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Alternator as transmitter
« on: February 17, 2008, 14:48:28 pm »
Ok,

For some people how doesnt know it, Stanley Meyer was also trying to duplicate
somebody else work. Thats good news. He was one of us! ;)
The name of the dude was : Andrija Puharich
http://www.rexresearch.com/puharich/1puhar.htm
In this link you will see a sparkplug and a tube setup.

I am honest that i didnt made the link myself to the AM transmitter thing.
But i did know about the Andrija stuff for a long time.
The simularities between Stan and Andrija's work are very very big.

Now i hear you thinking: what is the link with alternators?
The early day AM transmitters were made of alternators! (AM spark transmitters)

You wanna prove? A lot of you remember sitting in your car and listen to the AM radio.
When your car was old and badly electronic filterd, you could hear a swing tone when you put the trotlle to the bottum of yr car. When the revs went up the tone wend up!
Why?

You heard the 1Khz transmitter / alternator!

So, what can we do with this knowledge?
I suggest that we investigate if this is what Stanley an Andrija did.
It would make sense, if you talk of low amps and high voltage! 8)
Meaning, you put an isolation trafo in parallel with your wfc.
And you build up volts into a capacitor on the primairy side, or you just put 1500V with a switch on the prim side.
The trafo must be capable of doing around 1khz 1500V pulses and pass them to the secondairy side.
I think that the wfc and the secondairy side must be in resonance , in this case, tuned to 1 khz!

Ok, let this be the beginning of a long topic!
Please your reactions!

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« Last Edit: February 17, 2008, 20:13:25 pm by stevie1001 »

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Re: Alternator as AM Spark transmitter
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2008, 20:12:33 pm »
Ok, first comment

Is it AM or is it something else?
We hear the tone.

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Re: Alternator as transmitter
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2008, 21:57:42 pm »
Hi Steve  :)

Here is a link to backup your statement

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexanderson_alternator

Also check out the tesla patent toward the bottom

Thanks for the site
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« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2008, 22:07:11 pm »

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« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2008, 23:14:58 pm »
Thank you Gen X
Very nice links!

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Re: Alternator as transmitter
« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2008, 09:05:25 am »
the only difference of such alternator from a car alternator is the number of pole pairs.
from link "had 600 pole pairs in the stator winding and the rotor was driven at 2170 RPM, for an output frequency near 21.7 kHz"
my car alternator has 6 pole pairs instead of 600. (i.e. for every revolution I`m getting 6 sinewave cycles). And I am getting about 400hz when the alternator is reved to about 3800rpm.

3800 / 60 = 63.3 revs per sec

numebr of poles = frequency output / revs per second
                           = 400 / 63.3
                           ~ 6 poles


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Re: Alternator as transmitter
« Reply #6 on: February 18, 2008, 21:51:52 pm »
Hi,

Yes Kumaran is also bussy with alternators. At this moment with the one in his car.. ;D
He is trying to install a cell in his car feed by the alternator.

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Re: Alternator as transmitter
« Reply #7 on: February 18, 2008, 21:55:47 pm »
Hi

I agree that the frequency should be alterd and I think that there is a way to do this.
I have to run some tests to confirm, before I publish that.

Anyone suggestions about the possiblilty of the use of the alternator as CW transmitter?

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