Various Kind Of Oscillator and Its Applications

By: Smruti Ranjan Sarangi

Oscillators are devices that are used to generate repetitive signals. They produce output signals without an input signal. There are two major types of electronic oscillators: harmonic oscillators and relaxation oscillators. Harmonic oscillators produce sine wave outputs. Relaxation oscillators produce non-sine wave outputs such as square wave, rectangular wave, and sawtooth outputs. Learn more about Oscillators

Oscillation is the periodic variation, typically in time, of some measure as seen, for example, in a swinging pendulum. The term vibration is sometimes used more narrowly to mean a mechanical oscillation but sometimes is used to be synonymous with oscillation. Oscillations occur not only in physical systems but also in biological systems and in human society. Oscillations are the origin of the sensation of musical tone.

Oscillators, specifically electronic, are commonly found in everyday circuits, ranging from antique radios to TV transmitters. The basic job of an electronic oscillator is to generate an oscillating output. Various outputs can be sine, square, sawtooth, triangle, or complex waveforms.

What is an oscillator?

An oscillator is a circuit that generates an RF output signal through feedback and amplification. The oscillator contains a path whereby part of the output signal is fed back to the input. A circuit containing an active device with feedback elements must have the feedback signal larger than, and in-phase with, the input signal for the oscillator to sustain oscillation. The most common types of waveforms produced by an oscillator are sinusoidal and square.

Types of Oscillator

-The LC Oscillator -Armstrong Oscillator -Hartley Oscillator -Colpitts Oscillator -Crystal Oscillator -Electron-Coupled Oscillator (ECO)

Multi Wave Oscillator

The original Multi-Wave Oscillator was designed and built by French engineer, Georges Lakhovsky from the 1920's to the 1940's. Lakhovsky viewed the nucleus of the cell with its "filament strands" as being similar to an electronic oscillating circuit, capable of sending and receiving vibratory information. Lakhovsky believed that every cell in the body has its own rate of internal vibration. He viewed disease or illness as a battle of vibrations between the cells of the body versus viruses and bacteria. If the pathogenic organisms won this vibrational contest, the cells would become energetically weakened and more susceptible to disease. According to Lakhovsky, the way to counter this vibrational attack was to introduce a broad spectrum of RF (radio frequency) harmonic energies into the system and then, through the principle of sympathetic resonance, each cell would pick out exactly the proper frequency needed to reinforce its own internal vibration and the healthy cell would be more resistant to vibrational attack from virus and bacteria. His method of achieving this was by means of his invention that is known today as the Multi-Wave Oscillator.

The Multi-Wave Oscillator offered here is as true and accurate to Lakhovsky's original patents as is possible today. The Multi-Wave Oscillator is an experimental, historical research instrument and no medical claims can be legally made. The Multi-Wave Oscillator Unit includes the printed circuit board "Golden Ratio" antennas. There are also stands that hold the antennas. It is not a medical instrument and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or mitigate any illness or disease. That part is for the lawyers which would rather see you dead than lose control of their income stream.

Applications of the MWO

The healing action of the MWO is very broad due to the fact that it is holistically at work. The healing process happens in all parts of the body. Multi-Wave-Oscillators are used in many countries worldwide by therapist and individuals and it is successfully applied to:

Electro stress afflictions:

Pain in the neck, shoulders, lower back, tennis elbows and so called pinched nerves and infected tendons, and slipped disk (Hernia).

Additional applications by:

Rheumatism, arthritis, rheumatic arthritis, infections, headaches, migraines, heart rhythm disorders and chronic fatigue syndrome and many more other afflictions.

Cancer and tumors

Some results indicate that the Multi-Wave-Oscillators can be applied also with the treatment of cancer and tumors, but further research will indicate into how effective it is.

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