you can get the rise and fall times for 6R099, the mosfet I usually use from http://www.datasheetarchive.com/dl/Datasheet-081/DASF0034903.pdf
and get the rise and fall times of TC442x from it´s data sheet. if necessary I use other mosfets and other drivers like TC445x. Of course you have to take gate capacitance and driver output specs into account.
2 years ago my partner and me started to publish scope shots and details about our Stan Meyer work here but in the meantime they have been deleted.
You can find it at www.hereticalbuilders.com now.
you can find lots of information about PGen 2.0 pulse generator and my electronic switch here in the forum.
Sorry, you are late.
btw if you want the primary pulsing be optimized then use a LARGE buffer capacitor with low ESR at sufficient voltage range directly parallel to coil and switch to avoid voltage breakdown during primary pulsing and to protect your power supply from weird regulation :).
that component shows that hard switching takes place in fact and our MosFets don´t get overheated during operation ;)
I'm late for what? No one has anything working! hahaha are you for real?
You don't have a direct link to what you're talking about? Don't waste my time with a bail of needles telling me to find your needle.
You deleted your scope shots off the open source forum, what am I to work with, nothing but just wasting my time going around in circles with you. So one last time, just because a component is rated to be able to produce something under certain circumstances, doesn't mean you are getting it at your coil at high frequency. I am not saying that mosfets and mosfet drivers couldn't be used in some way, but until someone can prove it with a scope shot AT THEIR COIL, I will have to call BS on any of the current ways people have been trying to drive any tesla type unidirectional impulse tech that hasn't had good results.Like John Bedini always says, build it first, and then change it. Why hasn't anyone tested Stan's driver arrangement now that it is known and compare it to what they have been doing??
The thing about the best high DV/DT is that NO ONE WANTS IT IN THE REAL WORLD because of all the "noise" issues it creates, and extra energy burning out components.....
And Mosfets are low resistance when on, so just because your mosfets don't get "over heated", still points out the obvious fact that you are getting heat from you lack of good DV/DT switching at your coil fet.................So, like I have been saying over and over, that added parallel resistance to your coil may greatly improve your situation, it did for Stan, and others in the normal engineering world:
"A first order RL circuit is one of the simplest analogue infinite impulse response electronic filters
. It consists of a resistor and an inductor .........in parallel driven by a current source."
"The parallel circuit is seen on the output of many amplifier circuits, and is used to isolate the amplifier from capacitive loading effects at high frequencies(miller??). Because of the phase shift introduced by capacitance, some amplifiers become unstable at very high frequencies, and tend to oscillate. This affects sound quality and component life (especially the transistors), and is to be avoided."https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RL_circuit
So this sounds like a HORRIBLE thing to suggest to people:
"btw if you want the primary pulsing be optimized then use a LARGE buffer capacitor with low ESR at sufficient voltage range directly parallel to coil and switch to avoid voltage breakdown during primary pulsing and to protect your power supply from weird regulation :)
in light of:
" Because of the phase shift introduced by capacitance, some amplifiers become unstable at very high frequencies, and tend to oscillate. This affects sound quality and component life (especially the transistors), and is to be avoided"