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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #272 on: April 13, 2009, 04:56:48 am »
when being gated from both sides it allow the coil to go isolated from ground and battery.. your also getting the pure analog dc force as 1 solid pulse.. the negatives 10khz and up is what gates the analog out so when you have a solid pulse being gated wouldn't it created a second pulse since the analog input is only being gated in analog and doesnt stop its pulse during the negative gated frequency.  just my opinion from reading the tech.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #273 on: April 13, 2009, 05:01:23 am »
apperently you may not understand what you are quoting becuase that is exactly what is going on in my setup.

......if your so right start your project setion and prove it.

all you do is flood my work so far.

i am going to continue.....for so far i am right.

noe ego trip just  pure scales....and mine are justified so far......you are only hollow words....i have tried....have you started?

stan is right.

i can tell you do not understand grounding.

this is science not light, god's will and magic.

light is the opposite direction of electrons.....honestly? keep that out of this thread.....PLEASE PLEASE START YOUR WORK AND PROVE YOUR THEORIES....and yes they are YOUR theories and NOT stans.

tomorrow i will get the audio amplifier.

and continue.

if you want to push and push your ways on every single thread then i will have to tell you to go somewhere else.....you have consistantly flooded with nonsense.....you have your own section post there.....NOT HERE.

save your mojambo talk for your own area.

this is my work on unipolar pulses and i have achieved it.

john's coil is 100% correct.

please you and dankie should prove your theories.



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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #274 on: April 13, 2009, 05:09:19 am »
if im not mistaking you drew your pic with the positve side hooked staight to the batter with 1 gate being used on the negative side.. im sure if you sent  the positve 12 volts into the vic as a analog gated pulse that matches the negative side you will get good results... which requires a gate on both sides.. not just the one you drew in your pic.. i dont want to fight..  i would love peace..  i just sense your aditude switch in the past 5 days.. please just consider what i copied and pasted from stans tech that specificaly highlights  theres a analog signal going into the positve..

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #275 on: April 13, 2009, 06:17:35 am »
this is my last post since you dont like what i have to say... but i wanted to say you state that there is no step up pulse and you have tried every way .. but doesnt it make  since if you positve is being gated in analog pulses it would create the non seen step up pulse??? like the stongest pulse in analog positve would be a rising pulse from 1 up to 12 volts... while that occurs your gate on the negative side is gating that rising analog positve pulse from 10 khz and up on the same gate as the analog.. no more fighting and if you dont want to admit im right thats fine i dont care.. lets just proceed with what stans tech says that i have coppied and pasted

Regulator stage (27) of circuit (50) converts battery voltage potential (29) of Figure (3-6) via
electrical terminal (31) of Figure (3-5) as to Figure (3-6) into a analog voltage signal (32)
Variable
voltage range (32a xxx 32n) from one (1) up to twelve (12) volts (regulating battery voltage) is
applied across primary coil (26)
of Voltage Intensifier Circuit (60) of Figure (3-21


incoming gated pulse signal (48) of figure (3-5) to cell driver circuit (90) of Figure (3-5)
which performs a switching function by switching "off' and "on" electric ground being applied to
opposite side
(48) of primary coil (26)

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #276 on: April 13, 2009, 12:16:19 pm »
Kinesis,

60hz AC = 120hz bumped DC (unregulated)

If you use the circuitboard of Stan, as shown in the schematic, you will see that it uses a frequency that is higher then the base bumps of the 120hz.

You do not end up with gates after 3 or 4 DC bumps, like on the drawing of Stan, but you get multiple gates in each bump.....if you know what i mean.

The circuit is used to set the pulse frequency. The 120hz or 100hz in my country, are the gates.


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Steve



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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #277 on: April 13, 2009, 13:01:47 pm »
It should output some sort rectified AM , somthing like this I think.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #278 on: April 13, 2009, 14:12:30 pm »
Yes, Hydrogenmask.
Its like that.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #279 on: April 13, 2009, 18:24:46 pm »
Well you didnt report the experiments I wanted you to try , since I see you cannot interpret a doubling frequency correctly , I also wonder about your neutrality .

I would like you to show to me how it is you qualify something as "working" and "not working" when clearly neither result in production , I want you to dig deeper when you communicate with us terms like "not working" and "working"

Plz identify the caracteristics of each "properly" , as I asked you to in the beginning .

Take demartin as an example . Clearly identifies the caracteristics of both . Now I already know there is no power no nothing , I am quite happy with that , no electron flow=cold process .

http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=3079.msg73570#msg73570



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