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Mac demonstrated for me how to find latitude and longitude using a tiny green oscilloscope screen. The little round screen was only 2 or 3 inches wide and peered out from another one of those black, inch wide black rack panels.
Mac had it set up just for fun, of course. The Loran was designed for use on a ship and the McKenzies house certainly wasnt going anywhere. Other toys included a pair of war surplus teletype machines. He could type on one machine and the other would print out his message 5 feet away. The joy of building it yourself It was hard for an eight year old like me to imagine getting a ham license and affording all that massive equipment. The Loran was quite alien to me and the teletype machines were interesting, but seemed like clumsy typewriters.
What turned me on was Macs television set. Chapter 1, Harris the late s, television stations were on the air, but no one I knew other than Mac actually owned a TV. That wasnt surprising. TVs cost as much as an automobile. Talk about a luxury! Undaunted, Mac built his own television from old radio parts and an army surplus, five-inch diameter, green oscilloscope tube. A real, white phosphor, black and white TV cathode ray tube cost a fortune back then, so Mac couldnt even afford the picture tube.
And because the TV tubes were designed for magnetic deflection and the oscilloscope tube used electric deflection, Mac couldnt just copy the deflection circuits from an RCA TV. Instead, he had to design his own custom picture tube drive and sweep circuits. Perfecting a new circuit meant that it had to be built and tested one small piece at a time.
Since Mac had little idea how large the final circuit would be, he couldnt assemble his TV in a cabinet right away. Instead, he built his TV as a giant breadboard circuit with all the glowing tubes, wires, resistors, transformers, capacitors, and components all laid out in a huge spider-web matrix. A TV is extremely complicated and a large breadboard was needed. Fortunately Barbara McKenzie was a tolerant woman. For several months the dining room table, including the extension leaves, was completely covered with about four by eight feet of television circuitry.
Then Mac moved it upstairs into the master bedroom - probably not much of an improvement from Barbara's perspective. Toward the end of the year the TV began to work. We kids used to come home from school and sit on the floor and watch programs on the tiny five-inch round picture tube dangling off the end of the table.
The pictures were in living black and green. TV was different back then. Flash Gordon was 15 minute film clips but most other programs were live.
Even the commercials were live. I remember laughing silly over a commercial for a vacuum cleaner in which the fellow plugged the hose into the wrong end of the cleaner. The machine blew dust all over the room while the announcer tried to pretend it was working perfectly. Eventually Mac installed his TV in an old record player cabinet.
To make the picture larger, he put a big magnifying lens in front of the screen. When he watched TV, he propped up 5.
Chapter 1, Harris the hinged lid of the cabinet at a 45 degree angle and watched the enlarged picture in a mirror mounted on the underside of the lid. Mac showed me that, with patience, you can build almost anything. And, in the long run, its usually much more rewarding to build a possession rather than to download it. He also taught me that projects must be built and tested one tiny part at a time. If you build it all at once without testing the parts as you go, it might fit in the cabinet, but it almost certainly wont work.
There are very few short cuts. The complete radio amateur This book is about building ham radio equipment. To be sure, its much, much easier to download the equipment.
In fact, commercial ham equipment today is so cheap, that downloading it is far less expensive than downloading the parts one at a time. The good news is that equipment you build yourself will have a value and meaning for you that cant be downloadd. Along the way youll learn more about electricity than you will ever learn reading the operators manual of commercial equipment. Most of us will never be an Edison, Marconi, or Armstrong, but we can learn what they knew and we can share some of the thrill they felt when their inventions began to work.
When your homemade station is finally on the air, youll have all the same fun the other hams are having. But unlike the rest of the herd, you will be "The Complete Radio Amateur. These phenomena also produce action at a distance with no visible connection, but only over extremely short distances. In BC the philosopher Thales of Melitus described how, after rubbing amber with cloth, the amber could attract bits of straw.
At about the same time the Greeks observed that natural magnetite ore iron oxide, Fe3O4 could attract other bits of magnetite rock.
This strange rock was found in a region of Turkey then known as "Magnesia," hence the name. Knowledge of natural magnets eventually led to the discovery of the magnetic compass. Compasses were a Godsend to sailors lost in fog and must have seemed magical to those who first used them.
