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Re: Variable Voltage Amplitude Control
« Reply #32 on: April 20, 2009, 01:04:37 am »
yes incorrect.

stop being a follower.

and incase you forgot....

those wave forms are incorrect.

you need to become hands on dankie and stop all of your unintelligent rambles once and for all.



So these waveforms are incorrect yet you have had em once ?

How did you get those if they were incorrect , plz show us a picture and I'll be on my way .


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Re: Variable Voltage Amplitude Control
« Reply #33 on: April 20, 2009, 01:14:33 am »
trial and error with different setups.

sorry but i have BEEN HANDS ON with so many different methods that it is difficult for me to re-create a specific waveform when i no longer have my original setup do to experimental limitations.

i don't want you to be on your way.

i want you to stop bringing poorly thought out attacks.

it honestly isn't even worth my time anymore to argue with child-like tendencies.

i have seen enough to know what is going on in the current stages of my attempts.

and the only reason i am responding to you right now is becuase you happen to catch me as i was writing another section.

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Re: Variable Voltage Amplitude Control
« Reply #34 on: April 20, 2009, 01:25:19 am »
trial and error with different setups.

sorry but i have BEEN HANDS ON with so many different methods that it is difficult for me to re-create a specific waveform when i no longer have my original setup do to experimental limitations.

i don't want you to be on your way.

i want you to stop bringing poorly thought out attacks.

it honestly isn't even worth my time anymore to argue with child-like tendencies.

I have seen enough to know what is going on in the current stages of my attempts.
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and the only reason i am responding to you right now is becuase you happen to catch me as i was writing another section.

What setup was that with , its either this of your other bifilar setup since thats your OU history really ...nothing complex really , lets not makes things more complicated than they need to be .

You say you have this waveform before so it must have been with a bifilar , this is a bifilar , same exact thing .

Now since you know how to get this waveform do it and test it out and post a picture... whats so complicated ?

You dont seem very hand-on to me lad , burning through mosfets like that ...

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Re: Variable Voltage Amplitude Control
« Reply #35 on: April 20, 2009, 01:28:46 am »
oh canada.

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Re: Variable Voltage Amplitude Control
« Reply #36 on: April 20, 2009, 01:30:19 am »
alright so i have devised another attempt to overcome the amplitude resistance issue.

i will be using 2 mosfets.

i think i will have no alligator clips left to spare.

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Re: Variable Voltage Amplitude Control
« Reply #37 on: April 20, 2009, 17:26:51 pm »
that wire god damnit.