« on: 13/12/2017 10:47:56 »
Quote from: Tigera
when L-Rods cross, it's sign of probable target.This sounds like old-fashioned dowsing rods.
I saw one experiment where practitioners tried to discover underground pipes that had water in them (or not).
They were no better than random chance.
Does any one know any thing about Free Electron Radiation Field (FERF) or Resonance ??There are electron resonance effects similar to the common Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging often used in hospitals (NMR machines).
For a practical-strength superconducting magnet, the frequency of these electron resonances are much higher than the frequencies used in NMR (by a factor of a thousand or so). This is not far beyond the frequencies used in modern cellular mobile transmitters, so there may be more interest developing in this technology.
Of course, today's helium-cooled superconducting magnets are not practical for a piece of portable equipment to be used on the beach.
I suggest that you stick with the magnetic and inductive effects of your more usual metal detector, which also uses electronic effects.
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