|Albuquerque Halsey - 2009-06-02 |
"This video of so called “plasma radio” is popular lately on Russian blogs. The shown effect is very cool. Here is a short story to understand it:
Location: Brovary town, Russia.
Transmitter output: 150 kW
Also used: old Soviet antennas, 90 meteres (280 ft) long cable.
That’s all what you need for UNSAFE experiments to receive radio waves.
In the area of the effect of radio waves very big potential difference emerges. Because of the modulation of the radio signal the electical spark arc starts vibrating with the human voice and begins to “speak”.
The intensity of current in such “radio” can reach hundreds of ampers and it easily can molt metals.
Such electricity doesn’t have any barriers, it can come through the thick tree.
Don’t try this at home!"
|glasseye - 2009-06-02 |
|8bitwintermute - 2009-06-02 |
When I saw he was standing at the bottom of the tower that was producing enough RF energy to make that spark I was more impressed
|splatterbabble - 2009-06-02 |
I'm skeptical that there isn't a speaker involved somewhere. Maybe I don't understand analog waves as well as I should, but this is damned interesting if I am wrong in believing there's some sort of amplifier aside from fire and air.
|fluffy - 2009-06-02 |
I dare you to touch it
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-06-03 |
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