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[–] k_digi [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

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So you can make a light blink. So what?

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[–] k_digi [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

hmm yes i guess you could - but i was thinking more for an input into this or that MOSFET {or NBJT} to then amplfy the squarewave

then an experiment to try is do this twice - {at two different frequencies }

so have the amplified signal passed though one side of a transformer having the MOSFET on the low side - but couple the transformer on the input with a capacitor

so now you should have two rough sine waves and two different frequencies coming out the output of the two transformers - {you may have to couple the output also with a capacitor}

in effect you want basic sine of that input frequency.

if you look at this video at the Schem time :

https://youtu.be/mEiUt56elAw?t=729

and ignore everything that relates to frequency you can see how the simple crystal could be quite handy.

to make that clear and to simplify it look at this image :

https://files.catbox.moe/x4yazj.jpg

so to be clear the crystal circurt is just inputing to that MOSFET gate - the rest is as discribed the amplification - it can be any 'DC' input.

take the rectification out if you are simply using a 'battery' or something and it starts to look really very simple does it not ?


  • then you could try to get a toridial core of fairly reactive core {like metglass} or any really - and input these two frequecies into the core on thier own two input coils -

so then you have a core with two {symetrical for experimental purposes } {or close as possible} inductors being oscillated at two different Frequecies into the same core

{apparently} Tesla 'discovered' that when there was two diff frequencies input to the same 'closed magnetic circurt' then the field effect would generate two more frequecies

{lets call our inputs Freq X and Y}

so now there should be 4 Frequencies in the field effect circurt :

Freq X {the one input}

Freq Y {the other input }

Freq X + Y {so this is a new frequency which is the sum of the two inputs} {or harmonic}

Freq X - Y {so this is a new frequency which is the subtraction {or sub harmonic}

so now what you would want to do is familiarize yourself with active filters which are generally simply made with Op-Amps you can make a simple active filter with just an op amp and some capacitors and resistors - {it's prety easy to learn}

http://www.learningaboutelectronics.com/Articles/Active-op-amp-low-pass-filter-circuit.php

the difference between 'hi pass' and 'low pass' is the swapping of the capacitor and 'resistor' {remembering that a resisitor is just a 'non feild effect inductor' that burns energy} so it's just like an LC filter. or a CL filter. but the Op amp helps make it 'active' and stable.


so then you want to wrap two more inductors on your core - and try to see if you can filter out the Primary frequencies and focus in on the two 'created' hamonics.

if Telsa was correct then these two frequencies should be 'over unity' that is to say they are generated by the 'counterspacial' field effect.


so that's one experiment you could use this with - and as it's accurate on the input due to the crystal it would help with focusing in on the the output freq