Open Source Radionics – Part 17 – AetherOne Breadboard Schematics

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The AetherOne encodes rates into a series of signals. A signal is light of a specific color or a electromagnetic field through a coil and antenna.

UV – Ultraviolet
Erase information, cleaning function.

Red, Green, Blue and White
The encoded data is split into 3 colors and white.

IR – Infrared
Analyze processing needs an enhancer, therefore the infrared light to look deeper.

Coil and antenna
Consider to plug in a antenna to reinforce the broadcasting signal.

Currently I make a series of youtube videos which shows how to build the AetherOne on a dedicated channel. Stay tuned and subscribe to this blog in order not to miss any post.

Additional Notes:
There is a new version of the schematics in the post Open Source Radionics – Part 18 – Build your own AetherOne – Video Tutorial.

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7 thoughts on “Open Source Radionics – Part 17 – AetherOne Breadboard Schematics

  1. Perfect!! In this example with the connection of an antenna and a coil in the crystal, we can see a common connection to the Arduino, represented by the yellow wire, in which PIN and connected to the Arduino and what its function?
    Thankful!

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    1. By the way check the Tutorial (Part 18), it has a new schematics. This one is obsolete and represents only a example.

      I will program additional pins for coils and extra outputs. Stay tuned for a new post.

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      1. But the schematic (part 18) does not include the antenna, my objective and see the schematic of the connection in the antenna. Do you have any new antenna link with the antenna? Thankful!

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    1. ok, I got it!
      I’ll keep an eye on your new posts, I’m already doing some tests and I’ll share the results!
      I use radionic machines like De La Warr, but it is very interesting to have an automated system for analysis.
      Do you know the German machine SE5-1000? It has some similarities with your project !!!

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      1. Hi Ivan, the SE5-1000 is from all systems I know my favorite design, because it is a semi-automated one and I like the approach they have very much. I don’t know if there is a full-automated one. The only full automated with TRNG is the Mars-III from Copen in Germany.

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