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Donaldwfc:
Yea when he said he exceeded Stan's tech, that caught my attention, but he must not be showing that in this patent... he said he started playing around with it and eventually got to the point that he could patent his own system, so this was probably his first worthwhile working system, and he must have advanced it a lot since this, and we don't have those details.

The interesting thing about Stan's Wave-guide's or at least some of them, is that we have the exact measurements. He describes the 4 inch, and the 3 inch cell exactly, plus Dynodons comments.

Stephen's Wave-guides, we don't have the dimensions of, and they do have 3 tubes each. Base on his values resonance is at 468.1 Hz, which you can get out of an alternator depending on your motor and pulleys.

So here is the question, what does this circuit do that Stan's circuit does[not?]?

Donaldwfc:
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/Picture10-3.png)

The first scope section is across the inductors, which is in the patent at point T1 except different from the inductor to ground (not shown, but you can look), the second is the top and bottom of the resistor to ground, the resistor is actually ringing at the high frequency, and the third is across the resistor which is always unipolar.

$ 1 5.0E-6 0.06872892787909722 50 5.0 50
R 160 192 128 192 0 1 468.1 25.0 0.0 0.0 0.5
d 160 192 208 192 1 0.805904783
l 208 192 256 192 0 0.0017 3.624986987859717
c 256 192 256 240 0 6.8E-5 9.199365704115202
r 304 192 304 240 0 1.0E7
r 304 240 304 288 0 1.0E7
r 256 192 304 192 0 1.0
r 304 192 352 192 0 1.0
r 304 288 256 288 0 1.0
r 304 288 352 288 0 1.0
c 256 240 256 288 0 6.8E-5 9.198365850749484
c 352 192 352 240 0 6.8E-5 5.20734692663194
c 352 288 352 240 0 6.8E-5 -5.20634707326621
R 160 288 128 288 0 1 468.1 25.0 0.0 2.0943951023931953 0.5
r 256 240 304 240 0 1.0
r 304 240 352 240 0 1.0
l 256 288 208 288 0 0.0017 3.624986987859738
w 160 288 208 288 0
r 432 192 432 288 0 10.0
w 432 288 352 288 0
w 432 192 352 192 0
g 256 144 256 128 0
g 256 336 256 352 0
p 256 192 256 144 0
p 256 288 256 336 0
g 480 240 512 240 0
p 432 192 480 240 0
p 432 288 480 240 0
o 2 4 0 299 40.0 6.4 0 -1
o 16 4 0 35 40.0 6.4 0 -1
o 26 4 0 298 80.0 9.765625E-5 1 -1
o 27 4 0 290 80.0 9.765625E-5 1 -1
o 18 4 0 35 40.0 3.2 2 -1

Donaldwfc:
Anyone want to guess how this circuit works or what it's doing?

Dankie:
http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_2/chpt_14/8.html

Donaldwfc:
For anyone who wants to learn, i'll offer these questions, and when you find the answer, you will understand both Stan's WFC and Stephens WFC better.

What are wave guides?
What is right before Stephens tubes?
What is the impedance matching circuit for?
Does Stan use waveguides?
What is a resonant cavity?
What is a cavity resonator?
What is right before Stan's tubes?
Does Stan use impedance matching?
What does the circuit look like for the secondary side of a Tesla Coil?
What does the circuit look like for the grounded side of a WFC?
What does a Tesla Coil Transmit?
What is another type of impedance matching used for transmitting devices?
What is being Transmitted?
What happens when you combine two phases of a three phases system with a resonant RLC circuit in between where one phase has a diode?
Does Stan create this same effect in a different way?

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