Technical information about antenna design and function as related to discovery of a method and/or apparatus to detect, shield, absorb, scatter, reflect, or transfer the energy used against human targeted individuals
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active electronic antenna design
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I am simply collecting here bits and pieces that I hope/find relevant to my research.
I am attempting to understand and be able to detect, shield, scatter, absorb, and/or redirect the energy being used today covertly to torture and murder as well as to manipulate.
Discovery and use of any method that results in the MIND CONTROL, REMOTE NEURAL CONNECTIVITY, BIO-TELEMETRY, and other energy based weapons being made ineffective, and, therefore, useless, should be considered.
THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS…
That being said, here is information to consider:
It has been mentioned several times that the input stage of an
active receiving antenna is easily damaged by lightning in the vicinity due to the very high input impedance of the amplifier.
Several years ago Dr. (now professor) E.H. Nordholt of the
Technical University Delft in The Netherlands developed an alternative design for an active antenna that does not suffer from this problem.
Instead of making the input impedance very high it has been made very low by means of negative feedback.
As a result the E-field probe, a piece of copper tube of 50cm long and 3cm diameter, now feeds a current into the FET at the input. Because of the probe’s capacitive impedance the current increases with frequency at 6dB/octave. This is compensated by negative feedback.
Nordholt calls it an “integrating transimpedance amplifier in order to obtain a frequency independent transfer of the antenna signal.”
The principle is shown here.
The active antenna has a frequency response that is flat
from 5kHz to over 30MHz. It stays linear in field strengths up to 10V/m.
The output power is more than 100mW.
Great attention has been given to
proper noise behavior (“noisemanship”).
The input is protected by diodes against high voltages.
Because signal voltages at the input are very small due to the low input impedance little signal current flows into the diodes and they do not impair the favorable characteristics of the active antenna.
In a test the antenna was not damaged by sparks jumping
to the probe from a car ignition coil.
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The circuit diagram came from an article by Nordholt in a Dutch
In the diagram you find “ferriet kralen” = ferrite beads
At the gate of the input FET is a resistor of 1 giga-ohm. This high value is dictated by the lower frequency limit of 5kHz.
If you would be happy with a lower limit of 50kHz a resistor of 100 Meg ohm would be enough.
Still a high value but it can be made by a string of lower value resistors in series.
For more information see:
E.H. Nordholt, D. van Willigen: “A new approach to active antenna
design”, IEEE Transactions on Ant. and Prop., vol. AP-28, no. 6, November 1980. 73, Dick, PA0SE