In Search of the Holy Grail: the Elusive DEW Frequency

  • Using an industrial RF meter, TI’s can see that the cumulative Microwave frequency they are exposed to through DEW is scientifically abnormal and deviates massively from ordinary levels; in my tests I routinely saw RF peaks of 100–200 mW/m2. This represents orders of magnitude beyond what radiation experts consider ‘normal’ in the home and upto 50x higher than allowable FCC limits. A non-industrial RF meter would have missed ~90% of this value. With industrial meters, definitive scientific proof of EMF abnormalities caused by DEW is more achievable.
  • Based on my Faraday Tent test with the industrial RF meter, there is reason to believe a portion of the DEW frequency may be north of 30 GHz (40 to 50 GHz). Because of this, I strongly believe that DEW is a kind of millimeter wave, a range of frequency from 30 GHz to 300 GHz. (this is also referred to as EHF/extremely-high-frequency and is the high-end of the Rf/Mw frequency range).
  • What is the Dew Frequency?: my test readings
  • What is Normal?: what are normal RF readings in a home (and how do they compare to the RF readings I found as a TI suffering from DEW)
  • Faraday Tent Test: I dig deeper into the range of DEW frequency by testing the meters inside and outside a Faraday tent

Finding Frequencies

Let me go back to beginning of my pursuit of the DEW frequency. In December 2017, I was hit with a strong microwave auditory attack (similar to the one against US diplomats in Cuba). In response, I purchased a Trified EMF Meter which measures Radiofrequency (RF) between 20 MHz — 6 GHz. Microwave-frequency induced noise is caused by the Frey effect; which occurs between 200 MHz to 3 GHz — so the Trifield meter would work well for this — it encompasses that range. The Trifield let me see with my own eyes that when I was hit with this microwave noise, the EMF RF readings jumped because it was capturing the frequency range of this particular EMF attack. My peak RF readings would increase 10–100x when I would hear the microwave induced noise!

Using an Industrial RF Meter and Initial Findings on What Exactly the DEW Frequency Is

Quick Primer on Frequency Readings: Before I get to the measurements, there are two dimensions to the frequency readings that I want to make clear and distinguish. First is the frequency or frequency range. A frequency range can be: 1 GHz to 6 GHz, for example. The second is the reading — which tells us the volume of frequency we are being exposed to (“how much”). The reading for RF is often measured in mW/m2. This refers to milliwatts by square meter. For the reader’s purpose, just think of the reading as lower is less and higher is more (more frequency exposure). So the Trifield meter’s frequency range is 20 MHz to 6 GHz. And when I use that meter, I will see a reading on its display, saying for example 1.5 mW/m2. What the Trifield is doing is looking at the volume of frequency everywhere between 20 MHz and 6 GHz, adds them up, and comes to a cumulative reading value (in this case 1.5 mW/m2). There is 1.5 mW/m2 of frequency exposure in the 20 MHz-6 GHz range. Hope that makes sense and makes understanding my writeup easier.

First Finding: DEW Frequency is likely between 18 and 50 GHz

Step 1: How much Frequency is 0–6 GHz versus 0–50 GHz

Second Key Finding: Industrial EMF meters reveal that TI’s are subject to Much Higher Microwave Exposure than One Might Think if using an ordinary EMF meter

During the DEW attacks, I routinely see peak RF readings of 100–200 mW/m2 with the Narda NBM-550, especially in my bedroom where I am targeted most commonly. As I’ll explain in the next section (“What is Normal?”), this is highly abnormal for a residence and I believe this kind of data collection takes TI’s towards concrete, indisputable scientific proof that they are targeted with directed energy. These levels are ~1,000 times higher than what radiation specialists consider problematic.

What is Normal?

Patrick van der Burght (an authority on radiation assessment in homes, mitigation and radiation-free building support; and an international speaker on radiation measurement) describes here that a 0.01 mW/m2 RF reading as ideal in the home and a 0.3 mW/m2 reading as potentially problematic likely requiring shielding. Now let’s come back to my findings of 100–200 mW/m2 of radio frequency exposure . Granted this was over a larger frequency range, but given that there are no common causes of high-frequency in homes (over 6 GHz), that is a worrisome level — and certainly abnormal & suspicious. This suggest a reading ~600x higher than a problematic level of radio frequency, as determined by an expert in the field.

More Testing — Using a Faraday Tent

Recently, I purchased a Faraday tent from Holland Shielding.

The Faraday Tent Measurement Data

The Trifield meter (measuring 0–6 GHz) readings within the tent went to 0 (with an occasional max peak 0.006 mw/m2 — an almost insignificant number). However, the Narda meter (0–50 GHz) had much higher readings, showed peaks of nearly 20 mW/m2. This shows that low to moderate microwave frequencies were blocked by the tent (0–6 GHz) but higher frequencies (6-50 GHz) were not; or at least not completely. Some of the latter were getting through and not in insignificant numbers. The fact that I had DEW symptoms in the tent (but not other TI symptoms typically associated with lower frequencies like sleep disruption, microwave noise, etc.) is explained by this measurement data and indicates that DEW is not only north of 6 GHz, but likely north of 30–40 GHz as well (because the tent sufficient blocks up to those levels of frequencies).

In Conclusion

Industrial EMF meters let us see what ordinary EMF meters cannot. We see a more accurate level of microwave frequency TI’s who suffer from DEW are exposed to (which may be 10x higher than what they gauged with consumer EMF meters). Further we are able to gauge that a large portion of DEW EMF (~80-90%) is above 18 GHZ (18–50 GHz). The Faraday tent test I conducted suggests some portion of DEW frequency may be 40 GHz and above.

  • Empower TI’s with a scientific study that shows if they are experiencing DEW, the RF exposure they have is likely several multiples of what consumer EMF meters show.
  • Encouraging TI’s to collect scientific data (frequency readings) with EMF meters of their DEW (and other) targeting.
  • Knowing the DEW frequency or frequency range will allow us to better shield adequately.


  • Using Peak Readings: My method of measurement was to evaluate the Peak reading for both meters. The reason is that there is reason to believe DEW functions through pulsed microwave radiation. In the case of pulsed microwave radiation, impact is best measured not through averages but that of a single pulse. From the Golomb study (page 7), “Of note, Frey induction is not governed by average radiation intensity, but the energy in a single pulse. (Analogously, if a jackhammer hit each 2 minutes, the low time-averaged pressure would not explain the damage.)”. Though the Frey effect and DEW differ, they both function on pulsed microwave radiation and so I applied this same methodology.
  • Correlation: While the Narda and Trifield meters varied in readings (as they covered different frequency ranges), did they at least move directionally in sync? That is, when one increased, did the other increase as well? I found this was often the case (leading one to believe that DEW sufferers could use an RF meter w/a limited frequency range and still directionally gauge when DEW exposure increased) but not always the case. For example, in one reading, I have the Trifield at 0.8 mW/m2 and the overall Narda reading at 1 mW/m2. This was a rare reading where the low frequency range (under 6 GHz) made up a large portion of overall microwave frequency: 80% (instead of closer to 10% in much of my testing). So there are times when one meter will surge and the other will not.
  • Initial Theory that DEW may be in same Frequency Range as ‘Frey Effect’: From Wikipedia’s entry on “Microwave Auditory Effect”:



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