Delayed Conduction was a technique I first observed on The MEG:
JLN, Jean Louis Naudin's MEG here:
Where you see the Carbon Resistor, this is what JLN had to say about his MEG Replication:
- a "conditionned" RLoad(100 Kohms, non inductive carbon, 5Watts) or a MOV (Metal Oxide Varistor) is REQUIRED for getting the output datas measured above,
Where you see the Carbon Resistor, that's the placement of the TVS The MEG Team used, you can observe the statements here:
The Timing of the Coils Slapping together , exactly the same as I have shown you, is determined by the TVS, or the Conditioned R Load, which by the way, you will have a lot of trouble with. Very hard to get this Carbon Resistor to Conduct at a certain Voltage.
Of course, the rate at which the Conduction occurs and the Tension on the opposite Coil, is very important, a combination of a series of events timed to achieve a goal. Maximise the Voltage on the Coils.
Of course the Video Above mimicking the processes.
NOTE: You still need the same Waveform I have shown, the one you had before. The lone extended one, where we get, or can get Above Unity Numbers.
Best wishes, stay safe and well,