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DC vs AC generated RF plasma light

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Wrighturbo, Apr 4, 2019.

  1. Wrighturbo

    Wrighturbo Gold

    Howdy all,

    [disclaimer: Please forgive any lapses in accuracy or knowledge, but I struggle with the technical terminology on the nn-EMF topic.]

    Newby here... Ok, I know, RF = nnEMF = idiocy, but I found a really cool full spectrum lighting solution with zero flicker, beautiful CRI, 3500 K, and it's a plasma light, so low power draw. The light is generated by a DC generated RF (don't know the frequencies) plasma induction, but my Acousticom AM-10 registered a smooth, unmodulated RF signal at 2.5 V/m; which is obviously too high if it were pulsed EMF. I'm curious if there is a differential biological response between an unmodulated/unpulsed DC generated RF vs modulated/pulsed AC generated RF? Seems like a pretty abstruse subject so I thought I'd see if anyone can share any thoughts, advice, or direct me to any resources on the topic.

    Many Thanks

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