Hi, I've got a 555 setup to spit out 59.6Hz at a 50% duty cycle. It drives the gate of a power mosfet, so it creates pulsed DC in an attempt to mimic AC. It works pretty well on small scales, but there are a bit more losses then usual. But when I try to drive something big, like a microwave oven transformer, the losses are quite high, and I can't draw the current and voltage I should be able to. Does anyone have any ideas on making the square wave that the MOSFET spits out into something a tad more transformer-friendly? I tried putting a 680uF capacitor in parallel in an attempt to turn it into a triangle wave atleast, but now luck. Any ideas? Thanks.