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Tesla Magnifying Transmitter Patent Wall Decor


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Magnifying Transmitter

Tesla’s experiments with resonance of electrical energy led him to design the Tesla coil. The design was based off of an existing spark gap circuit design, which charged a capacitor from the secondary of a high voltage transformer and discharged the capacitor through an air gap. Tesla added a second transformer to the design.

Tesla Coil Circuit

The size of this second resonant circuit had to be exactly ¼ of the wavelength of frequency desired. By doing this the resonator circuit created a second circuit that would build in potential. Using this design Tesla was able to create extremely high voltages and at high frequencies, similar or even exceeding those created by modern radio towers.

Wireless Global Transmission of Power

In order to understand Tesla’s magnifying transmitter an understanding of the electrical circuit of the earth is necessary. Tesla did a lot of work on this subject.

There are many forces at work on both the Earth’s surface and in the atmosphere. Telluric currents are electrical currents that travel on the Earth’s surface. They are the result of thunderstorms and changes in the magnetosphere of the Earth from solar winds and other intergalactic phenomena.

They are also the result of humans using electric currents and changing magnetic fields. These Telluric currents are very unpredictable, moving mainly toward the equator or poles depending on the time of day, and are typically of a low current. At the proper frequencies, around 7.3 Hz, the Earth’s impedance drops dramatically.

Tesla compared the Earth to a shiny polished metal ball. The ionosphere is a layer of the upper atmosphere that has a large negative electric
potential. The space between the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere is called the Schumann Resonance Cavity.

Tesla calculated the resonant frequency of this cavity to be 11.3 Hz. In 1963 it was confirmed that this space does have several resonances
with a fundamental frequency of 7.86 Hz, although that changes based on environmental conditions.

Tesla’s proposal for wireless power was to create a large electric potential at the resonant frequency of the cavity. This would create a standing wave of electric potential around the world, which could be tapped into by any circuit tuned to the same frequency. Tesla meant to tap into the telluric current of the Earth and create the electric potential of the standing wave at the same frequency, using the Earth’s current to power his circuits. This design would require many repeater stations stet up around the globe, as the strength of the signal is inversely proportional to the
distance from the transmitter.

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