Primary Components of the Aires Defender Infinity
Analog Aires Microprocessor
The Analog Aires Microprocessor is a wafer of monocrystalline silicon with a specially developed, slitted annular diffraction matrix superimposed on its surface. Two mirrored analog microprocessors generate a resonant response in the form of a spherical fractal field. This harmonizes external electromagnetic fields that interact with it in terms of amplitudes, frequencies, phases, and interaction diagrams.
The Aires Defender Infinity Resonator Antenna is an enlarged annular matrix superimposed on the base using Immersion Gold technology. A capacitor is formed by two of these circuits, which are electrically conductive and separated by an insulating layer. When the capacity reaches its peak charge, the electromagnetic radiation it registers from an electronic device (phone, etc.) is redistributed across the Aires microprocessor.