H-bridge recommendations please.

Lynx

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #25,  »
Thanks Nav, duly noted :thumbsup:

nav

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Through my own research though and a little testing over the past few days it may be possible to do this but i'm not entirely sure yet.
If you modulate the carrier frequency with a square wave with both the carrier and modulation set at 3980.8hz, four harmonic resonant signals appear and the carrier jumps to a half rectified signal. Now, Puharich states in his patent that during his electrolysis process this rectification appears naturally at a certain stage and i'm wondering if Stan is bypassing this process by placing a diode between the secondary and the positive choke and forcing the process rather than letting it appear naturally and the way I did it this week. If we know the means by which water splits using the frequency 3980.8hz and the four harmonics which each attack the vectors of the 109.28 degree tetrahedral Electron and we can create Tau via a clevely timed gate then it may well be possible to take any system capable of restricting current and cut massive corners from the process Puharich talks about and go straight to the money shot. Not sure if this will work though but one thing is for sure, Stan uses an alternator modulated with a variac then gates it into 9 sets of tubes, there is no way on earth Stan can tune those tube sets to the complicated carrier and modulated signal he produces. Those tubes are not resonant to that system, the only thing that he can hope for at best is that the capacitive and inductive reactances cancel each other out so that the signal has a level playing field.   
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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Here is something rather interesting though. On one of Stan's schematics that Petkov copied, the three phases of an alternator are modulated separately as apposed to the three phase signal going into Stan's 9 tube array. That particular signal in the 9 tube array arrives at the switches as a complex 3 phase signal on two wires, modulating such a signal with the variac can only be done as a denominator of three without distorting the signal and the reactance of the cell has to be 3 sets of tubes per phase. If the tau or gate is 3 seconds then it all ends in good tidy maths don't you think? Getting back to what Petkov did, rather than combining the phases into a single modulated signal, he separates the three phases of the car alternator and modulates them separately but gets the gate wrong. He ends up with a 0.2 amp pulse and his voltage is swinging far too high to fit into this technology. But isn't it all rather interesting that you have THREE phases, you have 9 tube sets which works out at THREE per phase and you have THREE seconds of tau? This means in the 9 tube array that each phase represents 3 tube sets and each phase is exactly one third of tau? What you've actually got in essence is an entire system working in conjunction with tau and absolute proof that any system you build starts with how it all fits mathematically into tau.
From this you can apply rules: Any tube set's reactance must be a denominator of tau. If you have three phases then you can have 9 tubes set arrays or 3 tubes set arrays. If you are working off a single phase then the reactance dictates that you must either have a single tube or 3 tubes.

securesupplies

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Interesting

I put this Document here to help accelerate people

for better record of Navs Great work here  to compare
and for analysis 

I would like to invite comments and improvements to this v1 doc

Dan


namirha

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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Quote from nav on June 30th, 04:13 AM
Here is something rather interesting though. On one of Stan's schematics that Petkov copied, the three phases of an alternator are modulated separately as apposed to the three phase signal going into Stan's 9 tube array. That particular signal in the 9 tube array arrives at the switches as a complex 3 phase signal on two wires, modulating such a signal with the variac can only be done as a denominator of three without distorting the signal and the reactance of the cell has to be 3 sets of tubes per phase. If the tau or gate is 3 seconds then it all ends in good tidy maths don't you think? Getting back to what Petkov did, rather than combining the phases into a single modulated signal, he separates the three phases of the car alternator and modulates them separately but gets the gate wrong. He ends up with a 0.2 amp pulse and his voltage is swinging far too high to fit into this technology. But isn't it all rather interesting that you have THREE phases, you have 9 tube sets which works out at THREE per phase and you have THREE seconds of tau? This means in the 9 tube array that each phase represents 3 tube sets and each phase is exactly one third of tau? What you've actually got in essence is an entire system working in conjunction with tau and absolute proof that any system you build starts with how it all fits mathematically into tau.
From this you can apply rules: Any tube set's reactance must be a denominator of tau. If you have three phases then you can have 9 tubes set arrays or 3 tubes set arrays. If you are working off a single phase then the reactance dictates that you must either have a single tube or 3 tubes.


