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Is there any way to create a device that sends out electrical pulses wirelessly, sending the signal to basic circuits? Answered

I've recently been building a multi-use probe (It just might be a sonic screwdriver) and I was wondering if there was any way to emit an electronic signal in a linear path as a way to send electricity to a nearby open circuit or play music on a nearby speaker. It would also be imperative for it to not fry circuits when it transmits.

Also, is it possible to concentrate an EMP in a single direction? I don't want to have to reset my watch every time I use it.

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iceng
iceng

7 years ago

You still wear a watch !! ?

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Stephen_789
Stephen_789

Answer 7 years ago

well, its just in case I need a calculator.

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iceng
iceng

Answer 7 years ago

My fingers, even the pinky, were always too big for those tiny keys...

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rickharris
rickharris

7 years ago

EMP it will not be but your talking about radio. That's what it does.

Research Radio and Radio control for more information.

You may also get some mileage from looking at Infra red communications.

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Stephen_789
Stephen_789

Answer 7 years ago

I mean including non-optimized circuits, like powering a lightbulb

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kelseymh
kelseymh

7 years ago

If you want to send a "focused" beam, you should look up antenna theory. What you want is an antenna which produces a beam shape with a single, large primary lobe, and minimal secondary lobes.

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Josehf Murchison
Josehf Murchison

7 years ago

Yes it is called a tuned low em transmitter.

Can't garentee the watch.