Dr. Royal Raymond Rife and Philip Hoyland, May 1938
Rife and Hoyland with Beam Ray Rife Machine
Dr. Rife and Philip Hoyland's 3.3 MHz (3,300,000 Hertz) Sweep

 

If you have already read Chapter 9 and Chapter 11 of "The Rife Machine Report" on this site, this sweep method will be easier to understand. If you have not read those chapters then we suggest that you read those chapters so that you can understand how the original Beam Ray Clinical instrument (M.O.P.A. or Master Oscillator Power Amplifier) worked. You also may want to read "Dr. Rife's true original frequencies" page also.

Although it was Philip Hoyland that developed the Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument which used the harmonic sideband frequency method to produce Dr. Rife’s high RF frequencies, it was all based on Dr. Rife’s original work with frequencies. For this reason we give the greater credit to Dr. Rife because without him none of this would have been possible.

The doctors that used the Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument found that they needed to sweep each frequency that they used because of the accuracy problems that were inherent in the 1930's technology. Below is a quote from Bertrand Comparet, Dr. Rife's attorney, about the reason why the doctors had to sweep the frequencies they used:

COMPARET: Now what [Dr] Couche did, see, he would have cases where he would get an instantaneous cure, like that, and other times when the treatment just didn’t produce any results, because of the frequency shift. So, he would start in, he had from Rife (They were Hoylands dial settings that produced harmonic frequencies from Dr. Rife's original frequencies that would devitalize the organisms) a set of the frequencies for several different diseases and he would tune it deliberately to one side of that frequency and then gradually tune it across to the other side making sure that somewhere in the process he crossed the correct frequency, even if the instrument wasn’t exactly in tune anyway. Well, when they hit the exact frequency they got amazing results.” (1970's Bertrand Comparet interview #10)

Because these doctors had to sweep the dial for each frequency they used it became obvious that a sweep of the full range of the frequencies which they used would really be the best way to use this type of equipment. Therefore the credit for this sweep is given to Dr. Rife and Philip Hoyland.

When Dr. Milbank Johnson M.D. and Philip Hoyland were testing the first proto-type of the Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument they had something happen which amazed everyone that was working in Dr. Johnson's Laboratory. It was this event that revealed the full capability of the Beam Ray Clinical instrument and the possibilities of what a sweep with this M.O.P.A. type instrument could do. Below is Dr. Johnson's letter which describes what happened:

DR. JOHNSON: “Last summer, in hunting for the M.O.R. for the other two reproductive forms of the cryptomyces pleomorphia, we ran into a new band of oscillations which introduced itself to us by killing all three forms - those that we called BX, our filter-passing form; then a transitional form such as you found in the monocytes in the blood; and then the third or highly developed form coming from the sporangius forming from the hyphas of the mycelium. At the same time that this new wave band arrived, we broke all the glass in the laboratory of a certain shape, not only in the room where we were working but in all the other rooms...we had been troubled a great deal with a mold because in the microscope room there were no windows, but this band not only destroyed that mold, which was growing on the leather objects in the room, but every bacteriological culture that we had in the laboratory! It cleaned us out completely so we had to start from scratch and replace our losses. In fact, we were all so surprised that we began to feel each other’s pulses to see if we were still alive. As no harm had been done to us, we proceeded to test the new band out on mice, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs and dogs. So far as we were able to discover, it is not at all destructive or injurious to normal cell tissue. While we have been forced to modify our machine so as to produce this new band, still it is so much more effective clinically that we look upon it as a very advantageous discovery. However, our experience has forced us to do all of our experimenting with the new ray [Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument] completely outside of our laboratory building or abandon all form of bacteriological experiments, because it instantly kills them all.

I can assure you that no one, not even myself, could help but be astounded at the results we are now obtaining with the assistance of our new machines and our new band of MOR's." (Letter from Dr. Johnson to Dr. Gruner (copy sent to Dr. Rife) dated, November 4, 1936. Page 1, Page 2).

