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core for inverter transformer

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by ruleworld, Sep 25, 2006.

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  1. ruleworld

    ruleworld Guest

    theft is their national occupation. every person from that country are
    son/daughter of thieves.
     
  2. Johnny Boy

    Johnny Boy Guest

    What's your problem? Please explain what you just said, you little shit.
     
  3. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "Johnny Boy"


    ** He is just pissed off, cos his dad could be any one of hundreds.




    ........ Phil
     
  4. Guest

    Phil happens to be right for once - you aren't capable of thinking
    straight.

    Of course, I might be prejudiced - Phil is Australain, and so am I, so
    insulting him on the basis of his nationality is also insulting me.

    There are - of course - many other, even more valid reasons to insult
    Phil, and taking offense at his nationality is tactically unsound. Not
    that insulting him on other grounds does much good either - there
    doesn't seem to be any effective way of getting the prick to modify his
    anti-social behaviour. He still knows regular transformers pretty well.

    Incidentally don't insult him on the basis of his service provider
    either - TPG is cheap, if nasty, and I use them myself when I am in
    Australia.
     
  5. Not really. The fine people of Oz are decended from "failed"
    criminals, ie they got caught and deported from the UK.

    The successful criminals, who were not caught, stayed in the UK, and
    prospered


    martin
     
  6. Guest

    Some Australians are descended from transportees, but the pedestrian
    fact of the matter is that most Australians are descended from
    perfectly ordinary immigrants who came out after transportation had
    ceased - as mine did. My wife's first Australain ancestor came out in
    1834, but as a practicing lawyer (so he had never got caught).
     
  7. Hmph - I think his people skills was right on the mark this time.
     
  8. Most inverters are square wave or use some circuitry to modify that. You
    could add a choke and capacitors to smooth it off some. If the 555 output is
    not symmetrical you could divide it by two first.

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