May 15, 2013

How To Build A Laser Communicator To Send Messages Into Space. UFO Sighting News. Cool!


I wanted to send messages into space. You know...I have a UFO site and all. I have done this over the years, but its cost me, so I decided to find a way other than old tech radio, to send messages, thoughts, greetings or whatever into space. Why not? I mean the light from the laser travels...at the speed of light. So messages will literally travel for years before they spread out to much to be read. The stronger your laser, the more likely that the message will be received, because its power will keep it together longer. So I replaced the red laser with a green pen laser of 100mw, but later I will replace it with a 400-500mw pen laser. The kit was fun to make and interesting new tech. DARPA just stated this year that they are working on a laser communicator for use with the International Space Station, so this must be fun if DARPAs messing around with it. 

Hope you like the video, its long winded but I wanted to explain everything so you could know about it before you jump into buying the kit. 

Tonight I will record a message, plug this the transmitter into my wall and put it in the window aimed up into space. I then put the message on "repeat" and leave it for about 2 hours. Oh, and if you just want to see it work, jump to 7:10 into the video. Take care. 
Scott C. Waring-Taiwan



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5 comments:

  1. i want to make it,how much it cost?

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    1. $59 at Amazon...here is the link.

      http://www.amazon.com/Ramsey-LBC6K-Laser-Audio-Communicator/dp/B0002NRK58/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1369031220&sr=8-1&keywords=laser+communicator%2C+kit

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  2. Glad to see im not the only one that beams audio into space with this hahaha its easier than using radio since its narrow and wont be caught by anyone nearby but less likely to be picked up none the less fun. You need at least 2000mw and even than it barely makes it out.

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    1. Its a lot of fun and part of you will travel across the universe forever at the speed of light.

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  3. The old film projectors used the same light that projected the picture on the wall to also make the sound that you heard. If you looked on the sides of the old films you would notice little black like wave patterns. When the light shined through this wave like pattern it would make the sound that you heard while watching the film from one of those old film projectors. Great video

    Is there any way to do this without the transformer or by using a normal AC wall wart transformer or does it have to be an audio transformer? I tried this according to another video I saw on here and the audio is very crackly and the laser is dim and goes out. what am I doing wrong?

    Kip uses solar cell because it sends out the same or equivalent amount of energy based on the energy received from light, so if 5 watts light is shined on it, then 5 watts or less(depending on the quality of the solar cell) light will be sent through the wires connected to it, because of that, if you send variant wattages of light, speakers can then pick this up and play sounds =)

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