Museum of Broken Dreams: The Scalar EM Transmitter w/ Caduceus Coil Antenna
Scalar longitudinal EM, linecast into a Faraday cage and received by a LW AM receiver, at 174 kHz. In one of the wireless power videos I show that this improvised Faraday cage completely blocks the wireless power transmission system, working at about 800 kHz, even at very close range. It produces a 65 dB attenuation of a powerful local AM radio station’s signal on the Grundig radio, but it hardly attenuates the signal from the Scalar EM Caduceus transmitter at all, only a few dB. I built this unit many years ago and haven’t had it out to play for at least 10 years. I think I got the original schematic and antenna design from Jean-Louis Naudin’s JLNLabs website. Thanks, Jean-Louis! As usual I’ve made a few enhancements and improvements of my own, so YMMV. Do I actually “believe” in Scalar Longitudinal EM? I dunno. I can tell you this much: the Caduceus antennas and coils have some weird characteristics. Make some and see for yourselves…. I’ve used this unit to transmit into a much better Faraday cage than I show here: a completely closed steel elevator car. The radio is a Grundig G8, a wonderful little radio with great sound in headphones, and AM, FM, and LW capability as well as SW to 30 MHz. It has all the usual clock and alarm functions, world time display and even a thermometer display.