honey cone pattern
...https://youtu.be/liwd31UKvnA?t=7m52s



Today at 03:33 AM by nav
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Matt, Puharich has no pickup coil so he uses one secondary across ground through a resistor to PLL the modulator circuit. He does this because the system changes frequency at different stages of electrolysis and he wants it to remain resonant. His resonance is impedance matching the load to the source at all times.
But...forgetting the tau or gate for a minute or two lets discuss the VIC and cell relationship on Puharich's system. He has single phase and one cell which fits into the ratio rule of thumb above concerning the denominator of three which I stated. Because the carrier and modulation frequencies vary by such a large degree it would be impossible to match the cell to his VIC at one particular frequency. For example on Puharich's dry run in the patent, the carrier frequency is approx 66khz changing to between 1200 and 1800hz with a tiny amount of water touching the electrodes yet the system remains resonant. That tells you right away that the cell and VIC's relationship has nothing to do with normal LC resonance as we know it because the capacitive reactance of the cell and inductive reactance of the VIC would not tally at such a massive variance of drive frequency. Therefore we must assume that the relationship of the cell to the VIC in both Puharich and Stan's design is just pure reactance that is cancelling across a wide degree of frequencies. Stan states in his patent that adding more windings to his positive choke easily produces more voltage because the inductive properties of the choke and the capacitance in the windings are equally cancelling but he never mentions it's reactance to the cell if you do this especially at different frequencies. Stan's three phase 9 cell array modulated by a variac would be close to impossible the tune to those tubes across differing frequencies, it would be akin to tuning an antenna to a varying AM transmission without the use of automatic antenna tuner. So how are they doing it?
The answer is simple, Their systems are tuned to the carrier frequency 3980hz and no amount of change in the gate or modulation of the circuit can affect the fundamental carrier in any transmission line or otherwise. That is why Puharich in the picture you posted above Matt is actually PLLing the modulations and not the carrier. The system will be out of tune during the early part of the process and that is why both Stan and Puharich keep the voltages down in the early stages, then ramp it up as the system enters resonance.
So in essence to tune the cell to the VIC, you would have no standing waves between the two at 3980hz. To achieve this you can make the negative choke variable and test at very low voltage OR if you are using a bifilar choke arrangement in your system you would need to make the capacitive reactance of the cell variable with the introduction of a gamma match.
http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=3263.msg49921#msg49921
The Secret Power Music Holds Over You
...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpbHU4ImdaQ

securesupplies

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #30,  »
guess that would be the change subject post nice one
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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All Stated and understand the mechanistic but Remember we tune the circuit lc tank not the water

an we keep ration but accelerate the repetitions to as fasts as possible?

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1 can advanced the boards above
we draw up a specific H bridge totem daughter board with ration adjust  or speed adjust of reptitions and post it here

So to control gate fast silicon mosfets (to Nav ration 90/10) and also switch back the electron extract to 9xd during gate off ? 
to make usable voltage.

The faster we do the gates and switch back to electron extract caps better the result if ratio keep ism y feeling

If we keep Ratio 90 on 10 off we can in fact increase speed and stay true to the forumla?
We know there are high performance results on to electrons and atoms ionization
with fast pulse and gate best is picosecond rates.

to use such we would jump specifically of 9xa/9xb and have inverted signal
so we can jump 9XA and use  like  Mike did above and have invert signal to stay tru to the meyers

All comments welcome as this is a great topic on locking
in a daughter board every one can trust and use

PS from Deep study of  pulsing red leds the best ionization rate at low wattage into water spiting = best results are in picosecond

do this driver could also be added to the 9xd and run leds in fast rate


Daniel
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Ok So I added the extra 
Doc  using date as version ,

Like to focus this thread on

H bridge speed and adjustable gate offset on h bridge board timing adjust of electron extract

