Analog vs. Digital
The question always arises about the type of signal that should be used. It is generally accepted that the most effective of these frequency generating devices will deliver an analog signal, versus a digital signal. Analog is better because it is in many ways a more natural frequency with a natural “float”. It includes the sub-tones and overtones to the base number, providing a maximized fullness, essentially a richness of tonal qualities. A very big part of that is what is called the harmonics. An audiophile understands this. Those who desire only “true” sound on their stereo systems insist on analog devices for just this reason.
The current analog vs. digital discussion is wrought with misconceptions and disinformation. Such as, digitally generated frequencies do not vary, which implies that they do not have overtones and undertones. This would only be true if the frequencies remained digital. That is why digital frequencies from DDS (Direct Digital Synthesis) and DSP (Digital Signal Processing) are converted to analog before they are put out of quality generators. These Digital-to-Analog Converters are called a DAC for short. You can see in the diagram below that a frequency comes out of a DDS or a DSP looking like stairs. The signal then goes through a DAC or Digital-to-Analog Converter. Then it goes through a Low-Pass or Bandpass Filter to finish the analog conversion. Now the frequency that you have is a very accurate analog frequency with all the overtones and undertones of that analog frequency. The analog frequency produced by a digital chip can be swept up or down with more accuracy than any old tube analog instrument. The most important thing to remember is the frequency has to be converted to analog before it is output from the frequency generator.
Digitally produced frequencies converted to analog are far superior to any signal that comes from an old antique tube type analog frequency generator. Antique tube type generators are very limited. If I want a frequency of 2128.5, an old tube analog generator would not be accurate enough to give me that frequency to use. It could only give me 2128. Also, digitally converted frequencies allow me to sweep with far more accuracy than old analog tube type instruments. Even a thousandth or millionth of a frequency is possible even though this kind of accuracy is not needed. This is something that a purely analog instrument could not do as accurately. Digitally produced frequencies when converted to analog can accurately produce minute details. These analog frequencies when converted to a square wave waveform produce square wave harmonics. Some claim that their instruments which output analog frequencies produce advanced analog harmonics, but this is just sales hype. All the digital to analog frequency generators on the market today that have been tested with a spectrum analyzer produce the same analog harmonics. Anyone claiming to have some form of superior advanced square wave harmonics is just giving you lots of sales hype. (Our frequency generator uses this technology, of course.)
Output of Contact type instrument vs. Ray Tube?
Direct contact, or ‘pad machines’, instruments deliver frequencies through direct contact using plates or cylinders, while plasma ray tube instruments transmit frequencies indirectly through the air. Direct contact makes it possible to get the full energy into the body without power loss. The tools seen here use cloth covers also that are used wet. The moisture improves conductivity.
Indirect contact though a gas filled tube (usually plasma and/or argon) is efficient also, and allows for a ‘hands free’ application. However, beware those who claim that this works “as long as your in the house with it”. These are great, but you DO have be very close to it for true therapeutic value.
The laws of physics in regards to signal loss come into play when using a ray tube. It requires much more power to deliver its output. For every foot that you move the ray tube away from the body you have to divide the power output by the ray tube by a factor of 4. Example: If you have 50 watts of power coming out of a ray tube, then at one foot away from the ray tube you only have 12.5 watts. At two feet you only have 3.125 watts and at 3 feet you only have about .78 of a watt. Because of this loss, researchers and doctors from the 30’s had to stay within 6 to 12 inches of the body with the ray tube. Today, many ray tube instruments output about 100 watts or more. Their manufacturers recommend those who use them to stay at least 3 feet away from the ray tube. At one foot away from the ray tube you only have 25 watts. At two feet you only have 6.25 watts and at 3 feet you only have about 1.56 of a watt. Many people believe that you can simply sit in the same room with one of these plasma ray tube to get the full effect… this is incorrect! With a direct contact instrument, this power loss is not a problem; therefore, one does not need to use anywhere near the same power levels used by a ray tube instrument.
Why Power Output Is Important In A Frequency Generator.
