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Re: Tesla Coil RF Transmitter
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- Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 16:48:40 -0600
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Original poster: boris petkovic <petkovic7@xxxxxxxxx>
> Original poster: "D.C. Cox" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
> We picked up our M-150 coil with enough energy to
> light a 16 inch
> long neon tube at 0.75 miles from our "transmitter"
> coil. We were running at 7.8 kVA at 170 kHz.
Do you recall if the transmitter produced secondary
streamers,or the experiment was conducted below a
spark breakout threshold?
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