DAN 

nav

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All Stated and understand the mechanistic but Remember we tune the circuit lc tank not the water
No! This is why everyone is failing. Read what Puharich tells us. The resonant action is between the Electric field in L1 and the Electrons in the water, you are tuning into the capacitor charging and discharging of water molecules at an exact frequency of 3980hz, this frequency produces a set of harmonics that interfere with the Tetrahedral vectors of the Electrons in the water molecule.
The system is resonant at 3980hz as the carrier wave but the chokes don't allow current to flow at that frequency, they only allow modulations to pass as voltage. You see, any system that uses a carrier wave has its current flow at the carrier frequency, the harmonics and modulations because they are at different frequencies will pass the chokes.
Imagine a 4Khz audio choke, you can buy them anywhere. The choke will allow current with any frequency higher than 4khz to pass, it works because the choke's only create a magnetic field for frequencies 4khz and less. This is Q factor. Stan Meyer creates a choke the same way....but he has modulations on the carrier that pass the choke (different Q factor). This means that current (carrier) is blocked to about 98% and modulations pass free. The water is resonating with the modulations and harmonics in the circuit and because current is blocked the voltage can move freely at resonance. 

Lynx

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #34,  »
Thanks Nav, good to see your line of thinking here :thumbsup:

securesupplies

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Noted

So Lets Advance this to be as short and precise as Possible

"All Stated and understand the mechanistic Remember we tune the circuit lc tank between L1 to Water Capacitor to 3980hz "

A 3.900 Khz audio choke can be used ? for low and a 4  khz for high ?

Time for video showing bubbles

Dan
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #36,  »
Like to focus this thread on

H bridge speed and adjustable gate offset on h bridge board timing adjust of electron extract

DAN

nav

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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Quote from securesupplies on July 3rd, 05:48 AM
Noted

So Lets Advance this to be as short and precise as Possible

"All Stated and understand the mechanistic Remember we tune the circuit lc tank between L1 to Water Capacitor to 3980hz "

A 3.900 Khz audio choke can be used ? for low and a 4  khz for high ?

Time for video showing bubbles

Dan
I'll give you a set of simple rules and points which Puharich makes and also what Stan is implying in his pseudo science descriptions.
1. Blocking current and resonance of choke
To block current in any system whether it be audio, RF or AC current you can use an high pass filter which blocks frequencies below the resonant frequency of the coil or a low pass filter which blocks frequencies higher than the resonant frequency. In our case because we wish to block current below a frequency we use an high pass filter (choke). That choke will be resonant and produce it's magnetic field at the frequency 3980hz. Because a magnetic field is strong at 3980hz the coil absorbs the largest amount of current from the carrier frequency 3980hz BUT the Q factor of the coil allows frequencies above 3980hz to pass AND because the current lags the voltage by 90 degrees the voltage field 3980hz has already formed a resonance with the water. This is what is meant by 'resonant charging choke'. When you build a choke, the main aim from the very beginning is to make it produce a massive magnetic field at 3980hz, nothing else matters.
2. The source impedance and capacitive and inductive reactance of the VIC and cell
Any impedance matching device is used to improve the efficiency of transporting current and voltage in a push pull system. There is no point pushing water through a four inch pipe only for it to be bottle necked into a two inch pipe and screw up the system. Therefore the source of energy must see the same size pipe and the load must also see the same size pipe. If your source impedance is 8 ohms going into the primary then the source must see 8 ohms coming back from the primary in an AC circuit. This means the VIC and cell must not present more than 8 ohms and we've already discussed this.
The reactance is a different matter though. If you wish the voltages in L1 to which include the frequency 3980hz, it's modulations and harmonics to perform work between the cell and the VIC then you MUST provide a level playing field just like any antenna or radar system.
At this point it helps to understand that Stan and Puharich's networks for all intents and purposes are trying to be a AM radio system but have no antenna and to understand the dynamics of it then you have to the read Maxwell's 'reflections which gives you an understanding.
Maxwell tells us that the oscillator (which is our case is the choke) sends current and voltage at certain phases into the antenna in which the inductive and capacitive reactances are equal and the cross over points on the antenna (lobes) become current maxima and minima, voltage maxima and minima. The antenna radiates from those points.
Since we have blocked current in the choke then we can only have voltage maxima and voltage minima in this system and no RF signal can be produced. Maxwell teaches us that if the antenna (the cell in our case) is less than a quarter wave, the shorter it becomes then the more capacitive it becomes to the point where voltage minima is negligible and maxima is king.
Since the incident wave of an antenna @ 3980hz would be miles in length it is obvious to even a blind man that any cell size we use will be less than a quarter wave in length and always phased voltage maxima. This means that any cell size we use will naturally phase voltages.
So to sum it all up, we need the capacitive and inductive reactance of the cell to be cancelling so that the source impedance can play freely with the voltages trapped in the inductance field of the choke. This means after you build your choke and it produces an inductance then you cancel that inductance with the capacitance of the cell @ 3980hz. In other words, just like an antenna the inductive and capacitive reactances must be equal so that voltage maxima will appear in the right place. We have discussed how to do this with tapping points on L2, resistors across the primary and the length of tubes, gamma matches, gap between the tubes, electrolyte in the water and placing glass between the tubes. All these are variables you can play with to change the parameters you need.
3. The signal
The signal simply put is an AM carrier and modulation which is 3 seconds long. The 3 second long burst must start at zero voltage and end with zero voltage and be in phase with the carrier and modulations within it. If you don't use a 3 second burst this technology won't work.

