The Electromagnetic Fountain

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The EM fountian bowl!

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satelite dish

I’ve just got this photo from Øystein Lia, the project leader for the Electromagnetic Fountain at NLI Engineering. A retired parabol antenna dish stemming from Tryvann, Oslo, that will form the fountain bowl. It looks quite small, but is in fact 2.5m in diameter.

Listening to the Electrosmog detector

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THIS page describes how to identify the sources of electromagnetic radiation as heard using the Electrosmog detector that I used in my field survey for the Electromagnetic Fountain, and gives sound sample examples of them (listed below).

Background Hiss – Background Hiss (MP3, 79 KB)
GSM – GSM (MP3, 45 KB)
DECT – DECT (MP3, 111 KB)
TETRA – TETRA (MP3, 77 KB)
3G – 3G (MP3, 104 KB)
3G – WiFi

(It also demonstrates how to extend the sensitivity of the sniffer.)

Sniffing in Stavanger – Little EMV sniffer

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This EMV sniffer was put together by Erich Berger and Martin Howse during the Maxwell City Workshop I took part in at Atelier Nord in 2007. It is based on kit components that can be purchased here.

Sniffing in Stavanger – Zap Checker

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Here’s a video of the Zap Checker detector in action where the Electromagnetic Fountain is planned to stand.

Frequency range: covers 1 MHz to 8 GHz.
Output: Audio Jack and needle display.
Antenna: Internal
Calibration: Can be calibrated for different signal ranges and for digital and analog signals.

Sniffing in Stavanger – Electrosmog Detector in the Rain!

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Here’s a video of the Electrosmog Detector in action in the rain. Its much more noisy.

Sniffing in Stavanger – Electrosmog Detector

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Here’s a video of the Electrosmog Detector in action during location scouting for the Electromagnetic Fountain in Stavanger.
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3000 MHz
Conditions: very humid, sunny period between heavy rain.

Amplitude modulation explained

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Here’s a tutorial from Radioteacher explaining Amplitude Modulation:

Written by ajsteggell

March 23, 2008 at 7:44 pm