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The Hexatron is a push-pull high-frequency, chaotic ring oscillator, operating as high-current, low-voltage three-phase current pulses, timed from six electrical connectors.

The Hexatron is a 3-phase entanglement of copper magnetic-dipole antennas, each passing through the other as a Villarceau circles, that as a group describe a torus surface.

At the center of the torus described by the slant and offset of three Villarceau loops, is the 3-phase test-coils consisting of a 3 quantity 2:3 torus knots (m:n) wound upon the same torus form.

The FOMMIII 'Hexatron' design as realized by don89.
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In an attempt to enchant a magic stone to the edge of town for my tasty Magic Stone Soup, the first incantations of the ingredients follows:

  1. 8 power transistors[2] per each of three phase-sections of the Ring oscillator
  2. Transistor heat-sinks
  3. One or two dozen 1/8 Watt carbon resistors. These 'sum' the load signals against the previous stage of the ring oscillator.
  4. A ring-shaped support mounting transistors and heat-sinks on six circumferential points.
  5. Two potentiometers, one for voltage-controlled-frequency selection, the other for centering the oscillation between the rail voltages.
  6. A low-voltage supply, of any quality. Hum-rejection is advisable (adequate filter capacitors to smooth the power supply ripple).
  7. Copper refrigeration-tubing, 1/8" soft copper, by about 100 feet.

The Hexatron is made to pass current back and forth through an electrical dead short, very fast, and from three different directions into the bifilar conduction connection-points of 3-qty. torus knots wound on the same torus form at the center of the Hexatron.

Comparison to the Marko Rodin 2-phase 7:12 torus knots

The Rodin Coil is a 7:12 torus knot, which does not afford, geometcially, a bifilar conduction between diametrically opposite connection points on the outer periphery of the torus knot conductor loops. The Rodin Coil has seven loops passing through the torus hole, per each of the two torus knots (2-phase windings), which works out geometrically for the equal-length conduction paths to begin at the outer periphery, on the torus plane, ending at the inner-hole on the torus plane.

The directions of the current conduction are from the nodes of 2nd harmonic resonance established on the outer Villarceau magnetic-dipole loops. These nodes afford precision timing reference for a superluminal group wave-shape. I.e., at least through a portion of a a cycle of rotation of the magnetic vector experienced by the resonant loops, the power transistors can be switched on (nearly) simultaneously, though separated diametrically, affording more precise lock on a superluminal group wave (in the relative time domain between elements of an asynchronous ring oscillator system). When tuned to a controlled precision, the angular momentum of the system magnetic envelope can be step-phase-switched faster than the rotary magnetic-coupling between the dipole resonators may energetically accommodate. That is, the rotary moment may out-run the ability for the quantum-mediation to occur before the cycle is complete. This leaves the cycle 'floating' in the same phase geometry. The overlapping phase geometries of the quantum-remediation-moment, and the rotary-magnetic-moment is the phase-space simultaneity that affords the merging of the near-field Coloumbic forces, and the advent of energy-condensate behaviors choreing into the magnetic resonant envelope. Not planning for the potential surge of current at Zndiarsic's velocity will destroy the oscillating condition. The resonance will dampen and dissipate, shorted by the matter lattice, save there is ample current capacity and control to balance the dwell of the matter lattice against the excitation of the rotary magnetic envelope.

The Hexatron is intended to flow high-amperage current through copper loops made for magnetic self-resonance.

The phase-stability of the ring oscillator is inherently very poor, i.e., the nature of a ring oscillator is to oscillate chaotically, with random timing variations of each switching-time in the phase-cycle around the ring. As the switching sections of the ring are clocked by each the other, rather than a system clock, all timing variations are accumulated over time as a chaotic waveform within the time-domain of the coupled ring. The noise, or chaos, is purely and only the variation of the switching edge as measured against a consistent time-reference. It is exactly and only the edge jitter of the timing of the transistor switches driving the ring.

The inherent nature of chaotic oscillation of a ring oscillator is exaggerated by high-gain switches. Fast switches minimize the switching time, thereby increasing the ring frequency.[3]

The Hexatron is anticipated to avail itself as a chaotic oscillator that will find nucleosonic-couplng at the low-impedance notch-frequency predicted by Frank Znidarsic in his historic paper, The Control of the Natural Forces.

Design goals

Prior to assembly and test (circa Dec. 2014), it is anticipated that the resistive loading of the harmonic signal at the resonant nodes would dampen the harmonic peak, and increase the chaotic energy accumulated by the system (design assumption at this point), implementing a selectable level of chaotic 'bandwidth' by the adjustment.

Asymmetric loading of the resonant notch of the integrative-constant applied to each resonant node (that selects the chaotic width of the ring system) is anticipated to invite the highest harmonic frequency components in the time-domain analysis of the rotary current pulses activating the central torus knot array. The highest harmonic frequencies obtainable will be determined by a balance of precision against speed.

The goal of the oscillator is to create a wide-bandwidth, bidirectional, current-pulse noise as a 'white noise nest' to promote the dissipative harmonics of the central torus knot array under test.

The radio frequency generated by magnetic pulse resonance, similar to the operation of a magnetic dipole antenna (a simple circular loop) is almost zero because the resistance of the test coils is almost zero.

However, vector inversion phenomena, a blind spot to modern electromagnetic theory, yet documented by the U.S. military in Spiral pulse generators patents, may emerge during approach to certain harmonic modes as Znidarsic's Velocity is approached.

Faraday cage operation is a very prudent thing to do, while various ways to shoestring together detection equipment for RF effects is included in the search for bench solutions to ensure healthy ongoing-project work.

Bifilar conduction patterns in a 2:3 torus knot

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  1. yet, experimenter/Builder Gilds are encouraged.
  2. FDP025N06, N-channel MOSFET, 60 Volt, 120 Amp. continuous, 295 Watt package dissipation, TO-220 package.
  3. Ring frequency: The operating frequency of a ring oscillator is the reciprocal of the sum of the propagation delays of all the sections of the ring.