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Re: LC III
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- Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2005 11:12:59 -0700
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Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
>From various coil measurements I've found the average deviation to be approx
6.5-7% on medium sized coils (12-20 inch dia. sec).
> It boils down to this: (repeating myself now...) if you wind and
> measure a coil, it won't resonate at the frequency you would expect
> it to resonate at if you assume that signals traverse the wire at a
> speed given by the universal constant 'c'.
> Instead, it will resonate at a frequency within a very few percent
> of a prediction based on the well understood and fairly basic physics
> that we've been trying to teach Jared.