Electric OU: MOSFETs…. HOW do they Work? Part 9

The same setup (IRFPG50 in linear conductance region, NTC thermistor monitoring bulb temperature, airflow sensor) is used to demonstrate that the mosfet’s capacitances can and do pass AC current between Gate and Source, and Gate and Drain. The capacitance of the mosfet is small (although the PG50’s is larger than many) but that doesn’t prevent it from passing large currents in this manner. The F43 function generator is set to make a sine wave at about 1.5 MHz, the oscillation frequency of the Ainslie NERD “overunity” device. So… this video shows: 1) A functioning MOSFET can pass plenty of AC current at the Ainslie oscillation frequency 2) A function generator can act as a CURRENT SOURCE, lighting up a light bulb, etc 3) A function generator can provide ITS OWN POWER, through a mosfet’s capacitance, to power a load, whether or not the mosfet is itself powering the load, even through the mosfet’s capacitances. 4) Misconceptions about how mosfets work will cause grave misunderstandings of circuit behaviour. This video clearly and simply illustrates several phenomena that Ainslie denies are even possible. “Do The Math.” (tm RA). Of course in her circuit these phenomena are happening at higher frequencies and with a lot more power, and are kept obscure by the improper data collection, analysis, and reportage engaged in by the chief NERD. (There appear to be no other NERDs willing to speak out, for at least the past year.)

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