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Anyone know EMP physics? I am not a hw engineer.  If workable is would
make a devious little handheld device.

On Mon, 2004-01-12 at 09:48, Dow Hurst wrote:
> You sound like someone that ought run a physics lab!
> Dow
> James P. Kinney III wrote:
> > On Fri, 2004-01-09 at 23:59, Bob Toxen wrote:
> > 
> >>On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 02:39:53PM -0500, Mazukna, Tomas wrote:
> >>
> >>>It is time to get some of those RFID tags and start playing.
> >>>We need a device to fry them :)
> >>>Sounds like a great idea ... New gizmo you install in you cars trunk and
> >>>it fries rfid tags on your way home from store.
> >>
> >>I agree that a microwave would be easiest.  My tesla coil will do a fine
> >>job but they are non-trivial to buy, steal, or build.  I suspect that
> >>a police radar gun will work up to some distance but I think that they
> >>go for something like $3000.
> > 
> > 
> > Oudin coil would also likely work. Buy a full spool of #24 enameled wire
> > of around 10k' long. Remove as much of the middle of the spool as
> > possible to make the hole larger. Put in the largest soft iron core you
> > can fit. Flatten a 10' section of 1/4" copper tubing and wrap it around
> > the entire spool. Take care that the copper coils do not touch or
> > separate with paper. connect the ends of the copper pipe to the 120V
> > 60Hz power supply near the circuit breaker. The resulting magnetic field
> > will obliterate radio and tv transmissions for about 2 miles.
> > 
> > Hook that up to a tesla coil for some real fun.
> > 
> >>>Tomas
> >>
> >>Bob
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