The "International Committee on Offensive Microwave Weapons" (ICOMW) has put together a useful and very interesting collection of articles at its website:
In the words of the Managing Director, Mr. Harlan Girard, "here you will find the fewest number of documents whose cumulative affect, we feel, is necessary to convince an intelligent and well-informed adult that the United States has been committing high crimes against humanity for many years, and will continue to do so until it is held accountable before the Court of World Opinion."
The following articles (each offered as free PDFs) provide a military overview of Synthetic Telepathy weapons, the doctrine underlying their use, and some surprisingly detailed technical descriptions of the weapons, taken from patent documents:
"The New Mental Battlefield: Beam Me Up Spock" by Lt. Col. John B. Alexander
"The Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low-Intensity Conflict" (1984) by Capt. Paul E. Tyler, U.S. Navy http://www.icomw.org/archives/tyler.asp (Harlan Girard: "We regard this paper as so important in the chain of evidence establishing the existence of an Electronic Concentration Camp System that if our Archive consisted of only two documents, the Tyler paper would surely be one of them!")
"Cognitive Warfare" (Holzer, Robert. "U.S. Navy Team Begins Search for Innovative Warfare Capability" Defense News, 2 September 1996)http://www.icomw.org/archives/cogwarfare.asp
Air Force Bibliography on the Biological Effects of Millimeter Wave EMF
Sony Patent on Ultrasonic Hallucination Machine
Sony owns U.S. Patent 6,536,440 which concerns a "Method and system for generating sensory data onto the human neural cortex". It is a non-invasive system, overcoming the drawbacks of surgical implants. Essentially, Sony claims that by targeting certain locations of the brain with ultrasonic energy, pulsed at a low frequency, they can create hallucinations of visual, aural, olfactory and somatosensory sensations, as well as those of taste.
Secretary of the Air Force owns Patent on Synthetic Telepathy
Sandia Laboratory's Cognitive Machines Project