Wireless Energy & Telecoms
1. Product description
TWD's 2014 prototype demonstrates Lossless Wireless Electricity and Data
Transfers (WET) with a 5V current between two Faraday cages (so, without
a line of sight) at a 2-meter distance (excluding the near-field).
This test (small 5V current, losslessly between Faraday cages, beyond the
near-field) outperforms all known transmission methods on all criteria.
The transmission range mainly depends on calculations to keep the link
active while the connected end-points move away from each-other.
2. Mechanism of action
The WET waves we present are known under another name: antenna noise.
For centuries, scientists consider WET waves as an unexplained nuisance
because James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), a mathematician, has written
erroneous equations - taught since then in universities worldwide.
WET waves are far more desirable than radio or micro-waves – and, unlike
the quantum theory, their underlying theory does not rely on postulates.
3. Efficiency to reproduce the desired results
Our prototype replicates the desired outcomes 100% of the time.
It might, sometimes, slightly over-perform by delivering more energy to
the receiver than actually collected from the energy source.
We attribute it to the accidental collection of neutrinos that are
synchronized with the field established between our prototype's energy
source and consumer(s), when the link is active.
4. Research conducted to prove efficiency
Over the years, a dozen of unique and desirable properties of the WET
waves have been identified by experimentations using a variety of
prototypes (see the point below).
5. Applications | Advantages
a) potentially unlimited range (because lossless whatever the obstacles),
b) seamlessly traverses metal and water (and other physical obstacles),
c) immune to interference and jamming (a link is isolated from others),
d) does not rely on signal broadcasting (consumers fetch what they need),
e) works remotely without local energy/telecoms critical infrastructure,
f) massively parallelized data transfers (high bandwidth, low latency),
g) will not saturate the frequency band (no interference between links),
h) trivial to make it safe for living creatures (vegetals and animals),
i) not vulnerable to theft, hacking or other unwanted interventions,
j) not polluting the environment (savings: no EMF isolation required),
k) very high energy efficiency (no need for terrestrial/spatial relays),
l) can be made fully-compliant (searchable network history).
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6. Comparable products for reference (military | civilian)
For submarines and radio-stations, WET waves bring the benefits of ULF
(Ultra Low Frequencies) without its inconvenients (low bandwidth,
interception, well-known technology, etc.).
At a very small fraction of the cost, WET waves will bring all the
promises that 5G failed to deliver, and will introduce new unknown
capacity (see point #5 above).
7. Manufacturing (what will be needed to create WET emitters/receivers)
a) new prototype platform that can evolve to add features and capacity,
b) much higher voltages (extended use-cases),
c) reconfigurable antennas (higher voltages),
d) finer frequency tuning (peer synchronization),
e) synchronization calculations (static applications),
f) dynamic synchronization (mobile applications),
e) massive parallelization (ultra high-bandwidth/low-latency).
Stage Capital Needs (CHF) Months Target
----- ------------------- ------ ------------------------------------
1 1,500,000 9 25m Faraday cages (limited mobility)
2 3,500,000 18 100m cages + water
3 5,000,000 18 All cases (static)
4 5,000,000 18 All cases (full-mobility)
Here 'water' is presented as a separate step (from Faraday cages) because
the associated challenge for boats and submarines is to bypass grounding.
8. List of industries that will be disrupted by the technology
The volume of batteries will reduce dramatically as electricity will be
remotely delivered losslessly from distributed redundant energy sources.
Renewable sources of energy will become more profitable as the distance
separating them from consumers will no longer imply transmission losses.
Cabling will slowly disappear as wireless transmissions will over-perform
cables technically and financially – both on long distances and locally
(energy-grid > building > vehicle > device > circuit > CPU > AI > nano).
The IoT will be much smaller, capable and cheaper: sensors, robots, AI,
drones, telecoms, energy grids, electric vehicles, medTech, finTech, etc.
AI: our slow human brains over-perform (in quality) the most expensive
computers for common tasks such as face recognition... because our brains
are massively parallelized and most of their actions are automatic (no
conscious logic involved). Our nervous system also learns and acts in a
decentralized, parallelized way as living cells communicate and learn
from each-other without any recourse to a centralized (bottleneck) unit.
In contrast, even the largest CPU arrays ever made offer a lower capacity
by many orders of magnitude, while wasting huge amounts of energy.
Let's make CPUs and AI the much better way Nature has made us work.
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