advertised long range locators on the market, are nothing else than frequency
simple constructions that are not specialized for ground use. Soils have
varying combinations of wetness and minerals. Operating frequency generators
their signal transmits on conductive ground but doesn’t penetrate at all
on loose ground, or on high mineralized soils user receives false target
The DGB - digital ground balancing feature, was developed for RAYFINDER long
range locator to assist the reliable target indication, to maintain maximum
range and stable operation regardless of the ground type.
Even further the "Raytrack" system,
completes the ground balancing accurately, by selecting variable waveforms
on the transmit frequency to match the soil.
DFS “Digital Frequency Synthesis”. RAYFINDER is the only long range
locator on the market with signal output from a DSP microprocessor, which
is fast enough to run 40 million instructions per second, performing corrections
to frequency accuracy automatically.
Every metal has its own specific molecular frequency, up to present
long range locators were unable to maintain molecular frequency signal stable
enough to make visible only the desired target, faults were common practice
from minerals and “ghost” targets due to solar storms and magnetic fields.