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Re: My new approach
« Reply #296 on: November 02, 2023, 23:52:06 pm »
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Re: My new approach
« Reply #297 on: November 02, 2023, 23:53:07 pm »
Look at the plasma toroid…

it uses a megahertz switching to create this stuff…

I was wondering about that patent i posted on the last page..

it uses something called traveling wave tube amplifier to drive power into a cavity that looks just like stans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Stan drawing shows standing waves of much smaller wavelenght than the cell in at least one of the drawing……

i wonder if he was not creating some sort of back to back traveling wave amplifier using water as the electron source


Basically i imagine this double cathode anode amplifier where we can maybe oscilate at khz frequency to switch the direction of the amplification.. making one water cell feed the other with the correct frequency..


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #298 on: November 03, 2023, 00:43:52 am »

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #299 on: November 03, 2023, 01:12:56 am »
There is two ways of dumping a wave to a string… if its not stretched you can simply pull it up and a wave will run until the end..  this would be equivalent of a charged line…

but once the line is charged how can you make another wave to flow? if you short it for a very small instant it will create a wave..

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« Reply #300 on: November 03, 2023, 21:24:44 pm »
The patent talks about generating mircrowave variable in frequency.. and how they amplify the microwave with the TWT(A)

did you see the drawings?

it made me wonder… the popcorn in that wfc…

i think the tapered injector cell could be this deal… if you think about the frequency sweeps up

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #301 on: November 04, 2023, 14:43:10 pm »
Ok so i worked a lot yesterday night and this morning and i came up witha way to generate very high precision multi phase frequency with the esp timers…

it can go up to MHZ…

it can also generate sine up to 200khz with no other module…

i could generate the alternating square 180 dephased with variable duty cycle… but i think you can generate up to 7 phases per timer

theres is 3 timers im not sure yet how to sync them so maybe we can use one to make the gate…. for the other…


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #302 on: November 05, 2023, 00:00:06 am »
The Bits resolution tells the maximum frequency limit and duty cycle resolution

ex 1 bit allow only 50% that may equal to 1 .. up 40 MHZ
                          1      2       3       
ex 2 bit allow 0 25% 50% 75% 100  up to 20 MHZ
                       32         64
ex 6 bit   0     50%      100%.  up to 1,25MHZ

the same is for the phase… with 6 bit a 32 would be 180

the frequency goes from 16hz to 1Mhz…

duty cycle can be ajusted from 0 to 100% but abot 50% it superimposes  so i may add a safe limit..

Im prety happy with the result

just hope i dont put it on fire…

now im adding some nice bnc connector outputs to the box,,,
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Re: My new approach
« Reply #303 on: November 05, 2023, 23:31:41 pm »
It's very nice this ckt is the same wave forms as eccles fracture cell.. except lot better

It generates two independent frequencies on with the timer and one with the ad9833 they are so close that they slowly walk when reading in reference to one another... this tells how much precision a christal can get

The phase is controllable on the fly and duty cycle too...

Now things are going to run fast

i used two 400v 2.2 uf caps in series  and two series of 400 v tvs with 3 in parallel, in parallel with each 1200v diode that goes to each primary coil..

this will protect above 800v… the caps may explode above…. if they explde i try microwave old caps i have
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