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composite broadcast frequencies

ete and propouse multiple discrertional transeviers to produce broadcasts outside of available tech range
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radio frequencies can be massively spaced but this doesn't mean they don't interfere. If they are the same octave then one can get them to interact and merge, a form of entraining to yield a final effective spectrum.

Lack of wave theory aside, it seems possible to have two frequencies produce another frequency that was previously unavailable

lostmind, Jul 28 2008

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       Aren't you losing two frequencies to gain one ? Or are you trying to describe a way of using two frequencies already being used in such away as to magically make another frequency . You could encode/decode information in the other two frequencies .
wjt, Jul 28 2008
  

       I don't think any of us are on the same wavelength here. Maybe it's just a phase?
4whom, Jul 28 2008
  
      
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