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Re: High voltage standing waves with a magnetron?
Original poster: "Jim Mitchell" <electrontube-at-sbcglobal-dot-net>
Discover magazine: Rats exposed to cell phone radiation showed significant
neurological dammage... Something to consider.
Regards - Jim Mitchell
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Subject: Re: High voltage standing waves with a magnetron?
> Original poster: "mercurus2000" <mercurus2000-at-cox-dot-net>
> Yes, but that's normally at very large power levels right? I'm talking
> powering it at 1 or 2 watts, not 1KW. Do you think 1-2 watts is still too
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> Subject: Re: High voltage standing waves with a magnetron?
> > Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance-at-jvlnet-dot-com>
> > If you do this experiment --- be very careful.
> > Microwaves cook part of your eye and you can go instantly blind in both
> > in seconds.
> > If not in a proper enclosure you might wish to pass on this experiment.
> > Dr. Resonance
> > Resonance Research Corporation
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> > Baraboo WI 53913
> > >
> > > I was just curious if anyone experimented with high voltage standing
> > > from a magnetron and trying to create a resonant rise from them? My
> > > for a safe experiment, would be taking a small microwave oven
> > > power the filament at that standard 3 volts ac or dc, and applying
> > > EXTREMELY small power HV DC current to the entire device, like 4000
> > > at a half a milliamp, to keep the power output at about 2 watts
> > than
> > > the normal 1KW, would a circuit like this work? Or would the heating
> > > current to the filament have to be reduced as well?