Amplification/ attenuation (handbook)

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THERA either amplifies or attenuates the intensity of the original frequency signals being picked up from the body in the following ways. Note, this parameter is what defines the strength of the therapy signal. Think of the volume adjustment on a radio.

  • Fixed (constant) amplification/ attenuation with setting range starting at 0.025 to 0.95-fold (attenuation) and from 1.00 to 64.0-fold (amplification). I.E., any amplification setting below 1.00 IS attenuation so this with, for instance, an “A” mode therapy program and using/ taking the input information from the body could also be used to calm down an over-energy/ inflammatory condition.
  • Stepwise increasing (incr. steps): a fixed amplification is automatically doubled in set stages (stepping up) with the application time for each stage being adjustable from 1 to 999 seconds until the set maximum amplification is reached. (Note: this is primarily used for some allergies/ sensitivities and toxin elimination or neutralization applications as well as some base programs.)
    Please also note that the programs that use this amplification variation technique as well as its partner, “stepwise decreasing” (see next item below), do not allow their total application runtime to be adjusted as is done with programs that use all other types of amplitude variation. Instead, the total application runtime is dependent on the amount of time per each amplification step AND the maximum amplification setting which dictates the number of amplification steps. The amount of time which is spent at each amplification step and the maximum amplification setting are both changeable (in the Proficient and Premium software versions) via the “Change = 5” button on the fourth program informational window for single programs and on the program sequence START window for program sequences.

    When the therapy mode H+Di is used with this amplification option, both the H and Di components are increased in stages parallel to one another. (the diagram for this is not available however there is a similar one shown below for “stepwise decreasing”.)
  • Stepwise decreasing (decr. steps): same as stepwise increasing except amplification stages are halved with each succeeding stage:
  • Increasing amplification sweep (SW increase): amplification is continuously raised (ramped) up (versus in steps) to the maximum amplification setting and then automatically starts again at the lowest amplification and continually repeats (like the teeth on a saw blade):
    If therapy mode H+Di is being used with this amplification option, the amplification sweep for the H component will counter that of the Di, i.e. it will decrease in amplitude as Di increases. This is sometimes called “reciprocal increasing amplification sweep”:
  • Decreasing amplification sweep (SW decrease): this is the reverse of increasing amplification sweep where the amplification starts at the maximum amplification setting and continuously drops (ramps) down to the minimum and starts again at the maximum and repeats itself:
    If therapy mode H+Di is used with this amplification option, the amplification sweep for the H component will increase in amplitude as Di decreases. This is sometimes called “reciprocal decreasing amplification sweep”:
  • Increasing and then decreasing amplification sweep (Symmetrical SW): amplification is continuously raised (ramped) up to the maximum set amplification and then continuously dropped (ramped) down from the maximum level to the minimum level and this cycle is then repeated continuously:

    If therapy mode H+Di is used with this amplification option, the amplification sweep for the H component will counter that of the Di throughout the cycle:

  • For programs using therapy mode Ai+A, there is 20 seconds of increasing amplification sweep in the Ai application mode followed by 5 seconds of increasing amplification sweep in the A application mode.