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|Number of cells||26|
|Discovered by||Paul Callahan|
|Year of discovery||1997|
A Herschel transmitter is a Herschel-to-glider converter that produces two gliders on parallel tracks that can be used as input to a Herschel receiver. If the gliders are far enough apart, a suitably-oriented mirror image of the receiver will also work: the first glider triggers the receiver and the second glider deletes the extra beehive.
The image to the right shows a stable Herschel transmitter found by Paul Callahan in May 1997. The larger but more Spartan dead spark coil is sometimes substituted for the house siamese shillelagh, because a dead spark coil is easier to construct with a slow salvo.