Short description: source and receiver of a high-penetrating emission are capable of long-range interactions. This effect seems to be of a non-electromagnetic nature - multiple measured features point to this conclusion - or at least they utilize "strange" EM phenomena, like the macroscopic Aharonov-Bohm effect. Many authors assume that a long-range interaction is based on so-called entanglement in macroscopic systems.
Detection: measuring correlation between emitted and received signals, when the generator and sensors are spatially distributed (usually hundreds of km with extremely low emitting power).
Replication: yes, see literature
Complexity of setup: middle, generator and detector are required
The structure of this experiment is relatively simple (see below), moreover it is one of the most popular experiments performed each time when a new generator and sensor is appeared. There are published multiple modifications of this experiment: with biological/technological objects as sensors, with passive and active generators, and with different addressation approaches.
As an example of this approach, the image below shows the early version of the Ehmi generator with image of IGA-1.
Typical diffuculties with this experiment consist in three "unknown variables": the emitter should work, the receiver should work, and the addresation should work. If any of these three elements will not work as expected, the experiment will fail. Thus, usually, we take two already tested elements, e.g. very sensitive biological sensors and images as an adressation element and test remaining element (the generator in this case).
One of the results (from , distance between emitter and receiver is about 13000km, emitting power ~1mW ) is shown below. We observe the reaction of EDL sensors exactly in the time when the generators are switched on (gray areas).
This experiment has some incomprehensible nature and is contrary to most of the known dependencies in which the distance considerably weakens the power of the signal. Therefore, it is not considered by many skeptical scientists. However, the results were replicated by independent experiments. For experimentalists this experiment is one of the most compelling evidence for the existence of the high-penetrating emission (as well as for its strange properties).
 Sergej Maslobrod, Elena Maslobrod, Serge Kernbach, Long Range Interaction within the System 'Semiconductor Generator - Matrix - Seeds', Proc. of Conf. 'Bio-Energy-Information Interactions. Ecology and Safety', 18-19 April, Moscow, 2013. (engl)
 V.Shkatov, V.Zamsha, EXPERIMENTS ON INTERCONTINENTAL FINE FIELD COMMUNICATION (FFC) AND CONTROL BETWEEN THE CITIES OF PERTH (AUSTRALIA) AND TOMSK (RUSSIA)
 Serge Kernbach,Exploring a high-penetrating capability of LED and laser emission, part 2, Nano- and Micro- System Technics, N7, 2013
 Serge Kernbach,Exploring a high-penetrating capability of LED and laser emission, part 1, Nano- and Micro- System Technics, N6, 2013
 Serge Kernbach, Vitaliy Zamsha, Yuri Kravchenko, Long and Super-Long Range device-device and operator-device Interactions, International Journal of Unconventional Science, 1(1), 24-42, 2013 (engl), here the russion version
 K.C.Lee, M.R.Sprague, B.J.Sussman, J.Nunn, N.K.Langford, X.-M.Jin, T.Champion, P.Michelberger, K.F. Reim, D. England, D.Jaksch, I.A. Walmsley, Entangling Macroscopic Diamonds at Room Temperature, Science 334, 1253, 2011. (engl)