Electromagnetic Pulse Survival Guide

EMP Protocol

The EMP protocol is a well-designed product that includes many videos and images that show you how to create 3 Faraday boxes. This is one of the essential elements because the information provided makes it possible to protect your device even in the Power EMP. As many sites available to make Faraday boxes but this EMP Protocol product has a real master plan and very affordable. In this product, you will learn three ways to use electricity. Just follow the information provided and apply it, then see how to easily save your life and your electronic device from the EMP. The EMP Protocol product is a step-by-step manual for everyone. you'll learn some more different techniques which are very innovative and helps to secure your life from the very dangerous EMP Apocalypse. In this product, you will learn more about EMP and safety cages. With simple tools, everyone can make these cages. The tools are available in the kitchen or in the yard. This fully enclosed shield to place your electronic gadgets like mobile, radio or microwave. And you can keep more tools to generate your own electricity. Electricity can be obtained from solar or wind energy, but most of the electricity used in homes comes from the burning of fossil fuels such as oil or coal. These fuels are needed to power the turbines that produce electricity. More here...

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Format: Ebook
Author: Dan Sullivan
Official Website: www.empprotocol.com
Price: $54.00

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I usually find books written on this category hard to understand and full of jargon. But the writer was capable of presenting advanced techniques in an extremely easy to understand language.

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Transient noise

A transient is any temporary (< 16.6 ms) overvoltage or overpower condition. Transients are either repeatabte or random in nature. An example of the repeatable type of transient is the discharge of an inductor or capacitor. Examples of random-type transients include electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning, and the nuclear electromagnetic pulse. In the case of lightning, Fig. 15-2 shows the exposure of the U.S. electrical power system to lightning strikes. Clearly, high-voltage lines are struck more frequently than low-voltage lines. Unfortunately, that exposure transmits along the lines to your home or business to disrupt electronic circuits. In fact, the lightning doesn't have to actually strike the line but by induction can cause disruptive currents to flow in the power system by striking something close

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