Wrong, forget it.
Stans VIC finally reverse engineered and ready to build.
« on December 1st, 2015, 01:29 PM »
Here is what Don measured when he had Stan's Estate. There is some very useful information in these charts. If you know anything about impedance matching you should be able to figure out why there is a 220 ohm resistor across the primary coil. Back in the day I turned these numbers inside out working with impedance matching.
Nav, As you reverse engineer the VIC transformer I would like to give you a very important hint. At the same time you must reverse engineer the CELL at the same time. If you don't, the reversed engineered VIC will be useless as you have seen in the past that everyone has tried to replicate. Keep this number (10) in the back of your mind at all times while your reading and doing your research. Stan used (10) Cells in series with his VIC for a very very important reason. No one will ever be able to scale the VIC and Cell up or down unless they stumble upon why (10) cells were used in series. Just keep (10) in your mind at all times, it is a very important number while your doing your impedance matching research. This is one of the most useful post i have ever posted, and will determine if you or anyone are successful or not.