With GeneratorX (GX) Hunt and Kill mode you can perform faster biofeedback (BFB) scans and automatically run those BFB scan results on the other GX generator using Remote or Contact mode. So it the pathogens are ducking and weaving to avoid destruction, GX is going to nail them assuming that they can't change faster than the Hunt and Kill cycle takes to complete.
Prior to GX users had the option to use frequency and amplitude wobble as well as different waveforms to try and knockout a pathogen. So if you look back through previous user success reports you will find a variety of methods were employed to nail a pathogen besides using the same frequency repetively.
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