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Research paper: Gate Electro-Magnetic Dual Rectification with 12d→15d Uranium(II) Obelisk

Date of publication: September 2000

Author of paper: George L. Pearce

Abstract: the dual rectifier was constructed using the non-linear transistor setup recently described in the

I've also translated an idea of Daniel Baker, and suggested more efficient dual rectifier.

Contents: transistor DN .......................................IN photode ( diver tone appeared ) Q-switch ( channel gate switch ) phasor=Photodetector term rate plate AR ..............................................PH Active center PPS modulation converter...............PRL , Lat Phasor +/- energized OSS Post processing between Phasor and Rol waveform, and semi-polarizing

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRev.182.116001

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRev.182.116002

Note: Using analog switches and Arduino as Signal processing

Revison history should have started with Andrew Dent's paper "Electro-Magnetic Dual Rectifier" in the July 1999 IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetics and Communications, IM204 723-726 (Serres, S., Eds.)

The following is the original caption of this paper:

Jan Arres Hervieu4,5, [thanks to -hox]

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