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Radionics Schematics – Advanced 3 Dial

Here is an advanced radionics schematic. Comprised of three tuning dials and 1 pico Farad tuning capacitors tied to the + and – pins of the tuning potentiometers. The output stage is also linked to a low impedance mono preamplifier which output is fed through the output crystal coil and onto an antenna which provides a path from the box into the atmosphere.

If you are more ambitious you could experiment with multiple amplifier stages and frequency transmitters to propel your radionics signals several hundred feet depending on the transmitter power.

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18 Responses to “Radionics Schematics – Advanced 3 Dial”

  • Patrick:

    Dear Sorynzar,
    I will be grateful if you can elaborate on the low impedance preamplifier.
    Are you using a single chip or is it a group circuit with opamp, resistors & capacitors? Are you powering the op amp with dual supplies, biasing at OV? Can you send me a simple circuit on this?
    Thank you.

  • Sorynzar:

    What I was using was a simple LM386N-1 or LM386N-3 single audio amp set up, but after a comment from Joseph Max, he suggested using RF amps in place of the audio amps, which considering the RF nature of a radionics device makes a lot of sense. However, I still need to experiment with this. You can get hold of a simple amplifier module at this address: http://www.hobbytron.com/AMFMAntennaAmplifierVK2622.html

    You may need to do some impedance matching in order to get the amp to work properly with the resistance of the circuit. You can eliminate the capacitors across the potentiometer inputs if you wish, they aren’t really necessary. If you intend to use any self powered electrical devices for either the input or output jacks on the circuit, you will need to observe that the short negative pin is connected to an electrical ground or negative voltage.

    If you want to get back to basics, just experiment with some basic JFET amps.

  • Artz:

    Hi Sornyzar,

    Glad that ive found your site.I will try to make your 3 dial rad. On the input side – can i use sound / sound with lyrics /or vocal? On the output side -what can i connect on this? Regarding the 3 crystal, are they identical? can use DT type? the wires that loop on crystal-are they insulated or bare? any required number of loop? Thanks for the advise.

  • Sorynzar:

    As the schematic is currently formatted, anything utilising electricity cannot be effectively connected at the jacks. In order to use audio input, remove the connection from the short pin on the input jack. anything fed into the unit will be in mono sound.
    In order to create a proper audio circuit, the short pin which you disconnected should now be connected to a negative voltage pin, probably related to the power supply which you are using to run the amplifier.

    The three crystals are similar in size, they don’t have to be perfect, DT ones should be fine, even though the one illustrated is ST. The wires are lacquer insulated “lacquer coated copper wire 0 5mm”. I wouldn’t trust a wire with a thick insulation as it may affect the eloptic properties. However, we cannot go without the insulation as it would short the signal, defeating the point of the coils.

  • Adrian:

    Hi Sorynzar! great site!, let me ask, are you experiment with frequency generators? (like weltz devices runs alpha-beta-theta-delta) can you tell me where can be added into the radionics circuit? may work if put it in the same way as an amplifier?

  • Sorynzar:

    You could do it that way, or on the input. Personally, I wouldn’t use it as the tuning circuit of a radionics device is frequency sensitive to the specimen samples, and adding an external frequency source will impede the turning function.

  • Adrian:

    Yes I’ think same way… but why that radionics machines with freq gen claim to work better?

  • Sorynzar:

    It’s because they don’t really understand the mechanics behind the device. It sounds great in marketing terms to throw around claims like “alpha”, “theta” “brainwave reciprocal device. In the end, it affects the subtle tuning frequencies of the machine, which is where the bulk of the “magic” happens. Don’t get me wrong, there is a place for frequency generators, and I use them myself, but to drive various integrated devices such as scalar coils. A frequency is generated, which interacts with the tuning circuit, but on the EM spectrum, and on other spectrums science has yet to fully understand. This is the perfect unison between the technologies. You cannot simply plug it directly into the tuning circuit. It would be like plugging a power cord into a headphone jack. It wouldn’t work.

  • Gabe:

    Sorynzar:
    is this schematic correct ?

    http://bit.ly/pMIgGF

  • Sorynzar:

    Yes, its a nice schematic with the RF amp. The only thing which may be an issue is the output jack. As currently is its shorting the stick pad coil. Simply hook up the centre pin of the jack to the output of the RF amp, and the negative pin to -9V, One moment. The tuning pots negative plane needs to be separate from the -9V. I’ll tweek it and email it to you.

  • Andie's:

    Please, give me component specification on that schematic, about :
    (1) Input jack connect to what?
    (2) Output jack connect to what?
    (3) Where’s the zapper to be connecting?
    (4) What’s specification of Op-Amplifier?
    (5) What’s function of witness plate & stick pad? From what’s the material & how size?
    (6) How big the crystal size & Copper size?
    (7) How Potentiometer size?
    Thank’U :)

  • Sorynzar:

    #1&2 The jacks are to connect whatever you want to them, you may not even need them.
    #3 There’s no zapper in this circuit.
    #4 The amplifer is a simple audio power amplifier.
    #5 The plates can be made to any size. It was designed with copper in mind, but an conducting material will suit for your purposes. The stick pad can also act as an output plate. use a thin sheet of acrylic ontop of the stick pad for the rubbing surface.
    #6 Use any size crystal you like. The wire can be any size you like, but thinner the better.
    #7 use whatever potentiometer you like. 10K linear is a standard.

    Just experiment, see what you can come up with.

  • bow wow wozer:

    hello…im very interested in making a 43 dial radionics machine..with a large orgone booster…
    i dont have any experience but i want to do it and have fun with it…..
    is there any way you could help me draw up the plans for me to follow it…and how much would you charge..??
    i want 2 target and beable to have twelve trends….a very large machine….
    wiez makes one but its super pricey……thank you..
    is the wiring difficult to figure out?

  • Artz:

    Hi Sorynzar,

    Im little confuse on how to use this . If i have a picture ,and a trend written on paper. Picture on Witness plate, and Trend on Stick pad? the 3 dial are for getting the Witness rate only-how about the trend? Please advise.

    Thanks & Brdgs,
    Artz

  • Sorynzar:

    Based on this schematic, treat the stick pad as the output, and the witness as the input. If you want to transfer something to a target you would place that sample on the input and the target sample on the output. In most cases what you are tuning into is the sample of what you wish to transfer.

  • Sorynzar:

    I could probably put a drawing together for you for £30 GBP. It is a lot of dials, and you would need some knowledge of electronics, however basic, as you would need to solder connections.

  • Dee:

    Could you provide the type of rf amp chip I need as I dont want to use an audio amp. Not sure what chip is needed- I have seen single uhf chips with three legs available- are these ok?
    Also you say that the caps are not needed- what was the purpose of those in the first place?

  • Sorynzar:

    You would need to construct an RF amp. A transistor commonly used is the MPF102 JFET. A Hieronymus schematic detailing the configuration of three MPF102′S as a signal amplifier is shown here:

    http://www.wdjensen123.com/hieronymus/Plans_files/image004.jpg

    The capacitors were simply an experiment. That is the way things are in this field. One cannot major in radionic instrument building. I highly recommend that everyone applies an experimental mindset when working with these devices.

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