securesupplies

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #38,  »
nice all good People still start and learn every day so this will help great NAV
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #39,  »
Like to focus this thread on

H bridge speed and adjustable gate offset on h bridge board timing adjust of electron extract

DAN

nav

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Quote from securesupplies on July 3rd, 01:30 PM
Like to focus this thread on

H bridge speed and adjustable gate offset on h bridge board timing adjust of electron extract

DAN
I'll let you into a little secret seeing as though you are pushing me on this. Stan uses no means of choking the carrier frequency on his alternator/variac design and this was confusing to me at first then I realized that a stand alone choke is missing from the schematic and the estate pictures. That choke has been pictured and it is a bifilar choke. The alternator/variac design cannot and will not work without a choke. Whether he uses the alternator as the carrier or the variac as the carrier there is absolutely no way on Gods Earth it can work. Somebody somewhere along the line has ripped an entire high voltage choke out of Stan's control box and that is why you see an empty box of tricks. You only have to look at the estate pictures to realize the casing of both boxes has been bust open in an hurry. They bust it open to remove important parts and left the front mangled as a result. This is a dangerous game we are playing Dan, no one can trust no one in this game at all.
Back to the subject at hand; be very careful using H bridges that you don't destroy the guts of the signal in the switching of the fets or transistors. This is why I've opted for an audio amplifier of 500 watt, my sig gen is outputting 600ohms which is right up its street and I can match any impedance from the primary between 4-16 ohms without stressing the amp providing i keep the voltage output down and avoid clipping in the source signal. The source signal is amazingly complex Dan but I have recreated it in its full entirety. The first decision you have to make is what signal the TAU or gate is going to be. You can use burst mode in which I suggest you download a program called Daqarta. Daqarta allows control of a pc based sig gen with every possible signal you can imagine, it allows you to run a 3 second burst of a modulated carrier frequency with a voltage amplitude of 1v ptp. This will run any amp or optocoupler/SCR system. It also allows you to gate any modulated carrier then also modulate harmonics on top of existing carriers you are using. If you then push the output through an audio amp into a choke then scope the choke you can see exactly which signals make it through and which don't. If you have a choke from which you know the resonant frequency, you can watch it perform when you set the carrier to that frequency. That's all i'm saying.

securesupplies

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #41,  »
OK Noted, and Respected.

Now 

1)What I am Saying is we know to get a High performance yield from this new Fuel Gas we must employ extraction during the gate.
We are blessed than Stan explained this in details and patented it and it expired. Thank God as world has a chance.

2) We know that the faster the paulse and gate the better and more efficient the splitting of gas and extraction of electrons is in water and in air
(gas mixes or a gas)

3) We know there are some very nice fairly simple expessive laser drivers that do just that.

