Resonant Frequency Detection

for the detection of frequencies that cause biological effects


The objective of this research is to detect the frequencies that are most likely to cause biological effects.

It is known that humans are individually resonant at certain frequency ranges. HAM radio operators are warned about transmitting signals in these resonant frequency ranges:

"...the adult head, for example, is resonant around 400 MHz, while a baby's smaller head resonates near 700 MHz." (The ARRL Handbook, chapter 36, (1992)

So we receive the most electromagnetic energy the same way antennas do, at these resonant frequency ranges that then would cause the greatest biological effects.

Interestingly, we can detect these because the resonance effects results in us also reradiating the most energy at these same ranges.

Thus, in detecting this reradiated energy we can determine the frequencies that would affect us the most biologically.

The code system for detecting these frequencies using Software Defined Radio devices (SDRs) can be found from here: