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Title: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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..
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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!
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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!
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: kolbacict on July 10, 2021, 12:18:18 PM
Where is the normal circuit? :P
Maybe you have a half-wall monitor, I have 1024x768.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 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.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on July 10, 2021, 08:36:30 PM
Look at this pulse!
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 24, 2021, 03:00:56 PM
This is really a brilliant circuit from Master Evo! A looped recovery diode only grabs a fraction of Evostars simultaneous "Coil Capacitor" discharge. He is probably generating 4 times the magnetic field strength. It would be very simple for Evo to measure the comparative throw.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 24, 2021, 04:14:34 PM
An electromagnet with backing magnets and balanced neutralization pulse timing the capacitor discharge coupled with 2 Mosfets and diode.

The backing magnets attract the ferrite rotor or oscillator spring and the combination pulse neutralizes the field. The addition of the coupled Mosfets with gates triggered simultaneously and recycling backspike Capacitor OU COP may be possible!

Coupled Mosfets and a Capacitor! Voila. This simple circuit solves the complex timing problems the Adam's motor creates.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gH7UW8MmC4c

I mention coupling Mosets and connecting the gates at 1.35 in the video. The gate is connected to a razor blade electrode that is positioned over the face of the electromagnet coil. A ground wire is connected to the tensioned ferrite ring. The addition of Evostar´s capacitor fills in for the timer I call for.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: forest on August 25, 2021, 02:55:09 PM
Please resize images, because it's very hard to read text so long
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 25, 2021, 05:49:56 PM
Try and adjust your screen magnification.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 02:23:05 AM
Each Mosfet has a body diode and there is a blocking diode at the input.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 02:30:38 AM
The neutralization pulse oscillation is a fiendishly simple solution for the control pulse that Evostar has complex integrated circuitry to control. He is generating 3500 volts with the coupled Mosfets. The large Capacitor lowers it for discharge back into the coil.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 02:37:26 AM
Look at the position of the body diode between the drain and source of the Mosfets.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 02:43:52 AM
The sensitivity of the Mosfet gate to ground proximity is many times greater than the best Hall Effect transistor. Connecting both Mosfet gates to the same electrode will insure simultaneous triggering.

I connect the gates to a razor blade by copper magnet wire, position the blade on the face of the factory machined electo magnet, and connect another copper wire from the ground to the ferrite ring I use as the attractor. A field effect triggers the pulse with no physical contact as one can see in my video. The electromagnet has a stack of strong neodymium magnets attached. The ferrite ring is attached to an elastic band.

Half the cycle is free power from the attraction magnets. This by itself delivers a COP of 1. Collecting and recycling the voltage boosted backspike for simultaneous delivery to the Electromagnet coil has to send the even COP overunity!

2 mosfets in series, 3 diodes and a large Capacitor! This can run a compressed air pump and generate excess electrical power as well.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 03:16:28 AM
Here's a picture of the ferrite ring at triggering distance , the electro magnet and backing neos and the gate electrode. The "Gray Tube" "married hi voltage and amperage for a super magnetic pulse. The simultaneous dielectric discharge is basically the same. This should be the most efficient electric motor ever built.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 04:18:39 AM
Gray.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 01:18:07 PM
I reverse the curl on the magnet stack by 90 degrees interupting 3500 volts in the second Orstead video. This is proof that the current is actually traveling sideways through the wire from the vacuum.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8wBt9Q8H5I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zubp7Woxt8Y

The forcé of the Gray magnet propulsión is an implosive inrush from the Dirac Sea. Master Evostar´s CMOS circuit will draw power through the sides of the Electromagnet from the surrounding Earth field to supply power for the overunity magnet pulse like Gray managed to do. Discharging the hi voltage capacitor charge into the Inductor would be like setting a firecracker off under wáter and the magnet pulse the wáter plume from the implosión pressure supported by the coupled amperage. This delivers a real wallop. A powerfull and super efficient Magnet Popper.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 04:25:57 PM
Gray discharged his hi voltage capacitor bank into heavy pound and a quarter coils with ferrite cores. Evo is using spiral speaker wire coils with no magnetic cores. The tough high perm pot core electro magnet sold online that I use can handle the punishment from that kind of cap discharge. The inductance is too low in the coreless spirls to generate any meaningful magnetic effects. The dielectric discharge "Scrubs" the inductor of electrons followed by the force implosion. This is referred to as Radient Power!

