Re: single shot

Re: "humps"
	These indicate overcoupling between primary and secondary
(assuming tuning is correct).  This would result with no discharge
because Q is higher than it is when the discharge takes place and
places a shunt load across the secondary.
	In the old "wireless" days there was much comment in the
literature about the dangers of overcoupling and the result of
emitting a "double wave".  Incidentally, one of the claimed advantages
of a quenched gap, at least for radio work, was that it allowed
the use of much closer coupling between primary and secondary.
Ed Phillips