By Jay

For background, I have been targeted with DEW for the last four years. My body has steadily worn down until I began using electromagnetic shielding, mainly lead rubber products, six months ago. I aim to find the frequency of DEW so the TI community can better understand, in scientific terms, what we are dealing with. I hope this study encourages others to collect solid scientific evidence of this crime, further research this area, and use the frequency findings to better measure and shield against DEW.

I will provide here a TL;DR of this article (which you may also consider a spoiler so skip ahead if you don’t want to see the net takeaways):

  • An industrial Radio Frequency (RF) meter reveals that the majority of DEW frequency is between 6 GHZ and 50 GHZ. This is hidden to most ordinary people because EMF meters available to the public typically max out at 6 GHZ so they lack visibility into the bulk of DEW frequency readings.
  • Using an industrial RF meter, TI’s can see that the cumulative Microwave frequency they are exposed to through DEW is scientifically abnormal and deviates massively from ordinary levels; in my tests I routinely saw RF peaks of 100–200 mW/m2. This represents orders of magnitude beyond what radiation experts consider ‘normal’ in the home and upto 50x higher than allowable FCC limits. A non-industrial RF meter would have missed ~90% of this value. With industrial meters, definitive scientific proof of EMF abnormalities caused by DEW is more achievable.
  • Based on my Faraday Tent test with the industrial RF meter, there is reason to believe a portion of the DEW frequency may be north of 25 GHz (25 to 50 GHz).

In this article I will cover:

  • Finding Frequencies: the device I used for measuring DEW
  • What is the Dew Frequency?: my test readings
  • What is Normal?: what are normal RF readings in a home (and how do they compare to the RF readings I found as a TI suffering from DEW)
  • Faraday Tent Test: I dig deeper into the range of DEW frequency by testing the meters inside and outside a Faraday tent

Finding Frequencies

Let me go back to beginning of my pursuit of the DEW frequency. In December 2017, I was hit with a strong microwave auditory attack (similar to the one against US diplomats in Cuba). In response, I purchased a Trified EMF Meterwhich measures Radiofrequency (RF) between 20 MHz — 6 GHz. Microwave-frequency induced noise is caused by the Frey effect; which occurs between 200 MHz to 3 GHz — so the Trifield meter would work well for this — it encompasses that range. The Trifield let me see with my own eyes that when I was hit with this microwave noise, the EMF RF readings jumpedbecause it was capturing the frequency range of this particular EMF attack. My peak RF readings would increase 10–100x when I would hear the microwave induced noise!

While I was able to measure accurately the frequency of the microwave auditory attack, I also wanted to pin down the frequency range of the Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) used against TI’s. DEW wears away at the body. It can be “overt” with a zapping pain or it can be “subtle“ where microwave exposure damages muscle tissue, causing mitochondrial damage, etc. but the subject doesn’t feel pain; he or she does feel the body wear down over time though, however.

Unlike the Microwave Auditory Effect (Frey Effect), there is very little public research or information about DEW frequency range. So I sought to find out myself. As mentioned I’ve been hit with DEW for four years; it’s very clear my body pain and fatigue is caused by external microwave frequency because when I use lead shielding, my body recovers. When I don’t have the shielding, my body deteriorates.

So how could I begin to generate data points that would lead me to DEW frequency? One of the challenges a TI faces in confronting this question is that most RF meters sold to the public ONLY measure upto 6 GHz. The reason is that most common problematic RF frequencies are caused by appliances, wifi, and cellular phones — and these typically max out at 5 GHz. For example, WiFi typically functions at 2.4 and 5 GHz. Cellular 3G is between 800 MHz and 1.9 GHz. Cellular 4G ranges from 700 MHz to 2.9 GHz. These publicly available RF meters are meant for common use- and the most common sources of RF frequency, as you can see, are under 6 GHz. These products are not made for TIs and to measure DEW.

There are industrial RF meters that you can buy with probes that measure frequency beyond 6 GHz. The problem is they are pricey. The Narda NBM 550 can measure upto 60 GHz (from 100 kHz). The only thing? A new device along with the probes you will need can set you back $20,000 to $30,000 — out of the range of most TI’s. Here is a pre-owned device on EBay that costs $9,500.

To solve this impasse, I decided to rent the device from one of the many companies that rent industrial equipment. The total cost to me was ~$850 to rent the device and probes for one month. The device is the Narda NBM 550 and the probe I rented was NARD-EF5091 (300MHz-50GHz E Field (Flat) Probe for NBM Series, 8–614V/m).