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Thread: I feel I should share this "rectenna" circuit

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    I feel I should share this "rectenna" circuit

    Hello

    This circuit is a find by myself as I tried to improve upon another quite simple circuit meant to harness and change radio / radiant waves energy into electricity. If you view the original it should be quite familiar to those who have been following it. Someone with the username ^.^ on a forum that is no longer active ( http://letsreplicate.com/teslas-secret-circuit-398/ ) suggested to use a bifilar tesla pancake coil in conjunction with the popular one, which on its own produced some microwatts at best but ^.^ showed a circuit simulator that improved it a lot. His circuit as he publicly shared on that inactive site is as below:

    http://www.falstad.com/circuit/#%24+...625E-5+1+-1%0A


    Then I took it a step further and spent a night on the circuit simulator and by 6 am I had found what I found and I'm sharing it here. The result is a little amazing. The 2khz generator he used as a radio antenna source may be the culprit but any way it might be something. Whether its a step or a leap or a failure is what I want someone here to find out. Here is my version:

    http://www.falstad.com/circuit/#%24+...625E-5+0+-1%0A

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    Anyone? Please. I welcome and encourage your comments, criticism, anything. If you're cautious about that website then you can enter the java code in that java based circuit applet to be sure. Or even use a circuit simulator of your choice. I've brought it here precisely because its like a Italian fish market in those other alternative energy forums and I know there are polished and serious people here. I've made a jig for winding pancake coils and I intend to test it. I made the original circuit that some sad people used for scam even and as I mentioned, that a.k.a. voltage multiplier circuit produced microwatts of 'free' energy. But this one deserves your attention because the simulator is showing about 85 milliwatts and nearly 92 volts of 'free' energy harnessed from a radio antenna in thin air. Electronics is not my forte, any hints will be appreciated.

    Here is the java code that you can copy / paste and use in the java console in case you already have that circuit simulator:

    $ 1 5.0E-6 0.23009758908928252 58 5.0 43
    c 464 400 464 336 0 1.0000000000000001E-7 14.648273106107712
    c 464 272 464 336 0 1.0000000000000001E-7 37.60936389984144
    v 288 416 288 480 0 1 2000.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.5
    g 288 480 288 512 0
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    c 592 272 592 336 0 1.0E-6 22.2213537648854
    c 592 336 592 400 0 1.0E-6 21.63694991526002
    w 592 336 528 336 0
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    g 352 336 352 368 0
    r 656 272 656 400 0 100000.0
    x 664 279 733 285 0 24 DMM+
    x 665 409 728 415 0 24 DMM-
    T 352 288 400 336 0 0.05 1.5 0.010169641403854582 -0.003965092231791409 0.999
    w 400 336 464 336 0
    w 400 288 400 240 0
    w 400 240 288 240 0
    w 288 288 288 416 0
    c 352 288 288 288 0 1.0000000000000001E-7 1.937987200634801
    w 288 240 288 288 0
    w 352 288 352 320 0
    w 352 320 320 320 0
    w 320 320 320 432 0
    w 320 432 656 432 0
    w 656 400 656 432 0
    w 592 272 656 272 0
    c 464 272 560 176 0 1.0000000000000001E-7 -3.46531556433721
    c 288 288 224 288 0 1.0000000000000001E-7 -23.58922841012834
    T 144 288 112 288 0 0.07 1.5 -0.015455366244942953 -0.003965092231797026 0.999
    w 144 288 176 288 0
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    g 144 320 144 368 0
    d 432 64 560 176 1 0.805904783
    w 112 432 112 320 0
    d 224 240 320 160 1 0.805904783
    c 320 160 432 64 0 1.0000000000000001E-7 0.4274848131579674
    d 224 240 560 176 1 0.805904783
    d 560 176 656 272 1 0.805904783
    d 224 288 224 240 1 0.805904783
    w 112 432 32 432 0
    d 96 48 160 112 1 0.805904783
    d 96 48 176 48 1 0.805904783
    d 160 112 256 48 1 0.805904783
    d 176 48 256 48 1 0.805904783
    w 176 48 176 16 0
    w 32 432 32 128 0
    w 32 128 160 112 0
    w 256 48 432 64 0
    w 96 48 320 432 0
    d 112 288 224 240 1 0.805904783
    w 176 16 112 288 0
    w 144 320 192 320 0
    l 192 320 320 320 0 1.0 2.2811617874674245E-5
    l 176 288 400 240 0 1.0 -6.863175974371089E-4
    o 15 4 1 299 0.01953125 9.765625E-5 0 -1
    o 15 4 0 291 80.0 7.8125E-4 1 -1
    Last edited by Quigon10101; 12-17-2013 at 09:07 AM.

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    Hey all

    Here is a screenshot of the latest refinement running in that circuit simulator app:

    recetenna.jpg

    It would be nice to have this circuit scrutinized by a electronics guru.

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    Hi Quigon,

    I'll try to give you some kind of an answer. I am not sure what you are even asking. In your first post you give a link for a site that no longer exists so I am not sure how that is supposed to help anyone. Then I spent some time trying to find some difference between the 2 versions of circuits you posted and I never did see any difference. I am not sure what you think you have discovered as you have not made that very clear. As far as your results are concerned I think what you are seeing is just the normal results of tuning a circuit to match the frequency of the signal being applied to it. Another thing to consider is that what looks good on a simulator doesn't always work out that way in real life. You said you were planning to build it so I would suggest you do that and then see what you get. I hope this is some help to you.

    Respectfully, Carroll

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