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Old 07-05-2012, 03:26 AM
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Just wanted to pop in here and say that I will be coming back on-line next week and be able to contribute to this as well. The effect of negative resistance is of course as old as tubes.

There seems to be more than one way to "skin the cat" as they say. The capacitive plate and coil transformer setup I was working on has been producing very strange results and in digging into more texts and research I got to thinking about the ground side of the circuit, the plates either induce a negative resistance into the coil or the field induced within the self oscillation of the coil is the negative resistance, whats truly strange is that it's a passive component and thus a no-no from conventional theory.

look into tube design and negative resistance, I'll get some titles together in a bit and post them up.
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