and Q8 serves to amplify rectangular pulses in voltage and current sufficient for the key output stage operation on IGBT transistors Q9 and Q10, Q11 and Q12 (IRG4PC50F), included in pairs in each arm of the push-pull circuit.
Besides the logic control modules and output line, an optocoupler module, a push-pull circuit driving the pulse generator circuit and an isolation module is included.
The components to be delivered include 1.2m long, inductively loaded cavity - including radiant and ceramic insulating gap (Gap), the required power lines and switching circuits, the tetrodenbasierten power amplifier in the push-pull circuit, and the control circuits for the stabilization of the generated high-frequency voltage, and where appropriate, the components of frequency setting.
For this reason, the photovoltaic cells are connected in a push-pull circuit, producing two output signals [I.sub.1] and [I.sub.2] in symmetry with respect to the zero line and electrically phase-shifted by 90 degrees.
Secondly, a push-pull circuit configuration, shown in Figure 8, can be used.
For linearity purposes, class AB is used with the push-pull circuit configuration to improve linearity compared to class B operation and efficiency compared to class A operation.
The use of push-pull circuits recovers half of the input signal, yet the crossover distortion due to the transition region makes the use of class B rare.
He holds patents for Gunn oscillator and for push-pull circuits.