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cottonbrain
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So far I've read 15 or so pages of the rifing thread but couldn't figure this out. When should I turn gating on?

Is gating only used with sine waves?? With audio only?

I've set the gating at 5 on the GB4000, using RF for lyme, babesia and bart frequencies. After my first 3 days, I havent felt anything. I'm still a rife newbie and have quite successfully confused myself.

Am I doing it right? Should I use gating with the typical RF babs freq.s? (using 76, 570, 1583, etc)

thanks for your help!

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I have not found that the gating option makes a great deal of difference. I do use it about half of the time because it might make it more effective. Hard to tell for certain.

Originally, gating was used to make a spike on a sine wave. This was before you could make a square wave from a frequency generator. I know the designer of the GB-4000 has made the machine so it puts a spike on the square wave

This has largely replaced the need for gating when using the GB-4000 as most people use it.

However, if you are using the sine carrier wave as part of the treatment, as Rife did, gating probably should be used.
The reason being is because the combination of the sine wave and the square wave is needed to produce the result. The sine wave has no spike unless you gate it.

In your treatment gating is likely not needed as you are just using the sine wave as a carrier frequency for penetration. It is not needed for any other reason.

I do not know the ideal gating rate but it shoul not be too high as it is basically chopping up the frequencies. I usually use a gating rate of 500 to 1000 Hz. Usually on the lower end.

Hope this helps.

Dan

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I would also not use gating for the low frequencies you are using. Maybe with much higher frequencies.

If you chop up the working frequency too much, you lose effectiveness. Been there, done that.

Dan

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Dan, thanks for the most helpful info.

I will turn off the gating and see if I start to feel some effects.

I noticed your perceptive threads on the rife yahoo site too -- just wondering, do you have an electronics background or did you gather your knowledge from rifing experience? Either way, thanks for the help!

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Almost everything I have learned is from other people. Some of it from personal experimentation and observation.

I am not electronically inclined, so that makes it harder for me.

It is surprising how much I have learned here alone.
There is no substitute for actual use, and posts from others have helped me a lot when progress has been slow.

As long as people share results, we all can benefit.

Let us know how the treatments go.

Dan

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Dan, What IS gating exactly? If i'm running 39168 Hertz for lyme, what does a gating of 500 Hertz have to do with that? What relation does the 500 have to 39168?

Thanks

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It means that the frequency you are running is being chopped up 500 times per second. This creates spikes in the frequency running, which is why it was originally done with a sine wave.

Too much "chopping" can also make the treatment less effective. Like running 50 Hz as your working frequency, which means it produces a square wave 50 times a second.
Then chopping that low frequency 500 times a second with the gating.

I don't think that is going to work. Your original frequency is going to be garbage with all that interference.

That is about as we'll as I can explain it. An electronics expert would probably do better.

Dan

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