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Re: 3rd harmonic trap
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- Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 18:48:55 -0700
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Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I am wondering whether it would be possible to use a parallel-resonant
circuit in series with the primary of an SSTC as a "trap" to suppress
unwanted 3rd harmonic mode of oscillation.
Does anyone know if this is feasible or even desireable?
You could certainly do that, but don't think the difference would be
noticeable. There isn't that much harmonic energy present to begin with
and the inductive coupling to the tuned secondary wouldn't pass much of
whatever is there.