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Inventor:
Gordon; Jay M.
Address:
Keyport, NJ
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7706158 Amplifier with switchmode power supply April 27, 2010
An amplifier is driven by DC voltage from a switchmode power supply, whereby the switchmode power supply includes on the primary side a primary winding and bias supply winding. The bias supply winding supplies a reflected voltage from a secondary winding to a bias supply capacitor. T
5815386 Snubber for zero current switched networks September 29, 1998
An AC to DC converter employing a resonant circuit and an auxiliary controllable switch such that the main controllable switch is turned off at zero current. A coupled saturable inductor is connected to the resonant circuit and the associated switching diode so that the turnoff stress of










 
 
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