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Analog vs Digital Frequencies

The Skin Effect

There are those who say that only frequencies output through a ray tube will penetrate the body. The justification for this is referred to as the “Skin Effect”. These people come to this conclusion because electricity will only travel on the outside of a copper wire. For those who do not know this scientific fact, electricity does not travel on the inside of a copper wire, it only travels on the outside surface of the wire. The insulation protects us from the electricity. This “skin effect” would be valid if the body was made of copper or high RF frequencies above 30 Megahertz (30,000,000 hertz) were used. When the frequency increases above 30 Megahertz the skin effect produces a smaller zone of conduction and a correspondingly higher value of AC resistance. This means that “skin effect” begins to have a small effect starting at 30 Megahertz and increases as the frequencies increase up to three hundred Megahertz (300,000,000). Fortunately the frequencies that Dr. Rife used were all far below this range. In fact Dr. Rife’s Kennedy equipment output frequencies below 2 Megahertz (2,000,000 hertz).

The body is mostly made of water which is a good conductor of electricity. There have been many scientific tests done on body impedance that prove through scientific testing that the “Skin Effect” does not exist in the frequency range Dr. Rife used on microorganisms. These tests show that the real question should be, “what is the cell effect”? For more information about body impedance and the cell effect you can read a report called “Skin Effect and Bio-Electrical Impedance Analysis” that is one of the many posted on the internet. For those who have a hard time understanding this scientific information, at the end of each paragraph in blue type are simple explanations that anyone can understand.

The Analog vs. Digital Frequency Debate

For those wanting to know the facts.

The current analog vs. digital scene is wrought with misconceptions and disinformation in the form of marketing hype. Such as, digitally generated frequencies do not vary, which implies that they do not have overtones and undertones. This would only be true if the frequencies remained digital. That is why digital frequencies from DDS (Direct Digital Synthesis) and DSP (Digital Signal Processing) are converted to analog before they are put out of any digital or analog frequency generator. These Digital-to-Analog Converters are called a DAC for short. You can see in the diagram below that a frequency comes out of a DDS or a DSP looking like stairs. The signal then goes through a DAC or Digital-to-Analog Converter. Then it goes through a Low-Pass or Bandpass Filter to finish the analog conversion. Now the frequency that you have is a very accurate analog frequency with all the overtones and undertones of that analog frequency. The analog frequency produced by a digital chip can be swept up or down with more accuracy than any old tube analog instrument. The most important thing to remember is the frequency has to be converted to analog before it is output from the frequency generator.

Digitally produced frequencies converted to analog are far superior to any signal that comes from an old antique tube type analog frequency generator. Antique tube type generators are very limited. If we want a frequency of 2128.5, an old tube analog generator would not be accurate enough to give you that frequency to use. It could only give you 2128. Also digitally converted frequencies allow you to sweep with far more accuracy than old analog tube type instruments. Even a thousandth or millionth of a frequency is possible even though this kind of accuracy is not needed. This is something that a purely analog instrument could not do as accurately. Digitally produced frequencies when converted to analog can accurately produce minute details. These analog frequencies when converted to a square wave waveform produce square wave harmonics. Some claim that their instruments which output analog frequencies produce advanced analog harmonics, but this is just sales hype. All the digital to analog frequency generators on the market today that we have tested with a spectrum analyzer produce the same analog harmonics. Anyone claiming to have some form of superior advanced square wave harmonics is just giving the consumer lots of sales hype. So when it comes to Analog Vs. Digital frequencies make sure that the person you talk to knows the facts.

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