4) we now need to focus on the Daughter board gate control taking signal from inverted pulse with over layed superimposed gate , to transisitor /mosfest igbt etc.

5)Have that dump its electrons into a (XD allows for the completion of this effect
 
Lets get it out there world is pushing.

Dan
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Quote from securesupplies on July 3rd, 07:34 PM
OK Noted, and Respected.

Now 

1)What I am Saying is we know to get a High performance yield from this new Fuel Gas we must employ extraction during the gate.
We are blessed than Stan explained this in details and patented it and it expired. Thank God as world has a chance.

2) We know that the faster the paulse and gate the better and more efficient the splitting of gas and extraction of electrons is in water and in air
(gas mixes or a gas)

3) We know there are some very nice fairly simple expessive laser drivers that do just that.

4) we now need to focus on the Daughter board gate control taking signal from inverted pulse with over layed superimposed gate , to transisitor /mosfest igbt etc.

5)Have that dump its electrons into a 9XD at a doable picosecond rate allows for the completion of this effect
Nav
You can never comment repeat, or  mention the items your saying enough about the process freq or reword or re focus enough please let focus on the circuit performance now of a h bridge , yes we must be careful that is part of the understanding let get it progressing we all must post what we have till it advances public-ally 

aka getting h bridge the circuit tighter and tighter until it is locked in firm for electron extract and gate ratio maintain parameters you mentioned, which giving a pll readable pickup
Quote from securesupplies on July 3rd, 07:34 PM
Lets get it out there world is pushing.
PICTURES BELOW SHOW THE ELECTRON EXTRACT
H BRIDGE LOGIC SAYS WE CAN GATE AND USE THE FORWARD REVERSE LOGIC OF A H BRDIGE TO EXTRACT DURING GATE SKILLS HERE ( Matt) is make it Pico Second switching with adjustment for Navs ratio )

REFERENCE ON SOME
https://books.google.co.th/books?id=Vl7rCAAAQBAJ&pg=PA213&lpg=PA213&dq=picosecond+h+bridge&source=bl&ots=Y7y0upbuAg&sig=OFwUCJBouBYQ1j630X_byA23c-o&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQn4Gnt4TcAhXBXCsKHevmDG4Q6AEIeDAN#v=onepage&q=picosecond%20h%20bridge&f=false
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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Not just any H bridge
a Pico Second H Bridge with Timing offset adjust so we can use forward reverse h bdrige logic for

Gated Pulse and than Extract during that gate  to 9XD
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #44,  »
ONe Example I found

depicts an H-bridge circuit 300 in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. H-bridge 300 includes four MOSFET power transistors M11-M14 interconnected with each other and to a pair of load terminals 302 and 304. H-bridge 300 is configured to apply a high-voltage level and ground potential (e.g., 100 volts and zero volts) across an inductive load 310. The applied voltages alternate between terminals 302 and 304 so that the current through load 310 periodically reverses direction. Transistors M11-M14 are connected through conventional drivers 320 to a conventional switching servo amplifier (not shown). In one embodiment, driver circuits 320 are conventional MOSFET drivers available from Harris Semiconductor of Melbourne, Fla. as part number HIP2500IP.

Each of transistors M11-M14 has a corresponding voltage-clamp diode VC1-VC4 connected, in a reverse-current direction, from source to drain. Transistors M12 and M14 have respective transient-voltage suppressers TVS2 and TVS4 that, like voltage-clamp diodes VC2 and VC4, are connected in a reverse-current direction from source to drain.

Voltage-clamp diodes VC1-VC4 and transient-voltage suppressers TVS2 and TVS4 are selected to minimize the noise described above in connection with FIGS. 1 and 2. Transient-voltage suppressers TVS2 and TVS4 are selected for their fast response time. In one embodiment, TVS2 and TVS4 are available from General Instruments as part number 1.5KE100A. Those transient-voltage suppressers have a response time of approximately one picosecond, a minimum breakdown voltage of 95 volts, and a maximum breakdown voltage of 103 volts.

