Microwave gun plans

Microwave gun plans

Tagged em, emp, magnetron, magnetron cannon, microwave, microwave cannon, microwave gun. The microwaves cause no explosions, and the device doesn't seem to have anywhere near the 50-foot range claimed by [Kreosan] for their device. [Allen] puts forth the theory that the explosions seen in the original footage are far more likely to be from small firecrackers rather than any electronic components dying from microwaves. [Kreosan]'s original video was impressive, showing everything from home stereos to a humble moped exploding when in the presence of their powerful device. However, many of those watching the video doubted the footage. Most criticism centered around the nature of the power supply to the magnetron falling short of the usual 700-1000W seen in a microwave oven. Wow, where's here? Does it actually work– doesn't the electric company just bill based on estimated usage. Or am I being naive? Almost exactly one year ago, [Kreosan] published a video detailing an EM "weapon" built out of three magnetrons, some batteries, and a taser. It all seemed a bit too good to be true, so [Allen] decided to try and replicate the results for himself. Initial testing with a single magnetron. This setup could light the bulb at a distance of a few centimeters. 59 thoughts on " Are Microwave Guns For Real? ". And that's why I have not answered the requests to change my pre-pay meter to "Smart" vulnerable, hackable, easily tampered with meters. [Allen] starts by experimenting with a single magnetron, successfully using it to light a compact fluorescent bulb at a range of a few centimeters. Scaling up to the full triple magnetron setup with a cardboard and foil feedhorn, [Allen] is, at best, able to crash a calculator at a distance of a few feet. That's because you can't strap a MASER to a shark's head. LASERs on the other hand. . That reminds me, a few years back I had to fire my Director of Evil Genius Castle Security, he'd had sharks with lazy beans on their heads in my moat for 16 months before I noticed thankfully it was rather easy to let him go, I'd just written him up the previous week for hiring men who couldn't shoot straight. Good on ya! Microwaves always scared me away from high-voltage high-frequency experiments. Upon reading about the exploding nonsense I was reminded of this. Back in the late 1980s a cousin of mine who was in the Navy and *supposedly* went to school to be an electrical engineer told me that he was going to build a radar jammer that would blow up a cop's radar gun. I tried in vain to explain to him that if it could fry the electronics in a cop car 1/4 mile away that it would utterly cook you if it was inside the car with you due to how much power you'd need. I got nothing but arguements about "well how do you know if you don't try" and no amount of "received power is an inverse square of the distance" type reasoning would convince him otherwise. Thankfully he never got a job in EE as far as I'm aware and now he's a mostly inadequate IT admin(he installed Norton on my dad's home computer as well as removing the firewall is how I'm certain of this). Overall it's a solid attempt to recreate someone else's work to verify the results, a cornerstone of science. We did bristle somewhat at the valiant 18650 being described as a "vape battery", however. For more microwave goodness, check out this attempt to recreate the TSA's body scanners. I found that if I have credit topped up of over 30-GBP then they don't keep asking as soon as their system guesstimates that the credit has gone. Your system doesn't meet the requirements to run Firefox. Your system doesn't meet the requirements to run Firefox. Your system doesn't meet the requirements to run Firefox. You're using an insecure, outdated operating system no longer supported by Firefox. Your system may not meet the requirements for Firefox, but you can try one of these versions:. Visit Mozilla Corporation's not-for-profit parent, the Mozilla Foundation. Portions of this content are 1998–2019 by individual mozilla.org contributors. Content available under a Creative Commons license. Your system may not meet the requirements for Firefox, but you can try one of these versions:. Your system may not meet the requirements for Firefox, but you can try one of these versions:. Your system doesn't meet the requirements to run Firefox. Your system doesn't meet the requirements to run Firefox. If you haven't previously confirmed a subscription to a Mozilla-related newsletter you may have to do so. Please check your inbox or your spam filter for an email from us. Congrats! You're using the latest version of Firefox. Sync bookmarks, send tabs, save to Pocket and more with a Firefox Account. Learn more. You've already got the Firefox browser. Now get everything else Firefox. Your system doesn't meet the requirements to run Firefox.