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Old 09-23-2013, 11:48 AM
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great job man, you will be glad you made enough upright supports, and thru holes.
if too spaced, the wires flip over eachother, and without going thru holes, the tension of the winding will loosen earlier turns from the upright supports collapsing

...anyway you won't have those problems

one thing to read before you wind, is "Practical Magnifier Construction Principals" PDF
i regret not using different gauges for my sec and resonator, they should be big, smaller, smallest. Tesla's patent indicates they could be the same thickness (sec/ resonator) but from observing modern magnifier builds of Golka, Wingate, Hull and others, whom are close to Eric's level have discovered thru experiment that there are many things the "casual coiler" ignores which should be given deep consideration.

anyway, not saying anyone here is casual, but this was amazing info
Tesla Magnifier System

and the 13M story, (magnifier project #13 of Will Wysock N6UXW) with 14M plans below
The 13M Story
Thanks very much! I've had a lot of other things going on so the project was delayed but I will continue shortly. I also use holes in the wood for the spacing of the secondary wire but that meant I had to make holes 1,6mm diameter with 1,2 mm diameter between them. Needless to say I needed special equipment bu I managed in the end. This construction thing is full of pitfalls!

I've listened to the first video's Aaron mentioned again to inspire me and I must say the concept of the longitudional wave is clearer now. If there was a transversal wave like on the boundary of the ocean/air than were is the boundary in the ether/field? Faraday already wrote that he believed the transversal wave was there only close to the transmitter.
In the Tesla coil the capacitance and inductance is distributed so this coil does not tear the magnetic and electric field apart in coils and capacitors that is why the unipolar electromagnetic pulse might exist where E and B are in the same direction transporting kinetic energy somehow.
But there is capacitance on top and an inductance in the earth so a longitudional oscillation exists between earth and top partly transmitted through the earth.
Hope I understand correct?
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Potential energy?

When I think about the transversal wave that Einstein introduced as a free energy I realize Einstein is saying that the kinetic energy of the electron that normally transfers by the field to another electron is now a free energy in space. So he is saying that kinetic energy or force can exist without mass, it is not bound to the electron anymore! Potential energy of the field is force traveling through space without the mass medium. I think that this is a mathematical trick. Just like some philosophers are thinking deeply about philosophical problems without realizing that the language created these problems in the first place.
If you hold on to the idea that energy is kinetic that it should involve mass than no free electromagnetic field is possible. There has to be an ether to transport this energy. This ether holds the kinetic energy that is called electric or magnetic energy and charges are the endpoints of these tubes of force.
But Einstein said he had no problem imagining the electric force to exist without a mass (and had to say later that force equals mass and mass equals force and time equals space etc.).
It all began with potential energy in my opinion and J.J. Thompson points it out as he wrote there is only kinetic energy. Wittgenstein wrote on the language trap in his language philosophy. He tried to take out all the bull from metaphysics making language a tool again and not a world of its own. This process of cleaning the bull from mathematics with spacetime dimensions etc. should be done one day too in physics. Eric does a great job in this.
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Привет How is Mr.Eric Dollard !!

It's good to hear you are OK and in the perfect high spirit !!

Keep it up !!

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Today, Eric's "RCA BOOK" actually called Wireless Giant of the Pacific is launched today after 12 years of suppression. Learn more here: Wireless Giant of the Pacific by Eric Dollard
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Today, Eric's "RCA BOOK" actually called Wireless Giant of the Pacific is launched today after 12 years of suppression. Learn more here: Wireless Giant of the Pacific by Eric Dollard
Is this a completely new book by Mr Dollard or is it a reprint of the 'Borderlands of Science' booklet the 'Bolina's Incident' with 'new' information (and hopefully much clearer explanation of his mathematical derivations)?

If so, I look forward to getting a copy.
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Is this a completely new book by Mr Dollard or is it a reprint of the 'Borderlands of Science' booklet the 'Bolina's Incident' with 'new' information (and hopefully much clearer explanation of his mathematical derivations)?

