Use transistors instead of gate driver for gate drive transformer

I've been working on a solid state tesla cpil project.

I have a question about the driver circuit to drive pulse transformer.

If I input a modulated or interrupted waveform on the input of the transistor base pins, can this transistor arrangment drive the gate drive transformer properly?

• Are we supposed to know what "sstc" stands for? Also, define "properly" -- what do you think should happen? Apr 18 '20 at 12:03
• Opps sorry its stands for "solid state tesla coil" Apr 18 '20 at 12:04
• I just wanted to use this arrangemenf of transistors to drive the gate drive transformer Apr 18 '20 at 12:12

can these transistors arrangment drive the gate drive transformer properly

Look at this: -

If $$\R_L\$$ represents your transformer primary then the average voltage it receives will be half of Vcc or 6 volts. You MUST NOT allow this to happen with any transformer. To remedy this put a capacitor in series with the coil to force the average voltage on the primary to be 0 volts.

• Thank you very much mate Apr 18 '20 at 12:23
• "Thanks" around here is normally seen as up-voting of answers and then finally, when you are satisfied that you have the best answer, you formally accept said answer. I mention this because I see you have asked 5 questions now and you might want to address this before it becomes too much of a hurdle @MaheshMahesh Apr 18 '20 at 12:31