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RE: DRSSTC, OLTC, OL-DRSSTC, M.I.C.,K.E.Y M.O.U.S.E. TC... Re: ALF: why not DRSSTC?
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- Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 15:38:03 -0600
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Original poster: Steve Conner <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Good and rather accurate method of the msm,below
breakout,is the system using a plane wave antenna
I know about the plane wave antenna. The problem with it is how do
you calibrate it to read absolute voltage instead of just a relative
I never understood how Dr. Resonance's calibration method with the HV
DC power supply was meant to work, since the plane wave antenna is
basically a capacitive divider, and those don't respond to DC. Did he
charge the toroid to a known DC voltage, allow it to arc to ground
and look at the magnitude of the resulting step?
I use a sort of "Ghetto" plane wave antenna composed of a metal disc
stuck on the end of a 100:1 scope probe.