Outside of a Farady cage , he gets a high signal, and inside, he gets a blazing signal.
The NANOR, when connected to a voltage emits a very narrow band of RF signal.
There is resonance broading 1/r^3 fall off, indicating probable Fcc vacancy.
LANR electrolytic cell "Mother of all Cathodes" MOAC was ran at Lincoln Lab for months, showing a 43% loss of D. it was quiet until Iccf21 because they were looking for neutrinos (and didn't find any, and weren't interested in the deuterium loss).
This device gives as much as 70 Watts of excess power, when driven at the right state.
It sits in a resonant maser cavity.
Ni/H2O/Pt gets going and makes pulsatile lines, and it is only associated when there is an active CF system. he wants to build a movie of it to show better the changes.
There appears to be some kind of inter-movement between the lines, but he asks, is this mode locking? Probably not, because in mode locking, the cavity is hundreds of wavelengths, but with MOAC, there is only a single mode. Also transit times in mode locking do not match those of this one. Also, these pulses here appear as almost step functions , different than mode locking pulses.
He will continue this avenue of research and says to everyone "do not give up" and he encourages people to look at the other frequencies in this space.
John Wallace said that all the magnetic fields could be causing precession, and to put the whole thing in an iron box to quiet the intermovements.