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Old 21st December 2003, 10:10 AM   #1
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Old 1st January 2004, 01:33 PM   #3
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I haven't tried it. But CFPs on MOSFETs, especially the non-lateral types, are tough to get to work. they usually break into parasitic oscillation at the smallest disturbances.
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Old 1st January 2004, 01:42 PM   #4
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<B>Copyrighted material.</B> There was an update in 2001/2002 that sufficiently dealt with oscillations in some implementations.
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Old 1st January 2004, 10:46 PM   #5
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I haven't tried it. But CFPs on MOSFETs, especially the non-lateral types, are tough to get to work. they usually break into parasitic oscillation at the smallest disturbances.

Hi Millwood,

CFPs ? Can you be more specific? Thank you!



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Complentary Feedback Pair=> a topology of 2 complementary transistors wired together a certain way.

See this thread were these things are discussed briefly:

"Super-Pair" I/V for TDA1543
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Just a suspicion, but the oscillation that Millwood mentions may be the reason for the reason for the resistors between the emmitters of the BD139/40 and the drains of the FETs. In a CF-type BJT ouptut section, the emitters of the drivers and the collectors of the output devices are directly connected. Putting resistors in between may be intended to reduce the tendency to oscillate. Just a guess.

At the same time I notice that the gate stopper resistors are only 15-ohms. These also are intended to suppress oscilation, but that looks like an awfully low value. I'm more used to seeing 400-1k ohms used for these.

The placement of the rail fuses is a bit brave, at least from the perspective of one who has found more than one way to short an amp!

What is the origin of this schematic? Was/is it a commercial product?
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Complentary Feedback Pair=> a topology of 2 complementary transistors wired together a certain way.

See this thread were these things are discussed briefly:

"Super-Pair" I/V for TDA1543
Thanks JP!

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so this should work?
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Old 2nd January 2004, 10:03 AM   #10
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Yes,

it DOES work; I have 2 of them myself, and they work without any problems, no oscillation or whatsoever.
@rtirion: the "update" for the oscillation-problem was NOT for this amplifier, it was for the upgraded version of this amp with a pair of GT20D101/GT20D201 IGBT's.

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