Along the way to developing our first Model B, JWLABS boiled down all the necessary functions to their maximum compression, ultimately building the smallest simplest Rife machine. It was called Model A.
Unfortunately, the initial A-3 lacked power and tended to destroy the input device. Nevertheless, there had never been anything like it in electronics history.
Model A went through over 31 iterations and dozens of prototypes over the course of 18 years. There were subsequently 53 embodiments of Model A, only a few of which showed real promise. In 2004 we launched the first Model A for public consumption.
Manufacturing technology had progressed to the point where we could finally deliver on our original concept. In effect, it took nearly two decades for us to bring it to the place where we were assured we could deliver output via a solid state device, preserving the integrity of the original analog signal.
Providing expertly hand-tuned frequency sessions, which employ all frequencies in the therapeutic audio range, the 2004 Model A acquired the frequencies from audiotapes. Analog to analog.
Later, we were confident that our extraordinary technology under the hood was equipped to sample the signal “faster than real time”, providing a signal that was still true to analog yet far superior to merely digitally generating the frequencies from a chip.
Our membership site (www.rifetherapy.com) is now popular among our Model A3 users. Our extensive library of masterful hand-tuned sessions is a tremendous resource for those wishing to experiment with Rife technology.
Our 2019 Model A3.3 features upgrades including a rechargeable battery and a polarity switch.