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Need Help in Power Management...

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Harros

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Hi guys, i have designed this circuit for my transmitter. But i want to drive it using battery, is it possible to do so? Any suggestion on the regulators and the type of batteries that i can use for this circuit?
 

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mneary

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That's an interesting "transmitter".

You need to define your intentions a lot better. What power do you want? Does it need to be stable? Does your frequency need to be stable? What controls your frequency? I'm too lazy to simulate this for you; what is your intended frequency? What is your efficiency goal? Do you intend to modulate it?
 

Harros

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mneary said:
That's an interesting "transmitter".

You need to define your intentions a lot better. What power do you want? Does it need to be stable? Does your frequency need to be stable? What controls your frequency? I'm too lazy to simulate this for you; what is your intended frequency? What is your efficiency goal? Do you intend to modulate it?

The transmitter is to transmit a simple (unmodulated) sine wave at 1.07 MHz. The power at the load resister is around 100mW. Meaning that I am going to transmit the sine wave at 100mW... This transmitter is meant for the Near Field Electromagnetic Ranging system...
 

Harros

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mneary said:
That's an interesting "transmitter".

You need to define your intentions a lot better. What power do you want? Does it need to be stable? Does your frequency need to be stable? What controls your frequency? I'm too lazy to simulate this for you; what is your intended frequency? What is your efficiency goal? Do you intend to modulate it?

Am I doing it in the right way for this transmitter?
 
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