Operating principle of the device BIOL

Functional chart of the apparatus includes radio frequency generator modules and radiator modules, operating mode processor, radiation detectors, control panel and power unit.

Generator modules are designed to generate radio-frequency signals, amplify those signals and match them to the radiating aerials, which are located in the radiator module. The signal is generated by frequency synthesizer microchip. The center radiated frequency value, deviation and the law of frequency variation are defined by the controller. Control over the generator module controllers is carried through control bus of the operating mode processor. Switch-on sequence of the generators, session time, center frequency values and the law of their variation, as well as other parameters are set according to the chosen operating mode.

The mode “Preparing” is activated automatically, when the device start working (after switching on)
  The total time of working will be displayed, when the device is ready.   


The control panel provides two possible choices of main operating modes: “Therapy”, “Rehabilitation” . Using the control panel, you can switch on/off the apparatus, choose operating mode (Therapy/Rehabilitation)


  and set the session time


The control panel indicator is used to visualize parameters of the assigned operating mode, and, after beginning of the session, time to finish session and general performance period of the apparatus. A built-in radiation detector provides the sequential control over the radiated radio signal in the Preparing mode. A power unit is designed to generate stabilized DC voltage of 5 V. Voltage converters (V/C) of the generator modules provide formation of boosting DC voltage, which is necessary for operation of the modules. Radio frequency amplifiers (RFA) are designed to amplify a signal, formed by the signal synthesizers, to the rated power value.