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« Reply #16 on: May 03, 2009, 03:51:50 am »
ha no that is wrong.

i will draw what i am talking about.

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« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2009, 03:53:43 am »
wrong as in not possible?

i dono if it is useful, but i would venture to guess it is possible

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« Reply #18 on: May 03, 2009, 04:19:04 am »
no your are correct in your drawings but that is not what is happening.....yes that can happen.....but that is not what is happening.....the signal isn't rounded....make it square so the amplitude is constant and that would be the input wave into the vic primary....i am scanning the images.

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« Reply #19 on: May 03, 2009, 04:29:01 am »
oh and the images below actually only show 3hz...but just pretend they are 5khz.

(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/pulses1.jpg)
(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/pulses2.jpg)

a very good statement
(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/hiitspermolecule.jpg)

so basically everything comes down to the coils resonant frequency....the coils resonant pulse in this case would be the 2,500 input pulses which would turn into the 5,000 pulses.

the resonant frequency would be the 8 times a second over all pulse.....that is resonance between the inductor and capacitor.

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« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2009, 04:34:41 am »
so if he is using a wave then the reason for gating would make sense...... i am seeing it as a 5 thousand cycles a second meanin one positive pulse and one negative pulse....(a cycle)......super imposing a half hertz gating signal will then create a 2500 UNIPOLAR pulses with a 50% duty cycle since the gating switches off on the negative half of the cycle....he uses the word discrete which means seperate so 2,500 seperate pulses.......interesting.

-----> Well, by using a .5 Hz Gating on a 5Khz pulsing, that means the circuit will be pulsing 5Khz for  1 second, and during that one second, there will be 2500 On pulses.

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« Reply #21 on: May 03, 2009, 04:36:11 am »
haha that is right.. like i keep sayn signal 49axxx49n is the signal in the primary of the vic.. read this carefully and you will see my point..  lets say the variable are 6 volts analog and 10khz signal...  10khz is 10,000 hits in one second so a 50 percent duty would produce 5000 pulses in one second in 100 pulse gates meaning during 100 pulses 50 are on and 50 are off.. but those 100 pulse's that are 50 percent duty are considerd the waters resonance pulse and can be adjusted ..  so technicaly the water would be getting 100 step up pulses a second with 100 equal off times for the gate.........  there is a analog signal going into positve primary that is being gated out on the negative side.. so at 10khz and a 50 percent duty cycle i see the step up pulse having 50 on pulses and 50 of during 1 of the 50 cycles that are happening in 1 second... with that switching on and off and the analog inclining in same time frame your getting 50 on times and 50 off  during the off analog is still on and climbing so it explains where the multiplying frequency is coming from... with that analog climbing at a 45 degree time relative environment by the time off time switches back on the potentials pressure force has also climbed.. read around page 50 in the tech over and over again you will connect the dots.. look at the simple layout drawings for the circuits.. read the explanations of their jobs... it says word for word that positve (26) aka primary is recieving a variable amplitude analog pulse... and it also says the oppoosite side is conected to a fet for the frequency and they bother are on the some gate.. cant you see how theres 2 signals there?.. also one of the chokes are connected to the gated side of the primary as well.. it has somthing to do with superimposing the charge onto primary during gate off time? maybe helps with electron bounce or somthin?

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« Reply #22 on: May 03, 2009, 04:47:22 am »
oh yea, i know the vic takes square waves, i'm just learning random things about diodes, reifications, gating and such...

good explanation

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« Reply #23 on: May 03, 2009, 05:00:37 am »
so if he is using a wave then the reason for gating would make sense...... i am seeing it as a 5 thousand cycles a second meanin one positive pulse and one negative pulse....(a cycle)......super imposing a half hertz gating signal will then create a 2500 UNIPOLAR pulses with a 50% duty cycle since the gating switches off on the negative half of the cycle....he uses the word discrete which means seperate so 2,500 seperate pulses.......interesting.

-----> Well, by using a .5 Hz Gating on a 5Khz pulsing, that means the circuit will be pulsing 5Khz for  1 second, and during that one second, there will be 2500 On pulses.

alright so let me clear this up here.....so there are 5,000 cycles a second but the gating is half a cycle a second (let's say the negative half of the cycle) so there will be then 2,500 cycles in between every half cycle of nothing.

so then if meyers is using pulses as input then there are 2,500 on pulses with 50 percent duty cycle for half of the cycle and the other half of the cycle is off.

sooo:   _________2500 with 50% duty cycle_________2500 50% duty cycle_________2500 50% duty cycle

and the above image would be 3 full cycles.

and that is what is going into the primary....and that IS the gated cycle......i kept confusing myself with visualizing hertz although it is kilohertz.

so my drawing is terribly confusing seeing that i simplfied it down to 3 hertz when in reality there are 15,000 cycles going on in that drawing.