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Re: [TCML] understanding DRSSTC

Thank you so much for sharing your insights.

Checking whether I got it correctly:

1. Unlike standard LC-oscillators having a light coupling coefficient and running at a 
single frequency, DRSSTCs have a tight coupling and run at two frequencies 

2. If the primary circuit is tuned slightly below the natural frequency of the secondary 
circuit, its "hump" becomes bigger than that of the secondary circuit and the circuit 
runs at the lower pole frequency mainly.

3. The lower the primary is tuned, the bigger its hump becomes and the more energy it 
gets. Tuning lower and lower is limited by starting racing sparks of course.

Are these assumptions true?

Kind regards,


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