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Subject: Tesla coil question
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 14:40:12 +1300
Organization: Attica Communications
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I was reading
and a few thoughts crossed my mind.
the Tesla coil it appears works a bit like a radio. To get a changing
field in the
primary simple breakdown seems to be used ie a spark gap and this
power in the secondary. I take it that the frequency of the secondary
on the LC of the secondary ie what the centre frequency is? Also the
must be quite broadband for their being enough power to be picked up in
first place but it is a spark transmitter so I suppose that explains it.
Does anybody use an oscillator in the primary instead of a spark ie a
frequency oscillator a bit like use in an invertor but variable
Also how high in frequency can you go with this idea? Can you do
similar with light? ( I suppose a laser is the nearest). What about a
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