Because of my limited budget I have to get the rife digital which has the precision of Frequency Range: 0000.01Khz - 0999.99Khz (≈ 1MHz)
Will this work? It is 20MHZ Quartz Crystal Core
- Uninterruptible Program Sequences
- Automatic function plus manual over-ride.
- Square Wave Output
- Voltage Output ~10v (Use only Oscilloscope to measure voltage output)
- 50% Duty Cycle (Standard)
- 100% Positive Offset
- DAC: Digital Accuracy
Thanks for advise. My son has babesiosis and mycoplasma. I would like to start the treatment asap.
if it is sending an electric current As its method of delivering the frequencies (which is the same as the stand-alone F-165 rife unit), and the frequency generator It uses is actually accurate, then I don't see a reason why it wouldn't work
it's just that the review on Amazon makes me a bit nervous about how easy it is to use. that's the best input I have on the situation
What is the basic time of the step between each frequency in microseconds.
1 microsecond resolution makes a step of 500 kHz from 1 Mhz. This means that 800 kHz id not available as well as 600 kHz is not, nor is any frequency between 500 kHz and 1 Mhz. With a 20 Mhz clock, the resolution could be 0.05 microseconds. This means that from 1 Mhz to about 950 kHz, 900 kHz, 850 kHz, etc. Any frequency between can not be produced. However, the lower the frequency, the smaller the step so that in the audio frequency range, the resolution would be fine.
Weigh this carefully. The one testimonial posted could have come from the maker or from some source with an interest. Make sure that there is a money back guarantee.