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Definition: A Hexatron is a hexatronically activated oscillator.
Purpose: The hexatronic activation creates a chaotic jitter in the ring oscillations of a ring amplifier. The ring-amplifier is embedded within the resonant-conductor power flows (power pucks). The ring oscillator over-drives the power needed just below what would drive the system into any of many orders of chaos (perhaps ← call it a conjecture of test.)
Development direction: The jitter is a signal source to attempt development of an imager of information about regular dynamics within the random pulse stream. The development of crude image with sophistication of really redundant algorithmic simplicity (when situated within paradigmatical (paradigmic?) affordances) will be images that track co-categorical, inter-related events in time (data samples) into the oscillatory nature of the ring amplifier.
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Hexatronic activation refers to driving electrical current through fast power-transistors from six points around the perimeter of a multi-phase group of copper loops on a donut.
The name 'hexatron' is about six, and things doing circles, like the bevatron accelerator, and a six-sided circle.
A Hexatron, assembles with the resonant copper knots on a donut contacted at six power-amp contact points, neatly fitted inside a hexagonal frame, which is the diagonal plane of a hexahedron, the cube, suspending the assembly for mostly open-air study of a kilowatt or two of harmonic pumping by the built-in ring-amp of power-pucks at the hexagonal points.
This design drewels for quantum-enhanced field-effect power transistors that are faster than copper, just about.
Moreover the driving style is as a ring of inverting-power switches. This means that, when connected in a ring, switch inputs to switch outputs, the ring becomes a forever tail-chase of switches switching on and off in a ring.
The hexatron drives copper loops in an array on a donut in heavy current in square pulses. The inductance of the loop generates a magnetic field and a voltage delay that slaves the loop frequency to the impulse-resonance of the resonator element.
The ring oscillation decreases in frequency when inductive delay within the ring-path increases.
A signal of regular duration that is picked up from the local neighborhood, the oscillator proximity, increase the rotation-rate around the ring of the signal propagation, by firing a ring-switch earlier in the timing cycle, until the timing drifts into the delay half of a cycle, in which case the oscillator tracks a signal found near its operating frequency. The end result is that the oscillator frequency will track a local signal with variation in the average frequency of the ring oscillation.
A variation by some degree from a local signal matching a ring oscillation duration will add timing-adjustments on the frequency, but in small increments appears as edge-jitter of timing-regularity.
Also, a walking-timing-wave may rotate in either direction at some velocity around the oscillator ring. A walking-ring is akin to heterodyne beats at increasing or decreasing regularity in radio receiver theory.
Inductively embedded ring amplifier
The ring amplifier principle of amplification is demonstrated in an N-average running window analysis over a consistent timeline of data samples. In essence, a running average 'averages out' any regularity that does not match the oscillating frequency of the ring amplifier.
However, the Hexatron, specifically the Resonant-X Configuration, has inductors in series with the circular information path. This embedded induction into the ring-amp principle essentially makes the Hexatron a toroidally revolving magnetic phenomena, with some semiconductor-delays peppered in the ring-path for control theory handles.
The word picture: the Hexatron makes a toroidal magnetic revolving envelope that is switched (step-phase rotation) at the flux-flex-speed —and a bit of transistor delay on the edges.
Proximal magnetic induction
Q: How does one inject into a self-structured magnetic toroidal revolution?
A: Magnetically, from the proximal environment of the oscillator. This isolation of the Hexatron's near-pulse field is reason for the suspension framework for remote, mid-air operation.
How to inject a signal into a golden magnetic revolution of a self-compressed 13:8 knot by the decomposed 3:2 knot from the magic 3-group-detanglement (loop-resonance) of a Fibonacci knot ratio.
The Hexatron Silent Picture Show!
The equally alien-like computer science nurtured and adopted by DARPA funding in the early millennium to listen to just what is significant within the noise of the whole world is a simple technology, but as rare as hen's teeth. The solution is not as difficult as different. The computer science affords an isolation in a near-real-time-lock, of inter-related-regularity in noise. Noise means totally unknown noise. Unrecognizeable information.
A goal of the computer science safarri investigating the things over time to be found in the edge-jitter of a magnetic vortex is to isolate the dynamics that influence the jitter. Those dynamics external to this self-revolving magnetic pulse-engine, the Hexatron, are a direction of research and development. The dynamics of the Hexatron are first studied, to evolve versions that better capture the design principles. Then the hexatron noise can be cancelled from the vortex noise, and the remaining noise is the focus of study of this long-time reverse-engineering of the 2013 near-death disclosure.
When the Hexatron maps and displays inter-related co-occurrence in ordered-strata of frequency of categoric occurrence of jitter-delays in a real-time manor, it will essentially bind a graphical object to the unknown and unanticipated patterns existing over time within a fully chaotic source —in comp sci geek-speak.