I am trying to build a 1553 military standard bus transceiver (analog front end) and I am required to use a single power supply of 3.3 V. To be able to receive, my comparators need supplies of +/- 3.3-10 V to generate the right CMOS logic levels. To transmit, I need even higher voltage supplies for current feedback drivers to amplify 3.3 V logic levels to as high as 20 V peak to peak. I first thought of using a boost converter to first boost 3.3 V to 20 V, then use a rail splitter to get +/- 10 V. But the possible problem with that would be lower current drawn from 3.3 V supply which could be problem for current mode transmission.
What is the best way to distribute such supply levels from a single low supply voltage?
Plus any advise regarding 1553 analog front end bus transceiver implementation would be highly appreciable.