Matt, what I found out is that the center hole lessens the magnetic field componend of a bifilar coil, we can use that.
at the same time, the voltage (dielectric field) is still strong.
At the magnetic side of the blue center coil from nelson, we should have a bifilar coil with high amps. this coil will couple via the magnetic field. therefor it needs a center hole with the smallest possible diameter. this gives the strongest magnetic field.
This is coupled to one side of the blue center coil. this blue coil has a relative large hole (i like to think phi ratio).
The other side of the blue coil, is part of the same series connection, so it also starts to flow. it is coupled to the voltage flow of the first blue coil (magnetic). through the dielectric. the magnetic field is not there. but the voltage induced is coupled between the 2 coils.
There should be a vortex of dielectirc energy inside the dielectric, that is coupled to the right bifilar coil. Pretty powerfull, because its source is the amperes of the magnetic field.
I think, the other outside bifilar coil, is the output coil. but there, its pure radiant voltage. very energetic, due to its high voltage.
But thats the whole thing i dont like. its so much guessing.
My biggest question, is how is this resonant coupling?
Do we use sine wave for the magnetic field? because that wont work in my mind. not with resonance.
and how does he tune down the resonant frequency. those coils should resonate well above 1MHz. is it tuned down with a cap? or is he capable of using those frequencies with high amps?
For me resonance is the key. it has showed so much strange things to me.
For instance the thing with the caduceus coil. (maybe I'll put it in another video)
when I pulse a bifilar coil into its resonant frequency, I usually connect one end of the coil to ground, so the other end has a higher voltage swing (like a whipp).
If I connect a caduceus coil in between the ground and the bifilar coil, the resonant voltage goes up a lot higher.
WHY??? I dont know. but it tells me you can easily amplify voltage. thats important to me.
This resonant voltage is from a standing wave. and that's natural (like musical instruments). In my experiments I found out to add the standing waves up, you need them to be out of phase.
So how does this resonance translate to those coils in nelsons system?
If it works from both sides into the middle, how do we match the phase of those 2 systems? So that the field really couple.
its not only frequency that has to be the same, but also phase. tricky. but not impossible.