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Title: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 05, 2009, 02:08:52 am


Woohaa , my first youtube video ever .... And its a good one .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 05, 2009, 11:00:40 am
looks like its functioning very good, great job
how you built it, on a breadboard?
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 05, 2009, 15:45:19 pm
yes , on a breadboard alan , was alot of troubleshoothing involved here . I did alot of reading these last few weeks .

thx for being the first to comment alan .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 06, 2009, 02:39:23 am
EASY-GATING ?  EZEE-GATING ? EASY-GATE ?  What did you name it ?  It sure looks ease.  How much you selling it for ?  You sure have done some work here.  When is it ready for the market ?  Keep up the good work.
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 06, 2009, 02:55:43 am
will be ready in less than 2 weeks .

for you im selling for a special price .

It IS easy to play with .

Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 06, 2009, 11:07:48 am
sorry radiant , I was responding to you post

you aid something like this: good job dankie , I like how your circuits doesnt gate the chip directly and uses all logic gates .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 06, 2009, 11:30:14 am
awesome work dankie..  we have acheived so much gain this past year its amazing how far we have gotten.. keep it up i think i can see the end of the yellow brick road lol. we are almost to emerald city.
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 06, 2009, 11:42:14 am
Great circuit Dankie....my manual gating of the chip with a 555 is giving me a lil' bit of pain  :-\
I like how your circuit uses all logic gates and doesn't attempt to gate the chip directly with a .5v signal ::Thumbs Up::

Well, have you tried the Electrojolt circuit?
I did and its doing great and costs just a view bucks.

Steve
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 06, 2009, 20:38:49 pm
@Steve
No I haven't tried the Jolt...but, on breadboard my circuit worked fine. Once I soldered it up it didnt work right...so Im gonna redo it on breadboard.
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 11, 2009, 06:48:07 am
Im almost done , I added a few things .

I added the  possibility t to run 2 transistors without more than connecting 1 single wire . The pulses perfection wil be fully protected both in 2 transistor and single transistor .

I added a new chip so now we go can from 1-20 pulses .

Will be indicating on pcb where to place your frequency counter ( or I can do it for you )

Using bix tough sp10t switch for pulses , very rugged , no need for crappy small screwdriver anywhere .

Will be selling these soon .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 14, 2009, 23:26:10 pm
Ok I have completed my circuit . I am quite happ with the squareness and the risetime .

I have added more pulses , you can now go up to 20 pulses .

You can gate and pulse and 2 transistors , as in what Stan says in his litterature . As in , you can pulse continuously with one transistor while the other transistor on the negative rail gates the pulse train . All this is done perfectly with no overlapping ever .

You can also use the normal 1 transistor setup on the positive rail wich has all the caracteristics as in my video

You can also use signal and inverted signal for an AC like transformer driving oscillator  wich is also gatable and overlap protection .

All on a nice calculator sized pcb .

I will be selling these for  around 220$ + shipping

These are the first 3 pcb , will verify their performance .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 16, 2009, 23:44:38 pm
The pcb's have been ordered . I couldnt ask for more out of a manual pulsing unit .

There is absolutely zero drift with the frequency , perfectly square 50/50 100% accurate on every single pulse , this does not suffer from the bug of the 555 wich has a first pulse 16% larger .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 16, 2009, 23:47:38 pm
Have a video of it making gas ?
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 17, 2009, 00:06:32 am
No , but I have a video of it showing how easy it is to get a pulse train going , pulse train 50/50 of your liking with adjustable harmonics .

That is the whole point .

I am now working on my new invention , a new tool that I will be using .

