Q: Is the GB-4000 the same as the Ultimate B3?
A: The GB-4000 is the latest model of this frequency generator. It's
predecessor, the Ultimate B3 was discontinued after the new model was released.
There was an even earlier model which preceded the Ultimate B3 which was called
Q: What is the output of the GB-4000 Frequency
A: RF Mode: 5.4 Watts, 85 Volts Under Load (current in milliamps); Audio
Mode: 30 - 35 Volts 1/5th of a Watt. The output of the SR-4 Amplifier is
approximately 30 watts in RF mode.
Q: Can Hulda Clark zappers be used as a
A: No they can't. Hulda Clark Zappers run at 30 kHz and Beck's devices
run at 4Hz. The Zapper output current is only 1.2mA
whereas the Beck blood electrifier is 12mA. Also, the Zapper uses
pulsed DC positive offset output while the Beck devices are Bi-Phasic
Q: What is the difference between the
output of a contact or "pad" type instrument and the output of the
A: Contact or "pad" type instruments deliver frequencies through direct
contact, while Ray Tube Instruments transmit frequencies indirectly
through the air.
Q: I've read a lot on the internet about
various manufacturers claiming that an "Analog" instrument is
superior to what they call "digital" instruments. Is this true?
A: This is a common ploy by some unethical manufacturers to fool
potential buyers into purchasing their instruments based on
erroneous information. The reason for this is typically they do not
have the research and development funds necessary to design,
develop, and manufacture solid-state electronic (IC) circuit
technology. They also say things like
"There are thousands of frequencies between each positioned
frequency on a digital machine that are missed when going from one
frequency to the other. This means that when you set the dial to a
specific frequency like 600 then move up the scale between 600
(600.0000) and 901 (900.9999) there are thousands of combinations of
frequencies (resonant and harmonic) surrounding the target
frequencies that are covered when using an analog machine and are
missed with a digital machine". This kind of dis-information is complete nonsense given the fact that the latest
generation of solid-state machines such as the GB-4000 have both
"Sweep" and "Channel Sweep" functions which are capable of reaching
an infinite amount of frequency and harmonic combinations between
the primary chosen frequencies. The output frequencies of the
GB-4000 are an ANALOG signal which has been converted from a DIGITAL
signal using a DAC or Digital-to-Analog Converter. This method is
far superior and exponentially more powerful and accurate the older
manual tuning methods. Try tuning 18,700,000.25 Hz with a so-called
"analog" instrument. Notice that your television, appliances, stereo
system, car radio, cell phone, computer, watches, and calculators
all use digital tuning. The reason for
this is obvious. The digital circuitry is more accurate, reliable,
and technologically superior than its antiquated counterpart
(remember the clunky old manual TV tuning knobs that wouldn't work
after a short time?). For a
more in-depth explanation of this issue, click
Q: Can I use my computer soundcard and
frequency generator software as a Rife Machine?
A: Yes, you can, but there would be no RF carrier, no frequencies past
20,000 Hz and certainly insufficient current and power to have any
Q: Is the government, scientific, or
medical community doing any testing with this technology?
A: Here are some links to news stories that show progress is being made
in this field.
Q: Do you have any testimonials?
A: We do not publish testimonials due to recent F.T.C. regulation
Q: What information is available in the
"Members Only" area?
A: Throughout the years we have collected numerous papers, e-books,
files, and other interesting research materials, much of which is no
longer publicly available. Access to this area is provided upon
request with the purchase on any instrument.