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After 9 years of waiting, purchasing parts, gathering together and assembly.

Here is the next generation of 'HUM Receiver'.

This is only the front end component. It is experimental.

Unlike the original receiver input, consisting of  sensors, coils of wire, elongated whiskers for the coil to
rest on in order to develop the magnetic torque in the coils of wire. Then transfer the torque to the sensors.
Then preamplify and filter, and then amplify several thousand times.
To boot the whole assembly had to be buried deep in the ground. Oriented in the proper direction.
The electronics was all transistor based. IC chips have a low noise or noise cancel design built into them.
The IC chips canceled the 'HUM' as it looked like noise. Resulting in circuits of transistors to do the work.

This new experimental sensor and support electronics uses a modified Instrumentation IC and circuit
design.

Picture of the sensor is below.

The actual circuit inside the sensor, layout and connections are proprietary.
The above picture is 26.6 Hz wave form.  Part of the ambient magnetics in the room.
I traced it down to a slow rotating DC fan.
I have great sensor
at the left.                    
                                      
                    If will not
function or perform
correctly.                 


I will then go back to
the original design.
























First test of the
sensor in ambient
conditions.





Results in repeating
wave.

After looking around
for a while I found a
slow rotational DC
instrument fan as
the source.
After shutting down the
fan.

I picked up what I
expected to get  for
ambient readings.

60 Hz wave form and a
lot of spectral noise.
Now to finish the sensor(s). Complete the electronics. Prepare filters. Amplifiers and conditioners.

Locate a proper container and bury it in a deep hole to keep as much ambient RF, 60 cycle, power tool and
equipment noise out.

August 21, 2008  jg
Ambiant Magnetics
August  26, 2008

Second Sensor created. The above Sensor reacts to magnetic torque and long Magnetic Waves.

The Sensor below reacts to Magnetic pulse and Long Waves From .5 Hz. to 500 Khz.
Calibration and response testing for latest Sensor are below.
Video Digital Watch Magnetic Pulse
Ambient Magnetics/FrequencyTesting
Video cuts/Sensor operation
Sensor Response
Typical Instrumentation gain for the above photo's

3.3 Meg.
Links will work as I add more information.

This is the testing and response period.

Circuit modifications.

Amplifier corrections.

When testing is complete.

HUM DATA  will follow on a separate page.


Thanks
VideoAudioWatchPickupTest/FrequencyResponse
Strange Signal
Ambient Results after Sensor Reorientation
NoiseLevel08282008
Ion Generator Noise
While running response test and thresholds. I need to order 500 feet of Rg 174.
Misc. lengths of Belden multi conductors.
Proper containers for burial of Sensors.
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT. I CAN NOT GET A ROLL OF 174? THEY ARE OUT OF IT!
First Test Run on HUM Reception Sensitivity
Tested September 13, 2008
HUM reception test with no filter and lights, equipment
turned off.
Pictures of Second Sensor built  will be  put on site
very shortly.
September 30, 2008 0643 AM
Sensor test
Modulated AM wave form/open air
Time Exposure of 58.8 Hz modulated by 6.6 Hz.

For more very interesting Data on the 58.8 Hz.











Click the picture above and enjoy the trip.





Hum Instrumentation and reference materials.


I hold all copyright to my material. The graphs, synthetic ‘HUM’, actual ‘HUM’ recordings.
The ‘HUM’ signs, and letters. All Video and audio recordings. ‘HUM’ data, data
disk and ‘HUM’ information.

The electronics design, structure and layout. Systems are proprietary in nature of use and data collection.

All data tapes, including those which were removed during break-in, belong to James Garner/Lenae/Dustin James
productions.

The ‘HUM’ audio test is copyright. Test tones, questions and resultant
answers belong to James Garner/Lenae/Dustin James productions.

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