From this letter we learn that Dr. Johnson and Philip Hoyland were looking for the frequencies for two organisms which were connected to cancer. In order for them to find these frequencies it was necessary for them to sweep the dial of the instrument through the various frequencies. The proto-type of this instrument apparently malfunctioned which gave them a new band of frequencies (audio frequencies) to work with. While sweeping through this new band of frequencies they happened to be able to kill these two organisms. Not only where they able to kill these two organisms but they were also able to kill all of the organisms in the laboratory including the mold on the walls and furniture. This effect totally amazed them. They made the modifications to the Beam Ray Clinical instrument so that this new band of frequencies would be included in it. They also found that this Beam Ray Clinical instrument could not be used in the laboratory because every time they used it they would kill all the microorganisms in the laboratory.

None of Dr. Rife's previous instruments ever had the capability that this instrument had. Even though this new Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument was useless in the laboratory for finding individual frequencies for organisms, it was ideal for using clinically. Dr. Johnson pointed this fact out in his letter. The major difference between this new Beam Ray Clinical instrument and Dr. Rife’s previous instruments is the fact that this new instrument could produce over one hundred harmonic side bands simultaneously. It was this new harmonic sideband capability in this Beam Ray Clinical instrument which makes this sweep we are discussing on this page possible.

We will now explain the significance of this 3.30 MHz (Megahertz) sweep and how it can be used to produce all of Dr. Rife’s frequencies, both known and unknown. Not only can it be used to produce Dr. Rife’s frequencies, both known and unknown, but this sweep can produce the frequencies for many organisms that we do not have the frequencies for. This makes this sweep very advantageous to use. Almost all of Dr. Rife’s frequencies that he found which would devitalize the various micro-organisms ranged from 139,200 Hertz to 1,607,450 Hertz. Philip Hoyland found with his Beam Ray Clinical instrument that he could cover this entire frequency range using a fixed 3.30 Megahertz (MHz) carrier frequency modulated (combined) with audio frequencies. Through the use of these audio frequencies which were modulated onto this 3.30 MHz carrier frequency, high frequency harmonic sidebands were created. The audio frequencies used in this instrument ranged from 1,200 Hertz to 21,275 Hertz. In the chart below we see the audio frequencies that are used with 3.30 MHz to produce, through harmonic sidebands, all of Dr. Rife's known high RF frequencies.

Wrong audio frequencies

Philip Hoyland was able to produce all of Dr. Rife's frequencies, through harmonic sideband frequencies, using these audio frequencies because he found that Dr. Rife was correct when he said that many of his frequencies were harmonics (actually Dr. Rife meant sub-harmonics of higher frequencies). When Philip Hoyland tested this concept out in the laboratory in the summer of 1936 with Dr. Milbank Johnson, M.D., he found that Dr. Rife was correct that his frequencies were sub-harmonics of higher frequencies. These higher RF harmonic sideband frequencies were the frequencies that Philip Hoyland used to kill or devitalize the micoorganisms he tested. To show how this works we will use the first frequency in the chart shown below for our example.

Dr. Rife's True Frequencies

By verifying what Dr. Rife already understood Philip Hoyland discovered that he could take the M.O.R. frequency that Dr. Rife found for Streptothrix, which was 191,803, and multiply it by 17 (17 X 191,803 = 3,260,651 Hertz) and use that frequency to devitalize the Streptothrix organism. What Philip Hoyland did was verify and prove that every harmonic of Dr. Rife’s frequencies can be used to devitalize the organisms. Philip Hoyland multiplied every one of Dr. Rife’s frequencies up in the frequency range so that they would all be as close as he could get them to 3.30 Megahertz (3,300,000 Hertz). By doing this he could use audio frequencies from 1,200 Hertz to 21,275 Hertz to produce, through the harmonic sideband method, all of Dr. Rife’s frequencies. Below is a chart of the new higher harmonic M.O.R. frequencies that were used in the Beam Ray Clinical instrument. These are the frequencies that Dr. Johnson was making reference to in his letter when he said:

DR. JOHNSON: "with the assistance of our new machines and our new band of MOR's."

