You remind me of sitting in a high school classroom, and then someone bursts in the classroom with stuff just memorized from the class that just ended next door and now wants to show off by spouting off. The mouth is moving rapidly, but there isn't much substance spoken. How would you like it if someone approached you with the jibberish questions you posted regarding a work that you did and that you spent researching for 20 years? I don't think you spent 20 seconds reading what Dr. Clark wrote.
You start out by saying, "A simple Fourier analysis...shows there are only around 15 harmonics..." which begs my question, "Well, what does a complicated Fourier analysis show?" Do You know? Then you complain, "This is not a very 'rich' harmonic field." Who cares? You want to tell a scientist that it is not a rich harmonic field--as if this was something the designer of the zapper didn't know. Or maybe you just want to tell those who read this website that they couldn't know much about anything if they have experienced the zapper working for them. So to prove they don't know much you throw in highly technical terms like "square wave oscillator circut" and then say you want to discuss it. I read your other posts, those here and in the Dr. Clark Debate
Forum, it didn't appear to me that you came here in the spirit of inquiry. If this is how you ask questions that are important to you , I don't know how you get any of them answered.
Why ask, "...how there is no energy..at most parasite
frequencies" when you answered it in your preceding sentences? You said there were only 15 harmonics, remember? Did you just throw in the "how" so you could try to imply you were being scientific while insinuating zappers may not work? You said somewhere that you read manuals and manuals on HOW the zapper works, yet you never read WHY the zapper was designed? Isn't that what someone else here tried to ask in regard to what your purpose was in questioning HOW the frequencies work? The zapper kills parasites
it was designed to kill. There is a list. (But that would require you to read it.) And it kills them the entire length of the external perimeter of the intestines. The freqencies it emits are targeted for certain parasites. The zapper treats those parts that are not readily accessible by the other treatments (like using herbs, flushing, etc.) so that TOGETHER you have complete coverage and control over the parasite
situation. When used together, what one doesn't get the other will.
However I have read posts where people come ostensibly to ask support for one thing like how these frequencies work while they hide the fact that they don't believe there are parasites. In other words they don't believe people in the US and Europe have parasites. Those only exist in third world countries like maybe India. With an attitude like that it takes a lot more than factual information on how the definition of a square wave would apply to parasites
or simply how zapper frequencies work. So far you have memorized technical terms in your classes. But in what class context? Not in the context of the zapper. You memorized the definitions and used them in sentences. And if you had been given the zapper in your physics, electronics, chemistry or biology classes you would have tried it and memorized the relevant definitions for that too. But since you had not, you can't seem to learn how to use it (the definitions) in the proper context. You can't be spoonfed the experience of using the zapper. Either you want to read enough about it to try it or you don't. (The same for your friend.)
For someone who says they have experience with the terminology of electronics like circuits, Fourier analysis and all the other terms you used, I wonder if you did a search on this website on some of the terms you were confused about and wanted more information? You said you were confused about "positive offset" and how it worked.
I typed it into the Search box near the top right and got 14 hits. The 5th one down was interesting (click on blue link) and written by someone who also was learning and inquiring as you said you were.
I think one of the replies to you had a link to the answer to your question on positive offset. The wave from the battery is set to alternate between positive and zero voltage. (Zero being the midpoint between positive and negative voltage part.) It states on that page this is how you get positive offset. (You are supposed to be able to deduce that there isn't any negative voltage that is permitted to go through the zapper that way.) If you feel that Dr. Clark's explanations are babble and for 3rd graders because you know more, then you should be able to understand such a simple explanation. If you actually read that page and understood it, I wonder why you didn't have further comments or criticism on positive offset?
You said you read manuals and manuals on Dr. Clark's zapper trying to understand something. What are the names of these manuals and who wrote them?
definitions for those who find them usefull:
ostensible....used as a blind