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RE: TC potential measurements

Original poster: Terry Fritz <teslalist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi Chris,

I don't think so...

It is a 1MHz bandwidth thing at a low <5% duty cycle...

It the least, you would need op-amps and a bunch of extra electronics added to get the signal to a peak captured DC signal...

Then there are very significant calibration issues.... I see DC has a nice 200kV power supply and I have 50kV ones...

You just need a lot of "stuff" to play this game...

Probably best off doing the computer models and just "trusting" us ;-))

I think the computer models may soon be able to "tell" us the voltages better than we can "measure" them anyway!!! These computer models are just too good once they get that good data to go from...



At 07:17 PM 3/15/2005, you wrote:
Terry, I'm intrigued by this plane antenna
device... but for those of us who can't
afford an o'scope, can this be adapted to
work with a common analog meter, such as
the Simpson 260 or similar?
C.L. Mayeux, MsEE
Owner, MSB Data Systems