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Old 09-16-2017, 03:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Ajay View Post
Hello again,
Got some interesting oscilloscope snapshots of the LMD network in action.
Input was a square wave, 10v peak to peak.
I would love some insight on what I am seeing.

It is interesting to note that the incredibly sharp transient spikes with an alternating +/- bias very closely resembles a hairpin circuit simulation in the Spice program (can be seen in the video "Tesla Hairpin Replication - Circuit Analysis 2" on youtube). It makes sense why Eric said this would be a good driver for Tesla coils.

The output seemed to always be a train of high energy impulses, regardless of frequency. As the frequency increased, however, denser spectrums and higher levels of harmonics were seen. This network seems to be a good way to make a waveform generator act like a spark gap. Too bad you have to make your own equipment to test the circuit at higher wattage input. My network is beyond the range of most amps.

Snapshots:
Can you provide more info on the pulse widths and time data? Any more info would be useful. Thanks.

Aaron posting for Eric.
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