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Plasma Tube Types & Considerations

Plasma Tubes come is a wide range of shapes, sizes, and types and is of course probably the single most important component into any serious radiant or even some contact or hybrid type Rife systems. Rife used the phanatron type tube … more expressly he used what he had readily available. Because of his associates’ hospital connections, they reportedly had an unlimited supply of used X-Ray tubes, which they re-gassed in their own lab experimenting with a wide variety of Nobel gases. We today use many of those same gases and some they probably didn’t have easy access to.

It is my personal opinion that if Rife were around today, he would appreciate and gladly welcome many of the tubes and technologies we have at our disposal today.
We are especially fortunate to have a great group of “tube people” who willingly work closely with the Rife “developers” themselves utilizing the direct feedback and needs to provide the absolute best plasma tubes available to the Rife experimenter and researcher. These guys are far more than artists, but are truly pioneers in every sense of the word. A lot of the tube technology is typically not obvious to the purchaser. A user … if they buy a good tube, thought out well for their needs, typically does NOT need to buy another. I’ve personally bought, had made, or acquired each and every one of the tubes shown in this narrative, and each has its own attributes just as the end users have their own unique needs and expectations.

As lightly mentioned in the Basic Rife Types area, the tubes fall into 2 basic categories. Tubes designed for RF excitation (low voltage / high current) and those designed specifically for High Voltage excitation (high voltage / low current)

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