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Re: Plasma Power Supply
« Reply #24 on: August 26, 2019, 09:37:47 am »
didn't Marconi make a car emobilizer demonstration for mussolini

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« Reply #25 on: August 26, 2019, 14:12:42 pm »
didn't Marconi make a car emobilizer demonstration for mussolini

Plse explain...

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« Reply #26 on: August 26, 2019, 18:12:07 pm »
didn't Marconi make a car emobilizer demonstration for mussolini

There was also something called the Frankenstein Machine.  Back in the '30's some kid down in Arkansas was playing with his short wave radio and transmitted a signal which killed all cars within several miles.  Some reports claimed that everything electrical quit working while he was transmitting, even light bulbs.  So his effect may or may not have been related to the Bessel Wave Function, which would cause spark plugs to fire constantly.

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« Reply #27 on: August 26, 2019, 23:49:31 pm »
mussolinis wife was in a limo driving down some road and the transmitter when turned on killed all vehicles on the road. all demonstrated in front of Benito Mussolini

that demonstration a few yrs back by usa army used a crowd control weapon shown on 60 minutes or whatever tv show has got to be the same area of rf

it would have to be in the same freq as an engine ignition to be able to kill it. its not the spark plug under attack , its the coil or the core, or maybe chassis earth

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« Reply #28 on: August 27, 2019, 02:43:13 am »
Bessel Beams probably are a little too complex to provide the simplest solution to the problem; it only takes two out phased cell phone signals to set off a blasting cap.  I like the idea of affecting the chassis, to cancel the spark's ground.  Back then car's used a positive ground, so giving the chassis a negative charge could prevent the plugs from firing.  If it still works today, then it would be something else.  The coil's 'continuous' output would still have to go through the distributor, if there was an output.  So that wouldn't cause pre ignition.  Maybe the transmitted energy was magnetic, if it could override a coil's operation.

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« Reply #29 on: August 27, 2019, 10:26:16 am »
Thats pretty funny stuff...I wish i had such a transmitter....
A nice toy  :) ;)

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« Reply #30 on: August 30, 2019, 00:31:44 am »
so what?
1930s generally cars had mud guards , gull wing bonnets and a tin can coil bolted to the fire wall.
what field will penetrate the steel body shielding ? 
hum bucker guitar pick ups are all about shielding - (just a thought)
does transmitter find wavelength by reflection?
does it tune into the body as a node point, does wave bounce off the road up into the engine bay?
the earth is a conductor and so is the steel body, 1/4 wave length maybe?
is the car body an aerial or receiving dish?
I dunno

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« Reply #31 on: August 30, 2019, 04:05:45 am »
If something like a large Rumcorf Coil were used, the car body would act as an antenna, and the rf would capacitively couple to the engine compartment, pulling long white sparks from the polar mass of the ignition coil's windings.  But there would also be sparks in any gaps in the body, something which wasn't reported.  So it could have been some kind of magnetic effect, which is hard to shield with normal techniques.  An ignition coil itself can work as a magnetic transmitter if it's fed with biphasic pulses.  Reflected pulses from the top load hit oncoming pulses, producing floating magnetic splatter flux.  Two of these can be phased to focus the vibrating flux at a distance, or sweep it in that direction.  Normal materials can't shield against it.