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jorgeRodriguezconnecting two transistors operating from AC powerHi... I am new in this forum... Thanks for accepting me. I have an colpitts oscillator operating with one single transistor fed from AC voltage coming from a very small power generation (about 10 Vpp). This transmitter is embedded on a device working at 120degC and I am receiving its transmission outside of the device at normal temperature..... I wonder if instead to transmit when the cycle of the generator is positive... why not to another transistor and also use the negative cycle as well.... My wondering is if one transistor is coming in short, must not affect the other and the oscillator should be still working with the remanding transistor. Thanks very much for any idea. Jorge Pretoria Monday, April 21, 2014
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