If so, I look forward to getting a copy.
The Bolinas Incident document is about 50 pages - that material I believe is included in Eric's book. However, Eric's book is almost 400 pages and is much more than just the Bolinas Incident. It has his technical analysis of the Alexanderson antenna system as well - diagrams, equations, etc...
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Been looking forward to this book for a long time. IF the previous paper was any indication it will be one of those books that you read and reread again and again because the whole story is so fascinating.
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Exclamation Ray Savant - Misinformation Agent Alert

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The #1 Anti Eric Dollard Disinformation Agent (Ray Savant - Techzombie - Muhamed - Aether Force), who tried to hijack Eric's non-profit organization but was stopped cold in his tracks, is hard at work spreading his fradulent claims that Eric's book has been freely available on the internet for the last 10 years. This is 100% FALSE!
Eric's book happens to have been registered with the same name as Dewey Livingston's book, which was written as a companion to Eric's Book. The disinformation agent thinks everyone is going to fall for this just because Dewew Livingston's book has been given away for free online before. But don't fall for it - Eric's book is NOT the same as Dewey Livingston's book. This is completely obvious not only to everyone that already supported Eric Dollard by purchasing the Wireless Giant of the Pacific package. And, it is more than obvious to everyone that reads this entire website.


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Dr. A. Hoyt Taylor: "Alexanderson Alternator"
By the time I arrived, the first practical Alexanderson alternator was in operation at New Brunswick. The invention of the Alexanderson alternator, to my mind, was another milestone in radio progress. This has been well recognized by the fact that Dr. Alexanderson has received many honors for this and other notable contributions to the field of radio engineering. It was here that I first met "AlecĒ and started a warm friendship, based not only on our common interest in radio matters, but on the fact that we would both rather sail in any kind of craft than do anything else.

Alexanderson had his famous multiple tuned antenna connected to this 50 K.W. alternator. This antenna, instead of having one vertical down lead, or connection to the transmitter, had six of them, and each lead was separately tuned, not only to a ground connection directly beneath it, but to its counterpoise. Thus all of the six down lead currents, after proper adjustments of counterpoise leads had been made, operated in phase, and the equivalent antenna output was actually six times as great as the feed current from the alternator. This current was of the order of 300 amperes. It was the war-time experiments with this alternator on daily traffic that encouraged the development of the much larger 500 K.W. alternator which has been the backbone of RCA long distance telegraphic communication for many years. The alternator itself is a marvelous piece of mechanical and electrical engineering. It was this alternator that handled the first communi-cation with Rome. So evidently, before I helped to tune up the Sayville Station, I knew how to tune a counterpoise.

An interesting thing about the New Brunswick Station was the fact that due to its fairly high power and the relatively low antennae, there existed a very-powerful electrical field under the antenna. Since this antenna installation was nearly a mile and a half long and the reservation not very well fenced, the Commanding Officer of New Brunswick had continuous patrols, especially during the night hours, under this antenna; to protect against possible sabotage. At first the sentries were armed with rifles with bayonets, but on a dark night you could see blue sparks coming out of the tip of the bayonet a good deal farther away than you could see the sentry. In the winter, when the sentries wore gloves, they suffered no great inconvenience, but in the summer when they were bare-handed, the induced currents burned their fingers in a very annoying fashion, and we were forced to substitute side arms for rifle and bayonet.

The gasoline filling station was almost under the antenna, so all automobiles had to be grounded when parked at the filling station. The nozzle of the gasoline hose had to be grounded as well. There would have been serious accidents, had these precautions not been taken.

The Navy planned to erect another station to supplement this high power coastal system. This was to be an arc station. It eventually became the Annapolis high power station, but was not in operation prior to the Armistice. On the other side of the Atlantic, the Navy undertook the construction of a gigantic station at Crois DíHins, near Bordeaux, France. This was equipped with a pair of 1200 K.W. arcs and, as I recollect, eight 800-foot towers. When we laid these plans before the French, they threw up their hands and said "my heavens, you expect to erect the equivalent of eight Eiffel Towers". The work was done largely with the aid of German prisoners of war, but was not completed until several years after the Armistice. Commander Sweet, who was an officer of long experience in radio and an expert on Poulsen Arcs, planned this work.