The compass was in wide use in Europe by AD. Magnets and electricity appeared to be separate phenomena until when Hans Christian Oersted noticed that an electric current in a wire generates a magnetic field that can move a compass needle. Faraday and Henry studied and quantified the generation of magnetic fields produced by coils of wire that we now call called inductors.
In one of the all-time greatest triumphs of theoretical physics, James Maxwell published four equations in that summarized the connection between magnetism and electrical force.
Maxwells equations not only quantified and connected what was already known about these forces, they also predicted that magnetism and electric force could be combined to form a free-flying radiation. From the equations it appeared that these radio waves should be able to propagate great distances through space, much like light and heat.
He may or may not have known that light and infra-red heat are also forms of electromagnetic radiation - radio! What exactly is a radio wave? An electric field and a magnetic field can both temporarily store energy in free space.
For example, a refrigerator magnet generates a magnetic field in the space surrounding it. This magnetic energy hovers in cloud or field surrounding the metal magnet.
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These devices would still generate their magnetic and electric fields in the vacuum surrounding the devices. However, if the devices could suddenly disappear, the magnetic and electric fields would not be maintained. The fields would quickly collapse and the energy would dissipate in all directions at the speed of light.
A battery or a magnet can be compared to a glass of water on a table. The glass holds the water in place and the water will rest there indefinitely. But if the glass were to suddenly break or vanish, the water would flood out in all directions. If either a magnet or battery floating in free space could be made to suddenly disappear, it would generate a radio wave that would propagate outward in all directions making a spherical shell of expanding waves.
It turns out that collapsing magnetic field energy in free space is converted into electric field energy. Then, a moment later, the electric field energy similarly collapses back into a magnetic field. One way to look at it is that the collapsing magnetic field forces the storage of that same energy as an electric field in neighboring space. In other words, a collapsing field becomes a device that establishes the opposite kind of field in adjacent space. The end result is a wavefront of energy propagating across the void.
As it travels, the energy oscillates back and forth in its form between electric and magnet fields. In the vacuum of space there is no dissipation of the original energy except that the energy becomes more dilute as it spreads out in all directions like ripples from a stone thrown into a pond.
The water analogy has other similarities with radio waves. The crests of the ripples on the pond represent the storage of mechanical energy as potential energy. The potential energy is proportional to the height of the ripples or waves. The higher the wave, the more energy it stores. As the water falls back down, the energy from this descent is converted into kinetic energy, that is, the outward velocity.
As the wave spreads outward, the water stacks up to form another wave crest, restoring the energy to its potential energy form. In Heinrich Hertz, a professor at the University of Bonn, Germany, managed to demonstrate in his laboratory that Maxwells radio waves actually existed. From then on other experimenters built Hertzian apparatus and tried to use it for communication or remote control.
Experiments much like the ones Hertz performed are described in Chapter 4.
Using rocks, copper wire, iron, and other materials available in , you can build a short-range communicator to send and receive radio waves from one end of your house to the other. You can even demonstrate standing waves on an antenna. How inventions happen Big inventions usually begin with a novel observation. Faraday first invented the AC transformer with independent coils. An alternating current AC introduced into one coil on the transformer causes a second current to appear in a tightly coupled similar coil a fraction of an inch away.
Today we still routinely use transformers to convert the ratio of current to voltage. For example, inside your flashlight battery charger, there is a transformer that converts a tiny current at volts AC into a large current at 1.
If you applied volts directly to your battery, it could be disastrous. Chargers would be quite impractical or at least horribly inefficient without transformers. We shall discuss these principles in detail in later chapters. Chapter 1, Harris Getting back to Faraday, he must have marveled when he thought about the implications of electrical energy fed into one coil appearing in a neighboring coil.
That is, the energy was transmitted across a gap. Yes, the gap may have only been a fraction of an inch, but certainly the thought must have occurred to him, how far can it transmit? In a letter in he proposed to a friend that electric energy could probably travel through space as waves. Unfortunately, he had no evidence, experiments, or equations to support this idea.
