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CMOS Oscillator
« on: July 03, 2021, 05:30:02 PM »
                                                                                                                                     CMOS Complimentary MOSFETs.

A reverse biased Hi voltage P channel Mosfet in depleton mode and a depletion mode N channel on both power and ground sides of an electromagnet coil with the gates connected would both turn off at the ground side and simultaniously turn on at the power side to conduct the high voltage back spike to storage. The coil generates a magnetic field frrom the current interupted collapse. Input diode directed to same power wire. Approaching the electrode coneccted to the two gates with a ground wire would both interrupt the current to the charged coil at the ground and turn on the hi voltage mosfet connected to the storage capacitor. The magnetic field can power an oscillator carrying the negative ground wire that triggers the gates. A timer circuit can deliver this pulse also.

This circuit is a Little tricky because the first Mosfet is wired backwards. The field polarity is reversed in the coil when the input returns from source. This generates an AC signal and acts as an inverter. This is our basic logic circuit with information stored in the normally closed position with no power requirement. The combination of the collected current and the forcé from the magnetic field is an overunity event.

These two Mosfets have vastly different characteristics. It is simple to imagine a magnet piston AC motor that runs for free. Amperage frequency pounds of copper and magnet strength would determine wether you would run a luxury liner or a wrist watch. Position the ground wire between the gates electrode on the coil face and the magnet pendulum attached to the magnet pendulum or piston. A third mosfet on the input could gate trigger at TDC delay the incomming pulse and lengthen the throw. A Newman moter could run with the three CMOS and ground trigger commutator leveraging full use of the backspike magnet field..

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CMOS Oscillator
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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2021, 04:55:55 PM »
Shuttling an axial tube magnet between 2 coils each side with 3 Mosfet gates connected to an electrode and a ground contact in close adjacency. The Mosfet sensitivity would easily trigger from the proximity of the shuttle magnet.


The contact from the input on the opposite end would join the interruptor.

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2021, 05:24:06 PM »
Anyone can add up the 150% overunity! 2 of the 4 power pulses are double work. That is 1/2 for free! The primary input mosfets would both need timers. 4 diodes too. A Newman motor would run off the same circuit!

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2021, 05:24:06 PM »
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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2021, 02:09:32 PM »
Two Reed switches would handle the input more easily, one on the top to charge the opposite coil a another to shut it off. The interruptor is the Mosfet, but the coil should be off to not fight the ascent tail and lengthen the throw.

We don't need the opposite coil to turn back on right away. It needs to be on only one way.


The other approach would be to make the ground a latching Mosfet by including a Capacitor and resistor.

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2021, 07:44:33 PM »
2 latching Reed switches and 4 tiny trigger magnets can lengthen the power pulse. The simultaneous switching of the Mosfets is necessary to recover the full back spike. Keeping the current on to the attraction coil can be most easily handled with a couple of these kind of switches which have wider Latitude.

We can't use this top side switch to interrupt the current to collect backspike. This is the single most common reason why builders fail at successful self runners. Think about the problem!

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2021, 07:44:33 PM »
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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2021, 11:33:39 PM »
Two coils in parallel can share the same Complimentary Mosfets and one latching Reed switch if they run a 2 magnet monopolar rotor. Both the latching Reed switch and the Mosfets would trigger from a circular commutator. The Reed switch would energize both coils for 25 percent of the rotation. 4 trigger magnets. Turn on latch and turn off then turn on again twice. The separate ground connection triggers the Mosfets.

The commutator would be very simple. 4 tiny NS trigger magnets at 45 degrees with whiskers on the tail end to connect the ground and gate electrodes.

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2021, 08:20:53 PM »
A Newman motor with the coils connected and counter wound, an axial polarized rotor can be used. The 2 Mosfet, latching Reed switch and 4 tiny trigger magnets and a few diodes. The Capacitor is wired in parallel with the battery. This will pump water all day for free like Newman's.

Master Evo has a new video simultaneously triggering Complimentary Mosfets and recycling backspike. The bases of both Mosfets need to be connected to the same electrode. A ground contact is positioned next to iit and a brush makes the contact as it passes. The commutator needs 2 brushes and 4 tiny trigger magnets for the latching Reed switch.

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2021, 12:18:18 PM »
Where is the normal circuit? :P
Maybe you have a half-wall monitor, I have 1024x768.

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #8 on: July 10, 2021, 08:21:35 PM »
@Kolbacict,

Master Evo replaced his radient half bridge circuit with these two Mosfets in series. The gates of the two Mosfets are connected and both triggered simultaneously. The Capacitor is wired with a diode. No use of the coil's magnetic pulse is made to power anything. I am simply adapting his overunity circuit to a pulse motor. A commutator brush could trigger the connected Mosfet bases but a pulse controller like Master Evo's would work even better.

I proposed a latching Reed switch to regulate the input to the +V diode in the schematic.

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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #8 on: July 10, 2021, 08:21:35 PM »
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Re: CMOS Oscillator
« Reply #9 on: July 10, 2021, 08:36:30 PM »
Look at this pulse!

 

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