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Category:CAD editorsThis part is for information only and is not intended for use in the design of commercial products. Conceptual sketch The sketch in Figure 1 is based on the conceptual circuit diagram in Figure 2. Figure 2 is a simplified view of the idea, showing the bases for a device which will make it possible to generate a low frequency (LC resonant) signal using a higher frequency (HF) signal. Figure 2 - A view of the sketch The main component is a transformer with ferrite core and winding. The core is an insulator which is smaller than the diameter of the winding. It is important that the core be on the surface of the winding which has the HF frequency. The dimensions shown for the core are a sample calculation. The other component is a step-up transformer with secondary winding. The secondary winding is another winding with a higher resistance than the primary winding. The primary winding is the winding with the LF frequency which will be connected to the transformer and the secondary winding is connected to the HF source. To get an LF oscillator using a HF source requires a step-up transformer. If the HF frequency is 5 MHz then the LF oscillator would be 5 MHz which is a very low frequency. There would be no value in using such an oscillator. The frequency of the LF oscillator would be 100 times less than the frequency of the HF source. There is another reason for using a transformer with a core surface on the winding to generate the LF signal. Capacitors are prone to varying in their capacitance. For example, the capacitance might be 100 nF, then later it may be 100,000 nF and again at a later time it may be 10,000 nF. When a capacitor is connected to a source of alternating current (AC), the source will step up the voltage of the current so that it is higher than what is is connected to the capacitor. This would work just fine, but it takes power to change the capacitance and the step-up transformer will change the capacitance of the capacitor with time. So, the capacitor will not be constant in capacitance and the oscillator will not stay at the same frequency. With the small core of the transformer the LF signal will be high enough in voltage to get over the winding resistance. The coil winding in the transformer will increase the capacitance in a very small way. This means that the

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