*Electromagnetic Radiation Experiments with Transmitting, Contra-Wound Toroidal Coils*

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Title | Electromagnetic Radiation Experiments with Transmitting, Contra-Wound Toroidal Coils |

Author(s) | George D Hathaway, H David Froning, Blair M Cleveland |

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Published | 2011 |

## Abstract

Except for Quantum Electrodynamics, there has been no real extension of Maxwell’s classical electromagnetic (EM) field theory since his electromagnetic EM field equations were developed in 1864. These equations describe the behavior of vector fields of low (U1) Lie group symmetry. In this respect, Terence W. Barrett has used topology, group and gauge theory, to extend Maxwell theory into tensor fields of higher symmetry form: SU (2), SU (3), and higher, that describe the behavior of specially conditioned EM fields. One of Barrett’s ways of emitting SU(2) EM fields was driving alternating current through toroidal coils at any of the resonant frequencies that will occur for a specific toroid geometry. Experiments to explore the possibility of achieving such resonant frequencies and SU(2) EM emissions will be described.

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