Voltage-clamp diodes VC1-VC4 respond much more slowly than do transient-voltage suppressers TVS2 and TVS4; however, diodes VC1-VC4 offer far greater voltage-clamping precision. In one embodiment, voltage-clamp diodes VC1-VC4 are available from Motorola of Phoenix, Ariz. as part number MURS320T3. Those voltage-clamp diodes have a response time of approximately fifteen to thirty-five nanoseconds and a clamping voltage of one diode drop above or below a reference H-bridge circuits in accordance with the present invention take advantage of the best characteristics and transient-voltage suppressers TVS2 and TVS4 and voltage-clamp diodes VC1-VC4 to minimize the noise associated with the inductive kick exhibited by load 310 during switching. Transistors M11 and M13 may have respective transient-voltage suppressers TVS1 and TVS3 connected in a reverse-current direction from source to drain to further reduce noise; however, some embodiments of the invention do not include transient-voltage suppressers TVS1 and TVS3.
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FIG. 4 depicts the voltage signal on terminal 302 of load 310 (solid line) superimposed on the prior-art voltage signal (dashed line) that includes spikes 200/230 and ringing 210/220 as discussed in connection with FIG. 2. From time T0 to T1 transistors M12 and M13 are switched on and transistors M11 and M14 off. Terminal 302 is therefore pulled to ground and current flows from a high-voltage terminal +HV to ground via transistor M13, load 310, and transistor M12. Next, at time T1, transistors M12 and M13 are switched off and transistors M11 and M14 switched on. The voltage on terminal 302 rises above the level of the high-voltage terminal +HV due to the inductive kick from load 310; however, transient-voltage suppresser TVS2 conducts at a voltage level only slightly above the level of high-voltage terminal +HV, and thereby reduces or eliminates noise spike 200. The fast response time of TVS2 is necessary to suppress noise spike 200 because noise spike 200 occurs instantaneously.

From time T1 to time T2, approximately fifteen to thirty-five nanoseconds, TVS2 controls the voltage on node 330 to a level slightly above the voltage level on the high-voltage terminal +HV. The voltage on node 302 will vary from the voltage level on high-voltage terminal +HV by some error ξ due to the clamping-voltage error of TVS2. Voltage-clamp diode VC1 is slower to respond but more accurate than is TVS2. Hence, at time T2 voltage-clamp diode VC1 clamps the voltage on node 302 to a level approximately one diode drop above the level on terminal +HV. The voltage on node 302 then settles to the level on terminal +HV after the excess energy from the inductive kick is fully absorbed. The voltage on terminal 302 then remains at approximately the level of terminal +HV until time T3, at which time transistors M12 and M13 are switched back on and transistors M11 and M14 switched off.

FIG. 5 is a detailed schematic diagram of an H-bridge 300 and associated drive circuitry configured in accordance with the present invention. H-bridge 300 is shown in FIG. 5 without transient-voltage suppressers TVS1 and TVS3 in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention. H-bridge 300 includes a pair of tank circuits 510 and 515 that absorb and dissipate energy from noise spikes. Similar circuits may be used for the ground side of H-bridge 300; however such circuits are typically not as necessary on the ground side because the ground terminal is designed to be of low impedance. Providing low impedance to ground is within the ordinary skill in the art.

Transistors M11 through M14 are selected to handle very high current. In an embodiment that requires transistors M11 through M14 to conduct two amps, for example, transistors M11 through M14 are rated to forward conduct 28 amps to avoid a large voltage drop across the transistors. This selection of transistors has been found to improve the noise characteristics of H-bridge 300 by reducing the source-to-drain voltage drop across transistors M11 through M14. Suitable transistors are available from International Rectifier Corporation of El Segundo, Calif. as part number IRF540. A diode D1 and capacitors C1-C4 protect H-bridge 300 from potentially damaging voltage spikes and filter noise to and from the +HV power source.

