Accuracy Of  Measurement

8-5-2015  Dave L

"The Frequency of the cones must be 3 3 3 0 0 0 Hz, not 333 KHz" Bashar.



Like many others I have grown fond of Bashar, and I believe his heart is in the right place for this world at this time.
My Spirit is touched at times from his communications with us, and I do hear truths I have already found for myself in his words.

On the other hand the challenge for us, to see if we can achieve what is "described as possible," in our own technology, and in this pursuit, one must become "exacting as a science" at the same time.
Critical thinking is still necessary, and a respect for what power is. If we open this door, can we control it? Both technically and socially.
Free energy must first "trickle in," that we do not fry ourselves at the first meeting with it. Many people must experiment until the physics and techniques are understood clearly.
Essential, is to share information, and for this movement underway I thank "Hope Girl" from the bottom of my heart for the effort put into open sourcing the information on the QEG.
As the cost of this unit will still be pretty high for some time, and few will be able to play with one, we must continue to seek smaller and better applications of the same principles, and new tools to support them.



I am assuming from Bashars statement above, we need to have accuracy of 1 Hz on our "resonance dip" of the dual cone system, as a generator of current.

Cone Set 2 Data

In this effort I have tested my equipment, to determine the accuracy of each piece, and if this will be possible to achieve, for tuning the dual cone system to couple to the background field of space at 333000 Hz.
When we hit this frequency perfectly, does something happen? Can my test gear accuracy identify this frequency, that we tune into it perfectly?

I obtained manuals of all the units, in an attempt to see where I am.
The following are my findings.


HP 5335A  - Frequency Counter

[A good investment]

10Mhz Calibration

I discovered in the calibration section of the manual for my HP 5335A frequency counter, on the back of the unit is a 10 Mhz reference jack, with a crystal source generating it.

I ran the connector to the front of the unit to discover a 9 digit accuracy, and the counter seems to be very stable, not wavering at all over time, and perfectly calibrated.
This was an amazing find for me, as now I can likely trust this counter to get us on the mark for tunning purposes of EM resonance.
We only need 6 digit accuracy at 333000 Hz and this unit is 3 digits past that [9 digits] at a much higher frequency.
From 10 MHz down to .333000 MHz the accuracy will improve.

Also for QEG work at 4x this frequency, we could expect the same level of accuracy present at [4 x 333000 Hz = 1.33200 MHz]
The HP 5335A passes the testing with flying colors, and was well worth picking it up on E-Bay.


Wavetek model 288



F-Gen_1 Wavetek


From the front panel operation it becomes obvious the unit has 4 digit accuracy, seen on the right.
This function generator is my most stable frequency source, for energizing the cones with a 10 v p-p signal level.
This unit remains rock solid to 6 digits, but cannot be tunned to 333000 Hz perfectly.
As you see on the counter above it is 35 Hz off frequency at 333000 Hz using it's frequency synthesizer circuits.
In the next photo, we see it is 143 Hz off at 1.33200 Mhz and the deviation increases as we move up the band.
At 10 MHz it is about 1 KHz above the target frequency.
There is no way to calibrate it for better accuracy.


F-Gen at 1.332


The sad realization, after reading the tech manuals, this is within it's design specs.
Although they are stable, you cannot rely on any trailing zeros beyond 4 digits to be real with this unit, and it will not produce the correct marker frequencies for tuning of the cones.
For what this unit was designed for, alignment of radios, it is adequate, but for this work in free energy "vibration resonance," it comes up short. Another E-Bay special some years back.
There is a frequency input port on the front, so if we have an accurate TTL clock source, it can still be used to amplify the signal for us.


LEADER Signal Generator 17A


Leader Signal Generator 17A

I decided to try my High Frequency Signal Generator a Leader SG 17A, shown setting on top.
I obtained this one to get my "sensing ability" extended up into the high 150 Mhz range, and it does have the lower frequency scales passing through our work area around 1 MHz.

After a long warm up, stability was still only about 300 Hz. It moves back and forth over the target frequency. The shot snapped at 333065 Hz was not long lived as in the next shot it was up over 333100Hz.
At best 3 digit accuracy for stability. If I just touch the dial it will jump 100 to 200 Hz off frequency.


I continued down all my Analog F-Gen boxes and signal generators to discover they are all much worse and the ones that can tune a 333000 Hz frequency, will not stay there longer then a second or so before drifting off as much a 1 KHz, 2 or 3 digit accuracy at best. Just taping the tuning dial throws them off by 100's of cycles a second.

Wavetek 11 MHz model 21
Phillips PM5132 analog [2MHz unit]


None of which are going to be much use for an accurate tunning of the dual cone system, as an accurate marker frequency source.


Is the 333000 Hz notch frequency special in some way?

Yes!

During my tinkering with the analog function generators and signal generators I came to the conclusion that yes, this frequency does something to me vibrationally, and I can feel it.

I believe it does couple to the background field of space.

This is evident, when I do pass through it with an analog generator and have fingers on the [black wire] of the generator.
Vibration returns from a circuit through the ground path, and that is where you will feel it in the body or pineal area of the head.

I also discovered, that it must be accurate to 6 digits to hit that notch where the vibration field flares up strongly.
I believe I am on the right track now in seeking a more stable source of the two frequencies of note to date.

333000 Hz    Dual Cones
1332000 Hz = 4x     QEG


Obtaining an adequate signal generator source for excitation and tunning of the dual cones

A marker frequency Generator can be sourced from a custom cut quartz crystal.
I have emailed a couple of quartz crystal oscillator factories, to get a cost estimate for a custom TTL level oscillator unit to be constructed for me with a quartz crystal cut to 1.33200 MHz.

The 1.33200 MHz will be then run through a divide by 4 chip to produce both frequencies listed above, on the front panel of one small piece of test gear as a [dual clock source.]
It's TTL outputs can then be run through the Wavetek 288 unit, to produce a 10 vpp output for "resonance tuning calibration" of the dual cones, or the resonance coil for the QEG. Best guess.

I warned them if the crystal couples to the background field it may "self vibrate."


I believe this new piece of test gear may prove to be the best way to approach a build for tapping into the medium of space directly.
It may very well be accurate also to 9 digits and extremely stable.



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8 / 5 / 2015
Dave L