Non Linear Resonance

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Jagau posted this 14 December 2023

I transferred my thread on Non Linear Resonance here to

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Jagau posted this 5 weeks ago

Hi Vidura

When I send only the positive part or the negative part I observe half as much at the output.
With a square positive and negative and phase shifted by 180 degrees the max was reached.

What is curious a new about your experience in the square positive nad negative in phase and it works so it's a new effect that's developed, that's for sure.

 You have discovered a new effect.

Question; Is it a 3 coils or two coils transformer?



Vidura posted this 5 weeks ago

Replying To: Jagau

Hey Jagau, in that experiment a ferrite with a bifilial winding in noninductive connection was used. The earthground was connected at the joined ends of the windings. The PS is a linear type and has no ground connection.


Fighter posted this 5 weeks ago


The switches I used are silicon carbide mosfet from Cree.

I also highly reccommend the Cree WolfSpeed MOSFETS. You'll notice more precise and clean switching.

Every time I used them instead of regular MOSFETs the results were spectacular with very clear and visible improvements.

For example when I upgraded the switching MOSFETs for ZPM  and for DSE.

It's true, they're kind of expensive, but they worth their price.



"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
Nikola Tesla
Jagau posted this 3 weeks ago


Hi all

To succeed in this experiment, the coils must not be next to each other, bifiliar wound,

but segmented one on top of each other.

I bring you the descriptions of N.Tesla in the book by G. Vassilatos

The segmentation was the key to releasing the action. Pure voltage was rising with each inch of coil surface. Tesla constantly referred to his "electrostatic induction laws", a principle which few comprehended. 

Tesla Transformers are not magnetoelectric devices, they use radiant shockwaves they produce pure voltage without current.