While the present invention has been described in connection with specific embodiments, variations of these embodiments will be obvious to those of ordinary skill in the art. For example, conventional half-bridge amplifiers or multiple-phase amplifiers can be modified in accordance with the present invention for improved performance, or bipolar or other types of switches may be used. Moreover, some components are shown directly connected to one another while others are shown connected via intermediate components. In each instance the method of interconnection establishes some desired electrical communication between two or more circuit nodes. Such communication may often be accomplished using a number of circuit configurations, as will be understood by those of skill in the art. Therefore, the spirit and scope of the appended claims should not be limited to the foregoing description.
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #46,  »
The Above is basic for Picosecond Class H bridge logic
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #47,  »
this would be useful for tesla people also , so if they don't already have this fast ?

nav

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
« Reply #48,  »
The 5khz signal with 0.5hz gate is wrong. 0.5hz is two seconds on a single phase system. 0.333hz is 3 seconds and that is where you need to be. But here is something interesting for everyone to consider. If you are using a 50% duty cycle pulse on a gate of 0.5hz and you rectify that signal with a diode then it will reduce the gate time to one second BUT if we are talking about an alternator with 3 phases, has anyone considered that the 3 phases may each use one second and the total is then 3?
This is very important. The TAU according to Puharich is 3 seconds on a single phase system but he doesn't rectify the signal via a diode and reduce the gate by 50% where Stan does. If you rectify the gate on a single phase system then your TAU needs to be 6 seconds into the primary because you are doubling the gate frequency, also, the carrier and modulations will double in frequency.
There seems to be a pattern building here:
1. 3 phase systems have a gate of .5hz (2 seconds) which is rectified into one second per phase for a total of 3 second TAU.
2. Single phase systems WITHOUT a diode have a 3 second TAU.
3. Single phase systems WITH a diode would need a TAU of 6 seconds, a carrier frequency of 2khz and modulations half of what you require in frequency.
Take note that Stan used a solid state relay on the last ever control box, I now know why. If you use an SCR driven by an optocoupler it presents you with a problem. The dynamics of the SCR can stop the control frequency operating to its full potential and cause clipping and the bias of the SCR presents you with another set of problems in relaying complex frequencies. A solid state relay stops this problem totally because there is no bias and there will be no clipping of the signal.

securesupplies

Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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So

I think we have to show video of bubble nav using you points on tube in water
As Miller Has 5 khz with  super imposed 5 khz gate making bubbles

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Your Comment

The 5khz signal with 0.5hz gate is wrong. 0.5hz is two seconds on a single phase system.
I said 5 khz gate super imposed no .5 hxz big difference.


0.333hz is 3 seconds and that is where you need to be. Maybe  I am trusting your study to look at this ratio
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If you are using a 50% duty cycle pulse on a gate of 0.5hz and you rectify that signal with a diode then it will reduce the gate time to one second BUT if we are talking about an alternator with 3 phases, has anyone considered that the 3 phases may each use one second and the total is then 3?  read careful the super imposed gate number double check 5 khz, Petlov shows that, lets check that number please and advise your thought now

The TAU according to Puharich is 3 seconds on a single phase system but he doesn't rectify the signal via a diode and reduce the gate by 50% where Stan does.

If you rectify the gate on a single phase system then your TAU needs to be 6 seconds into the primary because you are doubling the gate frequency, also, the carrier and modulations will double in frequency.

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NAV Stating the Gate Delay versions or trying to firm it
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There seems to be a pattern building here:

NAV Re read and Correct  below

1. 3 phase systems have a gate of .5hz (2 seconds) which is rectified into one second per phase for a total of 3 second TAU. What Happens when 5 khz?

2. Single phase systems WITHOUT a diode have a 3 second TAU. noted

3. Single phase systems WITH a diode would need a TAU of 6 seconds, a carrier frequency of 2khz and modulations half of what you require in frequency. Noted and Considered

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Navs Comment  = SOLID STATE vs OPTO Relay Switch
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Take note that Stan used a solid state relay on the last ever control box,
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 If you use an SCR driven by an optocoupler it presents you with a problem.

The dynamics of the SCR can stop the control frequency operating to its full potential and cause clipping and the bias of the SCR presents you with another set of problems in relaying complex frequencies.

A solid state relay stops this problem totally because there is no bias and there will be no clipping of the signal.