Knowledgebase: Product Questions
High Frequency Q & A for Techies
Posted by Joshua Parker on 09 October 2009 07:59 PM
Here's some interesting questions that someone asked recently...

Should all the connection wires be RF shielded or Litz wire to avoid
signal interference or loss?

** RF Shielded wire is best

Do I need to be concerned about the length of the connection wires when
running 4 pairs of the connection wires?

** running longer than the 6 foot cables included is likely to slightly
reduce the power depending on how long the cables actually are.

If I use multiple output connections from the SR-4 amplifier (like all
4 pairs) is the power output spread out between each output (would one
pair of wires have more output per pair than using 4 pairs of

** Yes - the power is split among whatever you connect to the output so
4 connections will give you half the power on each as 2 connections would.

Should there be a distance between the wires if they cross?

** crossed wires don't seem to be a problem since the voltage is
not over 1 KV (it's much less than this)

Should salt water be used on the terry cloths to increase conductivity?

** I personally don't use salt water since water is sufficient enough
to increase conductivity enough.

I came across this info and would like to experiment with it however
the XXX machine does not go to 28 million hertz:

The specific frequency effective against the BX virus is given by
various sources as 2127 or 2128 cycles per second, but apparently the
original Rife ray swung through a range of frequencies perhaps as great
as plus and minus 10. So the ray might encompass 2117 to 2137. This was
superposed on a carrier frequency and applied through the specially
modified X-ray tube filled with helium, or perhaps also other noble gases.

Rife indicated he was using a +/-25 meter wavelength (11.78 Megacycles)
as well as another which was 17 6/10 meters (17.045 Megacycles) Note:
Should be 17,045,455 Cycles The following is taken from Rife's notes of
November 20, 1932:

Wavelength of super regeneration of audion tube 17 6/10 meters.

(11,780,000 + 17,045,555 = 28,825,455 Cycles!!)

** Super-regeneration was one of the prominent theories of operation
for some of the 1930's instruments at one time a few years back
but much of this has been disproven at this point and largely
replaced with the theory that the most advanced and complex
instrument that was made was the design of Philip Hoyland which
seems to have actually used two RF oscillators that were
heterodyning the two RF signals together. This delivers 4 distinct
frequencies but it is not a result of super-regeneration.

We made this mistake in the past but in the recent reports have
clarified this to actually be the result of heterodyning.

Please see the current reports on for more info.

Regardless the most prominent theory at this point seems to hold
that the BX frequency is 1,604,000 Hz.

Disclaimer: Statements have not been
evaluated by the FDA. Not intended
to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat
any disease.

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