The simple elastic ferrite actuator is needed because the pot core is bipolar, between the rim and center: However, the simple oscillation delivers the same 50% duty cycle as the shelf full of electrical equipment that Evostar supplies with needless operating current. Shorting this discharge would produce a green spark.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 26, 2021, 11:05:29 PM
To be completely faithful to Ed we would need two electro magnets facing each other with opposite polarity backing magnets in attraction and reverse polarity Evo circuits with two bucking Capacitor pulsed neutralization fields in opposition. A central spring could cushion the impact and restrict seperation. These pistons could work two sides of a powerful pancake compressor pump. All four Mosfet gates would connect and trigger simultaneously. The gates electrode would position on the face of one electromagnet and the ground wire to the other.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: onepower on August 27, 2021, 05:37:32 AM
Synchro1
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The forcé of the Gray magnet propulsión is an implosive inrush from the Dirac Sea. Master Evostar´s CMOS circuit will draw power through the sides of the Electromagnet from the surrounding Earth field to supply power for the overunity magnet pulse like Gray managed to do. Discharging the hi voltage capacitor charge into the Inductor would be like setting a firecracker off under wáter and the magnet pulse the wáter plume from the implosión pressure supported by the coupled amperage. This delivers a real wallop. A powerfull and super efficient Magnet Popper.

I built and tested Ed Gray's circuits and found there not what most think.

For example, I can charge a capacitor to pulse a coil and almost all the energy dissipates in the coil. Then I add a series resistor and almost all the energy dissipates in the resistor not the coil. Here we can see the properties and layout of the circuit components can determine "where" the energy in a circuit dissipates. So when we understand what energy is and how it works we can dictate where energy concentrates or dissipates within a circuit.

Ed Gray discovered how to move the "zero point/plane" in a coil which normally dissipates energy into a second battery to recharge it. In this case the energy in the circuit doesn't see the coil as a load and blows right through as if it wasn't even there. Most don't understand energy or energy flow so most of this makes little sense. Energy matters...

I rediscovered Gray's working concept by using a shunt/magnetometer to measure the voltage drop across various coils in different configurations. Here one could ask what is a voltage drop?, how does it work?, why does it appear?, what is it's effect?. Most don't know so I will try to explain it. If the coil had no resistance or inductance (which is actually self-inductance) then there would be no voltage drop across the coil and it would act like a plain old wire. So the voltage drop across the coil/conductor is an indicator of how much energy is being dissipated within it.

It's actually kind of strange if we think about it... Power= Voltage x Current. Thus if we know the current across a coil is constant but we can measure a voltage drop across it then the circuit voltage must be changing across the coil hence the drop. Since Power=VI and we know V dropped then so must P over the span/distance of the coil in T(time) which is an energy drop or point of energy dissipation. Most don't get this because there preoccupied with voltage, current and power when they should be looking at energy, more so the total energy in any given system and what it's doing.

One could also ask why I always use a shunt and a hall effect magnetometer on all my load coil experiments?, it's because I want to know the actual strength of the external magnetic field in relation to the voltage drop ie. energy dissipation. Most have never done this and just took it for granted (like most things) that it always falls within textbook theory which is a mistake. Here actually measuring what is happening can give us greater insight versus just guessing.

