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Robert A. Patterson
 Post subject: Waveguide & Energy Conversion
Posted: Mon Apr 05, 2004 12:13 pm 
 
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Waveguide & Energy Conversion

Hello I am a waveguide enthusiast. I have been designing my own waveguide technology, which includes resonant cavities, optical coupling, slotted line antenna, grounding planes etc... However I am building an energy conversion system vs. a communications device by using the waveguide antenna to excite capacitors in a tank circuit, which discharge across a set of spark gap electrodes that I then use to excite a twin set of radio cavities, which energize a bank of huge plate capacitors, impedance matching is via a set of spiral antennas connected to a delta antenna set in parabolic reflector dish.

I built a model of the device unfortunately the waveguide is a hack job, thou I do get a signal from 100-180 MHz on the frequency counter, and my transformer is pretty crappy too as I don't have the where with all to obtain the correct sized ferrite beads for my matrix transformer, so I just put the beads on a single loop and laid the two secondary along side the ferrite beads. I did try energizing the then with a HV ion emitter source though and all of the components would light a fluorescent bulb when near of touching any of the components in the circuit.

Just wondering if you would want to help out by discussing waveguide concepts. I have tried to discus these concepts in other forums but they seem to think that I am building a device that will misappropriate energy from the local TV or Radio transmission towers but this just is not the case in fact I am tuning to the atomic transition frequency and not the local transmission towers.

btw Anyone know if a waveguide antenna can be inductively coupled to a transformer? :?

Thank you

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Robert A. Patterson
http://quantumgravitics.tripod.com/


 
   
 
XP3Scorpion
 Post subject: Waveguide & Energy Conversion
Posted: Wed Apr 21, 2004 10:29 am 
Waveguides aren't just transmission lines but rather due to there design complexities make-up complete Resonant Inductive Capacitive Circuitry...


I started out with 2-cavities from several old C-band dish antennas and joined the sections of the resonant cavities together at their choke joints, milled several apertures or holes, along with a groove in the choke joint, and a set of slotted line antenna in the floor of the waveguide to act as my atom trap and optically coupled photons into the waveguide with a set of lens apertures. I fabricated a multi-element transformer form ferrite beads with spark gap switching.

The design concept is modeled after Nikola Tesla, Moray and Plauson's "Radiant Energy Converters", its the forbidden free energy technology that academia claims as impossible.

Funny thing about splitting the atom is you get lots of free energy...

See QED, Cavity-QED, Atom-Coupled Optical Waveguides, ZPE

Primarily the focal length or optical coupling is equivalent to the size of an atom i.e. the focal point is one atom across at the focal length of the lens, and trapped via the dipole effect of the slotted line antenna, also take into consideration the polarization or rotation of the light wave, e.g. when the light is focused to a point you have this shape "V" plus the rotation which effectively causes the wave to spin in the manner of a vortex, hence there is an implosion, or inversion of energy into the waveguide. In other words the energy is caused to cohere and corkscrew itself into the waveguide...

An associative analogy would be to compare the low frequency with that of a small valve on a spray-can i.e. the small valve atop the spray-can controls a larger pressure likewise the low frequency controls the high frequency pressure in this energy conversion system.

Interesting aspects of atomic behavior in the presence of strong driving fields appear when the driven atom resides not in free space, but in a region (such as an optical cavity) that displays a frequency-dependent photon-mode density. Optical excitation provides an important means of controlling the internal state of quantum systems. Optical sources are important to areas such as quantum state preparation, quantum computing and coherent control.


Cavity atoms experience significant squeezing under the influence of strong driving fields. These squeezing effects are intrinsically connected to the polarization of dressed state populations by tuning the cavity appropriately close to the atomic transition frequency we may induce a non-vanishing inversion of the dressed-state's setting the standard for optimal conditions for atomic squeezing.


This mechanism is associated with the coupling of the atom to the zero point electromagnetic fields, empty-cavity transmission resonances are found to split in the presence of the atoms and under these conditions the cavities temporal responses are found to be oscillatory.

