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Great idea. The coils from those speakers should do the trick.
You got it. You could use a kite or even a drone or quadcopter to take measurements at different altitudes. Post your data for us to see!
So cool, right? Give it a try! Its easy, fun and the results are astounding!
Glad to hear you are working on this exciting project. The gap was calculated from edge to edge of each v-module.To determine the optimal angle, you will find that maximum output voltage occurs when the most reflections can be captured in succession. Therefore tighter angles will yield better results when directly pointed at the sun, yet will require more adjustment; wider angles will require less adjustment but will allow more light to escape.I hope this helps and be sure to post your results for us to see.
Yes, you may. In fact, that is what it was designed for; you'll just using that energy for a different purpose. From there, the taller the antennae you use, the better the results.
A single circuit, no. However, by running these circuits in parallel current can be increased to suit your output needs. Thanks for checking out my Instructable and if you have any other questions feel free to let me know.
Yes and yes. Give it a try and let us know how it works out.
You sure can. Give it a try and post your pictures for us to see.
Yes, try it.
Thank you so much for checking out my project and I appreciate the kind words.You are absolutely right. Whereas this may not be appropriate where space is unlimited, in any application where area IS limited this configuration can produce a far higher wattage output with reference to area than traditional configurations.Thanks again.
Not at all and this is a very good question. As Faraday and others have demonstrated, magnetic bodies in motion produce an electric charge. If you've ever used a magnetic compass, you know that the earth, along with orbiting bodies, are magnetic with a north and south pole. These moving bodies induce a charge in our atmosphere. This charge, with our new Crystal Energy Receiver, can be captured and harvested as usable energy. Thanks for reading. Give it a try and be sure to follow and visit www.DrewPaulDesigns.com for more projects.
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This hypothetical appears to be in agreement with my data. Thanks for sharing.In regards to angle, yes, you are correct to assume optimal angle to the source was maintained and the data relationship to the hypothesis degrades correlatively.
Give them a few years to catch on. You can't blame them for not thinking of it first; they have a lot on their plate over there. ; ) Thanks for checking out my article!
Eureka! You got it working! You now have proof of concept. Now it's time to increase your current. First, try extending the antennae all the way to the highest point you can find (try your roof). Then connect a ground lead to the junction between your output terminals (between the two electrolytic caps in series) and run that to a piece of steel rod pressed into the dirt. Once that is complete, you can optimize it even further! Now, with your antennae and ground set up start wiring in more circuits. Wire them in series, parallel or both according to your needs. Put all of the components on the same circuit board for a supersized version.Thanks for checking out my 'ible! I hope this helps!
The voltage capacity is variable, however it is important to use matching pairs of both ceramic and electrolytic capacitors. Thanks for checking out my project and let us know how yours comes out!
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