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Re: Tesla Coil RF Transmitter (long)
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- Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 20:35:23 -0600
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Original poster: boris petkovic <petkovic7@xxxxxxxxx>
Apparently,G.Leyh faces the challenge how to overcome
problems of this kind for a very low frequency coil.
The monster size twin coil (ALF) is planned to
resonate near 6 kHz (the consequence of its size and
other constructing factors).
Needless to say ,TCs do not have to be so big to
resonate below 10 kHz.
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: Finn Hammer <f-h@xxxx>
> Calculate a secondary coil that resonates at 9kHz,
> and ponder it`s
> parameters. Look for size or resistance in wire.
> Calculate the time of one ringdown with 0.15
> coefficient,2nd. notch quenching, then add time for
> recharging the
> cap. How many bps can you drive the coil at?
> Do these calculations, and you have your answer.
> Cheers, Finn Hammer
> Tesla list wrote:
> >Original poster: "Dan" <DUllfig@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >By the way, in the US anything under 9kHz is not
> regulated by the
> >FCC. I am wondering why not build coils in that