Many early radio communication experiments began when the first high frequency transformers were made. Unlike low frequency, like our 60 Hz line current, high frequency transformers of KHz and above readily couple energy several inches through air. High frequency currents couple from one coil to another and begin to resemble radio. Its surprisingly easy to build a high frequency transformer and demonstrate crude, shortrange radio communications. All thats needed is a powerful battery, a large coil of wire, and a second coil wrapped around the first coil.
The second coil is arranged so that the two ends of the wire are fixed a tiny distance apart, perhaps a sixteenth of an inch. The two ends of the first coil of wire are scratched transiently across the terminals of the battery.
Huge currents flow in the first coil and establish a magnetic field around that coil. Since the same space is shared with the second coil, the magnetic field induces voltage across the second coil and a spark appears in the gap on the second coil.
In other words, electric current was converted into magnetic energy, jumped across a short distance and then was reconverted back into electrical current. Now if the two coils are moved far apart, there will continue to be energy transmitted from one coil to other.
However, with such a crude detection system, a spark probably won't be visible and a much more sensitive detector would be needed to prove that energy was actually transmitted. Inventions appear when all the conditions are in place New technologies appear whenever the necessary knowledge and affordable raw materials become available. For example, cell phones could have been built 50 years ago, but they would have been the size of suitcases, served few people and would have only been available to the most wealthy.
Even today its possible to introduce useful technology too early to be profitable. The Iridium phone system is a world-wide direct satellite telephone system.
Unfortunately, the Iridium phone is big and clumsy and the phone calls cost a fortune. Sure, you can reliably talk to a guy on dog sled at the North Pole, but there arent many people who actually need to do that.
As of the Iridium satellites were still working, but five years ago there was talk of Iridium going bankrupt and crashing the satellites into the Pacific Ocean.
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Radio was invented between the years and at a time when all the pieces to make it practical were in place. Many inventors had the chance to pursue radio communication, but most turned it down. To be more than a parlor trick, radio had to have a commercial reason for its development. The concept of broadcasting voices, music, and even motion pictures to the masses seems obvious to us now. But in it wasnt obvious that radio could be more than an unreliable way to send telegrams.
Hardly anyone back then imagined that speech and music might be transmitted. In college he studied what was then the exotic field of electrical engineering.
He once proposed to his professor that 8. Chapter 1, Harris an AC generator could be built that would be simpler than DC power generation and which would have several other advantages. The professor ridiculed his idea mercilessly. Today we call these alternators. We use gigantic alternators to generate electricity in all large power plants. And we use little ones in our cars to recharge our batteries. When his father died, Nicola was forced to leave school and go to work.
Like most electrical engineers of his time, he worked on DC motors and DC generators. At that time the DC motor was beginning to replace the belt and pulley as a means of powering industrial machinery such as looms and mine hoists. Tesla migrated to America and arrived almost penniless. He even worked briefly as a ditch digger in order to eat. He applied for work with Edison who tested his skills by assigning him to fix a DC generator on a ship.
Tesla rebuilt the generator right on the ship and made it produce more electricity than its original design.
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Tesla worked briefly for Edison, then he struck out on his own. He built his own small laboratory and worked on gadgets of all sorts. He soon acquired a reputation as a science wizard. He enjoyed putting on magic shows with giant sparks flying off his fingers and whirling fluorescent light bulbs.
His reputation as a science magician encouraged him to put show business into everything he did. After reading his biography, it appears to me that his ability to gain awe and respect through showmanship eventually ruined his career.All thats needed is a powerful battery, a large coil of wire, and a second coil wrapped around the first coil. Huge currents flow in the first coil and establish a magnetic field around that coil.
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I remember laughing silly over a commercial for a vacuum cleaner in which the fellow plugged the hose into the wrong end of the cleaner. Morgan was not known for generosity. When the Baltic arrived, the remaining crew on the Republic were rescued, then all 2, passengers from both the Republic and Florida were transferred by lifeboat to the Baltic.
Since the Florida was in no danger of sinking, the Republic crew transferred the Republic passengers to the Florida by lifeboat. One of Marconis breakthrough improvements was a directional antenna that focused his weak transmitter output directly toward the feeble receiver and thereby extended the range. Considering the operating frequency of his transmitters, his data rate would have been limited to a few kilobytes per second rather than the terabytes handled today by a single node on the Internet.
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