Philip Hoyland's Beam Ray Clinical Instrument MOR's

What this information reveals is that every frequency of any organism that ranges from about 40,000 Hertz to 1,800,000 Hertz (1.8 MHz) could be multiplied up so that it would be within the range of this 3.30 Megahertz sweep. Now with this understanding if a sweep was done with a Beam Ray Clinical instrument from 25,000 Hertz down to 500 Hertz using a 3.30 MHz carrier frequency it would hit every one of Dr. Rife’s frequencies for the various micro-organisms. This sweep would also hit the frequency of any organism that was between about 40,000 Hertz to 1,800,000 Hertz. Since we know that the smallest of these organisms was the B.X cancer virus and it had the highest frequency (1,607,450 Hertz), it is reasonable to assume that all the rest of these organisms’ frequencies would be covered in this sweep. Also there are many organisms’ frequencies that have never been discovered but if they are somewhere between about 40,000 Hertz and 1.8 MHz (1,800,000 Hertz) then this sweep could with the use of other carrier frequencies also cover those frequencies.

This sweep would be very advantageous to use because Dr. Rife found 54 frequencies for many organism and they would most likely be in this same range. We only have 18 of these 54 frequencies because the rest were lost. We may not know what those frequencies are but if this sweep is used every one of these organism's frequencies could be hit during this sweep. Besides these 54 frequencies there are many organism's which we do not know the frequencies for that may be in this same frequency range. If this sweep is done over a period of 2 hours starting with 1 Hertz and going to 40,000 Hertz it would be on an organism’s window of vulnerability for about three minutes. Because the Beam Ray Clinical instrument can produce nearly one hundred harmonic sidebands it could hit each organism’s frequency over 20 times during this sweep.

Below is a spectrum analysis graph that shows these sidebands which are create from the 3.30 Megahertz carrier frequency. There are 41 lower sideband frequencies shown in the visible area of this graph. There are only 3 upper sidebands shown. If this graph showed all the upper and lower sidebands there would be over 100 sidebands produced by a single audio frequency. These sidebands are covering a frequency range of over 600,000 Hertz, three hundred thousand Hertz below 3.30 Megahertz to three hundred thousand Hertz above 3.30 Megahertz. These sidebands are the reason the Beam Ray Clinical machine had the ability to devitalize many microorganisms doing a sweep.

When people look at this graph, shown below, one of the first things they notice is that the power of the sidebands and harmonic sidebands do not drop off as quickly as one would expected in a modern solid state circuit. Philip Hoyland's circuit design is unique in that he developed a circuit that more evenly distributes the power throughout the sidebands. He did this by having a harmonic RF sine wave carrier frequency. The sine wave is distorted and produces a great deal of harmonics. The audio frequencies that he modulated the carrier frequency with, which create the sidebands, were also sine wave and had harmonics in them. By doing this he built a harmonic machine that's output is very unique and difficult to be reproduced with modern electronics. Most modern electronics engineers when looking at this graph are surprised to see the power distributed more evenly throughout the sidebands. They expect the sidebands to drop off in power very quickly. The fact that the circuit is built with old vacuum tube technology also has a great deal to do with the power being distributed throughout the sidebands. Philip Hoyland stated that he built a harmonic machine. The spectrum analysis graph, shown below, of his machine proves that he built a harmonic machine that could produce all of Dr. Rife’s higher harmonic frequencies through harmonic sidebands. What is very interesting is the fact that Philip Hoyland used sine wave audio frequencies not square wave audio frequencies. But when his circuit was tested with square wave audio frequencies it still produced the identical sideband frequencies. Also the power, like the sine wave waveform, was more evenly distributed throughout the harmonic sidebands. From these test it was found that both sine wave waveform and square wave waveform audio frequencies will work with Philip Hoyland's circuit design. (Note: the harmonics from the square wave waveform do not create the harmonic sidebands because it does not matter if sine wave or square wave is used the same sidebands are produced. But with square wave the harmonics from the square wave waveform will ride with or be distributed throughout the sidebands. If a 50% duty cycle is used you will only get odd harmonics from the square wave waveform but if a duty cycle greater than 50% is use, like 60%, both odd and even harmonics will be created).

