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
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.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Trap Resonance
> "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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