Improving Biofeedback Scan Results 2

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During a biofeedback scan, GeneratorX records how the electrical signal behaves. A brief change in the electrical pattern shows that a hit was detected.

There are two different ways that GeneratorX measures the change.

1. Current flow. This is like water running in a river. Normally this is constant. But if the level of the water rises, the flow increases. GeneratorX measures this flow rate.

2. Phase angle. If you are walking with your child, normally they are at your side. But if you start walking over rough terrain, the child will fall behind. Phase angle is like the distance between yourself and your child. The terrain is everything between the TENS pads. GeneratorX measures when the terrain is rough or smooth.

Some biofeedback systems can measure one or the other, but not many do both. And none can reach the dizzying speeds of GeneratorX.

At very high speeds, strange things happen. The water running down the river can start bouncing back, causing strange ripples in the flow rate. And the child can fall much further behind.

There are things you can do to improve the accuracy of your scan results. Reducing “electrical noise” is one. Electrical noise is any signal which is not wanted. Our bodies absorb this noise, and it travels down the wires back to GeneratorX. Even the electrical wires pick up noise. This can interfere with the tiny signals being monitored.

This is what electrical noise looks like. The photo shows the signal directly coming from a person with a pair of TENS pads connected. The big waves are the power lines running through your home. The fuzzy lines are the very high frequencies coming from WIFI, cellphones, TV, radio and much more.

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This next photo shows the values of the frequencies in this noise. Higher frequencies are shown on the right. The graph shows frequencies up to 100 MHz. You can see that noise is at all frequencies, with spikes where the signal is stronger.

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We are living in an unclean environment, with electrical signals surrounding us. Somehow GeneratorX has to ignore these unwanted signals and focus on the important ones. GeneratorX has filters to remove much of the noise, but there are things you can do to help.

The TENS cable is long, allowing the TENS pads to be placed far apart, but long cables pick up more electrical noise. Twisting the wires together and placing the TENS pads closer reduces the noise going back to GeneratorX.

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The Threshold feature in Spooky2 lessens the effects of electrical noise. Only hits greater than the threshold are reported. The small noise signals are ignored. If a biofeedback scan is being performed where there are a lot of electrical signals, a higher threshold can be set.

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Authored by: John White
Source: https://www.spooky2.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=115&t=9090

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2 Comments

  1. I am new to rifing and Spooky2 having just received my GX system last week so I’ve been on a crash course. To make the need more urgent I came down with an ugly cold/flu the day after receiving my system. So, in addition to getting started with the recommended detox I have been doing Sample Digitzer biofeedback scans of some mucous from my bronchials to create some programs to knock this cold out. I think it is helping but I want to do all I can to get the best biofeedback scan results. I have a few questions in this regard:
    How does one determine what threshold value to use?
    Is the value in parentheses following each hit frequency helpful in setting the threshold? (Actually, I don’t even know what that value means and its implications. The label reads “Value is Current change / RA * 100.” I’m assuming “Current” refers to electrical current but what is “RA.”? I’m seeing values of “Value” for the first hit frequency ranging from 1.4 down to 0.14 on different scans. Does a higher value mean the hit frequency is more significant and, if so, in what way? )
    Also, is there detailed documentation available on the Spooky2 software, particularly the user interface elements?
    Thanks!
    Having a research biologist/software engineering background this is all fascinating to me–just need to get further along on the learning curve!
    Thanks for making such great hardware and software available at an affordable price!

    Leonard Sisson
    1. Dear Leonard Sisson, the higher values means the hit frequency is more significant. You can know how is threshold calculated here: https://www.spooky2support.com/hc/en-us/articles/360006103214 And you can download Spooky2 full user guide from here: https://www.spooky2.com/downloadspage/

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