Please follow the steps to create your own program and add it to your custom database.
Step 1 Choose File-Create Program
Step 2 Name your program.
Click in the field and type your Program name.
Give it a good descriptive one so you'll be able to identify it in a search list. Something like "Cancer Throat Sweep XX" is good because it will show in searches for "cancer," "throat," and "sweep."
Step 3 Enter your frequencies.
Now we come to enter the frequencies. You can either type them in, or copy and paste them all at once from another document.
In all cases, each frequency in the set must be separated by a comma- with NO spaces, otherwise Spooky2 will report an error.
You can also enter very powerful commands in this field along with your frequencies.
The Commands List:
xxx-yyy (Frequency Sweep):
This is how you enter a sweep between two frequencies - xxx stands for one frequency, and yyy for the other.
If you want an ascending sweep, enter the lower frequency first, then type a hyphen (the sweep command), followed by the higher frequency. Example: 100-200
For a downward sweep, enter the higher frequency first, then a hyphen, and then the lower one. Example: 200-100
=xxx (Custom Dwell):
For any frequencies, you can specify different dwells from the default you want applied to the rest.
Just type an equal sign (the dwell command) followed by the dwell in seconds. Example: 200=600
Wx (Waveform): After the frequency for which you want to use a different wave, just type W followed by the number of the wave as shown in the list below.
For example: You want frequency 10 to use a square wave.
After the target frequency or command, type G followed by 1 to turn gating on, and G followed by 0 to turn it off. Example:G1,G0
After your target frequency or command, type A followed by the voltage you wish to use.
After your target, for positive offset type upper-case O followed by the value desired as a percentage of Amplitude rather than a voltage.
For negative offset type lowercase o.
If need 0% offset, it is O00.
If need -20% offset, it is o20.
Px (Phase Angle):
After your target, type P followed by the value you require.
Lx (Light Wavelength):
Spooky2 allows you to enter light wavelengths directly.
Type L followed by your wavelength in nanometers (nm). Spooky2 will automatically convert this to the highest subharmonic frequency your generator is set up to transmit. CL can be used as a Constant for Out 2 (see below).
Dictates the value you want for Out 2's frequency Factor.
This is the value for Out 2's frequency Constant.
Mx (MW Factor): insert M before a molecular weight/molar mass to convert to frequency.
Bx (Base Pairs Factor): insert B before a base pairs entry to convert to frequency.
You have six frequencies - 100, 200, 300, 400, 450, and 600.
You want 100 and 200 to transmit for your default dwell of three minutes, and 300 to transmit for 10 minutes, all using a square wave with Amplitude of 9 volts and an Offset of 0.
The frequencies are: 100 W2 A09 O00,200,300=600,
You then want 400 to sweep up to 450 over a period of 30 minutes using a sine wave.
The frequencies are: 400-450=1800 W1,
Finally, you want 600 to use a square wave again for your default dwell. You also want an Amplitude of 5 volts and a positive Offset of 2.5 volts (which is 50% of the Amplitude).
The frequencies are: 600 W2 A05 O50,
Step 4 Dwell.
This is the amount of time in seconds you wish to transmit each frequency in your set for. If you're unsure of what this should be, 180 seconds is a good default.
Note that you can specify individual frequency deviations from this default by entering a simple command.
Step 5 Program Descriptions.
You can add notes which will be included in searches, and will appear in the Program Description pane.
If you make a textual mistake when entering a set, don’t worry – you can edit it later by selecting the Edit Custom Database command in the Database Menu. You can also choose to manually open your custom file in Notepad and edit it there. Then you can save your program.
You will see your new program after Spooky2 database reloading.