When comparing various instruments, power output is an important consideration. The first direct contact style instrument developed by John Crane and John Marsh worked well, but were underpowered like most of the pad instruments built today. Most modern contact pad generators’ power output is only about 0.20 of 1 watt, and they run just 1 frequency at a time. Our generator, when running in “Audio Mode” runs up to 8 frequencies simultaneously (huge time saver) with an output of .75, or 3.75 times more power. When used with the optional RF carrier turned on, max power output is 5.4 watts and is nearly 30 times more powerful than these other instruments. With the use of the optional 30 watt max amplifier it is over 150 times more powerful than the .2 watt standard.
Car audio is all about the power ratings. The objective is to match up the power of your amplifier with the power handling capabilities of your speakers or subwoofers. Seems simple enough…until they throw around words like RMS, peak, max and dynamic and then throw the word “power” after it. As a basic rule of thumb, RMS power is considered true power and all other ratings are relatively mute when making comparisons or finding that perfect system. Below I go a bit more in depth with the different types of power.
RMS Power Ratings:
The RMS power rating is the measure of continuous power that an amplifier can output. RMS power is derived from Root Mean Square, which is a statistical measurement of the magnitude of a varying quantity and is applied to voltage or current. Yeah…you can disregard that and just concentrate on the fact that RMS power should be what you use to compare any similar products. Even the RMS power has its flaws and inaccuracies, but for the most part it’s the most accurate depiction of real, continuous power.
Peak, Max or Dynamic Power Ratings:
No matter how you word it, this form of power rating refers to the maximum amount of power an electronic device can handle or output in an instant without damage. Often times this rating could be reached with a big bass hit or a very loud note in a song as it’s played using the correct amplifier. We do not recommend that you use the peak, max or dynamic power rating when configuring your system because it does not reflect the products capability under everyday use. So why then is this power rating still listed if it’s somewhat exaggerated and unreasonable? Manufactures still advertise peak power because most consumers are unaware of its meaning and believe that larger numbers are better. Peak power is used to make a product seem more powerful than it actually is, sometimes even five or six times more powerful than the RMS rating.
And there you have it. Play it safe and stick with RMS power ratings while staying away from peak, max or dynamic power listings.
- Stand Alone Frequency Generator: Unlike some generators on the market, this generator is designed to be a simple, easy to operate, stand alone frequency generator requiring no complicated computer interface to use all of its features. Computer operated generators can generally work well if power output is adequate, but many people do not feel comfortable having to use a computer to operate all of a frequency generator’s options. Our customers appreciate that they are not required to have a computer to operate any of our instrument’s capabilities.
- Frequency range: 1 to 20 million Hertz.
- Power output: Variable up to 5.4 watts peak power. (2.7 watts RMS)
- Optional Amplifier: Variable up to 30 watts peak power. (15 watts RMS)
- Time Saving Feature: Simultaneously Runs 8 audio frequencies (1-40,000Hz), and Simultaneously Runs 2 frequencies from 40,000-20,000,000 Hz. (HUGE TIMER SAVER)
- Carrier Wave: 3.1 MHz RF (Radio Frequency) for more power, and capable of producing harmonic sidebands like Rife’s original 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s equipment! This is IMPORTANT! (NOTE: Carrier wave can be turned off so the user can operate it as a standard audio frequency generator.)
- 873 Preset Channels. Comprehensive and easy-to-run presets allow you to start experimenting immediately.
- Channel capability, 48: run up 48 frequencies in sequence, or in 6 groups capable of holding 8 frequencies each.
- Programmable channels: 2000. 873 presets leaves you with 1127 Open Channels. You can use these to make your own “Custom Channels” that will ‘remember’ the frequencies you load into it.
- Outputs: Four. 2 positive (red) and 2 negative (black). Using 4 points of contact (hands and feet) allows more signal to permeate the body.
- Voltage output in Audio Mode: 36 volts peak to peak.
- Voltage output in RF mode: Over 100 volts peak to peak making it over 27 times more powerful than most standard frequency generators.
- Frequency output: Digitally accurate frequencies (converted to analog using a DAC.
- Resolution: 1/100th of a Hertz: (2000.76) Beyond this is basically pointless.
