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The new PWM v2.1
This is a slightly modified version of my first constant current PWM or pulse width modulator. The basic electronic circuit is the same. Some component values have changed. And it's layed out specifically to fit in a die cast aluminum enclosure measuring just 4.5" L x 2.5" W x 1.25" H. more...
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I'm still not convinced that the basic EFIE for all its virtues is enough to fool the average automotive ECU into ignoring the presence of HHO. It's the right idea but doesn't go quite far enough, IMHO. I leave this info here for those who wish to try their hand at one anyway. I certainly hope you have better luck with one than I did. more...
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Mathematical evidence of a mirror negative radio frequency spectrum
 (Maybe even a mirror plane of existance)

In a RF mixer circuit with F1 and F2 being injected and F1 is the higher frequency, what are the products before any filtering at the output?

Conventional "wisdom" says you still have your two fundamentals, F1 & F2. You also have (F1 + F2 = F3) and (F1 - F2 = F4).

BUT, the summed output F3 is stronger than F4. Why? Because F3 can also be expressed as (F2 + F1 = F3). Two ways mathematically to arrive at the same output. F4 can only be expressed (F1 - F2 = F4). Amplitude is not being considered. If it were this would be an unbalanced equation.

In my mind this really begs the question, why does conventional wisdom discard the result of (F2 - F1)? This would account for the missing amplitude. Just because it's a negative number it doesn't exist? Because you don't understand it, or haven't found a way to filter it, you throw it away? I believe there IS a F5 and it IS a negative number. Subspace radio, here we come! I have even drafted a way to filter it out from the product.

If we know Fc = 1/(2*pi(sq-rt of L*C))
then -Fc = 1/(2*pi(sq-rt of -L*C)).

So how does one create negative-L? My theory yet to be explored is a bifilar inductor connected out of phase.

AND, I believe these theories have application to the creation of limitless HHO as well.

Resonant cell
 (Yes, REALLY!)

Boyce, Meyer and others were all hitting resonance by trying to send it high frequency energy. Boyce took the shotgun approach with a wide spread of frequencies and harmonics. Meyer tried to zero in closer by sending it repetitive bursts of single frequency energy and catching the resonance as it sweeps through on each burst. They both work better than trying to send it a single frequency and hoping to hit it. Others are now toying with complex PLL and Micro Processors. I have a concept on paper to track the resonant frequency by frequency modulating a carrier signal and correcting based on phase angle of the error signal. I almost started down that path with my blinders securely fastened, UNTIL I had a flash of inspiration sitting on the toilet.

You know what? We're going about this all wrong. We are again the victims of misinformation. Either Meyer and/or Boyce are agents of misinformation or they are victims of it.

Think about it. The pendulum of a clock can be made to resonate if we poke it lightly and repeatedly with our finger at the resonant frequency. But is that how the pendulum really operates in a clock mechanism? No. The clock spring does not feed the pendulum pulse energy at it's precise resonant frequency. The clock mechanism feeds the pendulum energy WHEN THE PENDULUM ASKS FOR IT. The pendulum itself sets the optimum frequency for itself. In electronic terms we call this a regenerative oscillator. Even if the pendulum weight were to shift up and down, it would still resonate. IT'S AN OSCILLATOR!

Why are we messing with ideas on how to force the resonant tank circuit of a cell and inductor to do something that it WANTS to do naturally and worry about figuring out ways to track it as the dynamics of the cell changes? Let the tank circuit itself set the frequency. Let the tank circuit be part of a regenerative power oscillator. Sample a portion of the energy, amplify it and feed it back into the tank circuit, in phase to sustain oscillation. Let it step charge the cell until it reaches catastrophic dielectric failure over and over. It doesn't matter how the dynamics of the cell changes. It will constantly be at it's own natural resonant frequency no matter what conditions change in the cell.


I'll be working on a circuit for this tomorrow, July 4th. If it works as I think it might, this might truly become *THE* Independence Day of all Independence Days, for all humanity, for all eternity.



Level sensor 

An idea came to me when answering a post at youtube for a level sensor. Someone already did this by creating a probe dipped into the elyte from the top with two bare ends to sense conductivity when they become unsubmerged triggered by a comparator chip. I don't know how well it worked, though. The froth that forms at the top may be too conductive and throw it off.

My idea is you might be able to do it optically through the sight tube I have on the side of the elyte tank, or the probes inserted there where no froth collects. Just a couple of SS straight pins pushed right through the vinyl tubing would do it.


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