The 390 is probably the best field meter for the price without paying thousands of dollars for commercial grade equipment made by NARDA. It goes all the way down to ELF and upto 400khz for the EF and EMF meters. It also has basic rf capabilities that goes upto 10ghz. I was able to successfully use the all in one mode to detect a field around my left ear and the field they were hitting my lower portions with. It’s tricky if you don’t know what your doing. What you have to do is get your self in a environment without any emf or ef. Urban environments or living next to neighbors are not a good option because you can’t control the environment. The magic keyword is “they hide the frequencies in the base line”. Allot of the equipment intelligence agencies use is marketed as undetectable. So what they do is hide it below everything else. This is why I did the test in a non urban environment in my motorhome with no power running to the motorhome. Now if you were in a normal urban environment or a house that has power the meter would be going crazy. Power lines cell phones, WiFi and pretty much anything that’s electronic will set it of giving you false positives. I got my environment down to 0 emf and ef. I then placed the meter upto my ear and it went up to 1.5 then did it again it went up to 1.4. The history chart on the all in one mode showed little blips for how ever long I held it upto my left ear. Now they were able to turn it off completely at times or send a constant .10 to hide it at times. So you need to catch them off guard I found it best after playing with it for a week around the time you lay down at night and you can feel the pulses in your left ear when you sleep to try this experiment. I would have the meter on then close my eyes lay down acting like I was going to sleep for a minute then get up really quick and do the test. I noticed I was able to do this consistently for a week. Also one day I woke up to them mutilating my lower parts ad I had the meter still on when I woke up and I got a electric field reading of 54MV.
There are a ton of other features on the meter as well. I was able to use the rf browser mode to see data devices were emitting such as smart meters, cell phones, routers and pretty much anything that emitted a frequency that’s common. The issues I noticed was the spectrum analysis was very weak it couldn’t really give me much doing a sweep. It was good because of its power sensor to put it on a device and grab the frequency in the rf table mode of devices within its very specific ranges of the power sensors it had. Not all ranges have the power sensor capability. So I wasn’t able to grab frequencies of implants at all. It worked as a near field device for main stream devices. Which was awesome! Now I did get feed back from one TI that the frequencies they found were analog. But with know how that feature works there is no way you can validate that with this device. The reason is it has to be able to demodulate the signal in order to see binary data. It only has a couple demodulation Algorithms installed. One of the better features of the device is it’s logging capabilities and the ability to attach to a computer.
The 390 is a great device that gives you lots of information and it can provide evidence to targeting. I encourage everyone to one and start recording evidence to send to PACTS. I recommend getting a camera that has 6 to 15 hours of recording capabilities on a battery and record everything as your sleeping in various different modes.