Variable Frequency generator

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by motorcycleman, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. motorcycleman

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    Does anyone know of where I can acquire a frequency generator from 20-50khz at 120-180db output. I have a neighbor who has barking dogs and I would like to stop the dogs from barking. Any ideas?

    Thank you.
     
  2. Brownout

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    Ask your neighbor to keep his dog quiet at night. If he doesn't, report him for disturbing the peace. You have a right to enjoy peace, especially during quite hours. It might be a long process to get authorities to interviene, but there is no other solution for a neighbor who won't control his dog. Tone generators, and such probably won't work.

    Maybe you can gift him this book at the bottom of the webpage: http://www.dogtrainingheaven.com/dog-products/anti-bark-collar/
     
  3. motorcycleman

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    That did not work.
     
  4. #12

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    The method I used was to record the dogs and play the recording for myself. That desensitized me.

    On the other hand, this is the best bark collar I have ever seen. If only I could get the dog owner to wear it!
     
  5. Jaguarjoe

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    Pet stores have a whole section for debarkanizing. One in particular is a $20 device that emits ultrasonic waves only when triggered by the dog's bark.
     
  6. vrainom

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    Debarkanizing should become a real word. I love it =)
     
  7. PackratKing

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    Most hypersonic devices, will only antagonize the barking problem. I once put un an " enlarged " version of the sonic mouse-repeller in the attic of my place, which only served to <snip> off all the dogs in the neighborhood...:mad:
     
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