Encoding many channels on the same frequency through radio vorticity
markwhi at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 18:51:04 CST 2012
That's the point of published research.
I'm sure there are folks working on disproving the claims in the paper now.
There's certainly more detail in the linked paper than I've ever seen from
the perpetual motion salesmen. Might be worth it to wait to see what the
results of third-party verification are before proclaiming that it's all
just bovine fecal matter.
Just my take.
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 7:37 PM, Phil <philmt59 at aol.com> wrote:
> Well I'm no EE but I've never heard of EM wave possessing 'orbital angular
> momentum'. What's orbiting what now? On the other hand, it's a month early
> for April 1st. Apart from the reference to 'two incoherent radio waves"
> (Rush Limbaugh again?), this sounds like it comes from the team that
> brought you perpetual motion, the angular-to-linear-momentum drive, snake
> oil and cold fusion.
> Phil M1GWZ
> On 5 Mar 2012, at 15:48, 3t3 wrote:
> > Mike -
> > I think you are right. Multi-path (Fresnel or ionospheric skip) would
> surely mess things up when it comes to relying on predictable orbital
> angular momentum of the EMF. The demo shown in the original YOU TUBE video
> of what they did over in Italy was line of sight at 2+ Ghz and only about a
> mile delta between Tx and Rx antennas - i.e. there was no multi-path taking
> place in the video demo. The practical application might be limited to
> fiber optic environments or it might work in a line-of-sight microwave
> tower to tower environment but, I doubt it will be of much good on 40m HF
> SSB. :-)
> > Terry McCarty
> > 3t3 at comcast.net
> > wa5nti
> > Mike O'Dell wrote:
> >> i don't see how it could survive multipath
> >> -mo
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