Beam Ray Clinical Instrument Sidebands

Now to show how Philip Hoyland's harmonic sideband circuit worked we will take the B.X. cancer virus audio frequency of 21,275 Hertz which was used in the Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical instrument. The 4th sideband hits the frequency of 3,214,900 Hertz (Dr. Rife's original BX frequency of 1,607,450 Hertz multiplied by 2 = 3,214,900 Hertz). This 3,214,900 Hertz frequency was the new primary frequency used by Philip Hoyland for the B.X cancer virus with the Beam Ray Clinical Rife machine. The 5th sideband will hit the B.X. frequency of 3,214,900 Hertz at the audio frequency of 17,020 Hertz. The 6th sideband will hit the B.X. frequency of 3,214,000 Hertz at the audio frequency of 14,183 Hertz. Just from this one example it is easy to see that every organism's frequency is hit many times as this sweep goes from 25,000 Hertz down to 500 Hertz. This is the reason that this instrument was able to kill all the organisms in Dr. Johnson's laboratory. This is also the reason that they could never use this instrument in a laboratory setting. This instrument was only used by doctors in their private practices.

If you look at the sideband chart, shown below, you can see many of these harmonic sideband frequencies which are created when a single audio frequency is modulated onto a 3.30 MHz carrier frequency. As the frequency sweeps from 25,000 Hertz down 500 Hertz the space between the sidebands gets narrower. Not only are these sideband frequencies narrowing, or getting closer together, they are also moving in closer towards the carrier frequency of 3,300,000 Hertz (3.30 MHz). This is why every frequency is hit many times by different harmonic sidebands. Anyone understanding this sweep can see how using this method with an original Beam Ray Clinical instrument design would be very advantageous to use. To see a video of how these sidebands work click on the next two links. The first video is for slower connections and the second video is for high speed connections. Video 1, Video 2. These videos only show 8 sidebands moving in towards the 3.30 MHz carrier frequency but they give an understanding of how these sidebands work. In the original Beam Ray Clinical Machine it could produce as many as 100 sidebands all moving in towards the the 3.30 MHz carrier frequency during this sweep.

Sideband Chart

When you run the 2 hour sweep from 1 Hertz up to 40,000 Hertz with a 3.3 MHz carrier frequency the sidebands hit all the organism’s frequencies many times. Below we will show how each organism has many audio frequencies that would create a sideband which could hit its M.O.R. frequency. When you look at the list of frequencies below you will see the organism's name and the audio frequency in bold type that was used by Philip Hoyland to produce the correct sideband frequency which hit the primary frequency used in the Beam Ray Clinical instrument to devitalize the organism. The additional audio frequences will also create a sideband frequency that will hit the primary frequency for each organism.

As we explained before Philip Hoyland’s primary frequency was obtained from his instrument. These frequencies were higher harmonics of Dr. Rife's original frequencies which could have only been obtained by multiplying Dr. Rife’s primary frequency up in harmonic steps to the closest frequency Philip Hoyland could get to 3.30 Megahertz. For an example we will look at the first organism “Streptothrix.” Philip Hoyland multiplied Dr. Rife’s primary frequency of 191,803 by 17 and used 3,260,650 Hertz (Dr. Rife's original frequency of 191,803 X 17 = 3,260,650) for his primary frequency for “Streptothrix" in his Beam Ray Clinical instrument. All the other audio frequencies shown below for each organism are additional audio frequencies that will create a sideband that will hit Philip Hoyland’s new primary frequency or M.O.R. when a sweep from 1 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz is used.

