What is a Frequency
frequency generator, referred to by some as a "Rife machine", is a research instrument used by practitioners,
clinical researchers, and private researchers alike, in an attempt
to influence the body in making chemical changes by using
bio-frequencies, or "sound
waves". Frequency generators work on the principle of
sympathetic resonance, which means that if there are two
similar objects and one of them is vibrating, the other will begin
to vibrate as well, even if they are not touching. In the same
way that a sound wave can induce resonance in a crystal glass, and
ultra-sound can be used to break up kidney stones, it is believed by
many researchers that frequencies can be generated to stimulate organ function or physically
vibrate offending bacteria, viruses and parasites, resulting in
their elimination from the body.
A Brief Background
first modern publication on the subject of bio-frequencies (that
this author is aware of) was by
Tesla in 1890. A whole branch of medicine
was founded on the healing effects of certain Tesla coil
frequencies. Tesla understood the therapeutic value of
high-frequency vibrations. He never patented in the area, but did
announce his findings to the medical community, and a number of
devices were patented and marketed by others.
Patients, by focusing certain frequencies on afflicted areas, or in
some cases just sitting in the vicinity of vibrations from a device
like the Lakhovsky Multi wave Oscillator (which produced a blend of
specific frequencies) experienced relief from rheumatism and other
painful conditions. It was even considered a cure for certain types
of paralysis. Such radiations increase the supply of blood to the
area with a warming effect (diathermy). They enhance the oxygenation
and nutritive value of the blood, increase various secretions, and
accelerate the elimination of waste products in the blood. All this
promotes healing. Reversals of cancer tumor growths have been
Electrotherapy devices were sold directly to the public via ads in
popular magazines and in the Sears catalogs. Self-treatment was
widespread. (This easy access to treatment of all sorts of
conditions led to the eventual suppression of the technology by the
Later, in the 1920's
Royal Rife is another man who began exploring this
phenomena as it relates to people and the pathogens that make us
ill. He built a wonderous
microscope that used
light to actually see these microscopic invaders with
his own eyes. He watched, while applying radio frequencies in an
attempt to create a sympathetic resonance for each sample.
Today's modern frequency generators are largely based on
by Barry Lynes has a good summary of Dr. Rife's work. (
Royal Rife was issued a "Doctor of Science" degree by
the University of Southern California in 1935 for his
work with the microscope and beam ray instruments.)
Later, in the 1990's cellular physicist,
Hulda Clark PhD, also
applied this science to uncover and "map out" the unique
bio-frequencies generated by hundreds of parasites and bacteria that
she found inside our bodies. Rather than light, she uncovered these
frequencies by sound, by using a "listening device" of her own
design. (The Syncrometer)
Her work helped to further support the validity of applied
bio-resonance science. Later, she developed another device
called a "zapper"
that was loosely based on the early devices of Dr. Rife.
(If you're searching for information,
this site has a lot of wonderful details on the
history and background of these devices:
(see the FAQs
for more details)
Audio Frequencies vs. Radio
Frequencies - What is the difference?
nutshell, Radio Frequencies (RFs) are higher than Audio
Frequencies. The science seems to say more power and more cycles per
second (higher frequency) allow the signal to penetrate more
deeply. The first known frequencies from the 20's and 30's were in
the millions of hertz range. (like our generator)
So why do most of the
instruments built today only use low audio frequencies, when original
frequencies were much higher? The FCC (Federal Communication
Commission) is the main reason why. In 1935 Congress created the FCC
and by 1936 they began to regulate the airwaves. Before 1935 there
were no regulations to prevent Dr. Rife from using his high
frequencies output through a plasma powered ray tube. The frequencies output
through the ray tube would travel about 12 miles in each direction
from his laboratory, and would. Dr. Rife said his equipment would
“raise the devil” with all the radios.
1936, Philip Hoyland built the first audio frequency
instrument. (right) In these early designs, a radio frequency was
used to "carry" a newer set of lower audio frequencies into the body.
(like our generator does)
1950s, Rife's research partners
John Crane and John Marsh continued
to build this lower audio frequency instrument, using simple
off-the-shelf technology of the day. From this time on, Dr. Rife’s
original high frequencies were no longer used in any of the
equipment, nor were his RF carrier waves used.
of today’s modern frequency generators are patterned after these
early 50's style instruments.
the RF carrier frequency, they couldn’t get the same harmonics and
penetration as the earlier ray tube instruments. This is why our
frequency generator does use a RF carrier wave. A very
simplified way to think of this is this: when you hear a song on
the radio, it is audio frequencies that you are hearing.