I don't suspect anyone will get this but I will throw it out as a brain teaser, it is based on some of my past experiments...
Now suppose that we have an average circuit with a constant current I and voltage V from a fixed source in a circuit loop where V drops across each load element constituting a point of energy dissipation. Fair enough and most rules hold until we suppose a motional source which rotates about the loop with the current I. In this case, because the source VI is motional within the circuit loop so must be the voltage drop across each circuit element be equally motional ie. variable with respect to the source. For simplicity I simply call these kinds of systems motional-motional systems, lol.

Here I would simply state Energy is the ability of something to perform work. Since work is a force acting on said something over a distance then "Energy is Motion". Thus changing or transforming the kinds of motion occurring within a system must change the energy within said system. The reasoning behind why FE devices must be possible is because "Energy is Conserved". In every case energy, which is motion on every level, must be conserved. Thus by changing or transforming the kinds of motion taking place we are in fact transforming energy.

So this notion of creation and destruction must be discarded. The laws we know are explicit in this case, nothing we know including energy can be created nor destroyed only transformed... so transform it.

Regards
AC

Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 27, 2021, 10:03:09 AM
Electromagnets can reverse polarity. Experimenting with two Electromagnets faceing one another to measure their repulsion range is important. Running the oscillating stacks of backing neos in and out of the cores of output coils would generate a significant amount of power. The Capacitor discharge may pass unnoticed through the electro magnet as AC points out.

The same oscilator can work fine on one Mosfet alone without the recovery capacitors.

I was shocking a one Henry choke with a stun gun and getting a magnet pulse. I believe it's proportional to inductance.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 27, 2021, 06:05:31 PM
After watching coil gun videos I have determined that the pop is directly proportional to capacitor Joules. A common capacitor with auxiliary charging, like a flash circuit attachment would help!

Bumper magnets at the ends of the output coils in opposition to the backing stacks would tighten the throw up and increase the frequency and output voltage. A common capacitor in parallel with the source battery and additionally charged with high voltage from the oscillating magnet stacks should help increase the high voltage dielectric Joules.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 27, 2021, 06:50:09 PM
Stood on end in a tube, one electromagnet neo backing stack can do all the work pumping inside an overhead output coil. Applying magnet  force will speed up the gravity assisted oscillation, and raise the output voltage to assist a "Coil Gun" Capacitor pulse discharge. Perhaps we can avoid exploding the magnets.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 27, 2021, 09:24:22 PM
Gotoluc demonstrates practically zero repulsion between electromagnets. The magnet backing stacks would each need an elastic retractor like the prototype. They would still pass through the core of their output coils with the tensioners attached.

The EV Gray pulse requires many more Joules then stored by
The BEMF in Evo's capacitor. However, it can help with the contained field.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 27, 2021, 09:54:29 PM
An Orbo circuit where the attraction between two tensioned magnet stacks is interrupted by a thin spiral coil between the stator legs. Evostars circuit would be ideal to pulse that kind of magnet flux blocker.

The output from the chattering magnet stacks inside the output coils should generate sufficient power to replenish any losses required to sustain the pulse. Properly balanced, mere mill amps could release tons of force.

I am sitting here asking myself what it would cost to run that kind of generator and I come up with a goose egg. Half a clam shell!
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 01:19:37 AM
Here JLN is neutralizing the magnetic attraction of the NS magnets to the ferrite ring core coil with a pulse.

A thin single wire spiral coil between NS tensioned magnets would work without the core. Master Evo's circuit would generate and store power from the mutal re-attraction cycle.

