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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #24 on: August 20, 2009, 06:32:31 am »
I'd like to see a video of it powering a cell, then I'll consider.

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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #25 on: August 20, 2009, 13:22:04 pm »
I'd like to see a video of it powering a cell, then I'll consider.

Sure no problem , this will be done .

I wont make the impedance matchings tho  ::) , I'll just hook it up to  a cell and show you the waveform and amp draw .
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« Reply #26 on: October 07, 2009, 23:02:31 pm »
http://plitron.com/audio_elec.asp

http://www.plitron.com/PDF/pat4133-ES.pdf

Here is what I wanna use for my step up .

I am aiming for 600 volts from a 12 volt supply or 600 volt from a 24 volt supply .

Most large caps become to bulky and uncommon past 600 volt .

An already wound toroid ( NO NOISE ) thats built for the so called audio range .

If these cost more than 50$ each I am screwed , I want 3 or 6 of these .
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« Reply #27 on: October 08, 2009, 03:57:26 am »
ROFL , 280$!!!!!!!!

Are these guys insane ? Thats a fuckin rip off for  10$ core and maybe 5$ of copper .

I will look elsewhere , I know this costs nothing to make seriously .

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« Reply #28 on: October 08, 2009, 22:26:46 pm »
http://www.justrealmusic.com/content/transformers.htm

Heres what I found @ 50:1 ratio

58$ is alot , I think I will just look for a lower step up , maybe 20:1 or 30:1 , if anybody knows where to find good cheap transformers with good setp up in the audio ranges plz let me know . Toroidal is has great benefits but I cant seem to find any good cheap ones . There just needs to be an isolation between the amplifier and cell circuit .

The frequency cutoff -3db must be AT LEAST  20khz , even that is a little low , my oscillator can go up to 20khz .

We are aiming for low frequencies here ,Puharich was using a 600 hz sine with an dc powered audio oscillator and tube amp stage , and the ringing was responsible for all those ghz range harmonics .



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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #29 on: December 28, 2009, 23:50:33 pm »
well guys i myself have only seen one stephen meyer patent until i believe yesterday... i think stephen changed his name to stephen barrie chambers, alberta canada..

my reasons are the assignee is xogen power inc..

i havent read them yet but there is 4. 3 seem to be the same while one is different, none are the one that has been seen to my prior knowlege...

I wonder if this Stephen Barrie is related to Meyers , who is this person ? Is it really his brother or another unrelated person ?


I will soon release the phase shift oscillator on this site , just drawing it up atm , it just seems like this circduit has no use besides the fraud of Bob Boyce and it therefore dead on arrival .

My 3 phase system will be ready soon , working non-stop @ my rate lol .

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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2009, 02:04:44 am »
someone said that stephen barrie was stans brother in law.. so it would be his sisters husband...  did he have a sister i dont know...

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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #31 on: December 29, 2009, 03:12:52 am »
Stan's twin brother is married.  Stan was married.  I don't recall Stephen Meyer in his interviews mentioning a sister.  I think it was just them.  So it may be one of the wive's sisters who is married to Stephen Chambers.  I don't know.  It all gets complicated and in the end doesn't matter.


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