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sdc100 wrote: In fact, there are two buttons to change the "speed of the pulse." That is the definition of frequency in a digital device.
This is not actually true. "speed of pulse" in a digital system is more correctly referred to as the pulse repetition frequency, these pulses are themselves carrier on/ off, also called duty cycle. In this case the carrier or tone frequency is 60hz, and the duty cycle is adjusted by the buttons you mention.
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sjriney wrote:If you too stupid to be able to put a device in your pocket without hitting the numbers, then you probably shouldnt be treating your own pain anyways.
Actually i own this item and i think it would be very hard to put this "device in your pocket without hitting the numbers". The analog dials are on both sides of this device and if i move at all i change the settings. Not sure how you or anyone could do it.
And i am not "stupid"
I hate polyester sheets!
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Tiahaar wrote:"■In addition to your back and neck, it can be used on your shoulders, legs, arms, and feet"
you know very well where this thing will be used... :D
I was wondering if only 1 pad thingy could be used! ;)
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cliffpeterson wrote:This device is FDA registered. It is not FDA approved. Registered simply means they've sent in an application to be put in the registration database.
I became a "Pulitzer Prize Candidate" by sending the Pulitzer committee an application. I didn't win, though....
Where can I get a Pulitzer Prize application? I'm going to do the same thing. Maybe a Nobel prize also. ;]
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