|[AMRadio] Re: Pw Supply|
ars.w5omr at gmail.com
Thu Dec 7 14:41:12 EST 2006
> Choke-input and capacitor-input filters have very different voltage
> outputs, not to mention dynamic voltage-regulation. Also,
> mercury-vapor rectifiers get VERY UNHAPPY looking into capacitor-input
> filters. If you use MV rectifiers, you MUST use a choke-input filter.
> With a choke input filter, you need to be cognizant of the minimum
> current being sourced from the supply and the required critical
> (minimumum) inductance of the choke. Do you have a period (1930's -
> 1950's) handbook you can review?
It's also found in the 1981 ARRL Radio handbook, and I suspect most all
others, in the Power Supply section.
The later editions just don't talk about MV rectifiers.
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