Please Note: We only did 10 frequencies for each organism even though over 20 do exist. These frequencies show the benefits of doing this sweep. Either a 3.30 or 3.10 Megahertz carrier frequency can be used. The 3.10 carrier frequency is more advantageous to use than the 3.30 MHz because the sideband frequencies are closer to the many organism's frequencies listed below. So it would not matter if you use a 3.10, 3.20 or 3.30 Megahertz carrier frequency when doing this sweep because they all will work identically the same. The only thing that would change is which audio frequency was producing the correct sidebands but since we are doing a sweep from 1 Hertz up to 40,000 Hertz over 2 hours this would cover all of Dr. Rife's M.O.R. frequencies with any one of these carrier frequencies.

1. Actinomycosis or Streptothrix: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *7870 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,260,650 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 191,803 X 17).

19674, 13117, 9838, *7870, 6558, 5621, 4919, 4372, 3935, 3577.

2. Anthrax: (This organism and its frequency were not included in Hoyland's instrument but Dr. Rife had it. We have added it to show that any organism's frequency between the audio range up to 1.8 Megahertz will be hit when doing this sweep) (The Primary Frequency is 3,340,800 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 139,200 X 24).

20400, 13600, 10200, 8160, 6800, 5829, 5100, 4533, 4080, 3709.

3. B or E Coli Rod: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *8020 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,332,080 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 416,510 X 8).

16040, 10693, *8020, 6416, 5347, 4583, 4010, 3564, 3208, 2916.

4. B or E Coli Virus: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *17220 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,076,140 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 769,035 X 4).

22386, 20351, 18655, *17220, 15990, 14924, 13991, 13168, 12437, 11782.

5. BX Virus Carcinoma: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *21275 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency 3,214,900 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 1,607,450 X 2).

*21275, 17020, 14183, 12157, 10638, 9456, 8510, 7736, 7092, 6546.

6. BY Virus Sarcoma: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *20080 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,059,040 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 1,529,520 X 2).

21905, *20080, 18535, 17211, 16064, 15060, 14174, 13387, 12682, 12048.

7. Gonorrhea: (This organism was also not included in Hoyland’s instrument but we have added it to show that any organism's frequency between the audio range up to 1.8 Megahertz will be hit when doing this sweep) (The Primary Frequency is 3,262,000 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 233,000 X 14).

19000, 12667, 9500, 7600, 6333, 5429, 4750, 4222, 3800, 3455.

8. Pneumonia or Spinal Meningitis: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *7660 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,141,900 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 426,862 X 8)

22980, 19150, 16414, 14363, 12767, 11490, 10445, 9575, 8838, 8207, *7660Hz.

9. Staphylococcus Pyogenes Aureus:
(Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *7270 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,343,620 or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 477,660 X 7).

21810, 14540, 10905, 8724, *7270, 6231, 5453, 4847, 4362, 3965.

10. Streptococcus Pyogenes: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *8450 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency 3,595,750 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 719,150 X 5).

22750, 21125, 19717, 18484, 17397, 16431, 15566, 14788, 14083, *8450.

11. Syphilis: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *6600 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,154,800 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 788,700 X 4).

20743, 18150, 16133, 14520, 13200, 12100, 11169, 10371, 9680, *6600.

12.Tetanus: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *1200 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,276,000 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 234,000 X 14).

12000, 8000, 6000, 4800, 4000, 3429, 3000, 2667, 2400, *1200.

13. Tuberculosis Rod: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *8300 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,324,897 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 369,433 X 9).

12448, *8300, 6224, 4979, 4150, 3554, 3112, 2766, 2490, 2263.

14. Tuberculosis Virus: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *16000 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,076,000 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 769,000 X 4).

22400, 20364, 18667, 17231, *16000, 14933, 14000, 13176, 12444, 11789.

14. Typhoid Rod: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *6,900 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 3,037,800 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 759,450 X 4).

23836, 21850, 20169, 18729, 17480, 16388, 15424, 14567, 13800, *6900.

15. Typhoid Virus: (Hoyland’s Audio Frequency *18620 Hz) (Hoyland’s Primary Frequency was 2,890,360 Hz or Dr. Rife's original frequency of 1,445,180 X 2).

22758, 21560, 20482, 19507, *18620, 17810, 17068, 16386, 15755, 15172.

