As already mentioned a few years ago in Nova Astronautica n.143 www.asps.it/na.htm , 2 Japanese have copied my 1998 patent on the pnn http://www.asps.it/apensar.htmAnd if they are republished on their behalfNow since a few years if they do well to pay https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/%28SICI%291520-6432%28200004%2983%3A4%3C31%3A%3AAID-ECJB4%3E3.0.CO%3B2-Bto mitigate in part the thing I have republished for some years their (bad) copied here http://www.asps.it/article2.pdf
since the photonic boost is over 1000 times lower than that of the Lorentz force.
Lorentz's forces have been studied and mathematized in the static and almost static case ... I mean that I have never read something about them that brings 1 Mhz closer ... ..
The setup of the dipoles is what I have already talked about inhttp://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=42239.0And specifically I refer to fig. 1 and to the configuration fig. 4  published ibidem which determines a thrust in the same direction and towards. The push is given only to Lorentz's strength: F = i l B
And then it is not even remotely imagined the complexity that is generated when trying to upgrade the Lorentz force through dielectrics, ferrites and abatement of impedance.
In other words, the Lorentz forces also exist for the antennas.
One has only to patiently perform experimental tests on ballistic pendulum or structures with a milligram scale. You should not only do them but also repeat them using the phase shifter well. When one tells me that I do not have to do the tests because the theory predicts everything or almost I have great suspicions about such advice.Because in the end it is only the experiment and not the theory that judges.
@meberbsi promised myselfI will not be so controversy in this forum.
So you just has to convince my scales that measure the thrust
>1As I said in this thread: In practice we return to a different level to what happened in the good old times when the first laws of electrodynamics were formulated. In other words, the Lorentz forces also exist for the antennas.
@1Unfortunately you keeps talking about Maxwell, who is completely useless for the pnn (the pnn mainly uses only Hertz and Lorentz) .
As I said in the past you do not know many details of the pnn (I have not deposited for safety any F432 patent) considers it impossible to use Lorentz forces for propellantless propulsion. Unfortunately, you will have to wait as long as I have the money and the help of my engineers to defend my patent.
Once the construction details are known, it is practically certain that those who have a good electrodynamic lab in NSF will be able to reproduce the work done by ASPS well and separate thermal effects from thrust effects.