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Re: [TCML] Still Interference from Tank Circuit

> I'm not sure how the house is wired, if that's what you're asking. The
> coil and the computer are plugged into neighboring outlets,
> maybe six feet apart. I can definitively say they're on the same circuit,
> possibly in parallel, but I can't say for sure.
    Assuming this involves a 'primary' including a coil and gap 
    (or solid state driver):

    Once the circuitry starts to oscillate: the primary, all
    leads, etc, RADIATE.  There is nothing particular to
    a secondary, with or without discharge that causes
    'radiation' to only happen once a secondary is in place.
    The secondary may improve 'efficiency' of radiation.

    Unless contained (eg carefully debugged Faraday Cage) the
    RF field clutters up everything nearby.

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