Up to this point we have talked about how to use this sweep using a 3.30 MHz carrier frequency. We will now explain in more detail why we can use the same type of sweep using other carrier frequencies. We know that Philip Hoyland used two different carrier frequencies. These were 3.30 MHz and 3.80 MHz. Because we now know how this instrument worked we can use the mathmatical calculations to show that 3.10 MHz (3,100,000 Hertz) is actually a better carrier frequency to use with this sweep. This is because 3.10 MHz makes it so the harmonic sideband frequencies are closer to the frequencies that devitalize the organisms. In simple terms at 3.10 MHz there is more power in the sidebands that hit the frequencies which devitalize the organisms. In reality the more power the better they should work.

If the 3.10 MHz carrier frequency is used then the sweep should at least go from 500 Hertz to 25,000 Hertz over a 2 hour time period. The reason for this is the BX audio frequency of 21,275 Hertz is no longer the correct frequency for the BX. The new frequency for the BX is 22,980 Hertz when used with the 3.10 MHz. With this understanding it is easy to see why a sweep from 500 Hertz up to 25,000 Hertz is also used with 3.10 MHz.

Because there are so many different organisms that cause different illnesses other carrier frequencies could be used with this same sweep method. Today it is known that there are some organisms which are smaller that the B.X. cancer virus. It is also known that there are several other organisms that also appear to cause cancer. One such well known organism is the Papilloma virus which is believed to cause cervical cancer. In Europe several other organisms have also been found to be linked to cancer. So it appears that the two frequencies (The BX and BY) which Dr. Rife found may not work on many other cancers that we have today. For this reason this sweep may be very important to those who have cancers which are not responding to Dr. Rife's BX and BY organism’s frequencies.

If per chance some of these new cancer organisms or other organisms frequencies were between 1.8 MHz (1,800,000 Hertz) to 4 MHz (4,000,000 Hertz) this sweep could be used with a 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8 MHz carrier frequencies to cover anywhere in this range. Because the harmonic sidebands cover such a large frequency range (about 600,000 Hertz) these carrier frequencies would overlap so that no frequency of any organism would be missed. The primary carrier frequency that one would want to start with would be the 3.10 MHz or the 3.30 MHz followed by the other carrier frequencies that you may want to use. Those using this type of sweep would probably want to use the above carrier frequencies even though they are very close together. The reason for this is the power in the sidebands would be very powerful covering the 100,000 Hertz frequency span between each carrier frequency. This would insure that there was sufficient power in the sidebands. With the fact that carrier frequency could be covered in 2 hours it would be possible to cover 4 to 6 different carrier frequencies in one day and then do another 4 to six on the second day followed by another 4 to 6 on the third day. This would give it 72 hours between each range covered and would make it so someone did not over do running the frequencies. By doing this a person make be able to have success where they otherwise may have failure.

Anyone desiring to use the above described method which Philip Hoyland's Rife Ray #5 hand the capability of doing should understand that they would be using this method at their own risk. We only give information here on this site and cannot be responsible for those who may want to try and use the method that Philip Hoyland machine was capable of doing.

Please note: Just doing a sweep from 1 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz will not produce the effect that we have talked about on this web page. This sweep can only be done with a Beam Ray Clinical instrument design which can produce harmonic sidebands using an RF carrier frequency. This sweep can also be done with a gate frequency (any frequency from 75 Hertz to 1300 should work well). The carrier frequency should be set before the sweep frequency is run in order to make sure that the carrier frequency is on 3.10 or 3.30 MHz or whatever other carrier frequency you want to use. With this Beam Ray Clinical or M.O.P.A design the carrier frequency may wander several hundred Hertz but this will not affect it since the sweep is at least 2000 Hertz above the first organism’s audio frequency. A little wander in the carrier frequency is actually a good thing.

This sweep could be run for 2, 4, 6, or even 8 hours or longer. If you are limited in time then you could shorten the sweep range. This sweep can be broken up according to the amount of time you have. It is possible to do the 8 hour sweep at night with the instrument right next to your bed. Then you could sleep without wasting any of your day time hours.


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