Atmospheric Disturbance Detector Circuit Diagram

Atmospheric Disturbance Detector Circuit Diagram Atmospheric disturbances, air disturbances, typhoons, and in-fact atomic bomb explosions produce not only massive air movements but also magnetic oscillations. These magnetic oscillations can be detected from long distances with the help of a sensitive amplifier and a special antenna.Some people dubbed this circuit as "storm detector". The detector circuit is actually very simple. The most important part is the antenna (shown in the diagram as L1). It is made of 220 turns magnetic wire wound side by side around a square wooden frame. The square frame's dimension is 85cm by 85 cm.
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Atmospheric Disturbance Detector Circuit Diagram

Atmospheric Disturbance Detector Circuit Diagram



Atmospheric disturbances, air disturbances, typhoons, and in-fact atomic bomb explosions produce not only massive air movements but also magnetic oscillations.

These magnetic oscillations can be detected from long distances with the help of a sensitive amplifier and a special antenna.Some people dubbed this circuit as "storm detector".

The detector circuit is actually very simple. The most important part is the antenna (shown in the diagram as L1).

It is made of 220 turns magnetic wire wound side by side around a square wooden frame. The square frame's dimension is 85cm by 85 cm.

One 0.022 µF capacitor (labeled as C4 in the diagram) must be soldered in parallel to the ends of the coil winding.

This coil/capacitor combination produces a resonance of around 4 to 5 kHz. The output of the detector can be connected to either an oscilloscope or a clocked oscillograph.

This circuit is most often used as a typhoon detector.

Printed Circuit Atmospheric Disturbance Detector


Printed Circuit Atmospheric Disturbance Detector

Parts Placement Layout Atmospheric Disturbance Detector


Parts Placement Layout Atmospheric Disturbance Detector