View single post by ArizonaEvp
 Posted: Jan 17th, 2018 11:45 PM
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To my knowledge,  Raudive didn't use a diode device that required supply voltage.

In the picture you refer to,  circuit was only a blueprint and may not have come to fruition.  It also goes on to say that someone refereed to as  "T"  was the person who experimented with circuit design #3.

As the article goes on to say,  the diode radio system didn't last very long as an experimental tool and fell by the wayside in favor of the inter-frequency based Goniometer designed for Dr. Raudive by electronics engineer Theodore Rudolph.

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