This device is for the transmission of energy to the electrical system of the body via wireless inductive coupling. It is designed to serve in several capacities:
1. A source of stable amplitude on a particular vector to neuronal tissues of the body without surgical invasion.
2. A means of resonant coupling from an external circuital device of a characteristic frequency such that energy is transferred sympathetically (wirelessly) to neuronal tissues.
3. A method of using the magnetic potential of the human body to tune the external device via feedback so that the transfer is more efficient and power regulated to the inductive “draw” of current the neuronal cells require.
In each of the capacities, it is used in the following methods:
1. The transmission of electromagnetic energy through space and organic matter at a controlled frequency, amplitude, and characteristic impedance to facilitate the absorptions of power and information in a non-invasive manner of internal electrically-charged organic tissues such as any of the impulse-conducting cells that constitute the brain, spinal column, and nerves, consisting of a nucleated cell body with one or more dendrites and a single axon.
2. The coupling of a controlled circuit to the nervous system at a controlled frequency, amplitude, and characteristic impedance to facilitate communication of neural patterns to an external circuit, such as a wearable device. Stimulation of soft-tissue without invasion of a transmission apparatus in the skin, occurring at near-proximity, that is, within a few centimeters in depth of the tissues where the device is located.
3. Transmission of the wireless currents take place either by proximity to the field or by contact with a conducting material. Some tissues in the body with certain densities prefer transfer of energy by charged particles under inductive coupling, in the example of eddy currents with the use of conducting sheets, while others prefer transfer of energy under inductive coupling with direct contact of the magnetic field.
Specific uses of the device are seen as:
1. Communication and power between an amputated limb and an external prosthetic without surgical invasion.
2. Powering and programming of subcutaneous implants.
3. Transfer of energy from an external circuit to the neuronal tissues of the body, creating growth in the tissues after a defined exposure time. This is good for persons with health problems who require a means to charge their electrical system.
4. Transfer of information from an external circuit to the neuronal tissues of the body. This is seen as a means to transfer intelligence—in the form of information, sound, or other sympathetic electrical patterns—suitable for the host.
5. The use of persons on long space travel or in other environments where nourishment by chemical-electrical reactions (the metabolism of food) is not sufficient.