Reconstructing the cable used in Nathan Stubblefield's Earth Battery to boost signal clarity and improve efficiency of transmittance down the length of a wire, such as in a coil, by reducing its back EMF to the point at which the rate of loss of the magnetic component of a signal equals the rate of loss of the dielectric component to prevent turning a clear signal into useless noise. This is accomplished by stranding insulated copper wire alongside bare iron strips within a sheathed cable.
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This simulation runs in two modes. The first accelerates towards infinite gain, but is cut off at a predetermined point and then allowed to coast its way down to zero energy values. I suspect that some way can be devised to repeat this process before losing too much "juice", but I don't know how to simulate this smaller cycle within a larger cycle.
This implies not using a car's accelerator pedal for coasting at a fixed speed.