All these tools I make for myself first and foremost because they are none out there , I consider them important and this research important . Those who feel the same way can purchase these things from me unless they have the time to do it themselves .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 17, 2009, 06:25:16 am
http://pyroflatulence.tv/?p=45

This thread has a quote in there thast very very inriguing , it is one of the reasons I made this pwm .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 17, 2009, 11:08:02 am
http://pyroflatulence.tv/?p=45

This thread has a quote in there thast very very inriguing , it is one of the reasons I made this pwm .
26-OCT-2008 Okay, that’s doing something.  Now the scanner stops when the PLL locks, and this has a big effect.  The Triad still isn’t putting out the voltage that it should, but I’m getting a few tiny bubbles, what I might call an hour-old Alka-Seltzer.  I hooked up the cell directly (no VIC transformer) but with chokes, and I saw some hot spot frequencies.  There was one around 44KHz, but that spot was not very stable and usually jumped to 22Khz or 11KHz fairly quickly.  Sometimes the scanning would rest at 22KHz, but more often between 10 and 11 KHz.  This is interesting in that these are (reasonable) harmonics of each other and so this would tend to indicate something good.  Sometimes the circuit would jump to these points on it’s own, but more often I would cycle the power and these occured on first scan.


Dankie: At what is the PLL locking? Resonance at the chokes?

Steve
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 17, 2009, 12:58:27 pm
Resonance at the chokes,  I also do think that:
the pll coil becomes high, not of weed but when the emf in the pll coil is not countered by the chokes' fields.
So the pll coil is a detector for an event in the chokes, depending on how they are wound relative to eachother:
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 17, 2009, 13:13:54 pm
The pcb's have been ordered . I couldnt ask for more out of a manual pulsing unit .

There is absolutely zero drift with the frequency , perfectly square 50/50 100% accurate on every single pulse , this does not suffer from the bug of the 555 wich has a first pulse 16% larger .
you work very fast , what application did you use to design the pcb?
how much for pcb only, so ppl can assemble themselves?
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 17, 2009, 16:40:46 pm
The pcb's have been ordered . I couldnt ask for more out of a manual pulsing unit .

There is absolutely zero drift with the frequency , perfectly square 50/50 100% accurate on every single pulse , this does not suffer from the bug of the 555 wich has a first pulse 16% larger .

Wrong, when a 555 is used with a voltage comparator it does not generate the 1st pulse any different that any other pulse. It is 100% accurate.
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 28, 2009, 06:30:00 am
Ok the project is done . And my scope is finished , it is dying on me more and more everyday , Its now impossible for me to even stop and see a pulse train . I simply hate working with this scope because it takes about 10 minutes of tweaking before I see something . But  I still did it , it works , Im now done with my pcb and waiting on a component for final assembly , after that it will be ready to market .

Tiny square the size of a cd , this includes room for 3 nice sized heatsinks ( they are up like buildings tho ) , Its about the size of the jolt circuit . The oscillator IC i use is good up to 1 Mhz ,  I am using  3 very reliable cmos compatible 2 amps yet tiny pre-mosfet driver with their respective bypass caps for each of their power mosfets . There will never be such a thing as a burned out Mosfet , you caan go up to 20 AMPS , 160 volts ( all contained in a little cd square ) , the switching will be clean and crisp and as fast as possible for those massive spike . If you provide that BEMF protection diode , you wont have any problems, ever .

For the Boyce side I am using pretty much everything I already got . You can run only your main frequency ( faster ) , , the other 2 frequencies will simply latch on to w/e phase you choose ( done with a potentiometer ) you can start f/2 , f/4(  independently if you wish , or f/4 can be locked to f/2 ) .  You start either anywhere between  -45 degs from the starting edge and +45 degs  from the failing edge of that 44khz first octave ( always locked to that window ) .  How I do this is my own method and does not involve any of the Banki circuit , in fact , I am using no timer chips whatsoever . Each of these frequencies has the possiblitiy to be gated , with a  phase locked gating ( again ) , either 2,3,4,5,6 pulses , inverted from eachother ( or not ) . All these pulses are always 50% duty cycle and always 100% perfect/complete .

I am also using 1 chip  less than Banki if I dont count the gating . :P

You can also use it as Square wave A/C like inverter driver for other experiments

This is the best oscillator system ever conceived , its flexibility , multi-application aspects makes it the only "manual" tool an experimenter could ever want or need . All cmos logic good from  5 to 14 volts for the control side ( do not go above 14 ) , each power mosfet has his own seperate  input and output tho . 100% latchup free and 100% perfect pulses everytime , Pulse your VIC with 1 transistor 2 by simply plugging a lead and 1 resistor , all the same without any difference whatsoever . Multi-adaptable phase locked gating with duty cycle control over that or simply manual . Do whatever pulsing sequence your mind can come up with  . Harmonics manual toggling for that fast switching possiblity .