The operating cost would remain fixed at unity regardless of any increase in scale up. This oscillator would be completely frictionless, noiseless and vibration free. Gate electrode and ground electrode corectly positioned to trigger the Mosfet from the field effect alone with no contact.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 01:56:12 PM
Would the capacative discharge from Evo´s twin Mosfet circuit be sufficient to cause an Ed Ledskalnin PMH locking event?
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 04:08:09 PM
I lock synchronous washtub motor stators with a pulse. Evo´s capacitor discharge may work the same way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOJKmvF-t2A
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 04:58:28 PM
A push button switch for Evo's gate joined Mosfets should permanently lock ferrite with double taps. Insufficient Joules for a Gray pulse but enough perhaps for a different kind of PMH Quantum Coupling event!
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 06:39:16 PM
13.1 Millijoulse for100 microseconds will reverse the permenent magnetic poles in an axial Alnico. Imagine a magnet track with a cylindrical Alnico traveller that ran into a coil that reverse polarized and sent it in the other direction.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 09:35:45 PM
This is how we calculate the power in the Capacitor discharge. 680nf at 3500v.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 28, 2021, 10:38:34 PM
My math adds up to 8.3 milli joules about 2/3 of the power needed to reverse the polarity of an axial 1 inch long Alnico cylinder.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on August 29, 2021, 06:34:04 PM
A tiny coil H bar "Washtub Stator" flux bridge would neutralize the force of many powerful neodymium's attached to the legs behind it. A sister would attract and seperate with very small amounts of power to those aortic fulcrum points. The same electrical short can handle multiple power levels.

It would cost the same power to neutralize any amount of magnet strength through the flux loop stator bridge compared to an Art Porter design that energized masking  with an electromagnet coil of matching strength.

Replace the tensioners with pump diaphragms then calculate and compare the watts of input consumption to the many pounds of pressure stored in the tank.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 03, 2021, 11:16:41 PM
Here are the 2 Cycles of the Eklin generator:
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 03, 2021, 11:19:19 PM
Member Floor reports measuring a 30 to 1 sheer to push pull advantage with his ceramic magnet shield.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 04, 2021, 02:17:29 PM
Positioning two ceramic stacks on the base and rotating two magnet shields at the ends of a rotor arm by 90 degree increments with a central stepper rotor motor would pump two overhead stacks by gravity without the need for Eklin return springs or shield solenoids. A latching relay would hold and release the stacks for complete removal of the shield. A square axle nut and connecting bar with a couple of legs for frame.

A 30 to 1 COP may be possible with this kind of generator? This design makes "Reverend Floor" look like Wiley Coyote. Beep beep!
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 04, 2021, 09:31:57 PM
Consider this hollow shaft stepper motor. The shaft can ride on a spring and exit through an overhead hub with a collar key. The setup needs to be stiff and crisp to get the full advantage. A 4 banger with structural arms can cushion it's descent on the main spring.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 06, 2021, 03:01:45 PM
A compact hollow shaft rotary stepper motor and an overhead spline hub to mate with. The central shaft would rest on a strong spring underneath.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 10, 2021, 07:50:19 PM
At 9:58 in Ray's "Magnet Lock" Video he says he measured up to 30 times the COP of sheer to push pull. Equal to the one Floor measured. Below he is measuring 20.

The force to push a ferrite rod with reverse backing magnets through the air core of a ring magnet is 30 times less then the force of the ring magnet field it reverses.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 10, 2021, 08:49:19 PM
Here the backing ring ceramics are visable at the base of the coil. This setup should be 30 times OU.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 11, 2021, 05:47:47 PM
The neo backing magnet appears behind the steel rod. The rotor is visible along with the solinoid coil.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 11, 2021, 05:53:10 PM
Both Floor and Raymond have measured a 30 to 1 sheer to push pull advantage. This field shifting approach of "Magneticmotorfun"  in his "Magnet motor switching of Permanent Magnet fields" video enables the same COP!

The force differences between the two is astonishing just to pressure test digitally. The ring pole reversal has a vector. Alignment and distance are critical. A real wallop appears in the video of the wash tub motor reaction with 1/8 inch of throw on the ferrite rod.
Title: Re: CMOS Oscillator
Post by: synchro1 on September 11, 2021, 09:59:48 PM
Ray's setup : the neutral zone supplies the gate kick in the wash tub model too. The small retraction kicks the field with a snap.