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Spatial Energy Coherence
Driver Circuits

Diagram of the driver used in the video 'Spatial Energy Coherence #9.75'

In the preceding diagram the strange driver coil shown supplying the AV Plug is
composed of a solid copper outer shell around a coreless Litz wire antenna coil
(as shown through out these pages). The following images will better explain this
new coil and what it looks like.

The following image shows one of the coils in a working circuit.

The following images show a side and end view of the coil construction.



Diagram of the driver used in the video 'Spatial Energy Coherence #9 & 9.5'

The Primary coil and the Load coil are the standard ferrite antenna coils used in
most of the circuits shown in this research.

The current Stiffler Driver able to produce significant excess Heat in a 1K ohm carbon resistor.
Heat gains in excess 500% while the driver transistor runs cool.



Do calculations match/show the gain?

Stiffler Driver 12-25-2007

Energy from the capacitor during the Sidac switch (On) period

    Jc = ( C * ( Vmax^2 - Vmin^2 )) / 2

where; Vmax = the max. voltage on C before sidac turns On
              Vmin = the lowest woltage on C before the sidac turns Off

Because the output is pulsed, find the rms power value

              Wrms = Jc * sqrt( Ton / ( Ton+Toff ))

where; Ton = time sidac is On (sec.) discharging C
              Toff = time (sec.) sidac is Off and C is charging

The power gain or loss

              P% = ( Wrms / ( Vs * Is ))  *  100

where; Vs = power supply voltage
               Is = power supply corrent


Important Waveforms


2ea. 22uH (SRF 22MHz) Chokes, JameCo Electronics #372171

1ea. Sidac 120V, LittleFuse #K1300E70



One of the first circuits showing Energy Coherence

A standard Colpitts Oscillator design followed by a MOSFET impedance
matching driver to the AV Plug and load. The circuit is high in parts count
but offers a good amount of stability. Some frequency adjustment is possible
by using a variable inductor for L1.


Spatial Energy Coupling between Active and Passive energy coils


Stiffler Driver / Amplifier

In the Stiffler Driver / Amplifier a variable inductor is included in the base circuit to ground. This inductor is not coupled
to the Collector or Output coils, it is rather free standing and isolated from mutual coupling. The output circuit is a standard
SEC design where one end of the Primary is open and both ends of the Secondary are driving loads, but floating above the
driving circuit. The illustrated design was tested with an input of 12 volts at 20mA for a power in of 240mW. Each side of the
Secondary was loaded with 17 White LEDs for a total of 34. The current in the load legs was 5mA with an average drop
across the LEDs of 3 volts. Therefore the load was 34 x 3 x 0.005 = 510mW.  The base operating frequency was 9.87MHz.


A SEC Driver Submitted by Mark McKay, PE
Named in the honor of Bedini
The Bedini Driver for SEC Research

The following image is of the circuit design and test configuration used by Mark McKay, PE for testing and exploring
the validity of Spatial Energy Coherence. Mr. McKay is an active researcher exploring the SEC Hypothesis and is attempting
to not only replicate but explain in conventional Electrical Engineering what the SEC phenomenon is about.


The 'Callanan Driver' Circuit
by: Permission of the Inventor
Slightly modified to better fit the SEC coils described in this paper

This oscillator design is unique and is able to provide a large dive to the loads
although I have not seen this driver exhibit the ability to Cohere Excess Energy.
It appears that the closed design, except for the AV Plug does not provide the
proper interface to the Spatial Lattice. This circuit should not be ignored and
should be looked at in during continued experimentation.

One of the more advanced associate researchers using the 'Callanan Driver'
his own design, simple and vastly robust circuit driver.



The 'Thomas' Oscillator
by: Permission of the inventor
A very good oscillator that is simple and highly effective.
Certain small modifications have been made from the original
with permission of the Inventor.

This oscillator contains the lowest parts count of all circuits explored thus far. In fact in
many cases the capacitor from the base to ground was not required. This circuit as with the
Thomas Oscillator is able to provide a considerable amount of energy to the load, although
as with the Thomas circuit I have not observed the circuit's ability to interface with the
Spatial Lattice and Cohere additional energy. I believe this is again the result of the closed
design of the circuit.

Q1 should have an hfe >= 195
Bandwidth of 200-300mHZ
The 330k only helps start the oscollator and draws at max. 34uA
do not increase the value as low hfe transistors may not start.
The 68pf and 190pf capacitors form a voltage divider to limit the
drive to the Base.


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