All my voltage multiplier experiments listed in one place.

I’ve been writing a series of posts about how to solder, and realized that I have a couple of other rather long series of posts on particular subject. One series is about my RF camera and the other is about voltage multipliers. I decided to organize those posts with a table of contents like I did for the how to solder posts.

For easy reference, here’s a list of all my posts on voltage multipliers:

  1. Diodes and capacitors and volts - Oh, my! - Let’s talk about voltage multipliers.
  2. Voltage multipliers - Part 1 The Villard voltage doubler - Start with the simple things.
  3. Voltage multipliers - Part 2 The Greinacher voltage doubler - Getting better.
  4. Voltage multipliers - Part 3 The Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier - The big league.
  5. Voltage multipliers - Part 4 More on the Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier - Why do something that looks like a problem?
  6. Voltage multipliers - Part 5 Tying it all together - Haven’t we met before?
  7. Voltage multipliers - Part 6 Impedance and current in voltage multipliers - Where did my voltage go?
  8. Voltage multipliers - Part 7 Impedance of the Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier - That got complicated real quick.
  9. Voltage multipliers - Part 8 Wrap up - Enough’s enough.
  10. A voltage multiplier and a crazy idea - Re-modulating the subflexive fasarta.
  11. Voltage multipliers - Part 9 Failure modes - Virtually releasing the magic smoke.

If I write further posts on voltage multipliers, I’ll link them in here.

If there’s some aspect of voltage multipliers that I haven’t touched but that you’d like to read about, leave a request in the comment section below.