:shock:

Robert A. Patterson
Engineering Specialist
http://quantumgravitics.tripod.com/


 
  
 
Geetch
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Posted: Tue May 04, 2004 1:50 pm 
I'm not totally sure, but I think you need a flux capacitor. Whatever you do, don't let the beams cross!


 
  
 
Hector
 Post subject:
Posted: Tue May 04, 2004 1:57 pm 
Dude, I think your aluminum foil hat is on too tight.

I don't know what to be more afraid of, the parabolic reflector contraption in your garage, or your VW bus that gets 590 MPG.


 
  
 
Guest
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Posted: Thu May 06, 2004 11:44 pm 
I can understand your skepticism. The three of us that tested the wing still don't believe it either. Interestingly we learned that in order to maintain those high mileage's the wing's pitch angel would have to be computer controlled and constantly adjusted on the fly for maximum efficiencies, as well as monitoring the fuel usage so that the computer could seek the best mileage's depending on the driving conditions, e.g. number of passengers and other environmental factors such as relative wing speed etc... I have solid mounted RIW's on my van it yields 3-times the normal mileage i.e. I went from 10-mpg to 23-mpg driving sustained speeds in excess of 70-mph

The RIW is a vortex generator in the truest sense of the word i.e. when the RIW is ram-fed it creates a multi-suction-head in the form of multi-vortex action due to its selective geometric shaping. Conversely conventional aircraft produce drag in the form of wing tip vortices and due to their incorrect placement pull backwards in an antagonistic manner on the craft, note also that this drag is induced by the forward motion of the craft through the air. The RIW is unique in that it utilize wing tip vortices in the form of a rotating motor i.e. the air is the rotor and the wing is the stator.

:idea: Instead of comparing me with kooks and scam artists, I challenge any and everyone to come here and fit my wing to a pickup truck or a van with a luggage rack on the top, otherwise we would have to drill mounting holes in the trunk of your car in order to mount the Ram Implo-Wing. It might also be possible to mount the wing on a tow hitch receiver. Also its best if your vehicle has twin gas tanks so that we can run one tank empty and verify your mileage on a single gallon of gasoline then retest with the RIW fitted to your vehicle and set the wing's pitch angle for maximum mileage and efficiencies.

Its your vehicle, your test run, you pump the one gallon of gas, so you'll be in charge of everything except, wing mounting and adjustments and I reserve the right to ride shotgun. Also you will be responsible for purchasing any gas and all the needed hardware to mount the wing to your vehicle, note I have successfully mounted several different wings to vans and pickups for less than $20. bucks...


Robert A. Patterson
Engineering Specialist
http://quantumgravitics.tripod.com/


 
  
 
XP3Scorpion
 Post subject: 2004 Extraordinary Technology Conference
Posted: Thu May 13, 2004 3:58 pm 
Hello! :mrgreen:

Everybody looks like Ill be attending the conference hosted by TeslaTech and the Institute of New Energy.

Steven R. Elswick of Extraordinary Technology Magazine has invited me to attend their prestigious technology conference. I will discus Vortex Mechanics Free Energy and the RIW, of course Ill bring the QEG-circuit too, working or not.

2004 Extraordinary Technology Conference

--- Conference Session 6 --- Alternative Energy Technology 2:30pm: Robert A. Patterson

http://www.teslatech.info/ttevents/2004 ... gframe.htm Program Menu


http://www.teslatech.info/ttevents/2004 ... gram11.pdf PDF article

Thank You

Robert A. Patterson
Engineering Specialist
http://quantumgravitics.tripod.com/


 
  
 
guest
 Post subject: excellent
Posted: Wed May 19, 2004 12:49 am 
excellent idea. I have improved mileage with special mixture of gas, natural gas, alcohol made from grass and corn, dish cleaner detergent as activator, veggie oil, snake oil, virgin milk, and, hmm, ok, you need to pee there. Acceleration is improving. 45miles per gallon. :roll:



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