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Electrogravitic communication (EGC) systems are based on the use of electromagnetically generated gravitational waves
rather than electromagnetic waves typically used in radio, television, and other communications systems.
EGC systems offer the potential of instantaneous communication over unlimited distances due to the nature of the
structure of space theorized by Townsend Brown. In addition, modulated frequencies transmitted and received by EGC
electrogravitc communication apparatuses designed and tested were not attenuated by electromagnetic shielding, and
the working upper range of frequencies could not be determined during testing.
EGC systems are ideally suited for civilian (as well as military) applications - ultra-high, electrogravitic frequency transmission
receivable over large distances, and not susceptible to attenuation by ground mass or shielding.
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