Alexanderson gets zapped while working in hotel basement
Dr. A. Hoyt Taylor:
Another interesting device was brought to the station by Dr. Alexanderson. This was a resistance coupled amplifier, with especially made G.E. tubes which had extremely high impedance. The amplifier didn't help much, although it gave good signals, because it was too microphonic and would amplify static just as much as it would the signals. I am not likely to forget the time Alexanderson and I were testing it in the basement of the main building. We had brought out a lead to the 2000 ft. ground wire buried 7 ft. deep. I chose that wire because it would have plenty of static, as well as plenty of signal on it. In the middle of our experiments, a violent thunder storm came up. One of the 450 ft. towers, a few hundred feet from the building, was struck by lightning. If anyone thinks that a wire 7 ft. under ground cannot pick up a violent surge of current, they are very much mistaken; sparks four inches long jumped out of the lead wire coming into the basement, although it was shielded almost to the receiver. I had just put the receivers down, but Alexanderson still had the receivers on his head. He got a pretty lively shock. Even this didn't cause him to quit the experiment.
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6SN7 Exciter Notes

Here's some 6SN7 exciter notes from Eric:

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Here's some 6SN7 exciter notes from Eric:

6sn7_exciter_30SEP2013.pdf
There may be a few things missing from the 6sn7 exciter circuit from the second page of the pdf. Previously, Eric shows a capacitor in series ahead of the input signal forming a high pass filter (in this case the cap is left out), and also, previously, the plate supply between primary and 0.05uF capacitor to neutral (in this case the supply and capacitor to neutral have vanished).

I'll update once clarified, but just wanted to give a heads up so as not to stress your tubes.
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Videos of Eric's runaway HV Discharge examples

Whooa!!! ....just stumbled upon these

Have you guy's seen the videos the stills where from in Eric's Origin of Energy Synthesis?

Jacob's Ladder: 500kV Switch Opening:
Jacob's Ladder: 500kV Switch Opening - YouTube


230KV 3Phase Trasmission Line Switch:
230KV 3Phase Trasmission Line Switch - YouTube


Power Plant Substation Explodes:
Power Plant Substation Explodes - YouTube


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Greetings all. I am back home in Wales now and have been quite busy since being back hence I haven't checked in for a while, which I'll get to shortly. But first, a bit of nature from my travels.

















The Colorado Springs coil has been analysed and scaled as thoroughly as I can possibly do it, and there is nothing left to do but to build and test it. This is designed from the 17 turn secondary configuration. It will be an experimental unit because I expect the frequency will not scale 100% accurately due to differences in grounding and what not, so this coil will be used to determine such things if applicable. In fact two coils are being built because most of the work is in the design and devising the layout and ways to secure the wire ends within the given space etc, so making two isn't really double the work of making one. These will be used for various (transmission/reception) experiments in the meantime regardless of the potential stray frequency issue mentioned, and eventually in a CIG type setup if new coils aren't built before then. The (secondary) coil(s) are designed to have 62% conductor spacing, or as close as is possible with the wire gauges in existence, with matched primary and secondary copper mass. The extra coil wire is not matched by weight due to size restrictions and needing relatively thin wire in order to achieve approx 64% conductor spacing. Each coil (complete TMT) will have 4 different wire gauges in order to meet all the specifications. Further specific details will not be openly given at this point in time but all can be calculated from the info available so far.

Pics at various stages of design/construction















The final image is the current state of progress, the frame parts all cut and drilled. There's still a fair amount of work to do, namely the vertical rods and sand down all the edges which "should" take about a day, but will probably take a week. Then of course comes winding the coils with constant spacing.
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Eric Dollard - Cosmic Induction Generator

Thanks for sharing that dR-Green!

I was at Eric's lab a couple weeks ago visiting with him and John Polakowski.

Here is a pic I took of Eric looking of John's shoulder as John works on a transmitter for the Cosmic Induction Generator.

https://plus.google.com/118409944702...ts/ZAzpQMB3VgF

@All, that is Eric's new Official Google + website. If you could all support Eric by joining his network and liking his posts - that would help spread the word.

Also, on Eric's Official homepage, there is a Google + Like button at the top, please support Eric by visiting his homepage and clicking that button - Eric Dollard

You can see that the lab is intact and Eric is busy working on these kind of projects as he had intended.

