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New Frequency Calculator on RPX Page from Tesla Scientific

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Special thanks to Simon Davies aka dR-Green (on Energetic Forum) for creating a simple, user-friendly calculator on the new RPX website. Everyone can instantly see what audio frequency needs to be mixed with the 3.1 MHz carrier in order to create sidebands that are rich in harmonics for ANY frequency they want.

Simon has been replicating much of Tesla and Dollard’s work over the years and his calculators are accurate so if you want to know how to calculate windings and other parameters for your experiments, he has both free and paid calculators available at: Tesla Scientific

Here’s an example of how you can use this calculator and the RPX as a 432 Hz harmonic generator, which nobody else is doing.

You take the carrier of 3.1 Mhz and divide it by 432 = 7175.93

Round up or down to the nearest whole number = 7176

Multiply your desired frequency of 432 x 7176 the multiplier = 3.100032 Mhz sideband that will be created

The difference between the sideband and carrier is 32 Hz

Therefore, if you use an external signal generator with the RPX and you input a sinewave limited to 2 volts with a frequency of 32 Hz, it will create a sideband of 3.100032 MHz, which is a multiple of 432 Hz and it will have a whole lot of harmonics of that frequency.

This can obviously be done with any desired frequency – why not use Rife’s brilliant method to create frequencies for your frequency needs? Everyone else is just focusing on the fundamental frequency but are completely ignoring the fact that the real power comes from all the harmonics.

Go to the calculator here, enter the desired frequency and hit return. You’ll instantly get the audio frequency needed to be input into the RPX to do the above: https://emediapress.com/rpx3#resources

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