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Old 2nd April 2012, 12:41 PM   #881
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...... but a delay must be imposed on the drain supply so that it comes only when the bias voltage is present.......
@ ilimzn thanks to you again for the long remarks....

@Salas I get my Hammonds in a week and I will try your Shunt Reg for Suburras SIT, no exotic parts besides K117GR I only have K170GR....
and is there a small delay for the drain voltage implemented, I suppose so..
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and to take in consideration the delay of drain current I suggest in my Mufollower the following change ...
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@Salas I get my Hammonds in a week and I will try your Shunt Reg for Suburras SIT, no exotic parts besides K117GR I only have K170GR....
and is there a small delay for the drain voltage implemented, I suppose so..
There are points of concern especially when substituting JFETs, ask me in the Simplistic regulators thread before you start making.
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There are points of concern especially when substituting JFETs, ask me in the Simplistic regulators thread before you start making.
Oh Salas, no extra work for you ....

I ordered the SK117GR!
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What did you mean.....?
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I started to respond to #879, then realized I have other things to do.
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also the reason why self-bias is recommended for those types of triodes. In triode-speak, a VFET/SIT is a low voltage, extremely high transconductance triode, so it actually falls in this category.
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I started to respond to #879, then realized I have other things to do.
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