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Impedance Matching
« on: April 23, 2009, 04:49:59 am »
i have talked with Dr. William Gerard Hurley......the reason why my signal and power are not being dumped into the cell is becuase the coil and wfc are not matched.......stephen meyer has spoken about impedance matching.......

so this is a section dedicated to impedance matching between the coil and wfc.

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2009, 05:08:36 am »
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impedance_matching

Impedance matching is the electronics design practice of setting the input impedance (ZL) of an electrical load equal to the fixed output impedance (ZS) of the signal source to which it is ultimately connected, usually in order to maximize the power transfer and minimize reflections from the load. This only applies when both are linear devices.
The concept of impedance matching was originally developed for electrical power, but can be applied to any other field where a form of energy (not just electrical) is transferred between a source and a load.

Matching is obtained when ZL = ZS*.
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/Source_and_load_circuit_Z.png)

Terminology

Sometimes the term "impedance matching" is used loosely to mean "choosing impedances that work well together" instead of "making two impedances complex conjugate". The looser interpretation includes impedance bridging, where the load impedance is much larger than the source impedance. Bridging connections are used to maximize the voltage transfer, not the power transfer.
With modern audio electronics, impedance matching degrades audio performance;[1][2] impedance bridging is used instead.


hmm... maybe we want impedance bridging instead... this is a voltage process, and it is in the "audio range" as stan says in the NZ video

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2009, 05:25:12 am »
I'd say its impossible for your enginer guy to know what exactly you were talking about .

what is happening here is something relating to vortexes , and shapes , space , geometry , opposing fields .


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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2009, 06:03:34 am »
he builds circuits for solar panels.....he designs tracking systems and says the problem with a signal degrading would be lack of matched impedance between the inductor and capacitor.......

just telling everyone what i have been told.

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2009, 07:22:53 am »
at resonance the impedances match.

Zl = Zs*
<=> jwL = -(1/jwC)

which is what you are looking for.

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2009, 04:53:42 am »
yes but the problem is is that i have sweeped and have gotten no success in finding "resonance" which lead me to believe it was something else that was still not right....i still have to try the last bifilar configuration.....hopefully.

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #6 on: April 24, 2009, 15:30:32 pm »
what do you mean with no success?
there are several ways to find resonance, i'd calculate it and then search in the frequency range for current and voltage to be in phase.
that must happen sooner or later  ???

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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #7 on: April 24, 2009, 15:57:06 pm »
You shorted your wire thats why , if you pumped 60 volts in the input you shorted your wire , since 5 volts gave you 1 kv ... What you need now is to fuckin pay attention dude .


The coils should be wound red/green/red/green  anyways .



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