Z series = ( Xc - Xl )

Techbrief seems in error, or am I forgetting something?

yeah he later corrects himself in (eq 24) of Memo WFC 426

the Z impedance equation is always XL-XC never XC-XL......

Now as you were saying about figure 7-8.....the resonant charging effect is the entire inductor in series with resistor while having capacitance and resistance......FL1 and FL2 is the magnetic field that allows for the electron bounce phenomenon to occur.......this is the money shot.......understanding figure 7-5 and figure 7-8 will give us what we are looking for......i am getting all of my adpaters and cables in....so here it comes.....i will be able to find resonance finally by performing frequency sweeps then once i find the numbers i will do the math backwards to see what we were misunderstanding.....becuase from the math i do now at the frequencies i use....everything is perfect.......just not seeing amperage around .001 and voltage around 1kv.....i will do the math from the above photos i posted earlier.

TO OUTLAW:

i have no idea what is going on. BUT i always say that it should work EXACTLY AS THE PATENT LOOKS.....this method might work but i cannot tell from looking at it.....if naything i think that if it does work it is by far too complex and can be worked down into stans circuit......stan had it as simple as possible.......and that's what he used.....i am not sure about your alternative way (it may work) but once again i have no idea.....so to stay safe i just stick with what stan wrote......if anythign try out your circuit.....but it seems like alot of winding and no where in the papers does it say anything about 2 bifilar wound cores......it says L1 AND L2 ARE BIFILAR WOUND about an inductor core......L1 being only one coil.......L2 being another single coil........there are no hints to L1 AND L2 being each bifilar and each consisting of 2 coils........

BUT HEY THIS COULD WORK.....i just dont know how to tell.......it's complex to me.

but that is my response hopefully someone else can shed better light on it.