Re: Magnifier questions

>> Also if the resonant frequency of a magnifier is the lumped tune of both coils then
>> the voltage rise must be greater in the first coil (in volts per turn) than in
>> the resonator due to standing wave 1/4 wave.  Current being 90 degrees out of phase
>> with voltage and current at a maximum means large gradiant in voltage.
>Wrong!  The greatest rise always occurs in the resonator. RH.

Is there any resonant voltage rise present in the secondary of the driver, or does 
it just obey the turns ratio rule?

>From the test run I did last weekend I still think I should re-wind the secondary
of the driver coil with thicker wire and fewer turns.  About 100.  Would you say 
that Im in the right track?

Julian Green