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80 volt sine wave from 9 volts DC

Magic

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Phasor said:
Do you need a good quality wave, or just a rough wave?
I think it needs to be fairly good as I intend to mix two of these signals together, 14 KHz and 14,25 KHz in order to get the 250 difference frequency. The medium I will be passing the signals through is human flesh and the is not much reactance there to clean things up.
 

kinjalgp

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Colpitts Oscillator can solve your purpose.
It can produce fairly good sine waves at frequencies around 10kHz-1Mhz. Have a look at the schamatic.
http://www.electro-tech-online.com/threads/80-volt-sine-wave-from-9-volts-dc.271/
The output of this oscillator when fed to a step-up transformer will produce high voltage sine-waves. The inductor used can be of variable reluctance type to vary the freqyency. Also you can use variable capacitor.
 
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Magic

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kinjalgp said:
Colpitts Oscillator can solve your purpose.
It can produce fairly good sine waves at frequencies around 10kHz-1Mhz. Have a look at the schamatic.
http://www.electro-tech-online.com/threads/80-volt-sine-wave-from-9-volts-dc.271/
The output of this oscillator when fed to a step-up transformer will produce high voltage sine-waves. The inductor used can be of variable reluctance type to vary the freqyency. Also you can use variable capacitor.
Thanks a lot kinjalgp
 
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