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Re: tuned coils

Original poster: "Mark Hales by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <markhals-at-dircon.co.uk>

What you may be better off trying, is a one wire system and lighting your
proprty with a gas lamp system?
Just an idea from someone who thought about it 10 years ago but let the idea
Actually, I tried to light my garage with 6 "dud" flourescent tubes, 1 wire
and an flyback cct, from a 24v source + earth at the other end (3 ft copper
pipr in ground.
Yes it worked, but the light output was no where as a good as mains power
and I abandoned it.
Be glad to talk about the subject, though.

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Sent: Saturday, February 17, 2001 3:06 AM
Subject: tuned coils

> Original poster: "R Lunsford by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>"
>  Hello,
>  Once again, I am entering a realm beyond my training. I have been doing
> some research in the use of Tesla coils to wirelessly transmit
> So, what I am planning on doing is creating a series of tuned coils about
> the property here and using them as ,well, really fancy extension cords.
>  Have any of you tried this? And besides just walking away till it no
> works, is there a good formula to find the outside usable distance from
> transmitter?
>  Well, wish me luck. I am working on a web site to add to the tesla ring
> hopefully I will have something up to see soon.
>  Robert Lunsford