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Building a Hartley Oscillator - Choosing the tapped inductor value
Last Post 25 Aug 2013 11:52 PM by hasan huseyin. 1 Replies.
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somethingfree123
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11 Mar 2013 08:06 AM
    I found this circuit I want to try out but, the diagram I have doesn't show the actual inductor value that I need to use.

    In the attached: It shows the turns for L5. So, I assume the critical issue is to make sure I have the proper ratio on either side of the tap. But, I'm not sure. Can anyone help with the correct value for L5?

    Also, can anyone help find a source for a tapped inductor like this one? Mouser doesn't let you search by "turns":)

    Thanks.

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    hasan huseyin
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    25 Aug 2013 11:52 PM
    Hello,

    Could you find a solution? Because, i need also this circuit. If you find a solution, could you share with me pls?

    Thanks.
    Best regards


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