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Experimental set up for wireless transmission

Is it possible to transmitt the power without wires?

if it so

please list the experimental setup for that..............

and tell experimental setup and operation for that;;;;;

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Yes it is possible to transmitt electrical power without wires, just not likely from your generator.

Go search for Nicoli Tesla on the web, he was a very smart fellow who did lots of work on this long ago.

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