6/16/2013 — RADAR used to transmit power to distant Rectenna — NASA experiment success

2.45GHz @ 500,000watts across several miles.. NASA Goldstone RADAR experiment from 1975.

A fully successful transmission of electricity (wireless) across several miles to a Rectenna.


HAARP in Alaska is another example of a modern day Rectenna:




Also in comparison .. modern day NEXRAD Weather RADAR (used by NWS/NOAA) operates in the 2-3GHz spectrum @ 750,000watts — Which means that, just like the 1975 NASA experiment, our weather RADARs can transmit power (intentionally or unintentionally) to a distant location.

nexrad haarp

As seen in the video at the top of this post, in 1975 it was possible to transmit power at a distance using 2-3GHz / 500,000watts…. in 1988 the NEXRAD RADAR program was rolled out across the United States operating @ 2-3GHz / 750,000watts.

Meaning we have at least one facility per state (all 50 states) plus several military bases — all capable of transmitting power / electricity wirelessly.

Again we see NEXRAD RADAR has a multiple functionality to it .. first we found it can pulse in the MHz range .. 0-10MHz spectrum.. Just as HAARP in Alaska pulses in the 0-10MHz spectrum.   NEXRAD mimicking HAARP.

Next we found that NEXRAD also can target a beam at 2-3GHz, which we further discovered the beam is capable of generating an artificial plasma ‘mirror’ in the atmosphere (called an AIM).  NEXRAD mimicking a plasma generator..

The examples listed above are documented here:


Summed up, this 1975 experiment from NASA, proves modern day NEXRAD RADAR is also capable of transmitting electricity across a distance to a receiving antenna !  NEXRAD mimicking a Tesla wireless power transmitter.


Here are just a couple of the .pdfs referring to the 1975 experiment:





Here is the full search to find MUCH more information on the subject:


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