I'm an old-school developer with mostly linear-regulator experience and am looking for tips on picking the right 'boost' switching regulator for a specific project. It needs to take +5V in, either from a wall-wart or a battery, and give +10V out at 150-200ma. The device it's powering does low-level RF signal analysis in the 500kHz to 2MHz range, so I figured the switcher ought to run somewhere north of 2MHz. I initially tried a somewhat slower boost switcher with a built-in spread-spectrum 'noise abatement' feature that turned out to create a good deal of hash. This will be a low-production item utilizing a lot of discrete components, so a chip that can be hand-soldered would be appreciated. The LMR61428 is nice in this regard, but I wonder if its operating frequency can be pushed a bit higher in light of the limited current it needs to supply. Many thanks in advance for all words of wisdom.