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Re: Russian, Ukrainian Coilers?
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- Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2005 12:52:54 -0700
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Original poster: Grishka <ghome@xxxxxxxxx>
Tl> I was just wondering how many Russian, and/or Ukrainian coilers are out
Tl> there reading this list? I know we have coilers from the United States,
Tl> Australia, New Zealand, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Argentina, and
Tl> many other countries.
Tl> Please respond with your level of expertise and approximate location.
Tl> This is a purely unscientific poll. For curiosity's sake only.
Hi, Karl. There`s a group of people in russian internet, who are
interested in this field. I`m from Ukraine (Zaporozhye, if you know
:-) I can name approximately 20 people, who are seriously engaged in high
voltage, I`m among them, but I`m not only working with TCs (I had a
12/40 nst, but it was blown that year :P & it`s not so easy for me to
find new one...) Now I`m constructing a short wave (7 mhz) transmitter
to make a connection with Moscow, my other hobby - working with old
computers (286, 386) I have a small page on www.flyback.org.ru but
this site is unavailable temporary... I think that`s all :-)