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Inventor:
Rogers; Jimmy Dale
Address:
Dallas, TX
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4047120 Transient suppression circuit for push-pull switching amplifiers September 6, 1977
A protective coupling circuit is located between the D.C. supply voltage the amplifier components of a push-pull switching amplifier to suppress transients created during switching. The coupling circuit comprises a power supply filter with an inductor coil and capacitor, and circuitry
4028633 Drive control to prevent simultaneous conduction in push-pull switching amplifier June 7, 1977
A drive circuit responsive to the phase of the amplifier output current eres that the non-conducting amplifier element remains off while the other amplifier element conducts. The output current phase can be detected either from the individual amplifier element outputs or from their










 
 
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