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Advanced Plasma Rife Machine with internal Carrier Oscillator

December 08, 2023 by Mirko Pavleski
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A simpler version of my previous project "DIY Advanced Plasma Rife Machine" with embedded Carrier signal frequency oscillator.

 Rife machines are often promoted as devices that emit electromagnetic frequencies to destroy pathogens, including viruses and bacteria. However, these claims lack robust scientific validation. Royal Raymond Rife, the inventor of the Rife machine, claimed that it could treat various diseases by transmitting specific frequencies.

  In several of my previous videos, I described the principle of operation of these devices, as well as practical examples of making simple and advanced Rife Machines. This time I will describe how to make a simpler version of the project "DIY Advanced Plasma Rife Machine", but also at the request of several of my followers I will describe the hardware part in more detail with given circuit diagrams.

 Namely, in the previously mentioned project, the part with the Microcontroller (the oscillator which is actually the carrier of the signal) is relatively complex to make for most self-builders, this time I decided to make this part in a much simpler way with discrete elements.

 First, let's look at the block diagram of the Rife machine, to explain the working principle more easily. 

As we can see, the components are:

- Carrier frequency generator

- Generator of Rife Frequencies, in this particular case it is Frex16 software which is free, and is described in more detail in the previous video of this area

- Modulator + HF Amplifier + HV transformer, which serves to insert the Rife frequencies into the carrier frequency and the thus modulated signal is amplified and sent to the transformer whose output produces a high voltage for driving the plasma tube,

 - And the Plasma Tube that emits this signal into the environment.

Now we will mostly focus on the Carrier frequency generator because this is actually the difference between the previous device and this one. 

It's this little board, and this is the schematic of the oscillator. Although many Rife machines are sold on the commercial market not exceed 100 kilohertz, the original machine made by Rife has a carrier of around 3 MHz.

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 This generator is capable of generating a carrier frequency in the range of 100Khz to 30 MHz depending on the filter used, unlike the previous time where we could change the frequency continuously. I currently have 6MHz, 14.3MHz, and 20MHz crystal oscillators and will test it individually with all three. I placed a special connector on the board so that I can change the crystals quickly and without soldering. Just to mention that any other carrier frequency source can be used in place of this oscillator, such as in the previous project where the SI5351 Retro look VFO oscillator was used, and for which you can also find building instructions on my channel. Now I will demonstrate to you what the shape of the carrier signal looks like on an oscilloscope.

 As we see signal is sinusaidal.

 So we can place a crystal on the board with any value between 100kHz and 30MHz, and that will change the oscillating frequency. If we want to experiment with more carrier signals, we can install a mechanical switch that will change the crystal, as well as the frequency of the carrier.

Another board represents an AM modulator with an amplifier, so the modulated signal thus obtained is fed to the HV transformer.  

The high-frequency carrier signal is fed to HF+ input, and the low-frequency Rife signal, which is incorporated into the carrier, to the LF input. From the transformer, the HV signal is brought to the plasma tube, which then emits it into the environment

 The best way to test the functionality of the device is with a spectrum analyzer, and for this purpose I will use my SDR Radio SDRPLAY with the appropriate software.

 The frequency of the carrier signal is 20 MHz and we modulate that signal with the Riffe frequency, which is clearly visible on the spectrogram. We will look at the same for other carrier frequencies.

  However, very few do-it-yourselfers have access to a wide-range spectrum analyzer, so now I will explain to you the simplest way to test the functionality of this device.

  For this purpose we only need a short-wave portable radio.

In the way I will explain to you, you can test the functionality of this device, but also any commercial Rife device.

  First, we turn on the Rife Machine, and then on the radio we select the carrier frequency of the Rife machine, in our case it is currently 20 MHz. When we set the required frequency, the noise should be lost on the speaker of the radio. If we do not know the carrier frequency of an unknown device, we should scan the entire MW and SW range until we get silence on the speaker. That is the carrier frequency. Now we need to connect a signal with a Rife frequency to the LF input. In our case, we generate the Rife signal with the FREX16 software, which is otherwise in the audible range, and we need to listen to that frequency on the radio.

  This is a confirmation that the device is working as it should, and as intended by the creator of this machine. Beautiful light segments of Plasma in the tube is actually a visual presentation of so-called Standing Waves.


  And finally, a short note and conclusion:

 This video only explains the technical aspect of this device (how to build it). It's important to note that many health claims associated with Rife machines are considered pseudoscientific, and their use may pose risks. Before considering any alternative or complementary therapies, including the use of devices like Rife machines, it's advisable to consult with qualified healthcare professionals and rely on evidence-based approaches.

 And my personal thinking about this device. At today's level of development of Electronics, well-known companies manufacture CT and MRI scanners, ultrasound echo devices and even sophisticated robots that perform precise surgical interventions, so imagine what these companies could produce, if I myself with my average knowledge in the field of Electronics I can build a Rife machine for a few tens of dollars. According to this, if Rife's claims were true, there would be no incurable diseases today.

 The purpose of these few projects is that if you still believe in the functionality and operation of these devices, you can make them yourself or have someone make them for you for a moderate price, because commercial devices like this are sold at incredibly high unrealistic prices.

 To give it a professional look, I mounted the device in a suitable box made of 5mm thick PVC board and lined with colored self-adhesive wallpaper. And let me remind you once again, in order to make the whole process of making this device clearer, it is advisable to look at my previous works on Rife Machines, the link of which is given in this text.

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