Random Frequency Generator

This section is to explain the advantage of the Random Frequency Generator compared to Square Wave and Sawtooth Waves.

1 KHz square wave

This is a 1 KHz square wave.

 1 KHz square wave spectrum

This is the frequency spectrum of a 1 KHz square wave.  Note the display of only ODD frequencies 1 KHz, 3 KHz, 5 KHz, 7 KHz, etc.  There is a misconception on the Lyme and Rife discussion groups that a square wave generates all frequenies.  As you can see that is not true.

1 KHz sawtooth

This is a 1 KHz Sawtooth waveform.

1 KHz sawtooth spectrum

This is the spectrum of a Sawtooth waveform.  Note that all harmonics are present, 1 KHz, 2 KHz, 3 KHz, 4 KHz, etc.  This is much better than a square wave, but it still does not produce all frequencies.  Notice that there is no output between 1 KHz and 2 Khz.

Random Frequency Generator

This is the output of the Random Frequency Generator.  Note that the signal is random and over time all frequecies are addressed.  

Random Frequency Generator spectrum

This is the frequency spectrum of the Random Frequency Generator.  Notice that ALL frequencies are displayed on the spectrum analyzer.  The signal output level is constant from 20 Hz to over 20 KHz.

Random Frequency Generator spectrum high

This is the output of the Random Frequency Generator showing the frequency response above the intended frequency range.  This random frequency generator still has good output to above 150 KHz.