Big Tech General Start Ups

Disrupting the Cell Phone Industry with a New Antenna


Tech people: read this. Parents, pay attention.

I want the end of brain tumors from cell phones. Yes, it really is a problem and finally the scientific community is waking up to this fact.

Revolutionary  disruptive and innovative are such ubiquitous  descriptors  right now they are becoming ignored or mocked when used.

But don’t make the mistake of thinking those words are always irrelevant. I have something for you that is all of that and more. It’s a game-changer, big time. Not a little innovative, not a little disruptive, but big, fireworks, look at this and OMG is it for real big.

It is an antenna for cell phones that radiates away from your head, use less energy and can now be used by those formerly marginalized people with hearing aids.

This  cell phone antenna is dramatic, game-changing, healthy, fascinating, and coming soon to your brain and those you love.

PARENTS: Do you ever worry about the cell and your kid’s brain? Please do. I’m asking you to read this, pass it on, and get the word out. Vortis is so important, yes, that important.

It’s got all the legal and governmental official ok’s. This is way past development stage and all the ducks are in order. It’s been in use in Europe and now its coming here. Prototypes are about to be made and when that is done, sales will start.

How does it work? Here is Vortis on that:

Present technology are embedded antennas that radiate in all directions.Half of the energy is absorbed by the head.

Attempts to re-direct, shield or drop energy loss to the head result in poorer performance.

 Vortis is a dual element printed circuit board (PCB) that is a dual band, end-fire array operating on US and EU frequencies providing immediate technical advantages to handsets and carrier market shares.

Originally designed to overcome the problem of interference with hearing aids, the “near field null” area safely cocoons the user’s head by redirecting RF radiation fields in the near field, while sending a stronger signal forward and rearward in the far fields.

 Vortis’ capability to reshape RF Signals was originally designed to serve hard of hearing markets. We learned later of greater improvements such as energy saving, pattern enhancement, etc. in its earlier testing with Motorola where it was shown that Vortis was .07 SAR over the lowest of .7 (at the time); an order of magnitude less. This offers a distinct advantage in the cell phone industry’s increasing inability to meet SAR and saves energy loss that may double battery life depending on use profile. Sony Ericsson confirmed its ability to meet the highest Hearing Aid Compatibility Standards as well.


I talked with CEO James Johnson, and his new Sales Director, Tech Director and Marketing/Social Media  and they are focused on moving quickly. With all the tests and oks and licensing issues completed all that is left is production. If you are a crowdfunding guru who wants to help, this is a good time to get involved – personally, I think this is going to be massive.

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