Some appliances or devices has some odd esmog for no good reason. One modem can be ok and another can be horrible even if they have the same specifications. In what Hz area are this odd esmog usually and is it magnetic, electic or RF fields causing us problems?
It probably depends on the person, and what they are bothered by.
But you're right, two different pieces of electronics that have about the same functionality can provoke very different reactions in a sensitive person. I've seen that with laptop computers, ethernet modems, computer monitors, cellphones, etc.
Someone with a real good spectrum analyzer meter should have checked this out, where the problematic area is for different productcategories. Often the cheap emf meters can't detect the problematic esmog.
In what Hz area are this odd esmog usually and is it magnetic, electic or RF fields causing us problems?
Cell phone chargers and similar devices usually have a small transformer that runs at 70 KHz or so. The dirty power they inject back into the circuits in your house is usually at a different frequency, I think.
The special transformers that power the backlights in LCDs (and are called boost converters) often run at around 1 MHz. A USB port on a computer might be fed by something similar.
Use linear power supplies as much as poss. You can always wrap ali foil around pulsed stuff and modems and filter with ferrite chokes. Its not perfect but much much better than doing nothing. Totally clean transformers are very cheap but you do have to buy them. See my other chats.
Good question since most devices don't read/display frequencies, only intensities. PEMF devices for healing range from 10-30hz, so I suppose once the frequency is higher than 30hz, it starts to become detrimental?
No, thatn is a wrong assumption.
In Bioresonance therapies quite different frequencies are used.
But those are *clean* straight frequencies.
However in elektrosmog, the frequencies are not clean.
Here we see a generated clean signal of 100Hz.
And here a recorded DECT 100Hz pulsrate.
Many high frequency signals do contain a lot of dirty frequencies, mostly in the lower ranges.
With a 30kHz detector I could find an UMTS as well as an airport radar signal, because oftheir lower frequency *dirt*.
Do you mean what bits of electronics are emitting the RFs? It will be the motor and any switching as I said in response to your original inquiry.
These will send out lots of "air volts" with frequency analogous to voltage. Hz frequency range does not mean much but the watts they turn into when they short in your brain or body do. You are not designed to be electrocuted alive. Distance is your only protection. Using EMI filters will help cutting this dirty electricity out of your and your neighbors wiring.
Unlike signal waves which have 2 parts carrier and signal ( message in a message) DIRTY LECKY is all just a mess around a bunch of voltages. This shorts in you at a voltage that disrupts in a more uniform constant way. Hence having a disruption pattern more continuously consistent.
From what I gather, it all depends on the frequency and the intensity of that frequency. Whether it's a confluence of several frequencies (dirty electricity?) or just one bad frequency (like 2.4GHz), it's still harmful to the human body at a high enough intensity.
As for a washing machine, doesn't that operate at 60Hz? I believe it emits all around it.
The carrier wave is around 2.4 but inside that is the signal waves that carries the info. This can be in different forms. This means you have a very complex shape wave that earths in a non simple way when it gets to your biology. Not to mention all the reflecting it does inside you as it bounces of your calcium. It just makes a mess of charges that heats all it bags into up fairly randomly. That not good for your delicate bio-electrical functioning. Coincidental charges are just ignored. They are too inconvenient. RMS is much better as it can be used to ignore the risking bits of fact and sounds less scary. How convenient.