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Old 09-24-2010, 07:52 AM
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Originally Posted by DrStiffler View Post

I would propose a question for you?

Having f1 & f2 we would of course find f1, f2, f1+f2 and f2-f1. Now this of course is the simplest view. Now when you apply f1 and f2 to your cell, are you assuming this simple approach to f results or are you considering a superposition mode of operation?

With enough energy placed into the cell and we assume the non-linear mixing, would we not see a very large and somewhat high in energy content vast number of additional frequencies?

Thank, just food for thought....
Hi Dr. Stiffler

You are very right, you end up with many frequencies with a fine line between them. I will go into the fine line on Monday when I have come back fro a trip, must go now, people are waiting for me

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