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Coreless printed-circuit board transformers for signal and energy transfer

Coreless printed-circuit board transformers for signal and energy transfer

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The authors describe the optimal use of a printed-circuit board transformer with minimum power consumption. The proposed transformer is much smaller than a standard pulse transformer and is suitable for both signal and energy transfer. It can be operated in the megaHertz frequency range. With the use of modulation/demodulation circuits, it can be used for digital signal transmission over a wide frequency range from DC to ~300 kHz. The proposal can replace core-based transformers in many low-power applications.

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      • Hui, S.Y.R., Tang, S.C.: `Coreless printed-circuit-board transformers', US, , February 1998.
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