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Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 12:05:36 -0500


Dear Mark,


Thanks for your interest, but we must decline the offer.


We have no eddy currents to speak of at all in the transformer section of our MEG.  That problem is already licked by the characteristics and behavior of the nanocrystalline material and the layering buildup, freely available off the shelf from several manufacturers and suppliers.  So we have no need at all for any process to reduce or minimize eddy currents, as we don't have any.   The core runs completely cool at full power output.  The power output is not a function of the power input, but is a function of the time-rate-of-change of the input.  Hence with a little energy input and judicious waveform shaping, we eliminate the usual eddy currents and losses already, particularly with this nanocrystalline core, even for full power output of the MEG.


Thanks for your thoughtfulness.


Very best wishes,

Tom Bearden