Either it be Meyers , Tesla , TPU, Bob Boyce , you up and coming OU experimenters will finally have something decent to play with , it does it better , faster , squarer + you know whats going on . You can easily buy those 7$ frequency counters , you dont need a scope to see and make sure your pulsing is not crappy .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on June 28, 2009, 19:23:26 pm
So I will be keeping the names of the IC's after all , so if you blow up ur stuff with scalar waves or w/e , you can repair it , if you dont loose your pcb its good for life .

I will however use a masked pcb , so it will be very hard for any of these copycat resellers out there to steal my intelectual property without hacking thought and hacking the board . If he succeeds , it will still be difficult for him to make this a pcb  , so theres alot of troubles involved .

I will be explaining to people who buy from me the key areas for future expansion and exactly all the xtra features that I put , if you wish to use an EEC its there already , needs only 1 jumper wire. , theres alot there to play around with .

I will be selling the boards + all components for 150 , you build it and assemble @ home .

Or for 250$  I will assemble it for you , for 300$ with all 3 frequency counters .

Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 09, 2009, 15:06:39 pm
Ok the phase delay boyce type pwm is done , altho I wont be using it for any of Bob Boyce's crap , I will be using it for this rife beam I wanna make and some other experiments related to "entrainment potential" . I can say that the Meyers intuitive harmonics oscillator was much easier to do . I like this technique  better than a simple time delay because you know where you are ,here you have a visual reference , if your ramp is cut out , you have a too small capacitor or a too low resistance , so your brain can go "oh , I must change cap or turn the pot" . With a time delay you have a rc network wich you cant see or understand , you basically have to keep a mathematical approx count , otherwise you are off time and cant see shit on your scope . + I heard that Les Banki never solved his jitter issues , I know my jitters are not so bad and far far from best conditions possible .

how I do this is with a ramp wave and a comparator + some other logic stuff , alot of chips for this circuit .

It is very tricky to get a good noise free ramp wave , this was a difficult circuit to achieve an I am still not 100% satisfied . On the prototype pcb there will be 2 ramp generators , the best one will be kept .I didnt try the buffered one yet but this one will need to be tried on a pcb anyways since all r-r op amps are SOT parts . I get light jitters right now as the comparator latches on to little bumps of noise on the ramp . I moved my scope and everything to the basement and it was much much better , hardly visible jitter . , so I know this is noise related . So basically I am done with this , I will make a guide regarding how to use it and that will be end of my journey with this circuit .

http://www.maxim-ic.com/appnotes.cfm/an_pk/3655

http://images.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=http://www.elecfree.com/electronic/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/ramp-generator-by-lm334.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.elecfree.com/electronic/ramp-generator-by-lm334/&usg=__0suBEvCo8U-iD9mz9mY9bGhSwfs=&h=272&w=563&sz=30&hl=en&start=1&um=1&tbnid=dvRD0slLSqO3zM:&tbnh=64&tbnw=133&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dramp%2Bgenerator%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26um%3D1

I expect the buffered one to be better tho , there will be no noise  with a higher amps replicas of that wave  , the op amp will smooth it out even more . I am sure both will work fine on a pcb , a pcb in an aluminium grounded box will be 1000 times better , with tantalum craps low leak , 100000 times better .I am not working in ideal conditions for noise, breadboard , cheap caps , open air ,long wires + I got a ballast near me .

There will be lots to play with here , lots and lots of pots and switches and options . It will take a while for you guys to even know how to use it lol .

 
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 09, 2009, 23:45:38 pm
Ok I made it work with no jitters , on a breadboard with no enclosure .

It is quite finicky to say the least , pot and capacitor will matter here , with a cheap regular china pot I dont think this can work  , circuit layout and enclosement will also matter  .

Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 10, 2009, 01:09:13 am
how much for this bob boyce thing
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 10, 2009, 03:15:24 am
I cant say right now . I am not finished yet .

I am working on something else now .

I will be finished in about 2-3 weeks .

Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 11, 2009, 04:53:03 am
check out this patent i found

AC powered electrical control device with logic level control
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 17, 2009, 18:01:34 pm
Ok I  97% done .