Anyway, I'll be posting more pictures and videos of my visit in the near future.
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Old 10-18-2013, 11:54 AM
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Cosmic Induction Generator

Hey all,
Here's an update as to what I've been up to with the Cosmic Induction Generator (CIG)recreation. Its time for an update as to what I've been building.

As Aaron noted in his latest newsletter, I was at the lab recently with him and Eric. I had finished the coil forms, and brought the coil forms to the lab. I finished winding the coils and building the stands for the coils, and then we were going to do a test run of the coils and potentially make some sparks. Unfortunately fate didn't turn out that way, but progress was still made.

First, an overview of the CIG:
The CIG basically consists of an AM amplifier/transmitter which powers some Tesla coils. The transmitter consists of vacuum tubes providing the power amplification. Solid state components are used very minimally. The Tesla coils are in a unique configuration, two Tesla Transformers aimed at each other creating an extremely intense dielectric field in the middle of the two units. Also where a normal Tesla coil would be grounded to the earth in order to transmit, these coils will be referenced only to each other.

Between the two coils is where the magic happens. For the CIG, the objective is to put a bulb containing a gas conducive to plasma creation - in the middle of the intense dielectric field and see the "galaxy in a bulb". It is reported by Eric that inside the bulb the plasma takes on a life of its own, and the electricity has a memory, and displays intelligence. The primary objective of this project is to recreate that display.

The nice thing about the CIG though is that it is multipurpose. It can also be used to create "singing" arc discharges when modulated with an audio source. Also, all the coils(primaries, secondaries, extras) are being built on independent frames and stands, so they can be used in a different configuration than just pointing at each other. If spread apart and grounded they can be used to transmit and receive to each other.

CIG Components
The Induction Generator can be simplified to 3 distinct components: power supplies, the transmitter section, and the tesla coils.

Power Supplies
The power supplies are pretty basic DC linear supplies.

AM transmitter
The transmitter will be Class C operation. This particular design consists of 829B driver tubes and 4-250 power tubes. The tubes will be in push-pull operation, driven at their maximum permissible values. The operating frequency is chosen to be 1.8 Mc, or 160 meters. The 829B tubes will be driven by a WW2 era VFO/Exciter/Transmitter called a TCS. The TCS puts out approximately 25 watts at an output impedance of around 10,000 Ohms. It will be coupled to the 829B's through a link coupling.

Tesla Coils
The Tesla Coils were designed for an operating frequency of about 1.8 Mc. Coil forms were made cut out of wood, the wood was dried, varnished with high temp epoxy, and then fiberglass tubes were used to connect the base plates.

Pictures and more info will be in following posts.
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Some of the power supplies that have been built:









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Coil Forms

The Coil Forms were designed, and the wood bases built first. They were cut out of sheets of plywood with a router. Then baked to remove all moisture, and finally sealed with multiple coats of epoxy to increase the dielectric strength and also to equalize the dielectric gradient within the wood. Fiberglass tubes were notched where the conductors would lay.

Everything took a lot longer than it looks in the pictures. It took probably a couple months to design and build the coils.








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Secondary bases finished:


A finished primary coil form:


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The transmitter itself for the CIG is being built on the chassis of an old 600 volt military power supply:





You can see my supervisor in the background here:




The power supply was in amazing shape, looking like it had never been used. All the tubes were brand new. I probably would have actually used the power supply because it was in such beautiful condition, but its current output wasn't enough for my purposes. I started dissasembling the PS to repurpose it as a chassis for the transmitter:






When the transmitter is complete you should be able to see the 4-250's glowing through the metal screens here:
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These are the tubes being used for the transmitter.
The 829B's:


The 4-250's:


Notice the radiation symbol on the right of the tube, I think this is due to the thoriated tungsten cathodes:


Here's a 5C22 hydrogen thyratron I acquired for a radar pulse modulator I will be building in a later project:
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Recent trip to lab

The plan was to do a test run of the coils. Unfortunately the CIG gods had other plans for us. The coils were to be driven by a TCS WW2 era military transmitter.