However, these audio frequencies are brought to your radio antenna
by a modulated radio frequency, or "carrier wave". The audio
frequencies are "piggy backed" onto the radio frequencies. This "RF"
carrier signal simply delivers the lower audio signal deeper. (which
is what you want)
Square Wave vs. Sine Wave
debate within this field is "which wave format to use?" Before the
newer instruments were developed, all the generators output only
radio frequencies, or "RF". When emitting these radio frequencies,
the sine wave format is produced. Basically because this higher
frequency range (in the millions of pulses per second, or hertz),
creates a wave form that is naturally rounded at the top and
bottom. It's more difficult to create very sharp signals at this
high rate of oscillation.
advent of the newer Crane/Marsh design, the rate at which these
signals are emitted dropped substantially into what is referred to
as the Audio Frequency range. (this was not a desired design aspect
at the time.) With these lower frequencies, the signal can be very
sharply turned on and off, as seen below. This square wave design is
used when running the lower audio frequencies. One important reason
is because it helps to better create entrainment between the signal
being emitted and the target. The principle of entrainment is at the
very foundation of this entire science.
is defined as the "tendency for two oscillating bodies to
lock into phase so that they vibrate in harmony." It is
also defined as "a synchronization of two or more
rhythmic cycles". The principle of entrainment is
universal, appearing in chemistry, pharmacology,
biology, medicine, psychology, sociology, astronomy,
architecture and more.
In the radio
frequency range, a sine wave pattern is generated.
In the lower
Audio range, a square wave pattern is desired. (below
Sample Sine Wave
Sample Square Wave
Signal gently rises and falls. Can vary the rate of this
rise and fall, top and bottom limits, etc...
Signal sharply turns on and off. Can vary the rate of
this "on/off" signal.
Analog vs. Digital
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. 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
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?
Contact instruments deliver frequencies through direct contact,
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. Indirect contact
though a plasma tube (plasma tube) is efficient also, but a bit more
time consuming and cumbersome, as ray tubes should be held within
several inches of the body. The tube is waved over the entire
body or target very slowly.
The laws of physics in regards to
signal loss come into play when using a ray tube. It requires
much more power at the frequencies 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. This is
one benefit of a contact 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. The average power output of
contact instruments on the market today is only about 0.20 of 1
watt. Our generator, with the use of an RF carrier, is about 2
watts and is over 9 times more powerful than these
With the use of the optional amplifier it is over 50 times more
20MHz Frequency Generator - Specifications
Stand Alone Frequency Generator:
designed to be a simple to use, easy to operate, stand alone
frequency generator requiring no complicated computer interface to
use all of its features. The computer
software for programming
frequencies is an option, but not necessary.
Programmable channels: 2000 (comes
with 873 preset for you already to use)
Channel capability: 48 frequencies in
sequence, or 6 groups capable of holding 8 frequencies each.
Computer software: included, but
Outputs: FOUR points of
direct contact. Most use just two.
Power output: Variable up to 2 watts.
Optional Amplifier: Variable up
to 10 watts (only in RF mode)
Voltage output in Audio mode: 40 volts
peak to peak.
Voltage output in RF mode: Over 110
volts peak to peak, making it over 9 times more powerful than
most standard frequency generators.
Frequency range: 0.1 to 20 million
Frequency output: Digitally accurate
frequencies converted to analog using a DAC.
Output multiple frequencies: Up to 8
audio frequencies simultaneously to 40,000 Hertz.
Eight audio frequency range: 0.1 to
40,000 Hertz with 1/100th of a Hertz resolution.
Output RF multiple frequencies: Two.
Two RF frequency range: Up to 20
Waveforms: Square and Sine wave.
Square wave to 150,000 Hertz, Sine to 20,000,000 Hertz
Duty cycle capability: 10% to 90%
square wave duty cycle.
Gating or pulsing range: 1 - 2200
Gating duty cycle range: 10% - 100%.
Carrier wave frequency: 3.1 MHz RF
(Radio Frequency) capable of producing harmonic
sidebands like the 1930's, 1940's and 1950's equipment.
Carrier wave on and off capability:
Carrier wave can be turned off so the user can operate it as a
standard audio frequency generator, like most units on the market
Channel sweep: Variable 10 Hertz to
20,000 Hertz. (Ex: A 10,000 hz Channel Sweep means the signal
will float 5,000hz above, and 5,000hz below the target
Standard sweep: 0.1 to 20 million
Functions: Signal starts
from point A and moves toward point B, and back and forth for the
Converge sweeps: Two signals start
from points A and B and move toward each other in opposite
L.E.D: RF indicator light confirms RF
AC adapters: Two switching 110/240
volt power supplies for worldwide use.
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Key things to remember:
Preprogrammed with 872 channels. (very
comprehensive / easy to use)
Optional RF carrier wave for deep
Higher frequency range than
others. (FULL range of known frequencies)
Has 9 times higher output than
others. (more penetration)
Runs up to 8 frequencies
simultaneously! (BIG time saver!)
Creates both Audio and Radio
Runs Sine AND Square waves.
Four points of contact, instead
of just two. (more saturation)
Has other features that
competitors do not.
Comes with EASY instructions and
Customer Support and Training
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