This is a follow up from Driving IRF540N with darlington
I came up with a different circuit that uses jfet op amps and smaller fets instead of gate pull up resistor:
The basic idea is that the opamps create a normal and an inverted 12V pwm signal. They open and close the 2N7000 fets. Those fets charge or discharge the gate of the power mosfet. Because the smaller fets are never opened at the same time, almost no current is needed to keep the power mosfet opened or closed. Much less power is discipated. And because of their very low open resistance, the power mosfet's stays less time in half opened state, allowing higher pwm frequency and increasing efficiency.
The jfet opamps are fast enough to be used at higher frequencies (slew 13V/us). I'm not sure how fast can they fully open or cose the smaller fets. Max output current of the opamps is limited but I do not see it in the datasheet. (At least the gate of the 2N7000 has far less capacitance than the IRF540N.)
Would this work better than the previous design? Would it work at all?