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Thread: The SG Radiant Oscillator

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    Also, if you work with branched outputs, the difference should become more noticable... no big mystery golden egg here, just another method to tweak and further enhance the performance.

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    A simple Tree-root system seems to teach me on the Branch currents
    Just my few cents to Understand the Branch- currents and what is missing in the group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by min2oly View Post
    You should see a difference using both setups you describe. The addition of a 2nd, 3rd... trigger winding is more basic than you describe. The accounting of effects you notice are perhaps a lucky tweak for your setup...
    Why do you have 3 different winding sections on the coil?
    Hey Min2Oly,

    I guess you are talking about the way the they appear..the intent was to wind them in a Same plane (flat pancake) this is the Natural geometry for bifilar coils,(even number) the third one as i said is a 'Ghost coil' there in essence )and i had to wind them in stages by using cable ties to be able to hold them in the same plane...that could be it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hey Min2Oly,

    I guess you are talking about the way the they appear..the intent was to wind them in a Same plane (flat pancake) this is the Natural geometry for bifilar coils,(even number) the third one as i said is a 'Ghost coil' there in essence )and i had to wind them in stages by using cable ties to be able to hold them in the same plane...that could be it
    Rgds,
    Faraday88
    Not the case

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    Quote Originally Posted by min2oly View Post
    Not the case
    Hi Min2oly,

    There are many queries in my mind?
    1) The JB Pat no. 6,545,444 is a trifilar coil arrangement but is distinctly different from its SSG mode of initiating the TIT(Tesla Impulse Technology) in the Magnetic Circuit.
    2)Remember the ' Plain Vanilla-coil' a term coiled early in the group for stricktly bifilar coil has no sole role in inititating the TIT impulses. which means a second set of coils does that in conjunction!!
    3)My experiments with the trigger mode for Bifilar and 'Converted Monofilar'(i will explain this a little later) have shown me the specifics for each in the forced mode and free running mode respectivily.
    4) The solid-state Radiant oscillators are advanced in the input sections as per the 'Circuits and related methods' patent i can say it is closely related to the Patent 'Pulse charging a battery and driving other devices with a pulse'
    5) The Cable oscillator is something what i called as the 'Converted monofilar' coil arrangement or geometry with a Ferrite/iron core in fact in a toroidal geomerty... recall the figures 6 nad 7 in the above mentioned patents it is the dual of the bifilar coil. Cable oscillator coil winding is an art i must say...
    Rgds,
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    Last edited by Faraday88; 04-19-2018 at 11:46 AM. Reason: pic addition
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