Detection of Natural Ultra Low Frequency Phenomena
Research 2013-04-01 to 2014-06-01 Tony Devencenzi and Peter Newton

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Aether-Magnetic Shielding Tests

Peter Newton 2013-06-19 to 2013-06-21

Sensors Tested Two Aether-Magnetic Sensors,for the first test, one sensor with Lead Shielding and one with Steel shielding. For the second test, one sensor with Lead shielding and the other sensor in Free Air.

Circuit’s used(Aether-Magnetic circuit: 2200 uF sensor series capacitor and dual 10 uF Long Time Constant output circuit.)

Aether-Magnetic Circuit \Circuits\amag121213.pdf



Duration of Test – 3 Days ant 24 hours each.

Purpose of Test To compare Copper and Steel shielded transformers with each other and with one in Free Air.

Findings – Steel shielding produces the most output. Copper seems to have a little more fine detail. The transformer inside the steel cabinet, has a higher output than the one on top of the steel cabinet.

Result Images

50VA with Copper Shielding / 50VA with Steel Shielding - Separated Traces



50VA with Copper Shielding / 50VA with Steel Shielding - Overlay Traces

50VA Inside of Steel Cabinet / 50VA On Top of Steel Cabinet

50VA Inside of Steel Cabinet / 50VA 15 feet away from Steel Cabinet

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Aether-Magnetic Transformer Tests

Tony Devencenzi 2013-06-27 to 2013-07-12

Sensors Tested Two Aether-Magnetic Sensors, with various sizes of transformer with different shielding, are compared.

Circuit’s used(Aether-Magnetic circuit: 2200 uF sensor series capacitor and dual 10 uF Long Time Constant output circuit.)

Aether-Magnetic Circuit \Circuits\amag121213.pdf



Duration of Test – About 8 days, 24 hours each on most tests.

Purpose of Test To compare several different size transformers to the 50 VA standard, used in most tests and to compare the effect of Free Air with Alumimum and Steel shielding.

Findings – The Steel Shielded Transformers, have the highest outputs. Aluminum Shielding, produces an output less than Steel Shielding, but more than Free Air. The 50VA Standard transformer, has a greater output than the rest, with the exception of the 60VA Autotransformer. An Autotransformer has only a single tapped winding. This must have something to do with the higher output.

Result Images

50VA with Steel Shielding / 50VA in Free Air



50VA in Free Air / 50VA with Aluminum Shielding

50VA with Steel Shielding / 50VA with Aluminum Shielding

50VA Standard / 130VA Triad - Both with Steel Shielding

50VA Standard / 150 VA Hammond - Both with Steel Shielding

50VA Standard / 60VA Autotransformer - Both with Steel Shielding

50VA with Steel Shielding / 60VA Autotransformer with Aluminum Shielding

50VA with Steel Shielding / 1KVA Transformer in Free Air

50 VA Standard Transformer



130VA Triad Transformer

150VA Hammond Transformer

60VA Autotransformer

1 KVA Hammond Control Transformer

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Aether-Magnetic Shielding Tests

Peter Newton 2013-07-15

Sensors Tested Two Aether-Magnetic Sensors,for the first test, one sensor with Copper Shielding and one with Aluminum shielding.

Circuit’s used(Aether-Magnetic circuit: 2200 uF sensor series capacitor and dual 10 uF Long Time Constant output circuit.)

Aether-Magnetic Circuit \Circuits\amag121213.pdf



Duration of Test 24 hours.

Purpose of Test To compare the effect of Copper and Aluminum Shielding.

Findings – Both Copper and Aluminum Shielding give results of a similar amplitude. Copper Shielding seems to give a little higher resolution.

Result Images

50VA with Copper Shielding / 50VA with Aluminum Shielding



50VA with Copper Shielding / 50VA with Aluminum Shielding - Traces Separated

Copper Shielding Case

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Aether-Magnetic Transformer Tests

Tony Devencenzi 2013-07-16 to 2013-07-17

Sensors Tested Two Aether-Magnetic Sensors, with various sizes of transformer with different shielding, are compared.

Circuit’s used(Aether-Magnetic circuit: 2200 uF sensor series capacitor and dual 10 uF Long Time Constant output circuit.)

Aether-Magnetic Circuit \Circuits\amag121213.pdf



Duration of Test – Two days, Two tests, 24 hours each.

Purpose of Test To compare several different size transformers to the 50 VA standard, used in most tests. Both of these tests were performed with all transformers in Steel Shielding.

Findings – The 50VA Standard transformer, produces a higher signal output than the 130VA Traiad or the 150VA Hammond, all in steel shielding.

Result Images

50VA Standard / 150 Hammond - Both with Steel Shielding



50VA Standard / 150 Hammond - Both with Steel Shielding - Expanded Image

50VA Standard / 130VA Triad - Both with Steel Shielding

50VA Standard / 130VA Triad - Both with Steel Shielding - Expanded Image

50 VA Standard Transformer

130VA Triad Transformer

150VA Hammond Transformer

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Aether-Magnetic Shielding Tests

Peter Newton 2013-07-17

Sensors Tested Two Aether-Magnetic Sensors,for the first test, one sensor with Copper Shielding and one with Steel shielding.

Circuit’s used(Aether-Magnetic circuit: 2200 uF sensor series capacitor and dual 10 uF Long Time Constant output circuit.)

Aether-Magnetic Circuit \Circuits\amag121213.pdf



Duration of Test 24 hours.

Purpose of Test To compare the effect of Copper and Steel Shielding with sensor operation in Free Air.

Findings – In some instances, Steel records higher spikes. In others, Copper seems to record larger spikes. Both work very well. It appears that Copper records more fine detail.

Result Images

50VA with Copper Shielding / 50VA with Steel Shielding



Copper Shielding Case




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