[time-nuts] 4 KV Power Supply Recommendations
Lux, Jim (337C)
james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Jan 19 02:10:41 UTC 2010
Also, consider that the RF envelope is a half wave rectified sine, so the peak/rms ratio is quite high.
On 1/18/10 4:08 PM, "Didier Juges" <didier at cox.net> wrote:
Looking at the detector output, it seems the 1W is a very narrow peak,
probably when the magnetron starts oscillating at the beginning of each
pulse. The average signal from the detector is much lower, probably by 20dB
or more, so from a heating standpoint, there is not much leakage. The
analyzer being on peak-hold mode with 1 MHz bandwidth, it responds to those
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> That third eyeball growing out of your forehead really is
> quite becoming...
> The 1W peak is concerning, though, for health reasons. I
> guess you should keep your head far, far away.
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