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« Reply #48 on: March 16, 2023, 23:15:56 pm »
Yes, I agree. Duty Cycle Pulses were Stan's method of controlling this sustained polarization and bursting amplitudes.

Also, most people never realize the great inhibition on tuning pulses and core saturation, that a percentage based duty cycle adjustment causes. All your signal generators are flawed, making it nearly impossible to tune replications of Stan's circuits due to all the differences in the VIC Matrix caused by parasitics and ideal vs real component behaviors.

Only having independent width and spacing control circumvents this flaw. I'm writing an article on my research on this subject that I will share sometime soon. :)

What you mean? With flawed signal generators? What would make it impossible to tune? To have mark space is not hard… even the pll can be made to have variable duty cycle… the fracture cell also Is some very good for the abilities

When you increase frequency (to get more pulse count), you indirectly decrease BOTH the width (ontime) and the spacing (offtime) equally.
When you adjust duty cycle % (to get more on-time) you indirectly decrease the spacing (off-time)
When you increase gate frequency to reduce pulse count, you indirectly reduce T3A (and T4A) making the gate period shorter.

Compounded by the AND gate logic required, every adjustment you make results in a tradeoff of "parameters" for the rest of the pulse, train, and gate.

What if you wanted to reduce spacing, but keep the same width? (PWM is current flow, which is directly related to managing core saturation per pulse/train)

What if you weren't bound to such shackles?


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« Reply #49 on: March 16, 2023, 23:35:57 pm »
Not to mention, dual-crossover sequenced switching that employs negative and positive elongation independently for width and spacing, and an independent offset control.

Or, how Stan simulated a biased AC wave using sequenced and random alternations swapping the B+ offtime reference during gate periods.

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« Reply #50 on: March 17, 2023, 10:02:19 am »
I believe Meyer used this gated pulse to control… however from what I’m seeing about how the pll works and how the Q factor should be and how much it can get out of resonance all the time… summed with the patent pll info… I would say the gate must be much longer otherwise it won’t be able to lock if is to few pulses!

I believe the gate period must by at least as long as the sweep or longer

Also the sweeep should be reset by the gate somehow if used that way when the pulses start it always start from low frequency


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« Reply #51 on: March 17, 2023, 11:19:50 am »
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« Reply #52 on: March 17, 2023, 15:00:02 pm »
I believe Meyer used this gated pulse to control… however from what I’m seeing about how the pll works and how the Q factor should be and how much it can get out of resonance all the time… summed with the patent pll info… I would say the gate must be much longer otherwise it won’t be able to lock if is to few pulses!

I believe the gate period must by at least as long as the sweep or longer

Also the sweeep should be reset by the gate somehow if used that way when the pulses start it always start from low frequency

The voltage across the cell should stay at least as close to electrolysis voltage at all times.  The gate pulse should be set accordingly.  If the gate is too wide, the charge will dip too low and then you're starting all over again without results.
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« Reply #53 on: March 17, 2023, 16:02:45 pm »
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« Reply #54 on: March 18, 2023, 05:31:08 am »
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Sextuple AND gating via H11D1 (in the style of bedini 4wave)


Gate frequency is a tone as well. We are playing musical chords to the cell.

Heterodyning: Inputting 2 frequencies and manifesting 2 more. One at their Sum and one at their Difference. (3 + 9 = 6 + 12)


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« Reply #55 on: March 18, 2023, 07:40:44 am »
Very cool sounding… I did some music connecting the pll circuit to a speaker too… sounded a bit different very playable!!!

You sound like chorus effect on guitar may mean your frequencies are not sync…