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They Invented What? (No. 55)

Posted in They Invented What? by Jake Ward on July 11, 2007

U.S. Pat. No. 6,025,810:  Hyper-light-speed antenna.

JW Note:  Thanks again to Michael Barclay at WSGR for bringing this one to our attention. 

  hyperlightspeed

Background:

All known radio transmissions use known models of time and space dimensions for sending the RF signal. 

The present invention has discovered the apparent existence of a new dimension capable of acting as a medium for RE signals. Initial benefits of penetrating this new dimension include sending RF signals faster than the speed of light, extending the effective distance of RF transmitters at the same power radiated, penetrating known RF shielding devices, and accelerating plant growth exposed to the by-product energy of the RF transmissions.

The following describes, in simple terms, what the present invention actually does. The present invention takes a transmission of energy, and instead of sending it through normal time and space, it pokes a small hole into another dimension, thus, sending the energy through a place which allows transmission of energy to exceed the speed of light. 

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Claims:

1. A method to transmit and receive electromagnetic waves comprising:

generating opposing magnetic fields each having a plane of maximum force running perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the respective magnetic field;
generating heat from a heat source along an axis parallel to the longitudinal axis of the magnetic field;
generating an accelerator parallel to and in close proximity to the heat source, thereby creating an electromagnetic injection point; and
generating a communication signal into the electromagnetic injection point, thereby sending and receiving the communication signal at a speed faster than a known speed of light.

2. The method of claim 1, wherein said magnetic fields are generated by electromagnets.

3. The method of claim 1, wherein said magnetic fields are generated by permanent magnets.

4. The method of claim 2, wherein said electromagnets are wound with 2500 turns of 22 AWG wire.

5. The method of claim 1, wherein the temperature of said heat source is at least 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.

6. The method of claim 1, wherein said heat source further comprises a 620-watt Halogen lamp.

7. The method of claim 1, wherein said accelerator is linear in polarization.

8. The method of claim 1, wherein said accelerator is circular in polarization.

9. The method of claim 1, wherein said communications signal is generated by a magnetic injection assembly and a BNC connector.

10. The method of claim 9, wherein said magnetic injection assembly further comprises a one-quarter wavelength coil antenna.

11. The method of claim 9, wherein said magnetic injection assembly further comprises a three-quarter wavelength coil antenna.

12. The method of claim 1, wherein said accelerator is wrapped around said heat source.

13. An improved antenna comprising:

a heat source;
at least one magnetic field source in close proximity with said heat source;
an electromagnetic injection point formed in close proximity to said magnetic field source;
at least one accelerator in close proximity with said heat source; and
an electromagnetic signal inserter placed at said electromagnetic injection point whereby a communication signal may be generated through said signal inserter, thereby sending the signal at a speed faster than light.

14. The improved antenna of claim 13, wherein the temperature of said heat source is at least 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.

15. The improved antenna of claim 13, wherein said magnetic field source further comprises an electromagnet or permanent magnet.

16. The improved antenna of claim 13, wherein said accelerator is linear or circular in polarization.

17. The improved antenna of claim 13, wherein said electromagnetic signal inserter further comprises a magnetic injection assembly and a BNC connector.

18. An improved antenna comprising:

a heat source;
first and second electromagnets in close proximity with said heater, said first and second electromagnets each creating an opposing magnetic field;
an electromagnetic injection point formed at the intersection of said opposing magnetic fields;
first and second accelerators in close proximity with said heat source; and
an electromagnetic signal inserter placed at said electromagnetic injection point whereby a communication signal may be generated through said signal inserter, thereby sending the signal at a speed faster than light.

19. The improved antenna of claim 18, wherein said heater further comprises a 620-watt Halogen lamp.

20. The improved antenna of claim 18, wherein the temperature of said heat source is at least 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.

21. The improved antenna of claim 18, wherein said first accelerator is biased at +2000 V DC and said second accelerator is biased at -2000 V DC.

22. The improved antenna of claim 18, wherein said first and second accelerators are wrapped around said heat source.

23. The improved antenna of claim 18, wherein said electromagnetic signal inserter further comprises a magnetic injection assembly and a BNC connector.

24. The improved antenna of claim 23, wherein said magnetic injection assembly further comprises a one-quarter or three-quarter wavelength coil antenna.

25. An improved antenna comprising:

a 620 watt Halogen pencil lamp;
first and second thin wires attached to said lamp, said first thin wire biased at +2000 V DC, said second thin wire biased at -2000 V DC;
an inductor housing enveloping said lamp;
first and second electromagnets attached to said inductor housing, said electromagnets oriented such that both magnetic norths are disposed toward the center of said inductor housing;
a magnetic injection assembly disposed between said electromagnets; and
a BNC connector in serial connection with said magnetic injection assembly.

26. The improved antenna of claim 25, wherein said thin wires are wrapped around said lamp for circular polarization.

27. The improved antenna of claim 25, wherein said thin wires are placed 180.degree. apart along said lamp for linear polarization.

28. The improved antenna of claim 25, wherein said inductor housing is thermally insulated.

29. The improved antenna of claim 25, wherein said electromagnets are wound with 2500 turns of 22 AWG wire.

30. A method to transmit and receive electromagnetic waves comprising:

generating opposing magnetic fields each having a plane of maximum force running perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the respective magnetic field;
generating heat from a heat source along an axis parallel to the longitudinal axis of the magnetic field;
generating an accelerator parallel to and in close proximity to the heat source, thereby creating an electromagnetic injection point;
generating a communication signal into the electromagnetic injection point; and
receiving said communication signal as transmitted from said electromagnetic injection point.

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  1. Jeff Steinberg said, on July 12, 2007 at 7:49 am

    I would like to see the entire spec. I guess it must be ordered.

  2. Jeff Steinberg said, on July 12, 2007 at 7:55 am

    . . . never mind. I found it

  3. helios said, on March 24, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    see also abnormal glow disharge by the correas

    so, a plama into a disharge lamp of inert gas (xénon,argon) can receipt all rayonnement like magnétisme, laser or others… so if we have the coils in accordance, it must be right ?


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