The smallest, simplest possible Rife machine
JWLABS invented Model A originally in 1987, as the smallest, simplest possible Rife machine. We boiled down all the functions to their maximum compression.
Like most first designs, the A-3 lacked power, and tended to destroy the input device. Nevertheless, only two inches long, the Model A-3 sold like hotcakes. There had never been anything like it in electronics history.
The present Model A has gone through 31 embodiments, and dozens of prototypes, to actually make it to the point where it can be sold for experimentation after 18 years of development. There were 53 embodiments of Model B after the B-27 came out. Only the B-38 and the B-44 had any promise.
Rife Market evolution
Consider that in 1991, we produced the first Model A3. It was a third the size of the present Model A and had about one fifth the power. It sold for $300. It was a great innovation in Rife technology, but there was no market for it. Of the few people who knew anything about Rife technology in the early ’90’s, nobody thought that a device that small, and that inexpensive, could ever be worthwhile. Ten years later, however, Hulda Clark sold thousands of little zappers, not even 5 percent as effective as our old Model A3.
Markets change. People learn. Costs for some things go up, and for others costs go down. The Clark-Zapper failed utterly, but it helped condition the public for the new Model A, which gains market share almost daily.