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Re: Tesla Coil RF Transmitter
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Original poster: "Gary Peterson" <gary@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Another question I would like you to ask is, was Nemesis operating in
a sparking or non-sparking mode when the field measurements were taken.
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Subject: Re: Tesla Coil RF Transmitter
Original poster: Sparktron01@xxxxxxxxxxx
I do not know, will ask. The test was performed when Nemesis was
in operation (1993-1995 timeframe).
Dave Sharpe, TCBOR/HEAS
Chesterfield, VA. USA
> Original poster: "Gary Peterson" <gary@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Original poster: Sparktron01@xxxxxxxxxxx
> >Terry, ALL
> >Supporting Terry on this one. Richard Hull tried to detect fundamental
> >of Nemesis, max pickup distance was < 2 city blocks. Also had fellow
> >experimenter Bill Richards who is a lowfer HAM try to detect 54kHz
> >fundamental on opposite side of Richmond (~ 20 mi as crow flies)..
> >ZIP, ZERO, NADA. Nothing was detected above white noise level.
> >Dave Sharpe, TCBOR/HEAS
> >Chesterfield, VA. USA
> What did Richard and Bill use for their receivers?