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Remote Sensing Remote Transmission and Covert Operations Capabilities Li...

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First rough draft that needs references in APA format added as well as captions, editing and possibly narration.



Photoacoustic Imaging, Electroporation and Sonoluminescence

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Wondering about the capabilities of wireless ways and means to perform the below effects with remote sensing and transmission devices for health and weapons systems?

I'm also wondering what the range of frequency emissions are with the sonoluminescence effect too, as I've not read anywhere regarding in detail and I guess there is an ionizing radiation emission. 
Photoacoustic Imaging:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoacoustic_imaging https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_OUzqpsVP4
Electroporation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroporation
Sonoluminescence:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonoluminescence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puVxGnl_3y8

GPSDO for Position Location, Time and Frequency Standard and updates since May

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Found this interesting RTK GPS system module that is accurate down to 1cm, yeah, 1cm is what is claimed.  This video is the source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_a1ixhYJe60
Figured I'd share. https://www.sparkfun.com/products/15136

Reference comparison oscillators:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crystal_oven#Comparison_with_other_frequency_standards
Updates Since May:

Hackaday: rtl-sdr-seven-years-later article with comments detailing applications

Hackaday: tuning-into-atomic-radio-quantum-technique-unlocks-laser-based-radio-reception/
Neat system... though I'd like to work on a cost effective DIY wideband laser interferometer to more easily perform a mHz to ̶E̶̶H̶̶z̶̶ PHz spectrum analysis. Still... this system seems interesting. 
The below post corrupted me when I posted a comment, along with watching a video by The thought emporium to make a similar interferometer about the same time and a video by Physics Girl a few weeks later about how the LIGO system operates... got me thinki…

Pacific Measurements and/or Wavetek 1038 Swept Measurement System Info

Spectrum Analysis Upgrade -

I've been busy with travel though a little pickin of worthy free items as well as great deals on electronics and RF engineering related systems with the latest acquisition opening up the capabilities of spectrum analysis up to 110GHz potentially and 18.5GHz with the detectors I have already.  Still lots of reading and some writing also regarding DEW's, electronics and RF engineering.

I've been trying to find information regarding the operation of the 1038-N10, -NS20 and -NS201 devices.  I've been able to find info on the mainframes and H/V systems.

Started a Facebook group regarding:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/698747963909529/

...as well as updated the Tekwiki wiki which didn't have much at all initially:

http://w140.com/tekwiki/wiki/Pacific_Measurements_1038

Found a free Brother MFC9970CDW Color Laserjet that the engineering office lady said needs the fuser replaced and otherwise works great. The printout noted the laser is also at 4% lik…

Depressing Negative Signals like Pulsed DC or Modulation Effects from Gang Stalkers Remote Signals Operations?

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Fluke 8840A Startup - Why does the mV & V readings not stabilize to zero with the terminals not shorted and when tested later in the mV range when shorted still +/- 00.0020 when there are no ERROR during calibration?


Ultra-portable family of USB driven instruments can perform spectrum measurements from 9kHz to 110GHz

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https://www.anritsu.com/en-GB/test-measurement/video-gallery/anritsu-signal-hunters-episode-1



Signal Hunters Episode 1 Taking spectrum analysis to new heights! The MS2760A is the latest release in the Ultra-portable family of USB driven instruments - it can perform spectrum measurements from 9kHz to 110GHz in the industries smallest and lightest form factor. To test the versatility of this new class of instrumentation Signal Hunters’ Luke and Becca decided to see if they could find a hidden microwave signal by mounting the new MS2760A on a commercial drone – watch the video to see the results and see how the Anritsu Spectrum Master MS2760A ultraportable spectrum analyzer with best in class sweep speed, dynamic range, and continuous frequency coverage up to 110 GHz performs.

Reads like is about a ~$60K investment to own... however, leasing is the way to get around the high expense.