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Old 09-30-2011, 02:34 PM
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Default Build your own - 160 Meter Ham Band Alexanderson Antenna

In 1919 in Bolinas, CA the United States Navy commissioned Ernst Alexanderson of General Electric to adapt the existing Marconi antenna into a scalar transmission network for VLF communications. The operating frequency was 18.6 KC. A 100:1 scale model operates on 1860 KC, the 160 meter ham band. This Alexanderson model could be the first ham radio non-electromagnetic communication system. As of yet, this has not been built and tested. Possibly transmitting between a pair, resulting in space scalar communications, for the first time. Theoretically no time delay, and very little attenuation. Try it and see.
http://american-marconi.org/Downloads/Downloads.html
Alexanderson Antenna System at a scale of 1 : 100 (Second item down on the page)
System for the Transmission and Reception of Telluric electric waves (5th item down on the page)

Later will come the 160 meter ham band Tesla magnifying transmitter.
http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...ard&aq=f&aql=f

Theory of Wireless Power by E. P. Dollard.

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Old 09-30-2011, 03:19 PM
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Default Re: Build your own - 160 Meter Ham Band Alexanderson Antenna

Thanks - I still have an old 40-80-160, Mercury vapour tube, transmitter and older reciever.

I keep thinking, VE1BGY
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Old 11-27-2011, 12:30 AM
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Default Re: Build your own - 160 Meter Ham Band Alexanderson Antenna

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Later will come the 160 meter ham band Tesla magnifying transmitter.
http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...ard&aq=f&aql=f
Oh wow, that's great! I have wanted to know the specifics of that device since I saw the video.

I have looked at the Alexanderson Antenna project before, it was intimidating, but I will look at it again and I think I understand more about this stuff now.
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