An oscillator radiating a frequency tuned to cause a permanent magnet to vibrate when the resonant frequency of the permanent magnet is achieved.
With only one source oscillator, it’s possible to cause all magnets inside the resonant frequency Power generators to vibrate and generate a voltage output. The coil is wound around the magnet but not touching the coil this allows the magnet to vibrate without touching the coil, thus generating a voltage output.
Therefore, one oscillator will be able to activate multiple resonant frequency generators. Within the oscillators range. A small voltage output from several resonant frequency generators is fed back to the source oscillator to power the source oscillator. The voltage gain from the generators far exceeds the required Power necessary to operate the Source generator. There is not a physical connection between oscillator and the resonant frequency generators. Therefore, one variable frequency oscillator is able to radiate a frequency to multiple resonant frequency generators without creating a load on the oscillator. The magnet is suspended by a flexible connection on both ends.