Parameters for
Finite Element Analysis

Cylinders as quarter-wave
resonators (The yellow cylinder is not actually there. It is
shown to demonstrate the relationship between the wavelengths.)

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Welcome. Please find information regarding an experimental electromagnetic resonator. Using the Golden Ratio (1.61803...) as the base of logarithms gives rise to a Geometric Series of sidebands when the waves heterodyne. The following paper describes the technology in more detail.

Golden Ratio Heterodynes (5 May 2019)

Euclid's Extreme and Mean Ratio in RF Sidebands

The initial set of measurements were made with the structure excited such
that the Electric Field flowed in circles through the circumferences of
the cylinders. That is, the Electric Field formed loops coaxial with the
axis of symmetry of the structure. These measurements are documented
here:

Measurements preformed in a shielded anechoic chamber at PSU.
Frequency sweeps with VNA. Spectrum Analyzer measurements with wideband noise source.
Discussion of experimental data. Calculated vs. measured frequencies of resonance.

Experimental Data, (18 Jan 2019)

We may also consider the mathematical Dual of this situation: Exciting the structure such that the Magnetic Field flows in circles through the circumference of the cylinders. That is, the Magnetic Field forms loops coaxial with the axis of symmetry of the structure. In othere words, look at the structure as a Magnetic Circuit, rather than an Electric Circuit. The reslts of such experiments are forthcoming.

Dimensions,
Decimal, GIF file

Dimensions, Algebraic, 4 element

Dimensions, Algebraic, 8 element

Dimensions, Decimal, .dxf CAD file

Dimensions, Decimal, text file

Plastic fixture for holding
cylinders, PNG file

Plastic fixture for holding
cylinders, DXF file

Cylinders, 4+1 element
array

Cylinder Dimensions,
Algebraic. 4+1 element array.

Cylinder Dimensions,
Decimal. 4+1 element array.

Hyperbola Equation

The purpose of the circuitry is to create, and amplify, a signal made up
of a Geometric Series of frequency components.

Block Diagram

Unbalanced Mixer Schematic

Class A Amplifier Schematic

GNU Radio file for creating
a Geometric Series of
Frequencies

Wiring Diagram 4

Wiring Diagram 7

Wiring Diagram 2

Time Varying Voltage
(Electric Field) on Central Cylinder. The capacitance between the
central cylinder and the next cylinder is like the coupling cap
between the plate and the antenna.

Perspective Views 1

Perspective Views 2

Perspective Views 3

curl B = dE/dt + J

Golden Ratio base Logarithms

How the waves heterodyne (text explanation)

How the waves heterodyne (gif)

Heterodynes in the frequency domain

Physical geometry derived from wave equation

Physical geometry derived from wave equation (2)

Golden Rectangle construction

Rectangles rolled up to make the cylinders

The whole structure fits within a
Hyperbolic Horn, which is the shape of a vortex in water

A Golden Spiral can be thought of as a wave with an exponential envelope.

If the period of the wave shortens by a factor each cycle, then the wave has a hyperbolic envelope.

This image shows the meaning of the
logarithm taken in the previous image.

Here you can see the relationship
between the period of a given cycle of the wave, and all subsequent periods.

Exponential vs. Hyperbolic growth.
Hyperbolas reach an asymptote, whereas exponential curves always remain finite.

The geometry of the
structure can
be derived from a spiral wrapped around a hyperbolic horn.

time-space.gif

Simpler form of the wave equation,
with
the asymptote at z=0. If this was a sound wave, it would sound like a chirp.

Copyright Sean Logan 2011-2019.

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LICENSE.pdf

HOWTO.pdf

CONTRIB.txt

CHANGES.txt

PRODUCT.txt

Circumference, wavelength and resonance calculations

Readme

1. Lange, Christian. "Lâ€™Angolo aureo" June, 2002

2. Campbell, Rick. Designing and Building Transistor Linear Power Ampliers. QST. February, 2009. Part 2

3. Freeman, Jeffrey Phillips. "An In-depth Look at Duals and Their Circuits" 28 September 2020.