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Re: How To Measure NST Coupling

Original poster: bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Hi Dmitry,

> Original poster: "Dmitry (father dest)" <dest@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> how could you know that it`s fine - have you compared it with any other
> 100% valid method? : )

It is.

>  > Here's a graph of the data in case anyone is interested.
>  > http://www.classictesla.com/temp/k_nst1260.gif
> wow - 3 digits after the decimal point - do you really believe that this
> method can give such accuracy? % )

3 decimals on that particular measurement is fine. My simulations were
off, and I troubleshot back to NST coupling as the problem. I was using
0.955 as a generalization. I calc'd that it should be 0.93, and this is
why I measured it to verify (it was very close).

> can you post such parameters as Rsec and Lsec of your nst? : )

Yes, but I'll get back to you on that. I'm at work and don't have the
numbers with me.

Take care,