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A question from way out on the fringe...

Original poster: "Albert Gruzs by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <gruzs1-at-comcast-dot-net>

Here's the question~
What would happen if someone used the output from a 'normal' TC, as a driving
voltage for a rediculously large 'Super TC'?
It would have to be a mind-numbingly huge device to overcome arcing across the
Since the TC output is already at a sufficiently high frequency, a second
'tank' circuit wouldn't be necessary. A straight coupling from TC secondary to
Super TC primary should suffice. Here's the big problem~ coupling the TC
secondary to the Super TC primary would definately skew both the TC secondary's
inductance and capacitance.
Any thoughts on how to overcome this problem?

Have a good day,  Albert.