Made for the military. Transformed for the masses.
The inventors of our patented technology were initially tasked with creating powerful antennas for military use. They needed something reliable, durable, and rugged – yet lightweight and able to function with no external power supply.
Upon their discovery of the power of nano-sized capacitors, Rhett F. Spencer and Anthony J. Sutera ultimately created antennas small and light enough to be worn as a patch on a soldier's shoulder, but more powerful than the largest military antenna in existence.
Imagine billions of antennas working together in an array, shrunk down to microscopic levels so small it can exist in liquid form. The versatile nature of this nanotechnology makes it applicable for virtually any device.
A literal accident-turned-happy accident.
Not long after the discovery of these impressive nanocapacitors, Rhett Spencer was involved in a serious motorcycle accident that left him with several broken ribs and relying on dozens of harsh opioids each day.
Not one to go with the status quo, Rhett decided to try out his latest invention to see if the antenna technology he had developed would work with his body’s natural electrical signals to help him find relief.
Call it a happy accident, fate, or just pure genius – it worked!