Re: [Vo]:Active Denial at 95 GHz

2020-04-09 Thread Jones Beene
 It would be interesting to see the data (and the logic) of prior Pentagon 
testing which led to the choice of 95 GHz by the military.

If you just wanted to find the best frequency for RF heating of water at lowest 
cost - that would probably be the resonance or "water line" seen in cosmology 
at 22 GHz and several higher values ... but not at 95 GHz. It seems like a bad 
choice on the surface.

Consequently, the choice is suspicious in itself since in general there are 
silicon solutions that can exploit the lower value but not so much at the 
higher. Probably the choice has something to do with Cree (just a guess).

Or more likely - the real aim is not "crowd control" at all.

Jones

Charles  wrote:  
 
  
Thanks. The claim in the marketing blurb of 'penetrating the skin to a depth of 
only about 1/64th of an inch', if approximately accurate, suggests a highly 
efficient dielectric heating effect, then. Compare with lower frequencies: for 
example, a mobile phone at around 2 GHz will heat the brain and eyeball as well 
as the ear, while at 95 GHz it seems that most of the energy is converted to 
heat in a thin slice of skin, presumably with a much more concentrated cellular 
impact.
 
 Jones Beene wrote:
  
The energy transfer is via dielectric heating of fats and water, just as in a 
microwave oven.
   

Re: [Vo]:Active Denial at 95 GHz

2020-04-09 Thread Charles
Thanks. The claim in the marketing blurb of 'penetrating the skin to a 
depth of only about 1/64th of an inch', if approximately accurate, 
suggests a highly efficient dielectric heating effect, then. Compare 
with lower frequencies: for example, a mobile phone at around 2 GHz will 
heat the brain and eyeball as well as the ear, while at 95 GHz it seems 
that most of the energy is converted to heat in a thin slice of skin, 
presumably with a much more concentrated cellular impact.


On 09/04/2020 00:20, Jones Beene wrote:
The energy transfer is via dielectric heating of fats and water, just 
as in a microwave oven.


RE: [Vo]:Active Denial at 95 GHz

2020-04-08 Thread JonesBeene

From: H LV

➢ The euphemism "active denial system" fascinates me. What does this system 
deny?

There used to be a tequila bar in SMA called “Da Nile” 


Re: [Vo]:Active Denial at 95 GHz

2020-04-08 Thread H LV
The euphemism "active denial system" fascinates me. What does this system
deny?
Is it suppose to mean the denial of the right to freedom of movement?
Denial of humanity?

What would be the opposite of active denial?
Active affirmation?

Harry

On Wed, Apr 8, 2020 at 6:20 PM Jones Beene  wrote:

> Here is a decent YT video on the topic
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> 5G and Active Denial System 
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> 5G and Active Denial System
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> https://pastebin.com/Gkw3XYYE
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> The energy transfer is via dielectric heating of fats and water, just as
> in a microwave oven.
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> One can dream up many ways that this tech could be abused.
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> Charles  wrote:
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> "Active Denial Technology uses radio frequency millimeter waves at a
> frequency of 95 gigahertz. Traveling at the speed of light, the millimeter
> wave directed energy engages the subject, penetrating the skin to a depth
> of only about 1/64th of an inch, or the equivalent of three sheets of
> paper. The beam produces an intolerable heating sensation, compelling the
> targeted individual to instinctively move."
>
>
> https://jnlwp.defense.gov/Press-Room/Fact-Sheets/Article-View-Fact-sheets/Article/577989/active-denial-technology/
>
> My question is how does this beam transmit its energy to the skin:
> resonance, kinetic energy?
>
> Potential interest here is 5G, using similar frequencies.
>


Re: [Vo]:Active Denial at 95 GHz

2020-04-08 Thread Jones Beene
 Here is a decent YT video on the topic

5G and Active Denial System

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The energy transfer is via dielectric heating of fats and water, just as in a 
microwave oven.
One can dream up many ways that this tech could be abused.


Charles  wrote:  
   
"Active Denial Technology uses radio frequency millimeter waves at a frequency 
of 95 gigahertz. Traveling at the speed of light, the millimeter wave directed 
energy engages the subject, penetrating the skin to a depth of only about 
1/64th of an inch, or the equivalent of three sheets of paper. The beam 
produces an intolerable heating sensation, compelling the targeted individual 
to instinctively move."
 
https://jnlwp.defense.gov/Press-Room/Fact-Sheets/Article-View-Fact-sheets/Article/577989/active-denial-technology/
 
My question is how does this beam transmit its energy to the skin: resonance, 
kinetic energy?
 
Potential interest here is 5G, using similar frequencies.
 
   

[Vo]:Active Denial at 95 GHz

2020-04-08 Thread Charles
"Active Denial Technology uses radio frequency millimeter waves at a 
frequency of 95 gigahertz. Traveling at the speed of light, the 
millimeter wave directed energy engages the subject, penetrating the 
skin to a depth of only about 1/64th of an inch, or the equivalent of 
three sheets of paper. The beam produces an intolerable heating 
sensation, compelling the targeted individual to instinctively move."


https://jnlwp.defense.gov/Press-Room/Fact-Sheets/Article-View-Fact-sheets/Article/577989/active-denial-technology/

My question is how does this beam transmit its energy to the skin: 
resonance, kinetic energy?


Potential interest here is 5G, using similar frequencies.