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Author Topic: Fundamentals of FREE ENERGY generation with a transformer. Experiment #1  (Read 27817 times)

Offline tarakan

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@tarakan

Keep your idea for when you have to choose your thesis in school, and keep your eye out for the sale of this device.
It is a combination of an FPGA and microprocessor. Very high speed digital circuits tend to design themselves. Even
you could design your idea using this device;

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/13588168/papilio-duo-drag-and-drop-fpga-circuit-lab-for-mak


:S:MarkSCoffman

I will wait for this kickstarter project to be up for sale.

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I need to learn to program FPGA, I guess.
Is there a hobbyist-friendly FPGA shield-like device, similar to what Arduino does to microcontrollers?
I have no experience with FPGA whatsoever.

I see that the Papillo DUO is the only thing that may be on the market. The rest of the designs exist only as step-by-step instructions.
I cannot solder SMD so I am not sure what to do with them.

I found another use for my circuit - electric pain relief devices. It doesn't have to be an RCL circuit to resonate. It can be a muscle.

This circuit can allow
a device like TENS 7000 penetrate the flesh and cause the muscle it is tuned to to relax and contract,
preventing most of the current from passing through the skin. Muscles do have self-frequency in a way.
This can allow two adhesive electrodes to excite a muscle that is out of their reach.

Meanwhile, I am a little bit isolated and there is no one more skillful than I am to teach me.
Is there an FPGA that can run at 100Mhz? Can FPGAs themselves act as asynchronous frequency dividers and divide the clock for Arduino?




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Is there a hobbyist-friendly FPGA shield-like device, similar to what Arduino does to microcontrollers?


http://www.elektor.com/search?q=fpga

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Offline tarakan

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I wish I had that kind of money.

Offline tarakan

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I want to learn Verilog.

Does Mojo or Papillo run at higher frequencies?
I am not sure how frequencies work for FPGA as they can multiply their own clock.

So programming FPGA is all about generating code that automates routine settings of individual logic gates?
In a way how HTML generates a web page.
An iteration would be used to latch an N number of gates for a specific task.

I want to learn how to program them.
Interfacing FPGA would be a greater problem.
I would go for the ones that are wired to USB already.

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Offline fritz

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I don't want to deal with analog solutions because analog electronics is harder to work with.

The digital part of your obsession is very simple to achieve - even if you have to learn  a bit about cplds, fpga,s or uP.
But measuring and kicking will be analog per definition.
I have never seen a bit ring a bell.

So maybe you should write a simulator ;-))

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Offline tarakan

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The digital part of your obsession is very simple to achieve - even if you have to learn  a bit about cplds, fpga,s or uP.
But measuring and kicking will be analog per definition.
I have never seen a bit ring a bell.

So maybe you should write a simulator ;-))

There is no obsession. I can use Arduino. I feel I should not go too deeply into microcontrollers.
FPGA - at some point in my life.

I posted all this to get other people started. This project it too difficult for me to carry out alone.

Kicking will be tripped by one bit. It will be analog. Maybe it will use a gas discharge tube or a vacuum tube for the final task.

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Re: Fundamentals of FREE ENERGY generation with a transformer. Experiment #1
« Reply #53 on: November 13, 2018, 05:35:00 AM »
There is no obsession. I can use Arduino. I feel I should not go too deeply into microcontrollers.
FPGA - at some point in my life.

I posted all this to get other people started. This project it too difficult for me to carry out alone.

Kicking will be tripped by one bit. It will be analog. Maybe it will use a gas discharge tube or a vacuum tube for the final task.

Hi,

first off, complete this project "Akula0083 30W". I'm sending the file. Then we can work together to make this project digitally better and decipher.

I live in Turkey. I'm trying to understand this project and make typological equivalents.

I have some experience in digital electronics. It would be enough to use Arduino and Raspberry pi in the project.

A company has managed to produce it.

https://infinitysav.com/pcb-device/

https://youtu.be/1n2KuK_YD5U

Please tell me your thoughts on this topic in general.

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Re: Fundamentals of FREE ENERGY generation with a transformer. Experiment #1
« Reply #53 on: November 13, 2018, 05:35:00 AM »
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