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Author Topic: Proof of concept - perturbing a static magnetic field  (Read 61888 times)

Offline MarkSnoswell

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Re: Proof of concept - perturbing a static magnetic field
« Reply #120 on: July 23, 2007, 02:25:23 PM »
Hi Bob,
So what does pulsing a pulse translate to in terms of spinors ?

Dont know. There is more that is not said in a patent than there is said -- always hard to follow.
A spinor requires three independant parameters to create -- theoretically this is possible in a single coil but the drive signal would be very tricky -- independant parameters being the helical nature of the coil, the longitudinal wave and the transverse wave. Along with all of this you have the DC bias components of both voltage and magnetic field. It possible to combine and control all of these in a single coil -- but I cant help feeling that's it's an absurd excercise in minimalist design. It's far better to just add extra coils to make things easier for yourself.

The one take home message from this patent is that it's yet another case of interesting effects arising from longitudinal waves and static biases(voltage and magnetic). All the elements are there with the new twist of the seemingly crazy timing and amplitude variations... it is possible that this is hinting at a simulation/stimulation of a self modulation component -- something with an inherent spread spectrum component (this is a feature of spinors that is not in my simple models as yet)??  I wouldnt make too much of that though.

As I said -- just take home the confirmation of longitudinal waves + static biases == interesting stuff.