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Re: Building A VTTC, staccato pcb

Original poster: FutureT@xxxxxxx In a message dated 8/24/06 8:20:46 PM Eastern Daylight Time, tesla@xxxxxxxxxx writes:

Original poster: "Jim Mora" <jmora@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Hello VTTC builders,

A couple of years ago a silk screened staccato PCB was available. There may
be a few left out there floating around. They were very nicely made and the
bugs were mostly out. It was somewhat of an open, joint project, including
FutureT (aol) check his home page. The maker is on my tongue tip, sorry.

I was very easy to assemble.

Jim Mora
Long Streamers


Dan McCauley made such a circuit board.  I don't know if he
can still supply them.  His circuit is based on the concepts I used
in my staccato boards, but I wasn't involved in his project.  He added
extra pulse-timing variabilities.  I think someone else made a PC
board for staccato also.

BTW, I made a new VTTC more than a year ago but never finished
the final tuning and testing.  It uses a 6.5" x 24" secondary, and
a primary wound from 3/8" copper tubing.  The single tube is a
5868 which is larger than an 833A.