A scientific term being combination of psyche- and electronics was first proposed in France to describe new technologies of thought-reading and transmitting with electronics means. Technical psychotronics includes the study of brain-computer interface mainly via remote two-way radio-frequency communication. As the subject belonged to classified information since approximately mid of XX-century it is not yet sufficiently covered by mainstream science and therefore lacks sufficient number of published references. However, since end of the nineties the technology is increasingly used in commerce, banking, administration offering tremendous competitive advantages to the operators. There are coordinated efforts by the users to keep it hidden from public view as long as possible.
History[edit | edit source]
The first interactions between radio-frequency emissions and human body were detected during research works on radar technologies. From the early fifties of the XX-century, a number of scientific studies was published dealing with experiments on animals, e.g.. Since the beginnings of the nineties of XX-century, with the end of the Cold War, along with large number of employees released from intelligence services worldwide , many formerly classified technologies started to permeate to civilian business and commerce.Among them, technical psychotronics offers perhaps the biggest competitive advantage in virtually every field of trade.The broad application into public life creates pressures for some legal framework, in particular due to little limitations with respect to geographic boundaries to the technology.
Technology[edit | edit source]
The technology combines standard radio-frequency techniques as high-frequency carrier and low-frequency modulation with EEG-derived identification of brainwave- patterns. It requires elements of radio-localization and telemetry , both well-known since the forties of XX-century. As the brain is too weak an emitter , external senders and receivers of carrier wave are necessary, which however may be remote.
References[edit | edit source]
- The Mind Has No Firewall;TIMOTHY L. THOMAS;Parameters, Spring 1998, pp. 84-92.
- Willshaw, W. E.; L. Rushforth; A. G. Stainsby; R. Latham; A. W. Balls; A. H. King (1946). "The High-power Pulsed Magnetron: Development and Design for Radar Applications
- Apparatus for chronic stimulation of the brain of the rat by radiofrequency transmission. GREER MA, RIGGLE GC.Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 1957 Feb;9(1):151-5.. PMID:13404942
- Aggressive behavior evoked by radio stimulation in monkey colonies.Delgado JM.Am Zool. 1966 Nov;6(4):669-81. PMID:4962776
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