Re: irregular shaped secondary

to: Ron

If you do the physics, ie integrating the energy over the surface area, the
circle has the greatest area and therefore least corona.  This is why it
will work better than any structure where you force the energy to follow a
conductor with a sharp angle -- or even a small angle.


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> Subject: irregular shaped secondary
> Date: Tuesday, January 26, 1999 4:59 AM
> Original Poster: "RON QUIRING" <ronrenee-at-hotmail-dot-com> 
> Just wondering if anyone has had any success with non tubular 
> secondaries, say octagon or higher?                                   
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