I am new to power electronics, and as of now I haven't had any formal education on the subject, so if possible, keep that in mind while reading/replying to this post.
I'm trying to design a plasma tweeter which can output frequencies around ultrasonic range (specifically 9kHz to 200kHz).
These things are usually designed to output human audible frequencies, so driving a flyback transformer at anything above human hearing range is fine. However, I need to produce an arc which modulates at a much higher frequency.
I am getting stuck, because the transformers I'm currently testing with have a frequency response < 100kHz.
My question is: Is there a transformer that I can drive above 200kHz which can also output high voltage?
I initially thought this would be a reasonably easy question to answer, but I soon realized that I know very little about transformers, especially when it comes to realization.