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Re: ISSTC Components

Original poster: "Dan" <pbursa-at-cfl.rr-dot-com> 

I think the real break trough is that Jimmy and Steve started using
resonating primary ... That's what makes DRSSTC and ISSTC different from
SSTC running in the interrupted mode.

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From: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
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Sent: Monday, June 14, 2004 1:19 AM
Subject: Re: ISSTC Components

 > Original poster: "Malcolm Watts" <m.j.watts-at-massey.ac.nz>
 > On 13 Jun 2004, at 12:00, Tesla list wrote:
 > <snip>
 >  > I do appreciate what you are doing, but i cant help from voicing my
 >  > opinion about this.  It would be different if you had bought these
 >  > parts at discount and resold them, but you are selling samples.  As
 >  > the "inventor" of the ISSTC, i guess this makes me feel a bit more
 >  > emotional about this related issue.
 >  >
 >  > Regards,
 >  >
 >  > Steve Ward
 > That's a pretty bold claim considering that Mark Barton ran his
 > MOSFET coil in both CW and interrupted mode years ago. I once thought
 > that a Marx bank I developed was an innovation since I used chokes
 > instead of resistors as the charging elements. Then a kind person in
 > the States gave me a copy of Sargent and Dollinger's "High Power
 > Electronics" and I saw "my" wonderfully innovative scheme described
 > in graphic detail and written up long before I hit upon the idea.
 > That's not to belittle your achievement in any way but just to make
 > known that an exhaustive search for prior art is not a bad thing
 > before making claims of originality.
 > Malcolm