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Haxk20
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There are few things.
1st is for sure the radio communication project im working on slowly but surely. (Making quiet the progress TBH with you).
Still im lacking encryption since the law limits that i can send only few messages per day. Have to do a calculator for that.
Other then that its working really well. Have to get somebody to test the range with me. Im hoping for at least 15km. 30 would be amazing.

And just for fun we are creating a tiny kernel just for fun and main idea here is to learn assembler and low level C. I mean structs properly and all that nasty lovely crap.
(It might be weird but yes Haxk20 doesnt know low level C even after 9 or so years of programming in C)
That is all i think.

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    I just bought an SDR. Gonna be learning a bunch of stuff related to that. I want to write my own code to control it.
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    @Demolishun This is not exactly normal radio. But yes i use SDR to debug it kind of. This is modulated in so many ways to get to 15Km range thats its just crazy because the module is maximally 2cm big.
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    @Haxk20 Cool! Experimenting is fun! I want to play with the concept of scalar transmission. Tesla talked about making scalar interferometers and the like. The problem with them is reception. You have to align them like lasers.
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    @Demolishun
    We have methods of transmiting rf like lasors already. Team from my university broke a record in the longest wifi transmission. They had used a spiral polarised microwave antena dish.
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    @Gregozor2121 scalar is not radio
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    @Demolishun What do you mean?
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    @Gregozor2121 Look up Nikola Tesla scalar wave technology. It was part of the ray guns he intended on building. The really scifi kind of stuff he talked about and invented things to do. It was part of the papers that were confiscated by the FBI when he died. The scalar interferometer is the collision of two scalar waves to produce a herzian (rf) signal at where they meet. The scalar wave itself is supposedly a fluctuation of space time.
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    @Demolishun So basically gravitational waves. Already seen. Ripples in space time are gravitational waves and we captured GW already.
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    @Demolishun If you are talking about creating them then HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA. Even if you could which you cant you would destroy earth by creating a huge one.
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    @Demolishun
    I dont want to be sceptical. If you want to check it i can help you with everything but the explanation dosent make sense. Scalar wave? Scalar has a precise meaning and i just cant comprehend what it has to do with waves. But hey, you might discover new stuff. I wish you luck. But please stick to science and try to use laws that already exists to help you, dont undermine all of them if your thing dosent work. I dont want you to become a "flat earther" type of a guy
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