[TCML] Re: Wireless Energy Transmission Follow-up (fwd)
g.peterson at tfcbooks.com
Tue Nov 13 10:34:26 MST 2007
Strictly speaking, all forms of electromagnetic radiation such as X rays,
light, and radio waves exist as an electromagnetic wave, but not all
electromagnetic waves are electromagnetic radiation. One good example of
electromagnetic wave propagation that is not by means of electromagnetic
radiation is the flow of electrical energy from one end to the other of an
RF transmission line, such as coaxial cable.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Mddeming at aol.com>
Subject: Re: [TCML] Re: Wireless Energy Transmission Follow-up (fwd)
> In a message dated 11/12/07 2:29:03 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> g.peterson at tfcbooks.com writes:
>>> I'm still unclear, I fear, on how the 'Tesla coil as receiver' will
>>> 'not' pick up the 'conventional' radio waves.
>> It is my experience that a grounded Tesla coil receiver will pick up the
>> emissions of a conventional LF radio transmitter (such as WWV, Ft.
>> Collins, Colorado) operating on the same frequency to which the Tesla
>> coil receiver is tuned.
>> It also appears that a conventional ungrounded or 'non-counterpoise'
>> antenna such as a tuned dipole or tuned loop in free space is receptive
>> primarily to conventional radio waves and not so much to the other form
>> of electromagnetic field energy believed to be associated with operating
>> Tesla coil wireless transmission-reception systems.
> Hi Gary,
> Until its existence is established, how does one determine whether or
> not an antenna is sensitive to "the other form of electromagnetic field
> energy BELIEVED to be associated with operating Tesla coil wireless
> transmission-reception systems"?
> Matt D.
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