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Post by nightsky on Sun 25 Dec 2016, 12:15 am

Howdy Folks.

New member here, Name is Mitch.

I came here to protentially try out some designs I have been working on, I work as an Electronics Engineer and Networking Engineer (Comms) Here in WA. I have been building a few experimental coils (Mainly used for FDX Animal Tags) However are resonant at 100-300Khz I have been building some custom electronics to drive the coils (6 in Phased Array) and certainly keen to try them out. I have had success with 3 Phased coils at a depth of about 1 Meter picking up a 5c Coin, But looking to increase the array for higher sensitivity and not just range.

Also looking at joining a few Outings, I am happy to drive within 400~kms of Perth.

Happy to chat, Hope to talk soon.

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Post by davsgold on Sun 25 Dec 2016, 2:52 pm

Sounds interesting nightsky, are these mono coils in the phased array and what sort of size are we talking about, like for hand held detectors or on a frame with wheels or skid/drag type. also are these going to work with say our current Minelab GPX or GP type detectors.

I would like to hear more.

cheers dave
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Post by nightsky on Sun 25 Dec 2016, 10:51 pm

Very much custom design, Custom sensing electronics too.

At the moment its a platform, I have been considering putting it on a chasis for remote control.

All very much prototype at the moment, Yes they are Mono coil.

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Post by nightjar on Mon 26 Dec 2016, 6:41 am

Are you aware of the type of terrain your remote would be traversing?
Raising and lowering over rocks getting under trees and shrubs?
Good luck.
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Re: Electronics Engineer - New Member

Post by Flouro on Mon 26 Dec 2016, 9:21 am

Hi Nightsky,

Detectors are a dime a dozen out there, what makes a good detector is its ability to deal with mineralised ground and the ultimate is full discrimination between different metals

Keep your cards close to your chest as many a detector designer has been shot down all in the name of competition, we all will cherish the day that we can have a serious contender to machines we use today

Looking forward to your development of what seems an extraordinary machine, but please be very,very wary of what you say publically

Cheers, Ron

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