WIN A RPX SIDEBAND GENERATOR BY DESIGNING A BRAND NEW LABEL FOR IT!
Here is what it looks like right now:
We are going to have the label printed right onto the black PVC case instead of using a sticker. We are leaning towards a black background, but we want your ideas!
Here are the graphics guidelines:
Printing: Offers full-color printing on most surfaces. In the unlikely event a surface is not eligible for full-color printing, they can pad print. Vector based artwork is required for printing. This includes, but is not limited to, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, and .pdf or .eps files.
Ink Colors: Colors will be printed per your electronic artwork file. Artwork should be designed for the CMYK color space. If a PMS color value is requested, the CMYK equivalent will be printed. There may be a color shift in the process depending on the specific spot color. Black, red, and white ink is available for keypad printing.
The dimensions for the image that you submit must be 3.875 inches wide and 2 inches tall. It must be 1200 DPI. Of course if it is vectorized, we can adjust the dimensions slightly if needed. EPS is our primary choice for the format.
The primary text we want on the label is: RPX
Secondarily, it can also have: 3.1 Mhz Sideband Generator
You can decide if the electrode and pumpwave, battery input and audio input text is necessary – or if there is a way for you to make it look good.
We are accepting submissions in 1, 2 or 3 colors or even full color. If you can submit your design idea in all 4 of those, that is the most helpful.
If you use some kind of “frequency” or other background image from i-stock photo for example and your submission wins, we will go purchase the license fee for the graphic – just keep the link of what background image you used.
You can look at this video to get an idea of what the waveform looks like with the sidebands in case you want to design your own waveform based on the real waveform:
If your submissions wins, the copyright will be owned by A & P Electronic Media as this is to be considered a “work for hire” and will be free of any royalties.
If the graphic is larger than 10mb, please upload it to Dropbox and send us the link – or email it directly if it is small enough to: info@ (put the domain name for this website).
The deadline for submissions is February 7th, this coming Tuesday. This is only a few days because we hope to have the new label on the next production run of units.
Here is a video where I walk you through the way to measure the sideband frequencies that are created when using the Bedini RPX. A machine must produce these frequencies in order to hit all the real Rife frequencies or it is not a real Rife machine.
It is possible to input a single frequency that will alter the fundamental frequency in order to hit a specific Rife frequency, but by having a function generator sweep through a broad range, you hit them all automatically without knowing what the exact frequencies are. That means it also will hit frequencies that Rife did not yet know the function of.
This is an experimental test device with no claims given.