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(credit to Nikola Tesla for coming up with the idea first)
We get vast amounts electromagnetic radiation from a nearby nuclear fusion device about 150 million Km away, the frequency is much higher than 45MHz but it is easy to capture when the Earths rotation does not get in the way.The amount that your "radio towers " could pump out would be utterly trivial in comparison.
Imagine a superconductive antenna broadcasting ridiculously powerful radio waves
I am not talking about induction NEAR FIELD I am talking about radio FAR FIELD radio waves!
As of right now you an power things as powerful as calculators from miles away.
Tweak the power to over 100 times and walah you can power cellphones and perhaps slowly charge computers.
Tweak the power an incredible level and you can power car!
I don't see how you think this sort of thing would interfere with radio broadcasts, it's not like your using frequency modulation or amplitude modulation. The tower would just have to send out constant energy via a single frequency. As long as you don't tune into that frequency then you won't pick it up.
TeragramYour comment is very interesting, do you think it might be possible to beam power to a spacecraft in orbit?
And it's not microwaves I'm talking about, I am talking about radio waves, which are very different from microwaves.
The only difference between [control signals from Voyager] and your power transmission... is the magnitude of the inputs to the transmitters
we are practically invisible to a radio wave.