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  1. Thanks Oliver! let me know if you find something interesting about this water test...
  2. I tried also to disable filters by manually removing the last capacitor before the amplifier and by connecting the antenna directly to the amplifier by soldering a cable. not a visible improvement. Now I am wondering if I can add another amplifier or if I can put an higher gain somehow to the amplifier...
  3. Hello, I received the IBQ 102 I tried to measure water in a Faraday cage but no result... probably it is because the sensitivity below 10Mhz is <5 mV while the Aceco FC1003 used in the video is < 0.7 mV.... So I'm still in search of an alternative. I've fount optoelectronics devices, but they are <15 mV below 10Mhz. I've wrote at but still no answer... I hope they're still in business. their site seems not updated by some years so.... the alternative would be to buy a desktop frequency counter and do an amplify circuit for it... Of course a cheap spectrum analyzer would be great!
  4. Thanks I have ordered a similar one called IBQ 102. it does have the filter for noise, so I can switch it off and read the noise. other parameters are similar to the Aceco type of the video. So probably I am in the good track, bought it for about 40$ with shipment. Also I fount that the French device, the bioscope, does work about this way: it does make a scan of frequency and when he find the resonant one it does put out it with its value. I think it is just a sensor with a pulsating electro magnet and a gauss meter, when the frequency is the same of the object to be measured there is an increase in gauss, I think. This is all I was able to understand from the book bioenergy of Stephane Cardinaux, where I discovered the bioscope. I spoke of it as a spectrum analyzer but only now I have read again that book and I realized the device is different from an analyzer. There is a facebook page with a lot of pics about frequencies and graphs, that let me think it was a simple analyzer. Maybe in the end not too much difficult to replicate, except I don't have the expertise to engineer it at the moment, I study electronics but I feel there is too much work for me to replicate it at the moment. of course any hints is welcome about this as well many thanks !
  5. Hi everybody, I need help for a research about water, in short, I would like to ask, to people that have a sensitive radio frequency counter in the range of about 1 mhz to 300 mhz, if they can replicate this experiment. it is about measuring the small radio field of water. Sounds strange but everything does put a bit of radio frequency and with the correct amplifier it can be read its frequency. especially water, plants, animals and people too. ofc it does variate with time it is not stable. I have spent days trying to find this exact meter on ebay and fount only 2 in UK but they do not ship outside UK so I am looking for alternatives So if someone has some of these bug finder / frequency counter, and if you have a place, maybe a basement with almost no RF signal, take a glass of water and try to measure it! then if positive result, please share your frequency meter brand... maybe I can find a new one somewhere in production... The other alternative could be a spectrum analyzer with an amplifier, filters etc, or a French device called bioscope. both are over 1000 $ so not affordable for me. Many many thanks to who ever will try this test! and thanks for reading!