Fwd: Transformer theory
Philip Miller Tate
Philmt59 at aol.com
Mon Sep 17 14:34:07 CDT 2007
> As a crystal radio enthusiast, I am keenly aware that a well-
> designed transformer is so often an elegant and passive alternative
> to complicated, active, silicon replacements. Or, as the Radio
> Shack guy said when I went in search of an audio output transformer
> for my first crystal set, "No, I think what you want, sir, is
> called a preamp..."
> Phil M1GWZ
> On 17 Sep 2007, at 16:13, fgentges at mindspring.com wrote:
>> I have only had a chance to scan this for now but it looks to be a
>> goldmine of info on designing and building transformers that go
>> 60 Hz pole pigs. There are also some other interesting looking tech
>> notes on that site. Transformers tend to be a technological step
>> to all the work with silicon these days.
>> I was frustrated in college when they only covered stuff the power
>> companies used and did not cover the "instrument" transformers. This
>> material should be covered in every EE course today.
>> It is surprising that this company would put so much information out
>> publicly. I hope they get suitably rewarded with transformer orders.
>> A copy belongs in every AMRAD members library.
>> Frank K0BRA
>> Andre Kesteloot wrote:
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