Eric had previously acquired two of these transmitters, and both were supposedly operational. Neither transmitter turned out to be functioning when we attempted to fire them up. The transmitters receive their HV supply from a motor/generator unit called a dynamotor, which in turn is run off a 12 volt battery. Unfortunately the dynamotor was mis-wired, so it wasnít providing filament voltage or plate voltage to the transmitter. After going through the dynamotor wiring checked against the schematics we were able to correct the mistakes. (Tracking down wiring problems in big bundles of wire can be very tedious)

A second attempt was made to fire up the transmitter and this time smoke started coming out of the power supply cable where it connected to the transmitter. It is a multi-pin connector, and some of the wires were connected to the wrong pins. So all new cables were made with new wire, a very time consuming task. There were around 15 pins on each end of the cable, and 2 cables to be made. So around 60 solder connections to be done, and they were difficult to solder! After that to avoid further problems we went through the transmitters to check for problems. More issues were encountered.

A ham had previously been inside the transmitter and attempted some ill advised modifications. After much checking against the schematics again we were able to isolate the modifications and reverse them to correct specs. Also we discovered some broken parts. One of the adjustable loading coils (tuning inductance) was broken; its ceramic core had shattered at some point.

After I had spent 5 days there, I had to return home to go to work. I spoke with Eric on the phone the following day and he was able to get the transmitter going, and tune the coils to resonance. The resonant frequency of the coils turned out to be 2.4 Mc, slightly above the designed value of 1.8 Mc. Iím not sure what caused the discrepancy yet, but I will investigate on the next visit.

It was a good exercise in troubleshooting though. Eric is absolutely brilliant in this area. He seems to have an uncanny intuition on where exactly to look when something is wrong. That kind of skill can only be gained through decades of experience, I was glad to have him there!

I should be going back in about a month to make another attempt at test firing the coils.

Here are some pictures of the coils mostly completed: (still need a gradient ring on the secondaries)

The coil stands for the primaries and secondaries were designed so they would exactly slip inside each other. You can see that in the pictures.






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Now for the transmitter construction I have been working on. Previously I had stripped the power supply chassis bare to repurpose it as a transmitter. The first thing to do was to get the big components in, the 4-250ís first.

A copper ground plane was test fitted, and then installed:




Marking the cutouts to be made:


Ground plane attached, marking the cutouts for the tube sockets:


Cutouts made:
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I decided it would be good to insulate the ground plane from the socket terminals because they would be in close proximity.The max voltage these terminals will see is around 800 V (for the screen voltage), and -500 V (for the grids). The 5 KV plate voltage goes on the top of the tube.



So I masked off the copper and poured some epoxy on both sides of the ground plane:






The epoxy was then filed down until it was just an edge over the copper:




Sockets fit perfectly:


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More of transmitter build

Tubes installed:


The 4-250's are visible through the screen:


The black boxes are the output coupling capacitors, to keep the 5 KVDC plate voltage off the Tesla coils. They are rated at 16.5 KV and werenít cheap!


Mounting the fan connector:




Two meters on the front panel installed:




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As to where it stands right now, I am working on completing the transmitter/modulator (which drives the Tesla Coils). It will probably take a month or two before I am able to finish it. I am taking my time, and making sure everything is being done methodically and correctly. There's no room for short circuits when working with 5 KV! After the transmitter is completed, then there are a few power supplies I have to complete that put out the various electrode voltages for the vacuum tubes. And also I need to make a meter panel that displays all the important voltages and currents going on in the transformer. Overall I expect to be done with the first phase of this project within about 6 months. Then there are more "cool" things that can be done afterwards.
I probably won't really be answering many questions regarding the build, I am focusing my time on actually designing and building the equipment. However I will give periodic updates to my progress. Sometime within the next month or so I plan to go back to the lab where we will do a test run of the coils, and I will try to take more pictures at that time. Progress is slow but steady.

Also for those that have seen Techzombie's recent video, I had nothing to do with it and regret that it was made. I feel I was misrepresented in the video. About a year ago I decided I wanted to do a recreation of Eric's CIG. I started gathering parts and building some of the lower voltage power supplies. I started making significant progress about 6 months ago, and the pieces started to fall into place. The coil calculations were done, the coil forms were engineered and built, and the HV power supplies started to come together. In the video it seemed to be claimed that I was "struggling" to finish the CIG, and that I am being used by this person or that person. To be clear, the only person I have really been making this piece of equipment for is myself and Eric. There is no hidden agenda or anything like that. It displays what part of us at EPD Labs have been working on. Yes it is a struggle sometimes (HV parts and vintage radio parts are expensive!), and sometimes there are design roadblocks, but that is to be expected in any project. I will continue this project to completion, even if it ends up taking longer than I thought. I have learned a significant amount in this undertaking, and it has been enjoyable. For anyone that wants to truly learn the principles that Eric is presenting, the only way to do that is to put it into actual practice.



