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Template:IndexProjectResX This is a circuit to be used in the Resonant X Experiment, to validate whether arrayed and loosely timed resonant elements will harmonize as a sine wave across the disjoint timing elements. That is, will the coherent envelop 'smooth out' the pulse-timing of the arrayed halves of the oscillator.

The ring-of-3-NAND-gates offer a TTL signal level of oscillation, which is surmised to dwell in the self-resonant range of the loops, as the loop frequency is the inverse of the sum of the delays.

This circuit produces chaotic 3-phase rotary magnetic fields of very low levels. The 3-phase output is inherently noise, timing noise, drifting as any timing error is accumulated in the self-clocked stages.

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current20:03, 27 January 2020Thumbnail for version as of 20:03, 27 January 2020961 × 727 (84 KB)Don (talk | contribs)©{{donem}} Category: one_f_drift Category: project Category: electronic The proposed circuit (from me to me) of a ring-oscillator. The ring-of-3-NAND-gates offer a TTL signal level of oscillation, which is surmised to dwell in the se...
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