I want to make a ZVS flyback driver, but all the sites say to use 2 n-channel MOSFETs and I only have one powerful n-channel MOSFET. I have a bunch of p-channel MOSFETs, specifically, 2 of powerful Fairchild SFH9154 MOSFETs. I am wondering if there is a way to make a ZVS driver or at least some type of reliable flyback driver with a p-channel MOSFET and how I would do it. Also, does putting MOSFETs in parallel increase the "Tolerance" or make the Amperage rating higher?
Additional information: If one n-channel could be used in combination with p-channel, I have an IRFP450.
I also have about 15 IRF9450 p-channel transistors and a couple IRF610 n-channel (although I don't think they are great for high current applications).