Fashion Social Network
January 11, 2013 --
Silver Spring, MD, January 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Fashion World Media has done it again, announcing the publication of its patent application comprising an innovative approach to fashion social network “FSN” in H-LIST. The H-LIST patent application, which has already received two patents (7,872,575, and 7,271,720) from the parent applications, brings to light future military war gear that would allow a social security network “SSN.” H-LIST is a wearable detection outfit operable to provide wearable detection within a social security network. The outfit is configured for communications within a centralized social security network environment “CSSNE.’ H-LIST comprises sensors being embedded in silicon substrates and fused/etched in nano-fiber materials to provide a detection platform that is insoluble in water and that has better resistance to high temperatures. The materials for H-LIST also exhibit good electrical properties. The inventor, Joseph Tabe, asserts that the incorporation of silicon substrate in the outfit would further enable the outfit to exhibit proper contractions and expansions at key sections of the body, while the electrical characteristics of the material would further advance detection sensitivity and provide better detection selectivity. The detection platform is disposed with nano-sensors each configured for specific detection. H-LIST provides mobile detection to allow the detection of weapons of mass destruction in a hostile environment, enabling the monitoring of physiological conditions of security personnel within the vicinity of the detection. Detection data are communicated directly to the command and communication post within the CSSNE. H-LIST is self-powered and harvests energy from its surroundings. This outfit can also be used at hospitals and other community establishments to monitor the health of patients and other personnel.
H-LIST is further disposed with GPS sensors being configured for directing responders to the vicinity of the detection and to locate personnel, while providing firsthand security network information “FSNI” about the conditions of the environment, including the conditions of each personnel to accelerate medical preparation. The silicon substrates being used are not limited to: polydimethylsiloxane, amorphous silica, petroleum distillates, methyltriacetoxy silane, or ethyltriacetoxy silane through which sensors may be embedded into to enable the detection platform. H-LIST further protects personnel’s body from getting in contact with external exposure to environmental emergency conditions, exhibiting flexibility, toughness, and further serving as body waterproof. Optical properties of thin films are employed in the integrated circuit for converting solar energy into electrical energy. H-LIST employs reflectance sensors in association with a linearized liquid nitrogen detector. The SSN environment is configured with software being incorporated for communications with CMOS multiple antennas on chip. The CMOS multiple antennas on chip is a receiver/transmitter operable for communicating signals relating to videos, graphics, images, voices, and texts data. The CMOS multiple antennas on chip are further disposed for Internet applications operable for communications and for providing faster data transmission rate. The CMOS multiple antenna further provides communications clarity.
The CMOS multiple antennas further comprises a chip configured with the integrated circuit and disposed with nano wires. The nano wires are embedded in silicon substrate and fused/etched in nano-fiber. The nano-fiber is alloyed with meta-material structure comprising surface cavity to enable radio frequency antenna applications that are operable for providing intra-chip antenna network. Power amplifiers are disposed with the antennas to accelerate communications and data transmissions over short range to longer ranges and to realize high operating frequencies. This would allow high data rate communications and reduce atmospheric absorption. The incorporation of the CMOS multiple antennas on chip is enabled to further realize wireless network region better than 60GHz for wireless communications “WC”, military battlefield applications “MBA”, vehicular communication applications “VCA”, electronic devices applications “EDA’, high speed data transmission applications ‘HSDTA”, and homeland security intelligence applications “HISA.” The chip would allow faster graphical data transmission to expedite SSN information sharing. The nano wires are provided for many reasons, including: to convert electromagnetic wave into electrical energy, to protect against oxygen absorptions, to avoid interference from other networks, to protect against human health concerns, and to provide a desirable platform for high definition television “HDTV” signals, wherein high data rate communications would be operable at the realized transmission frequencies. In this regard, the antenna is comprised of field programmable gate array “FPGA.” The FPGA is disposed with electromagnetic material consisting of meta-material coupled to semiconductor substrate for communications with the nano wires. The nano wires are signal interconnect lines in communication with the shorted end of the FPGA metamaterial structured surface to realize electromagnetic wave energy harvesting, high speed optical switching, and modulation in telecommunication applications.
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