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Re: Simple Pulse Generator
« Reply #8 on: April 05, 2020, 02:27:37 am »
hi all  what about a good pulse generator with 60Ghz  yes 5G tech  and it will make a gun obsolete do you  like that the now have made it possible for any one to do just that

  just use the off the shelf equipment now available to make nice pulse weapons   is any one interested  ?
 
 it is a bit off the subject for here maybe Steve will put it into a new post some where   

I like pulses.  But I mean real pulses, not just a momentary impulse from an rf circuit.  The nice thing about a power pulse is that a bed of ions will cushion the pulse.   A small number of ions, as in a spark, will be swept up then pushed outwards by the pulse,  As long as the pulse is longitudinal, it will stretch a spark way out.  No wires on that Taser.

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Re: Simple Pulse Generator
« Reply #9 on: April 08, 2020, 10:03:47 am »
hi all  what about a good pulse generator with 60Ghz  yes 5G tech  and it will make a gun obsolete do you  like that the now have made it possible for any one to do just that

  just use the off the shelf equipment now available to make nice pulse weapons   is any one interested  ?
 
 it is a bit off the subject for here maybe Steve will put it into a new post some where   

Whats wrong with bullets, Aussepom?  ;D

Can you explain what kind of damage a pulse weapon can do?

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Re: Simple Pulse Generator
« Reply #10 on: April 09, 2020, 00:08:31 am »
It's been a few years since Freescale Electronics came out with their full surface amplifier chip, which was touted as a LV replacement for a Magnetron.  (12V - 40VDC). So I recently did a search for low power miniature Micro Wave Ovens.  About the best thing I found was a little cabinet with around six cell phone antennas.  You could open the little door and take out a cup of hot coffee, but it took a while.


Cell phone signals crossing at a certain angle can set off a blasting cap.  You don't always need 400 Watts of hot rf, heated by dual phases passing through each other.  However, off the shelf 5G equipment operates in a very high part of the spectrum which is heavily regulated.


The other option, 4G, works in a frequency which has recently been opened up for unlicensed amateur experimentation.  (I think it's between 4 and 4.5 GHz).  But even with the Freescale chip, you'd still need a heavy bifilar inductor to split the phase, with an appropriate ratio between perpendicular lengths of the wire on adjacent sides of this coil.

Or use the Simple Pulse Generator to produce two frequencies, by soldering the edge of a smaller disc to the edge of a larger disk. The higher frequency would come out first, then the faster lower frequency would sweep it up.  (Static Sweep).  The pulse can condense and accelerate the static.  The focal length is determined by the wire-length frequency offset.  Closely set frequencies require a longer distance to condense.

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