Instructables: exploring - stepbystep - technology - wireless - power Sun, 1 May 2016 10:35:11 PDT BLOX v1.01 Wireless Power Transmission
Wireless Power Transmission - More DIY How To Projects]]> NiranjnV Wireless power Transmission There are a number of ways to transmit power wirelessly. Few of them are--Inductive coupling- This type usually has a Short range and they use Wire coils as antennas . This type of wireless power transmission is used in Electric tooth brushs and razor battery charging, in...
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Sat, 20 Feb 2016 07:49:12 PST
Simple Wireless Power
Simple Wireless Power - More DIY How To Projects]]> CollinCoil1 Make wireless electricity easy with this simple DIY! This project will use the principle of magnetic inductive coupling to transfer electricity between two separate coils. Materials Overall, this experiment does not require too many materials, many of which can be easily acquired.The materials a...
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Thu, 26 Feb 2015 08:15:04 PST
DIY plasma globe from a light bulb and facial machine
DIY plasma globe from a light bulb and facial machine - More DIY How To Projects]]> GREENPOWERSCIENCE This is a plasma globe from an incandescent light bulb and a hugh frequency facial machine. This machine is $160 with the galvanic option. The high frequency alone sells for $25 on the internet.

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Thu, 1 Aug 2013 14:38:46 PDT
How to Build a Slayer Exciter
How to Build a Slayer Exciter - More DIY How To Projects]]> Chip Fixes A Slayer Exciter is an air-cored transformer that steps up a very low DC voltage to a very high AC voltage. This creates an electromagnetic field around the coil that is capable of lighting up fluorescent and neon light bulbs. It is fairly similar to a Tesla Coil. The Slayer Exciter was the brainst...
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Thu, 31 May 2012 15:01:42 PDT
H.P.W.D.A (High Power Wi-Fi Dish Antenna)
H.P.W.D.A (High Power Wi-Fi Dish Antenna) - More DIY How To Projects]]> joespicnictables I threw this together over the week by collecting parts on the side of the road, digging in the attic, and searching eBay. It is a Dish HD satellite dish combined with a Netgear WG111v2 wi-fi card. I mounted it on a TV antenna tripod with a wood dowel. Picked up quite a few wi-fi networks. Please vo...
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Thu, 1 Dec 2011 13:26:56 PST
Low-Power Wireless Charging
Low-Power Wireless Charging - More DIY How To Projects]]> gripen40k Hi and welcome to my first instructable! I'm going to show you how to make your own low-power wireless charging circuits that will let you pass electricity through the air (or any other non-metallic medium) over short distances. This is suitable for wireless battery and capacitor charging and power...
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Fri, 5 Feb 2010 09:27:49 PST
How to build a "top-of-the-line" custom PC
How to build a "top-of-the-line" custom PC - More DIY How To Projects]]> Spectrace Well, I have been an Instructables member for quite a while after stumbling to this website on Google a year or so ago. I decided it's time for me to write an Instructable and actually publish it. So this ends up being my first Instructable so be kind. :) I am going to give you tips and pointers on...
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Fri, 12 Sep 2008 22:48:49 PDT
Wireless Power
Wireless Power - More DIY How To Projects]]> halo456456 Haven't you always wanted to charge your cell phone or mp3 by just putting down on your desk. Well one company named Splashpower has created a device that can do that. It works by using electromagnetic induction. Pretty much only Faraday's Law but with an electromagnet. Also this technique is used ...
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Sun, 8 Jul 2007 20:39:57 PDT
Homebrew WISP ( Wireless ISP)
Homebrew WISP ( Wireless ISP) - More DIY How To Projects]]> Talking Electronics I have always been amazed with wireless technology even before. I remember during our high school days. My friends and I were DREAMING on how to propagate data packets using the VHF radio (145.00 Mhz) and a Commodore 64 computer. It did not materialize though, we haven't had the chance to test it be...
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Fri, 3 Mar 2006 11:10:18 PST