Adrian Marsh is very skilled with electrical engineering and has a lab where he has not only done some phenomenal work – his builds are high quality and beautiful as well! If you want not just picture and videos of experiments but hard data and a lot of technical detail based on experimental results, you must visit his website.
ADRIAN’S WEBSITE HAS TWO VIDEOS THAT ARE REFERENCED IN THIS POST – UES THE LINK PROVIDED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST. AND MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE REST OF HIS WEBSITE!
In the picture above, Adrian is explaining to Eric the waveforms that the Vector Network Analyzer is outputting from measurements of the 20:1 scale model Tesla coil replications. Raui Searle, another skilled engineer in the arts is in the background of the picture.
The analyzer being used cost less than $500 USD and is about as accurate as a $100,000 old Hewlett-Packard analyzer! You read that right – for less than $500, you can get the same results as a 6 figure one that has been used by industry for many years!!! It is a MUST HAVE for anyone interested in these experiments.
If you want to get one, go here: Vector Network Analyzer
For quite some time, he has been working on replicating and innovating various experiments based on the teachings of Tesla, Dollard and related. His website is quite a compendium of research on different projects including the old diathermy machines, multiwave oscillator, Tesla’s radiant matter experiment and more.
He has attended a few conference and at the latest 2019 ESTC, he brought a vector network analyzer to measure the 20:1 Colorado Springs replica for Eric Dollard’s presentation but unfortunately, he was unable to do that since much of the equipment was packed up and left prematurely. Instead, he was able to modify the Multiwave Oscillator pulse modulator that I built (my personal unit) for some experiments with the Tesla coils used for Dollard’s 20:1 Colorado Springs replica.
Go here to watch two videos where they are doing the experiments with the MWO pulse modulator and the 20:1 scale model replicate Tesla transformers as well as details on what the Vector Network Analyzer is measuring. Click below…