(more pictures and updates to come shortly)
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Excellent work John.

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The resonant frequency of the coils turned out to be 2.4 Mc, slightly above the designed value of 1.8 Mc. Iím not sure what caused the discrepancy yet, but I will investigate on the next visit.
Was that without any gradient rings or anything? Eric's coil design had a shorter secondary wire length than standard which would make the coil's "free" frequency somewhat higher than the design frequency, because the condenser is supposed to tune it back down. Assuming you also used the 20 turn secondary calculations, my first secondary with one gradient ring had a resonant frequency about 1.12 times F (yours is 1.3). I'm not sure if I ever measured it without the gradient ring so I don't know how much higher the frequency would be without it, but it's something to keep in mind if the test setup was as pictured. Also the wire looks wound pretty tight, out of interest I looked it up earlier and found that the wire will be approx 97% the calculated length if it becomes an octagon.

I also have progress to report. The 17 turns Colorado Springs secondary configuration is being replicated as closely as possible, so in order to translate calculated wire spacings into the real world as acurately as possible by hand I arranged a series of lines on illustration/DTP software to represent the location of each turn and printed it out at 100% scale. This gives a paper template to work from, which is then stuck on to the PVC conduit and sliced with a knife. This then gives an edge to work against with a small file(s) to make the grooves.

The CS primary and secondary are closely coupled and so this scales down to VERY close coupling, calculated at just over 1mm space between the conductors, which may or may not be a problem. Also because the primary and secondary copper masses are matched it requires a relatively thick primary conductor, which makes replicating the original primary groove spacing physically impossible because one turn would be inside the other, however the original spacing between each turn of the primary conductor itself has been reproduced. So being an experimental coil provisions are made with grooves for 15 primary turns with constant spacing in order to adjust the coupling, and some extra length of PVC conduit is left at the top of the frame to allow use of a condenser ring if need be.









The end result will look something like this, but I haven't decided where the inner ring will end up yet.

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Was that without any gradient rings or anything? Eric's coil design had a shorter secondary wire length than standard which would make the coil's "free" frequency somewhat higher than the design frequency, because the condenser is supposed to tune it back down. Assuming you also used the 20 turn secondary calculations, my first secondary with one gradient ring had a resonant frequency about 1.12 times F (yours is 1.3). I'm not sure if I ever measured it without the gradient ring so I don't know how much higher the frequency would be without it, but it's something to keep in mind if the test setup was as pictured. Also the wire looks wound pretty tight, out of interest I looked it up earlier and found that the wire will be approx 97% the calculated length if it becomes an octagon.
Yes the 2.4 Mc was without any gradient rings, just free resonance. I figure when I add the capacitance it will bring it down somewhat, but I'm not sure to where yet. I'm going back to the lab in a little less than a month and will let you know the results.

I had considered that the 'octagon' shape would make the wire length shorter, but I never bothered to figure out by how much. I'm glad I know now! I didn't realize Eric's equations were designed to make the frequency a little bit higher so the capacitance could bring it back down. Thanks for letting me know! I'll let you know anything else I find. I'm going to the lab in a little less than a month to fire up the coils with the now working TCS.
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Few more pictures

Got the RF output connectors mounted:




Fabricated some brackets to mount the output coupling capacitors:






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Started laying out where the connectors go on the front panel, circled the holes that were unnecessary to be welded up:








Ground down to bare metal where the holes need to be welded:


Had the holes welded. There were still some imperfections in the panel left from the welding, and the panel wardped slightly from the heat, so I had to do some filler work. I used JB Weld. I prefer JB Weld over body filler for a couple reasons: its waterproof, its more durable, and its self leveling. (it requires a longer cure time though)

The panel with filler on it:


The panel sanded:
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