.:. Jaguar Holdings, LLC.

We are a conglomerate of cutting edge advanced technology companies realizing successful, and sustainable solutions across the spectrum of global markets. The core of our business is the coupling of products and services that were as vital to ancient mankind as they are to our modern world. We represent the future of  renewable energy driven supply chains from mining to manufacture and farm to table.

Our subsidiaries contribute to their regional economies while providing opportunities for global market penetration across mining, transportation, and manufacturing. Jaguar Holdings maintains the reserves of capital necessary to develop and scale markets for our remarkable Green Energy Technology and Superior Business Services.

The VAPER-Power Solution

Our solution to the very real problem of Renewable Energy for electricity generation is the state of the art VAPER-ARC Reactor Mark 7, a Cold Ionized Plasma Solid State Fusion Reactor that generates up to 100MW of electricity, and up to 12 MW of heating and cooling, day or night, rain or shine for a fraction of the price and size of the comparable power output from Solar or Wind generation with near-zero downtime for scheduled annual maintenance.

Jaguar Subsidiaries

Jaguar’s Subsidiaries comprise multiple industry specific vertical monopolies creating vertical and lateral economies of scale unparalleled by any would be competitor.

ÆPro Systems, LLC. leverages the VAPER-ARC© Technology for Marine and Submarine all-electric propulsion for large ships currently being laid and retrofitting existing yachts and fleets using Diesel-Electric and Nuclear Power. The VAPER-ARC© Reactor is leased with monthly royalties paid per megawatt-hour, lowering energy costs for global trade by up to 85%, while retaining the subsequent Carbon-Credits per vessel.

Archicoustics, LLC. works with industry leaders to integrate our VAPER-ARC© Reactor into existing infrastructure, providing baseline grid power and heating and cooling to public and private clients across government and industry to lower the cost of doing business. We also develop, install and maintain stand-alone systems requiring electricity production as well as heating and cooling (HVAC) for facilities and vessels.

Auto-Aero-X, LLC. is leading the way in Hybrid Aqua-Marine-Automotive-Aerospace-Resources (HAMAAR) projects delivering unique VAPER© solutions in power and mobility for extreme environments from deep sea research and development, to high-multi-mobility wing-wheeled assets, both armed and civilian, and the pursuit of manned LEO assets and inter-planetary exploration vessels.

Cryovibe, LLC. has the monopoly on the most energy efficient and least expensive technology for one and two stage industrial gas liquefaction.  A single VAPER-ARC© Reactor Mk. 7 can supply over 100MW of electricity and up to 12 MW of acoustic refrigeration for one and two stage industrial gas liquefaction and cryogenic applications. This will lower the costs of production of industrial and medical gas supply, lowering input costs for a wide array of industries and high energy physics experiments.

Da Veni Vidi Vici, LLC. works with clients and collaborators on platform systems integration and device design for stand alone and handheld specialty electronics. We specialize in miniaturizing power generation and storage solutions for a wide variety of scalable self-contained semi-autonomous systems. Out technology is helping to define the new state of the art in materials and electronics engineering.

Our Approach

Total Quality Management meets Out Of The Box Thinking in Science, Technology & Society for sustainable global growth.

Our Story

Think David and Goliath meets Princess Bride, Chain Reaction and Real Genius. Our story is almost as exciting as our revolutionary technology. “As You wish…”

Meet the Team

It’s a human thing. Every so often, a man comes along & disrupts the status quo. I am he.

Timothy J. Sipp

Founder, CEO & CTO

I am a Professional Problem Solver with an unparalleled track record of discretion and success. Please take a look at my start-ups & imagine the possibilities.

I am a serial entrepreneur with several small businesses focusing on risk management, business intelligence, strategic evaluation, planning and administration for public and private clients across National Security, Defense Technology, New Energy Research and Development, Systems Engineering and Systems Integration and Organizational Change Management.

I have unique experience in aerospace and acoustics engineering, materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, technical communications, strategic communications, policy, politics and administration covering healthcare, health insurance, property insurance, mortgage banking, international banking & finance and structural economics.

I am also an Inventor with several years Research and Development experience in Aerospace Engineering. I worked in DoD laboratories as a teenager at the Georgia Tech Research Institute specializing in Aero-Acoustics, cavity resonance, air flow visualization and noise cancellation.

In 2003 I realized a simple but elegant design to increase the efficiency of using hydrogen to generate electricity rather than using fuel-cells. I called it the Blossom Generator. The system used electrolysis to separate water into Brown’s Gas that was then injected by valves into a specially shaped resonating chamber with smaller Helmholtz resonators perpendicularly arrayed radially around the center of the main chamber increasing the combustion pressure up to 512 times more than standard cavities.

