Practical scan: The three
photos above show the practical usage of Miner A-1000 in modes of magnetic
(normal) and electromagnetic. In the photo on the left; Miner A-350, the
receiver which is equipped with special hardware and the ultra high
electromagnetic signal generator are all placed in a bag. In the photo in the middle, the researcher is holding the bag in
his left hand while holding the laptop pc on his right hand. In the photo on
the right, the researcher is real-time-scanning the field with Miner A-1000 in two active modes;
magnetic and electromagnetic. While walking at constant
speed, he is trying to keep the bag and the laptop pc at constant height
from the ground.
receiver is scanning the field under the interference of the ultra high
frequency signals generated by its own transmitter. The emitted signals by
the transmitter will help the magnetic minerals underground to react within
the new electromagnetic field.
there is a magnetic deviation, the receiver warns the researcher by
vibrating. When there is an electromagnetic disturbance caused by
underground anomalies, the measured numerical data on the laptop pc screen
will suddenly change.
MINER A-1000'S MAGNETIC DETECTION PRINCIPLE
Digging and filling a hole for burying an object
will cause a magnetic difference in earth's natural magnetic field because
of the replaced, removed, mixed minerals and the buried metal objects. The
disturbed soil's magnitude of magnetism will be higher or lower from its
surroundings. After decades, that difference will be detectable by high
instruments like Miner A-1000.
In the above drawing; a magnetic object enters into
a field and causes a deviation in the earth's natural magnetic field.
is doing a research in the field
with Miner A-1000.
The magnetic object buried
underground has its own magnetic field which is different from the earth's
natural magnetic field.
Miner A-1000 will detect the
magnetic deviation caused by the metallic object and the disturbed (dug and
filled) soil. It will start vibrating.
The target will be located.
MINER A-1000'S GRAVITY MEASUREMENT
measures the gravity of the earth in dimensions of x, y, z.
The figures show the density of the soil being examined.
The sudden changes in soil density while research refer to the changes in gravity. The caves or
mineral concentrations underground will cause gravitational changes because
of their different densities from the surrounding rocks. Miner A-1000 measures x, y,
z coordinates of the earth's gravity. It also calculates the
gravitational differentiation by time.
MINER A-1000'S ELECTROMAGNETIC DETECTION
The transmitter in Figure 1 (cizim 1) emits ultra
high frequency signals. In Figure 2 (cizim 2), the receiver is getting the
signals from the transmitter without any interruption and any interference.
In Figure 3 (cizim 3), the radiated
radio waves generated by the transmitter are interrupted by the conductive
objects such as long-time buried metals.
A secondary electromagnetic field occurs around the metal which disrupts the
primary electromagnetic field.
secondary field around the metal object underground negatively affects the communication between the receiver and
the transmitter. When the receiver detects the weak, distorted field, the metal
object will be somewhere between the receiver and the transmitter. The maximum depth of
that metal object is equal to the
distance between the mobile receiver and the constant (fixed) transmitter.
of the radio waves is similar to the waves in water created by a stone thrown
into a lake.
wave disrupts another.
communication between the transmitter and the receiver can break up
because of the underground
conductive materials (such as treasure, metals, gold, metallic minerals).
A secondary electromagnetic field
occurs around the material which disrupts the primary electromagnetic field.
VISUALISATION: The sudden change on 2D
geomagnetic field / time graph shows a metal or an anomaly. The power
carried by various frequencies is shown on the second 2D graph. The unstable
values also indicate an anomaly.