U.S.G.& T.

The USG&T carrier system is designed to alter the electromagnetic field of the electric-power supply grid and uses this power line network to distribute a pre-determined signal to localized regions of the city. This Extremely Low Frequency signal combines well-defined active electrical transmission with passive biodynamic reception, relying on the electromagnetic (EM) fields generated by power line and residential wiring.

This carrier system requires no new wiring using instead the existing power line infrastructure to remotely transmit to the designated reception area (fig. 1). In-house equipment installation or signal amplification is not required.

The Conditioning Unit

The Conditioning Unit (CU) (fig. 2) plugs into a wall outlet and automatically patterns the signal transmission, integrating it directly into the power line EM field. Once activated the CU is in continuous use, generating the signal inaudibly and coupling it with the electrical current as it alternates its direction of flow. To maximize signal saturation, the Conditioning Units have been distributed to multiple locations. These CU locations operate as Signal Distribution Ports (SDPs). Additional SDP hosts may be added to the designated local areas as required. All deployed CUs can be considered primary transmitters using identical pulsed signaling with a frequency of 7-8Hz. Local area mapping is guided by SDP locations and CU signaling limitations.

Signaling Awareness

The USG&T signal couples with the power line EM field and operates as bio-resonance through modulation. Signaling awareness may depend on individual sensitivity.

EM Field Strength

A reliable, radiated signal with field strength levels sufficient to generate effective EM conditions can be anticipated. Reports entered into the USG&T Journal will help provide information to more accurately chart EM field propagation for steering signal patterning. The effectiveness of the magnetic field decreases with the distance from the power line network wiring. Enhanced field strength can be initiated with concentrated exposure and close-proximity electromagnetic signal transfer.

Signal Distortion

'Lock-on' of the EM pulsed signal is dependent upon and will fluctuate with electrical voltage variations, e.g., brownouts or power-surges. Targeted area reception also may experience disturbances due to signal interference from some electronic devices and motors, lightning, or power station transients resulting in poor signal propagation.

The USG&T Journal

Responses by email will be sorted by keyword and entered into the USG&T Journal to review and record observations, reactions and suggestions. This journal will be monitored in a continuous effort to better understand and improve the Conditioning Unit and signal radiation characteristics, making corrections or reinforcing positive results, if necessary. The signal frequency may be modified to adapt and synchronize with daily cycles or rhythms as response patterns dictate. Journal entries can be used to communicate a desired response label preferably during real-time signaling or to recognize a group or neighbor who has 'caught the signal'.

• How do I know if I'm receiving the signal?

Check the local area map to see if your location is designated for reception.

• Will the USG&T cost me anything?

The USG&T is free.

• What is the 'signal'?

The signal is an alteration of the EM field generated by power line and residential wiring using a pulse-wave signal.

• How does the CU work?

The USG&T signal couples with the power line EM field and operates as bio-resonance through modulation. Signaling awareness may depend on individual sensitivity.

• Do I need a CU to receive the signal?

The CUs generate the signal remotely. No equipment is required to receive the signal.

• How many CUs are there?

Multiple CUs are distributed to selected areas for effective signal radiation.

• Why can't I hear the signal?

The USG&T is modifying a magnetic field with an Extremely Low Frequency signal, which cannot be heard.

• Is the USG&T carrier system dangerous?

The USG&T modifies an existing electrical grid and is as safe as the EM field generated by this network.

• Can I make changes to the USG&T?

Responses by mail or email will be sorted and reviewed. Signal frequency changes may occur as response patterns dictate.

• Can I read the USG&T Journal?

All entries into the Journal are private and reviewed by USG&T only.

• Will writing to the Journal really make a difference?

Your entry into the Journal will be identified by keyword, labeled and filed into a permanent record. By reviewing Journal entries, USG&T can use this feedback to learn more about how the CU works and make changes, if necessary.

• I would like to receive a stronger signal. Is this possible?

The signal strength is set in advance and cannot be changed. Signal strength can be increased by longer exposure or closer proximity to the wiring that carries the signal.

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