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Old 10th July 2011, 07:15 PM   #161
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Old 10th July 2011, 07:22 PM   #162
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I threw together one of these voodoo spirals out of ~75 feet of 28AWG magnet wire. I followed one of Teslas diagrams I found online.

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Notice that it's not bi-filar? The windings go in the same direction.

Read Tesla's patent. The "magic" is in the fact that the capacitance is much higher than for a normal pancake coil or cylinder coil. This means that, for a particular operating voltage, this type of Tesla Coil stores much more energy in the coil. If you build it into a Tesla Coil, then zap something using this thing, it won't go buzz. It should go "POW." In other words, Tesla figured out a way to greatly increase the wattage throughput without having to increase the output voltage. (The above coil has a much higher operating current than a usual coil. And a lower resonance freq.)

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Old 10th July 2011, 08:44 PM   #163
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this makes it easier to see what is happening
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Old 17th August 2011, 02:45 PM   #164
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Here is the AR circuit. Some component values can be seen from the published pics but all should be easy to calculate as these are standard textbook curcuits. Opamp has a fet input and needs to have a low voltage offset. Output waveform is a modified square wave.
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I have few pcb with AR schem to sell, I print minimun order from pcb maker and use a few but have several left. If anyone interested please pm me
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Old 18th October 2011, 05:43 PM   #165
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Lightbulb Please advice with this setup ...

Hi all,

I'm so excited and thrilled with this device that I've decided to build one BIG one.

Intend to generate the resonance frequency using a PC with it's audio output
hooked up to a amplifier.

I live in a triple-storey house 25 feet by 80 feet, what type of output should I build that can cover the entire house with this resonance?

Bi-filar hollow copper pipe flat? Magnet wire coiled? etc ... etc ???

Please advice ... Cheers!
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Old 26th January 2012, 08:50 PM   #166
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Hello all, I'm lucky I found this insteresting thread.

I have planned to make a Schumann resonator out of a function generator, an amplifier and two bifilarly wounded coils of approx. 2 meter long as shown in the picture. I planned to camouflage the coils as a diffusors (maybe cover them with some fabric) and use them symmetrically beside the speakers.

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Do you think that the coils will radiate evenly, horizontally and vertically, to the room with this kind of configuration?

Also do you suppose that a TA2021 based t.amp can drive those kind of coils if I use a 4 - X ohm resistor is series with the coils? I won't wound the coil too tight, quite loose actually with at least 1" spacing between bifilar windings.


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Old 28th March 2012, 09:37 PM   #167
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Click the image to open in full size.

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Above "Tesla Coils" have been radiating for over a month now, and I recently finished 100cm x 65cm acoustic panels, that also act as a massive Schumann antennas.

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Tesla Coils are non-bifilar helical coils (monopole radiation pattern) that each have 500 grams of 26awg magnet wire. They have 17mH inductance and ~60R resistance. The acoustic panels both have 1000 grams of 26awg magnet wire and their inductance is 224mH (and resistance 120R). I think their radiation pattern is dipole.

I drive all 4 antennas with one small and pretty tamp, that can swing ~6,5Vrms, and the radiated frequency is pure sine wave generated with a function generator.

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Hi Legis,

Thanks for the pictures. It is a very impressive installation with very nice finish.

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I drive all 4 antennas with one small and pretty tamp, that can swing ~6,5Vrms, and the radiated frequency is pure sine wave generated with a function generator.
What kind of function generator do you use?
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Old 29th March 2012, 06:58 AM   #169
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Hi Legis,

Thanks for the pictures. It is a very impressive installation with very nice finish.


What kind of function generator do you use?

Hi Eric, I use this generator: 1pcs 0.01- 5MHz DDS Function Signal Generator Module Wave WL | eBay

... in a hammond's aluminum enclosure:

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Both outputs are driven in parallel and the tamp receives identical signal to both of it's inputs.
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Old 29th March 2012, 08:11 AM   #170
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Have you noticed differences between the different coils and voltage settings?
Have you tested with friends/family?
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