Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time.
It is a physical measurement that is important for describing periodic processes, such as vibrations. The number of vibrations of a frequency is expressed in Hertz.
Frequency in geobiology and in practice
Frequencies and vibrations are inextricably linked and accompany us through our whole lives. However, we talk more about Hertz in real life. “What frequency does your WLAN operate on? 2.4 GHz (gigahertz).” Generally, electromagnetic topics are divided into two types of frequency: low- and high-frequency. Current is low-frequency, radio waves are high-frequency.
Frequency or Hertz is a topic in geobiology when it comes to technical shielding from electrosmog. The higher the frequency of the electromagnetic vibration, the harder it becomes to protect from. However, this is connected to the power of the vibration, which, in the case of radio waves, is expressed in watts.
We use Vitallkick mains disconnectors, GPA shielding mesh, and T98 shielding paint to protect from low-frequency (current). We use NOVA shielding fabric, GPA shielding mesh, and T98 shielding paint to protect from high-frequency (mobile radio, W-LAN, DECT, HSDPA, LTE…).
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