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Re: the 20MHz Function Generator/Frequency Counter CA1640-20


Naaa, this is a engineering device Badfungi. Stand alone unit for "bench work." This is not a "consumer" item. It is made for the precision of working woth other electronics components. Therefore it should work exacrly how it says it does.

It does under 17 nano second rise times but does not mention the speed at which the falling/collapsing side of the waveform descends at. Probably rigth about the same speed. But that rise time is very important to create strong harmonics of whatever fundamental freq you program.

Darn, I overlooked the 5volts dc offset. I was always looking at the below spec that says 1-20volts peak to peak. Well, I'll have to check with them on it. They are here in Los Angeles and even supposedly allow people to fiddle with it at their place of business.

I really don't mention it here...maybe 2 times previously...that commercial fgs for engineering purposes are many many times better imho for the purposes of contact frequency therapy/experimentation. Zappers are cool, easy to work, cheap, come complete without much thought necessary and come in all kinds of varieties and are portable. But they are "consumer" goods. They're generally not built to engineering standards and rarely can offer the type of versatility a commercial fg offers when the experimeter wants to try new frequencies, or sweeps, etc etc.

Also, the reason why i do not discuss indepth the many reasons why commercial fg's are far better and therefore more effective then simple zappers is that it may hurt the sales of zapper manufacturers. I have befriended many makers here and elsewhere. I'm kinda stuck in that I would like people to understand the versatility of fg's compared to zappers, but also want to see zapper distributors continue to sell their goods and encourage others to take back their own health..starting with these little simple, yet effective devices. Double edged sword. Needless to say, they both have their place in someone's arsenal. But there isn't a single zapper maker that can convince me of the effectiveness, versatility, programmability of a zapper over a commercial fg. None.

I have suggested the madell unit here because i believe it to be the lowest priced commercial fg available..and with fast rise times. I really was thinking it had 10volts positve dc offset available. Not sure. There are plenty of people out there that have personally told me 5v is enough..particularly when going above 1mhz.

Also, don't forget that you could easily go to ebay.com and find ALL KINDS of very expensive fg's that have been heavily unsed generally, at rock bottom prices. You dont need to spend $280.

As far as madell showing the two copper pipes available, I believe someone that is a "clarker" alerted them that they could easily sell the electrodes and ***kind of*** market it to "clarkers". They have nothing to do with electrfifcation experimentation industry. They are pure engineering as far as goods sold. The unit does what it says and says what it does. It is not a controversial peace of newer equipment like a fscan2. FG's been round forever. And it was Rife's later partner John Crane we can probably thank as he starting using simple tone generators (primitive by todays standards) to deliver audio waves. We of course now build fg's to deliver all manner of higher frequencies. So with the madell unit for instance, a person can utilize any and all of the very controversail higher mortal oscillatory rates that Rife himself was utilizing personally in his animal experiments. He used up to just below 18mhz I believe. The madell does 20mhz. I see no reason to require anything higher.

The unit is ready and complete as shown. That said, and annanuki may know more about this, you may need an extra inexpensive component to keep the sqaure wave output square. Not sure..and I feel its very useable as is. I have a source from another forum who could answer that very easily. No pc needed, etc. The f160 2 channel fg (different fg) requires a plam pilot, laptop or desktop and is $700 and is even more programmable, user friendly and offers 2 channels (2 waveforms--for the purposes of using a Rife type carrier wave modulated with a base freq which would be your target pathogen.
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Naaa, this is a engineering device Badfungi. Stand alone unit for "bench work." This is not a "consumer" item. It is made for the precision of working woth other electronics components. Therefore it should work exacrly how it says it does.

It does under 17 nano second rise times but does not mention the speed at which the falling/collapsing side of the waveform descends at. Probably irght abou the same speed. But that rise time is very important to create strong harmonics of whatever fundamental freq you program.

Darn, I overlooked the 5volts dc offset. I was always looking at the below spec that says 1-20volts peak to peak. Well, I'll have to check with them on it. They are here in Los Angeles and even supposedly allow people to fiddle with it at their place of business.

I really don't mention it here...maybe 2 times...that commercial fgs for engineering purposes are many many times better imho for the purposes of contact frequency therapy/experimentation. Zappers are cool, easy to work, cheap, come complete without much thought necessary and come in all kinds of varieties. But they are "consumer" goods. They're generally not built to engineering standards and rarely can offer the type of versatility a commercial fg offers when the experimeter wants to try new frequencies, or sweeps, etc etc.

Also, the reason why i do not discuss indepth the many reasons why zappers are far better and therefore more effective then simple zappers is that it may hurt the sales of zapper manufacturers. I have befriended many makers here and elsewhere. I;m kinda stuck in that I would like people to understand the versatility of fg's compared to zappers, but also want to see zapper distributors continue to sell their goods and encourage others to take back their own health..starting with these little simple, yet effective devices. Double edged sword. Needless to say, they both have their place in someone's arsenal. But there isn't a single zapper maker that can convince me of the effectiveness, versatility, programmability of a zapper over a commercial fg. None.

I have suggested the madell unit here because i believe it to be the lowest priced commercail fg available..and with fast rise times. I really was thinking it had 10volts positve dc offset available. Not sure. There are plenty of people out there that have personally told me 5v is enough..particularly when going above 1mhz.

Also, don't forget that you could easily go to ebay.com and find ALL KINDS of very expensive fg's that have been heavily unsed generally, at rock bottom prices. You dont need to spend $280.

As far as madell showing the two copper pipes available, I believe someone that is a "clarker" alerted them that they could easily sell the electrodes and ***kin of*** market it to "clarkers". They have nothing to do with electrfifcation experimentation industry. They are pure engineering as far as goods sold. The unit does what it says and says what it does. It is not a controversial peace of newer equipment like a fscan2. FG's been round forever. And it was Rife's later partner John Crane we can probably thank as he starting using simple tone generators (junk by todays standards) to deliver audio waves. We of course now build fg's to deliver all manner of higher frequencies. So with the madell unit for instance, a person can utilize any and all of the very controversail higher mortal oscillatory rates that Rife himself was utilizing himself. He used up to just below 18mhz I believe. The madell does 20mhz. I see no reason to require anything higher.

The unit is ready and complete as shown. That said, and annanuki may know more about this, you may need an extra inexpensive component to keep the sqaure wave output square. Not sure..and I feel its very useable as is. I have a source from another forum who could answer that very easily. No pc needed, etc. The f160 2 channel fg requires a plam pilot, laptop or desktop.
 

 
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