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We often get questions about our company, the technology behind our devices, and the proof of how it works. We value transparency and always want to provide thorough answers to your questions and comments. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s hard to give a complete answer on social media, so we’ve compiled a list here with some FAQs!
Publicly Traded Company
We are a Canadian company and went public in Canada. Therefore, we are currently traded on the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE) as WIFI. We are OTC in the United States as a cross-listing.
You can view of CSE listing here: https://thecse.com/en/listings/technology/american-aires-inc
You will see us use this word to describe our product. The term however may not be present in our literature or patents. That’s because the more technical name for the core of our product is a “circular diffraction lattice”. We adopted the term nanotechnology to more simply describe it because it is a technical device, developed with physics, at a scale that is so small its intricacies are invisible to the human eye.
We use state of the art microlithography equipment to etch nano-slits into the silicon wafer to create our Aires silicon resonator chip. They are so small that the manufacturer must use an electron microscope to send us pictures of the product.
How it Works + Structure of the Device
Please read our peer-reviewed research titled “Method for Protecting Biological Objects from the Negative Influence of Technogenic Electromagnetic Radiation” for a technical, in-depth explanation and examination of how the device works. The peer-review of the research is also available here.
To learn more about the technical structure of the circular diffraction lattice (aka a resonator or analog Aires silicon resonator chip) please read here.
Our most recent peer-reviewed study is published on SpringerLink but has been made available for our customers here on our site. This offers insight to the computer modeling of the response of a “Semiconductor Wafer with a Self-Affine Pattern” (our Aires silicon resonator chip) to Electromagnetic Radiation.
Additional pieces of peer-reviewed material are our calculations of the EMF in 6 GHz and 28 GHz (WiFi 5G) with an Aires C20S5G resonator (Aires silicon resonator chip), which is used in the Aires Crystal model (2019) that predates the Lifetune generation (2020). Please view the full research for 6 GHz and 28 GHz as well as the peer-review of both documents here.
Historical patents for our invention and therefore the function of our technology were registered in Russia, where it was developed (see list below for invention). As we have grown, we have filed industrial design patents in other countries (available on our technology page). Improvements in the technology and growth as a company led to us filing with the WIPO for a utility patent. All of the information above was submitted in 2019 to WIPO for evaluation for our newest patent: METHOD FOR PROTECTING BIOLOGICAL OBJECTS FROM THE NEGATIVE INFLUENCE OF TECHNOGENIC ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
After we submitted this application with all of the evidence, WIPO completed their evaluation and granted us patent pending status. This means they have agreed that the evidence submitted shows the proof of our technology is credible, accurate, and unique. Now we have to wait for the years-long process at this status to then file for the official patent through a variety of international patent organizations.
Patent Number: 2312384
Patent Number: 2308065
Patent Name: DEVICE FOR STRUCTURING OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
Patent Number: 2284062
Patent Number: 2249862
Patent Number: 2231137
Patent Number: 2217181
Verifying Effect + EMF Meters
Many are puzzled as to why EMF meters remain unchanged when using Aires products. While EMF meters are fantastic for pinpointing areas of high EMR in homes, workplaces, and vehicles (ideal spots for your Aires products), they don’t measure the effectiveness of the Aires device itself. The key to understanding this lies in the unique operating principle of our products: modulation.
Aires technology doesn’t simply block EMFs in the conventional sense. Instead, it modulates, transforming radiation rather than eliminating it. This means our devices aim to lessen the biological effects of EMFs, while still ensuring other electronic gadgets work as intended. This also clarifies why traditional EMF meters don’t serve as an indicator of our product’s performance, since the true measure of effectiveness is its impact on the human body, not just the radiation levels in a given space.
Think of it this way: consider noise-canceling headphones. They don’t erase ambient noise, nor do they change how it sounds externally. Yet, where it matters most—your ears—the noise’s impact is substantially diminished. In a similar vein, while the reading on an EMF meter might stay constant, Aires ensures the radiation’s impact on your body is significantly reduced.
To truly gauge the benefits and effectiveness of Aires devices, one must focus on bodily responses. Beyond tangible improvements in wellbeing and potential long-term health benefits, this isn’t something readily testable without professional health evaluation. However, tests such as live blood cell analyses, heart rate variability, and EEG brain scans have demonstrated positive changes with the use of an Aires device.
Brain Scan Demonstration
If you haven’t yet explored our brain scan demonstration, it offers a compelling visualization of EMF’s effects and the protective capabilities of our product.
The demonstration was led by Dr. Nicholas Dogris, Ph.D., BCN, QEEG-D. Dr. Dogris brings a wealth of knowledge from his extensive work in neurostimulation and neuromodulation. Importantly, Dr. Dogris approached this demonstration without any prior exposure to Aires Tech, ensuring an unbiased and professional evaluation. His sole task was to perform standard EEG and qEEG tests, comparing results with and without the use of Aires devices.
The brain scan, known as EEG, was utilized to depict neuron activity in the brain, illustrated by distinct colors in the brain images. These colors provide a comparison of the individual’s EEG data to the average scores (z-scores) of a similar age and gender demographic. Specifically:
Red, orange, and yellow indicate heightened activity.
Greens represent the norm.
Blues signify reduced activity.
Though our primary focus wasn’t on measuring heat, the EEG’s analysis, termed qEEG, allowed Dr. Dogris to share insights on potential impacts of tissue heating on the brain. You’re invited to view his comprehensive analysis of the demonstration here.