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« Reply #56 on: March 20, 2023, 17:49:20 pm »
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…

Yea, that's correct. Analog and antique signal generators have drift, due to aging capacitors in the timer and power supply circuits. Some fine adjustment is necessary to get them to sync.
Or perhaps, there is another benefit? That stereo/tremolo effect is wave coherence and the trading of dominance in the mix. ;)

Wave differential creates torque. Actual physical wave energy collisions occurring.

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« Reply #57 on: October 04, 2023, 01:47:35 am »
The resistance of the secondary coil on the main transformer must be less than the resistivity of the water between the   electrodes of the cell.  Otherwise you will be dumping excess current into the cell.  The opposing chokes should be tuned similarly.

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« Reply #58 on: October 06, 2023, 16:47:26 pm »
he?  So less then 80 ohms?

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« Reply #59 on: October 06, 2023, 16:52:43 pm »
The water has to be able to resist current flow.  The only way that can happen is if the resistivity of the water is greater than the resistance of the power source, in this case the secondary.  The secondary needs to be tuned as close as possible to the resistivity of the water without going over to maximize impedance matching, but without going over the resistivity of the water itself.

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« Reply #60 on: October 06, 2023, 16:55:46 pm »
So, if the water resistivity of your cell is 50 ohm, then your secondary needs to be less than 50ohm.

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« Reply #61 on: October 06, 2023, 17:37:06 pm »
thats easy.....take a couple of turns and Bob is your uncle  :)

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« Reply #62 on: October 06, 2023, 17:55:46 pm »
There you go.

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« Reply #63 on: October 08, 2023, 10:48:00 am »
This idea of having the cell match the coil resistance dont make much sense to me... i was thinking about phanton power... this is how condensers microphones work it provide 48vdc to the capsule (basicaly a air filled capacitor with a membrane with metalization as plates) thru a high impedance in a manner as to give charges to the plates in this way when the plates vibrate a current flow and a voltage apear across this impedance...

The point is with a high impedance source you can detect currents variation easier

Water has a low resistance compared with a air capacitor of course so there is a drift dc component much higher to get some voltage there

With very pure water we can have a lower dc current

But the frequency will not be the same