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Old 04-19-2012, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Armagdn03 View Post
Reduce your time dimension by 1,000,000.

You are compressing a finite quantity into a smaller time, that is the "magnification". This means that if you were to take the peak magnitude it would be higher, which as I stated before is important for getting large resonant rise on a high Q system.

but raui said power stayed constant in the transformer.






Square waves make it easy since they are perfect easily mathematically dealt with pulses.

Each square represents 1 watt under the curve.

So whats different?

How has that obtained more power out than in? If you do not have more power out than in how did you magnify power?
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