- Two circuits. “Audio Mode” circuit capable of outputting 8 frequencies simultaneously from 1 to 40,000 Hertz, and 1 frequency up to 400,000 Hertz. This circuit uses NO RF carrier frequency. Running it like this is how MOST contact instruments on the market operate.
- Two circuits. “RF Mode” circuit capable of outputing 8 frequencies simultaneously from 1 to 40,000 Hertz and two frequencies from 1 to 20 million Hertz. For best results, leave it in this mode.
- Waveforms: Square and Sine wave. Square wave up to 150,000 Hertz. Sine to 20,000,000 Hertz
RF sideband circuit superior to super-regeneration or phaser circuit capabilities.
- Duty cycle capability: 10% to 100% square wave duty cycle.
- Gating (or pulsing) range: 1 – 5000 Hertz (advanced feature…. you don’t have to use this)
Gating duty cycle range: 10% – 90%. ‘Save Gating’ Feature: Allows you to save, in any channel, gating turned ON whenever that channel is used.
- Sweep Feature:Run 1 frequency at a time, from 1 to 20 million Hertz. (A Sweep runs ALL frequencies between 2 chosen points. Ex:10,000-20,000)
- Converge sweeps: Run 2 frequencies at a time, from 1 Hertz to 20 million Hertz.
- Channel sweep: Variable, 2 Hertz – 20,000 Hertz. The feature allows you to ‘hover’ above and below your target frequencies. This helps to prevent the organisms from adapting. (Ex. A 1000 Hz Channel Sweep on a frequency of 10,000 would sweep from 9,500Hz to 10,500Hz)
- Display: LCD.
- L.E.D: RF indicator light confirms RF output.
- Computer software: The easy-to-use software for programming frequencies into the generator is an option, not a necessity. It is mostly used for programming your own custom channels with frequencies of your choosing, and/or restoring any lost programmed channels that may be accidentally deleted.
- Worldwide AC Adapters: Two switching 110/240 volt power supplies for worldwide use.
- DVD Training Guide and Paper Operations Manual.
- Free lifetime phone support.
- Free software updates (when rare updates occur.)
- 60 Day Money Back Guarantee(less shipping cost) if returned in new condition.
- Two Year Warranty on parts and labor. (as of 1/1/16)
Broadcast Capable w/Optional Amplifier & Plasma Tube
A master oscillator combined with a powerful amplifier is needed to use the gas filled tube radiant, or broadcasting, method of outputting frequencies. If you are wanting to use the more powerful, versatile 1930’s/1950’s radiant method, then this amplifier is the instrument you will want to own.
– Power output of 207 watts peak power (103 RMS)
– Ability to run from 1 to 8 frequencies (up to 40,000 hertz) through a gas filled tube. No other instrument has this capability. (Rife ran up to 10 at a time.)
– Original vacuum tube gas filled plasma tube instrument with the ability to use a variable frequency from 1 to 20,000,000 million Hertz. It also has a variable built in carrier frequency which goes from about 2.2 to 3.8 MHz.
– Uses the superior high voltage – low current design over the low voltage – high current design.
Hands free Operation / Run it While You Sleep Useful range is about 30 feet when using gas tube. However, due to the laws of physics there are limitations to gas filled tubes and metal antennas that need to be understood. Both are very efficient and about 100% of the energy that you put into them comes out. But for every foot that you move away from these antennas you lose 75% of the power they output. Example: With a 207 watt output, at one foot away from the gas filled tube you will get 51.75 watts. At two feet away you only have 12.93 watts, and at 3 feet you only have 3.23 watts. Because of the laws of physics it is important to be as close to the gas filled tube as you can get if you want the greatest amount of the energy that comes out of it. One to six feet distance away from the gas tube would be the best choice. Always the closer the better.
Suggested range: 1 inch to 6 feet when using gas tube. Because there is no 1 foot to 3 foot null zone (non-effective range) it is not necessary to stay 3 to 6 feet away from the gas tube because it outputs the same as the 1930’s/1950’s equipment that was used within 6 inches of the target area.