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Frequency Research Lab Setup – SG1, DMI, SG8 Amp, Harmony Evolution Chip

Researchers, test your systems!

The standard Frequency Research Lab setup for delivery of remote frequencies is based on two decades of frequency research with leading inventors in the field. It is easily affordable for computer users and includes:

1. Computer – PC or Mac
2. F165 frequency generator
3. SG1 transmitter
4. DMI board for digital photos
5. Harmony Evolution Chip to create more effective frequencies

The photo above shows a DMI board properly placed on an SG1 transmitter. Our lab systems have SG8 amplifiers so that we can run up to 8 SG1s with one F165 frequency generator.

The PDF in the link below shows exactly how to place a DMI on top of an SG1. Geometry is critical. Our labs use velcro tape to attach the DMI to the SG1 so that it can easily be adjusted to the optimal angle. The wrong angle or positioning will result in reduced or no effective frequency transmission!

For maximum power output the SG1 input port must be pointed towards magnetic north.

The PDF also shows how to insert a Harmony Evolution Chip under the DMI for maximum response. Some trolls on the internet have complained that the Harmony Chip is useless. I make no claims for the Harmony Chip except to state that my testing shows my lab setup is about 10 times as effective as a lab without the chip.

Do your own testing!

If you have an SG8 amp, you can power up to 8 SG1s from a single frequency generator. In this case, you need only one Harmony Chip placed on the SG8 to affect up to 8 SG1 transmissions.

If you need assistance with equipment or setup up contact info@frequencyfoundation.com and we will connect you with Longevity Research, LLC. They sell all our equipment. Frequency Research Foundation does not sell any equipment, only frequency data for use with recommended equipment. This allows us to be impartial about what equipment to use. We are only interested in what works the best given currently available hardware.

Click here for PDF on how to setup your lab properly…

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