While I was able to 'replicate' the spectrum of case 'IT', although each time I made a scan the hits were at a different location.
Now the case 'IS' really is interesting. As you pointed out there are two broad features in the conductivity (CV). THIS looks to me very real!!!
I tried to replicate this with the resistor network and although I got hits scattered all over the place there was no similarity to your data. I will do some more testing later today but I think this is an indication of real responses. That is what I would have expected to see - pathogens in resonance should change the body's impedance at that frequency. And I also think that these resonances should be fairly broad.
I am really excited about that, Dennis! Maybe one should just do CV scans and forget about the differential MV data altogether? This could lead to a development of a simpler, more affordable device!
The only other way such a change in the conductivity (CV) could have occured is if the test subject changed his/her grip on the hand electrode or if the finger electrodes shifted. Therefore it is best to repeate the scans at least once. These two scans should show the same features, otherwise it could be just a change in the quality of contact with the electrodes of the hand and finger!
By the way I was using a potentiometer and had to adjust the amplitude in order to get hits in the 'IS' scan versus the first 'IT' scan. This is due to the fact that a simple resistor network or divider does not replicate the body's impedance. To get a better network that resembles the body, one has to add at least on capacitor or one capacitor with a resistor in series and add that to the network. I might experiment with that and hopefully get a pretty good circuit that matches the body's impedance for the whole range of frequencies that the F-Scan2 operates upon. Then such a network would be very valuable of us 'researcher' to see what is random noise and what is real signal.
I thank you so very much to share your experience within this forum!
I will try to find a way to post my scans on the web, I don't have a personal web site yet to do that.