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Title: SFG-Posts(Threads) ??? Where have they gone ?
Post by: Kator01 on December 22, 2005, 03:04:18 AM
Stephan,

where are all the posts concerning the SFG-Circuit of Mr. Jackson ?. I have placed a SFG_V1.jpg here and all the posts are gone.

I expect Mr. Jackson to clarify the facts I have shown. He put my design as totally wrong calculated.

Do we have another desinformation-agent here ?

Kator
Title: Re: SFG-Posts(Threads) ??? Where have they gone ?
Post by: Daniel Jackson on December 28, 2005, 11:23:07 PM
Well Kator

Today I am rebuilding my original Strung Circuit version and I will keep folk updated but I do not appreciate you coming on from the start popping off at the mouth.  So if you are unable to learn well fine.

As for Norton and Thevinin, any student of electronics from the tech schools knows about two way current in a complex network with two voltage sources where one current bucks the other.  Why don't you know this?  It is part of my course I took at Ivy Tech College and it is in the Jackson's 22cd Edition of AC-DC Fundamentals Text Book.  And so I can suspect you are not the electronics tech you claim to be.
every tech knows about bucking currents?

Daniel Jackson
Title: Re: SFG-Posts(Threads) ??? Where have they gone ?
Post by: dsligar on September 19, 2009, 09:24:41 PM
I know this topic is very old -- 2005 seems like prehistory.  I don't believe Mr. Jackson's device will generate power -- at all.  I am currently building one, to check his ability to  produce an output point negative to ground, which he claims will validate his theory.  I don't think it will.  I'm curious to know if any "definitive" demonstration of this has been done since 2005.  I will post my query to Mr. Jackson here when I've finished my SFG device, along with the diodes and capacitors I'm using, and the results.  I've done Jackson's calculations to arrive at these component types / values, so . . .
Regards,  David Sligar
PS  Does anyone know if Mr. Jackson is still working, or with us?