The most important part, VIC coil, are the resonant charging chokes.

Until now it was completely wrong understood, and seen only as an inducer.

Continuing ...

So if the way is starting to lighten the phenomenon, it is clear the error by 180 °, we have made here, and the rest of the world, want to use coil (choke, reactor, inductor) to charge the cell. An inductor has the characteristic to oppose changes in voltage / current, its impedance is directly proportional to frequency, to put it in series with the cell and feed together with a pulsed source, the higher f, the lower the potential of the cell. In the best of situations, one can reach a middle ground (as I did) between the cell resistance and inductance of the choke as a function of f, but with an average performance.

So what would work, is a device completely averse to a damper (inductor), where:

It must allow and to step changes in voltage / current and minimizing dc current. This definitely points to a capacitor, a capacitor however only allow the first pulse (+ / -) and carry their armor, so we have to reset it load before inserting a new pulse and we put a resistor in parallel bleeder ... then , Figure 7-8 shows the capacitor "Cd" and resistor "Rp" and also in parallel "L Rs" (in series), which represents one of the pancakes, because I believe they are a dozen of these in each branch.

You have to take into account that the current through Cd is brief and instantaneous, put in L is delayed and the voltage induced in each pancake, is shifted in time and it should promote the "staircase", once tuned.

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Yes, I did a little test to confirm this concept. And yes, the effect is remarkable, similar to an equalizer which is a highlight the high f. Where a square wave has edges preserved, and the rest is attenuated.

Check out the pictures:

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Yes, the "Bi-filar coil Tesla" is the key that Meyer used to insert very short pulses (<1us), because the cell is a capacitor for about almost 3us. (this was confirmed by: Dharmaraj CH, Kumar S. Adish-Tirunelveli, India and also by: Naohiro Shimizu, Nagoya, Japan) and I personally.

My test was not done under the best conditions (square wave poor and not choke pancake shape), but it has proven to work. Ideally: several pancakes in series for each choke.

The information was all the time in our nose .......

Until now it was completely wrong understood, and seen only as an inducer.

Continuing ...

So if the way is starting to lighten the phenomenon, it is clear the error by 180 °, we have made here, and the rest of the world, want to use coil (choke, reactor, inductor) to charge the cell. An inductor has the characteristic to oppose changes in voltage / current, its impedance is directly proportional to frequency, to put it in series with the cell and feed together with a pulsed source, the higher f, the lower the potential of the cell. In the best of situations, one can reach a middle ground (as I did) between the cell resistance and inductance of the choke as a function of f, but with an average performance.

So what would work, is a device completely averse to a damper (inductor), where:

It must allow and to step changes in voltage / current and minimizing dc current. This definitely points to a capacitor, a capacitor however only allow the first pulse (+ / -) and carry their armor, so we have to reset it load before inserting a new pulse and we put a resistor in parallel bleeder ... then , Figure 7-8 shows the capacitor "Cd" and resistor "Rp" and also in parallel "L Rs" (in series), which represents one of the pancakes, because I believe they are a dozen of these in each branch.

You have to take into account that the current through Cd is brief and instantaneous, put in L is delayed and the voltage induced in each pancake, is shifted in time and it should promote the "staircase", once tuned.

[attachment=4221]

Yes, I did a little test to confirm this concept. And yes, the effect is remarkable, similar to an equalizer which is a highlight the high f. Where a square wave has edges preserved, and the rest is attenuated.

Check out the pictures:

[attachment=4222][attachment=4223][attachment=4224][attachment=4225]

Yes, the "Bi-filar coil Tesla" is the key that Meyer used to insert very short pulses (<1us), because the cell is a capacitor for about almost 3us. (this was confirmed by: Dharmaraj CH, Kumar S. Adish-Tirunelveli, India and also by: Naohiro Shimizu, Nagoya, Japan) and I personally.

My test was not done under the best conditions (square wave poor and not choke pancake shape), but it has proven to work. Ideally: several pancakes in series for each choke.

The information was all the time in our nose .......