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Wireless Power -- Zenneck Surface Wave:

K5TED (K5TED) on February 11, 2018
Website: http://www.texzontechnologies.com/technology/
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This has been licensed for testing in the 1710 to 1900 kHz band.

Zenneck Surface Wave is an electromagnetic wave that uses the surface of the earth as a waveguide enabling it to carry communications signals or electrical power efficiently over long distances.

This wireless power system will employ a “transmitter probe,” located near a power generation plant, to launch a Zenneck carrier wave. Receiver antennae will be positioned appropriately around the world to receive the signal and download the power into a local microgrid or conventional grid architecture.

The wave is impervious to weather effects such as lightning or geomagnetic disturbance or electromagnetic pulses (EMP), including those associated with a nuclear detonation. Unlike a wired grid, the Zenneck wave cannot be physically attacked and cyber attacks would be challenged to target or cause cascading failures to a wireless system.

When launched, the Zenneck Surface Wave literally envelops the planet like a balloon, enabling transmitter probes to be placed anywhere power can be generated and receivers to be placed anywhere power is needed.

http://www.texzontechnologies.com/technology/

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by K4GLM on February 14, 2018 Mail this to a friend!
Tesla had some problems with his idea. The big one was collecting payment from power customers; anyone in range could use it,so why pay for it? That is why his financial backer pulled the plug on further development....the other problem was the carrier could go around the world or various topographical features and return out of phase, cancelling power. But, now we have "new technology" which will, presumably, solve these problems. For one thing, we have "new evidence" that the earth is, in fact, flat, not round at all; so all we gotta do is come up with a billing agreement, and those FCC commissioners are gullible as hell, so they will agree to anything.... I call B.S.!
 
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