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RE: [TowerTalk] Trap Resonance

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Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] Trap Resonance
From: "Joe Subich, K4IK" <>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 19:57:51 -0500
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Get off your high horse.  In a series circuit, which a loading 
coil most certainly is, the current into and the current out of 
a device must be the same.  In the RF circuit, if the current 
into and out of the coil is not the same only three things can 
be happening: 

1) there is radiation 

2) there is loss 

3) the measurement is disturbing the system being measured. 

I suppose radiation is fine if one has a helical antenna (a 
coil designed radiate) but that's not what the debate is about. 

If you can't understand those concepts, go back to the very 
first circuits (and E&M) courses. 

ANY measured difference in I(in) vs. I(out) is either due to 
one of those three effects and to argue otherwise is to argue 
for perpetual motion.  

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> "One sided look" is based on real life measurements and 
> reality. If that is smearing, then I am proud of it. 
> I found on NG what I was looking for, confirmation and 
> explanation what I have observed and knew, and W9UCW 
> measured, it will be summarized, explained in a more 
> comprehensive article after I will complete the work. 
> Then we will see  who is pathetic and who starts ridiculing
> those who do not agree with "guru's" erroneous "teachings." 
> Stand by.  How is that "proof" by Eznec using zero size coil? 
> Go and MEASURE IT!  


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