Terminology of the EAV and bioresonance
Frequency range / frequency response
The term frequency range is defined as the range of information or wave spectrum, which can be transmitted by a device. Within this range, the shift between the signal at the input and output should be very small. Please see also the section about phase distortion.
The upper boundaries
In the early days of bioresonance it was assumed that approximately 150kHz or 180kHz are sufficient. Such devices are still sold today at high prices. But tests in 1993/4 have unveiled that a much wider frequency range is advantageous to bioresonance. These test were pretty cumbersome and time consuming. Today, with the WaveScanner it is much easier to check which frequencies are needed for bioresonance. Based on the tests, in our opinion, a bioresonance device should be able to transfer at least 450 kHz*, or better 1000 kHz .
Sometimes salesmen of device providers talk about many megahertz or even gigahertz. If you encounter such a device, it is recommended to request a confirmation in writing that even at the upper limit no phase error occurs and that the processing of waves in these ranges was really technically checked. We have seen ‘gigahertz statements’ for devices, where, with technical high frequency background, it is obvious that alone the simple connectors and cables eat up all the energy because of the Skin-Effect of the high frequency science.
(* Hertz means cycles per second, cps, kHz means Kilo-Hertz, 1000kHz = 1MegaHertz = 1MHz )
The lower boundaries
In bioresonance the lower end of the frequency range should, in our opinion, clearly be below the Schumann region, ie below 7 Hz.
EAV tests with the RemiWave Pro WaveScanner show that often already the DC area (eg, the electrostatic body field, 0Hz, no oscillation in the classical sense) balances the EAV readings. For this reason, all bioresonance equipment of Holimed transmit the waves starting at 0 Hz.
Therefore, the frequency range of bioswing Pro goes from 0Hz to 500kHz.
The RemiWave bioresonance devices cover the range from 0Hz to 1,000kHz.
In the Holimed bioresonance devices this frequency range is processed by band pass filters that let pass only a small part of the whole spectrum at a time. Such band pass filters not only make the signal crisp and clear, but also suppress the unwanted noise outside the pass band. Please see the additional information in the section about band pass filters.
In simple low-pass / high-pass devices, which are still offered today, it can happen that such devices operate at low frequencies in-phase (A) and in high areas (because of high phase shift) inverse (Ai). This leads to quite strange bioresonance results. A good TV technician or electronics should be able to check such device behavior quickly. Such devices are also subject to instabilities by nature, especially if a client is hooked to the input and output. Holimed does NOT use this outdated technology of the early days of bioresonance.
Finally, to better understand the dimensions here is a practical comparison with the oscillation range of HiFi audio systems: The music will usually be transmitted from 20Hz to about 22kHz.