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Research on and Design in Wireless “Telluric Electricity”

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104497, PP. 1-7

Subject Areas: Civil Engineering

Keywords: Earthquake Prediction, Magnetic Switch Module, Wireless Transmitting and Receiving Module, GPRS Network, WIFI Switch Nets, Electromagnetic Spider Web, Telluric Electricity

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Abstract

Research on and design in wireless “telluric electricity” imitating the actual spider web and trigram cropland structure, using the principle of bionics will combine Telluric Current, electricity, Atmospheric electronic, E-compass, 4G-GSM wave switch, low and high frequency wireless transmitting and receiving devices. WIFI devices Switch. In theory, the electromagnetic spider webs induction method in Maxwell equation is adopted, and simple instruments and equipment are made by combining some software, such as wavelet transform, Mat-Lab simulation and configuration software. After years of testing, with the use of every minute four times, 5 - 10 second detection magnetic anomaly, abnormal situation will be asked after the three behind the road before the earthquake electromagnetic parameters are converted to a digital signal electric parameter. Before the earthquake changes in the electromagnetic field in a few hours to a few days, it is able to know when earthquake to occur, and can determine the location of the epicenter. The devices may be detected over stealth aircraft [1] [2] [3].

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Min, J. (2018). Research on and Design in Wireless “Telluric Electricity”. Open Access Library Journal, 5, e4497. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1104497.

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