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It is said that Nikola Tesla used impulses instead of alternations in some of his circuits and achieved resonance. My question is, if I can create a resonance effect on my RLC circuit, when I apply pulsed dc (rectified AC or square wave for example) with a function generator ? Why ? Tesla believed that dc pulses were much better than ac (alternations)! Is it also possible to create such impulses by recharging a bank of capacitors as Nikola Tesla did ? Why ? I plan to use a function generator, would rectified ac be better than square waves in my RLC circuit, why ? I was not able to find a resonance equation for dc impulses, could you help me please. Many thanks, Sharon
Re: Is it possible to create Resonance with DC impulses ?
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