Presented below we analyze an RF discharge generation thought competent at developing an extreme RF electrical discharge in the air which might include the opportunities of paralyzing all electronic systems in the close neighbourhood.
The suggested thought of fusing a bulb filament by way of a wireless magnetic field is not going to seem like achievable, however it may very well be executed making use of a very sturdy RF discharge, such as from a high voltage capacitor.
The concept could be brought as offered in the following description:
A high current low voltage is first stepped up to many kilovolts, then placed inside equivalently rated high voltage capacitors and finally discharged by generating a short circuit across the high voltage capacitor leads.
The ensuing discharge will develop an amazing amount RF electricity in the zone that might include the potential of fusing the filament of a bulb or enlightening a fluorescent tube shortly.
Notice: The discharge may possibly deliver damaging impact on all electronic equipment located within the range of the discharge.
R4,R5 = 100 OHMS, 1 WATT
D1, D2, D3, D4 = 1N4007
C1 = 100uF/500V,
SCR = BT151
TR1/TR2 = 220V/0-12V/1AMP TRANSFORMERS.
Making reference to the diagram above, the begin displays a simple capacitive discharge process. The circuit made up the diodes, C1 as well as the SCR form a capacitor charge/discharge switching phase that may be powered from a improved AC making use of several mains transformers.
TR1/ and TR2 transformers are paired collectively such that the low voltage TR2 winding attaches with the TR1's low voltage winding.
When mains is placed on TR2 primary, the same 220V (low current) is boosted across the upper winding of TR1.
This voltage is employed for charging the high voltage capacitor C1 in the circuit via a switching SCR stage that may be switched on by way of the 50Hz low voltage input from TR2 via D2.
The switched C1 discharge is put on to the primary of a car ignition coil, which steps up this voltage to a staggering 40,000V or higher.
This voltage is kept suspended across a thin filament position within a aptly dimensioned conical shaped aluminum radiator.
When the revealed push button is pressed, the high voltage endeavors to force its path by way of the filament developing a huge arc and explosion across the points.
This yields a powerful RF disturbance in the region which can be further magnified and propagated by the cone to the target which is here a small electrical bulb.
If the discharge is accurately tough may possibly deliver a short lived brightness of the bulb filament then fusing on account of the released RF electricity.