I am reallyt really bored by this frustrating shit , but I managed to get a nice logic going and a real nice sinewave going . everything is alwayts perfectly locked to 3 phase exactly like an alternator would .

Basicly control this by impulses first and then transfer squarewaves to nice sinewave that goes from + to - , then I amplify and re-amplify with a lm675 big $$ amplifier (x 3) and thats it , there is no difference between this and an alternator . You can choose to buy 3 more amplifiers an hook them up to effectively get a second lockeced in alternator signal . Obviously this is much more power efficient than a mechanical drive device that turns the alternator , and the power usage stays the same  w/e the frequency unlike an alternator .

Im too bored now , I said I would emulate an alternator and I did , it can go up to 10khz and a bit more , 3 indential phases with up to 5 amps each , 10 amps if I chose the best of the best amplifier from national but that will be something for you to worry about . you can operate this amp with either 2 batteries , 4 or 6 , is is operated in dual supply mode ofc .

Si basicly I am done , I am not gonna add some dc offset or w/e since I dont know what his offset really is , I cant see how he can lower and up both I dunno , for that to be done it must be with sepoerate signals - and + by diode . Since I am not sure about this I will simply not do it .

I am adding this to the pcb , final verifications

What do do afer that doesnt matter to me

I have not yet decided on a price yet , I have yet to see all my material cost . Itll be in the ranges of 300$ to 400$ assembled .

I am not offering this as a make it yourself @ home after due to the difficulty of assembly . ( Perhaps for very proven experimenters I will cut the some slack... Electrojolt and who else ?? Nobody else I think...)

so we have 3 rather awesome things here .

My patented "harmonics oscillator"

My trademarked "Ez Boycie" :P

And my licensed "digital alternator"
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 17, 2009, 19:55:19 pm
awesome gr8 job
huge learning experience for sure
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 17, 2009, 20:12:33 pm
awesome gr8 job
huge learning experience for sure

thx you alan .

yes there was alot of ups and downs and boring reading . Also some learning .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 17, 2009, 20:17:33 pm
The digital controlled 3 phase sine generator is for stephen meyer's setup, right?



Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 17, 2009, 20:27:23 pm
The digital controlled 3 phase sine generator is for stephen meyer's setup, right?

correct .

It was my intention to make some sort of synthetized ac signal and lock it to 120 degrees .

But the board is an all-in-1

You cant buy seperatly , you buy all and pay for all .

I spent countless hours on each section , I went the extra mile on everything to assure to get the best quality possible .

I am now working on the pcb and remodelling it to assure the lowest noise possible for critical areas such as the ramp wave area .

I am now taking orders , I will officially start selling once I get the pcb and all is good and no mistakes , thats in about 3 weeks .
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 18, 2009, 02:17:17 am
Wow Dankie, you have come a long way.
 
And if I can can say so, I'm very proud for you and to be a member here at the IonizationX board.
Seems you have taken a liking to the electronics to establish some very diverse signal circuits.
 
I only see good things to come from this!
 
Keep it up.
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 18, 2009, 11:05:51 am
Dankie,
 
It would be nice if you could show us some pictures of the waves of yr circuit. Or a nice video...
I am happy to see you developing ;)
 
Steve
Title: Re: Dankie's intuitive hamonics oscillator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 18, 2009, 17:53:42 pm
Dankie,
 
It would be nice if you could show us some pictures of the waves of yr circuit. Or a nice video...
I am happy to see you developing ;)
 
Steve

I dont have a cam right now .

I am gonna make the video on functionnality once I receive my pcb ,there is much switches and stuff and pots that I dont feel like doing on my breadboard .
Title: Re: Dankie's dc analog alternator
Post by: Login to see usernames on July 25, 2009, 01:32:51 am
This is my dc powered sine wave processor .

It can operate anywhere fropm 5-18 volts . ]

The signal does seem toi peak like 10% from 500hz to 10khz but its just an illusion of light .

It can go from 50 hz to 10khz .

I am still working on a good power amplification stage . Almost done .

It doesnt move a bi from 50hz to 10khz .

enter this forum and see master oscillator re-dux post , I cant seem to get my video link to appear


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