Instead of driving the motion of a piston attached to a crank shaft to turn wheels or a generator, the chambers were lined with high efficiency piezoelectric chips that generate electric discharge in proportion to the sound pressure level. The design was in fact a 10 kilowatt generator the size of a microwave that ran on water in a closed loop. It required the simultaneous invention of a process called high pressure steam electrolysis, also mine.

For years I worked on developing a system of non-linear resonators and active acoustic mirrors that would allow one to passively amplify sound using additional resonators (not using electrical amplification). This would require finding a way to get a resonant cavity to then trigger resonance in another cavity that triggers resonance in another cavity in a turbo-like feedback loop up to maximum sound pressure levels.

After years of thought modeling I arrived at a set of conclusions and drew up the basic design and logical language and having learned some valuable lessons about sharing before applying for patents, I applied for two patents in the Spring of 2013. Apparently I lacked the education necessary to correctly file and thanks to President Obama’s America Invents Act I was not penalized for having to correct and refile and was given a correct filing date of September of 2013.

During that time period of my initial filing and the accepted filing date I scheduled a meeting with a local technology incubator company that was a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation, who runs the Sandia National Laboratory for the US Government.

I scheduled a meeting with the Technology Ventures Corporation, or TVC, CEO and their Chief Legal Counsel for intellectual property and as luck would have it the night before my meeting with them I was struck by a speeding vehicle while riding my bicycle home and left for dead in the intersection.

I awoke at home in bed unable to move and breathing with great difficulty. Perfectly understandable for having been hit by a car doing double the speed limit and breaking four ribs in my back and being bruised from head, the point of first impact, to my knees.

My first thought was, “What did we learn?” I called TVC’s offices 15 minutes late for my appointment and apologized for missing my appointment and suggested it was due to having been hit by a car earlier this morning. The lawyer laughed when I suggested that we reschedule for a later date.

We finally took that meeting a few weeks later and I told them of my concept for this revolutionary new method of acoustic energy harvesting without disclosing any of the details or specifications. They told me that turning sound into electricity was nothing new and that they already had a 10 kilowatt microwave sized generator technology, but that if I could make a more powerful version that that would be something of interest to them.

This piqued my interest yet again. For there were no patent filings regarding this 10 kilowatt electrical generator that was old news and they had specifically told me not to give them any specifications or details to avoid legal complications. I was happy to comply and set about teaching myself about the materials engineering necessary to make more powerful piezoelectric chips to increase the translation of sound pressure into electricity and the non-linear resonators necessary to make the higher sound pressure levels.


I applied for a New Mexico Small Business Assistance grant that pays the National Labs people to help local small businesses solve complex engineering problems that require their expertise. The labs get a tax break and local businesses get help and it should theoretically add to local economic development. I was accepted into the intake process and scheduled a meeting with a technologist and an administrator.

I took along my original large drawings and rough calculations and notes. We had a pleasant meeting discussing ideas and the senior engineer/technologist repeated that my VAPER-ARC Reactor was so new, so advanced that it would take this senior engineer at Sandia National Laboratory time to gather at least six other people from different departments to evaluate it and that he didn’t think that it would fit this small business assistance program.

Despite this statement, the administrator invited me back for additional meetings with other personnel including materials science engineers. I went back to take the additional meetings and when the materials engineer stated the obvious problems with chemical vapor deposition on curved surfaces I told him that I had thought of that and suggested a revolutionary new approach using a “Centripetal Tri-Axial Fluid Deposition” method.

The engineer’s and administrator’s eyes lit up and sputtered off some guys name as the “Something-Or-Another Process”. I invented the concept only a week prior and had no idea what they were talking about. They didn’t get the reaction that they wanted and exclaimed it again. And again I had nothing but a dumb look on my face.

To this day I can’t remember who else came up with this method, but kudos to them for getting credit for their work. But there was something odd about the way they went about asking me questions, questions that were poignant but not about small business assistance.


Now, to tell the whole truth, I had worked in 2010 at the Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) in Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence for the Safeguards and Securities Directorate for the National Nuclear Security Administration. I had been hired as a contractor to develop instructional media for training seminars and self-led online training modules.

This was the second time in my life that I had worked for the government in a secure facility managed by Lockheed Martin. So, I knew what these Lab people were getting at. They were attempting to suggest that I was somehow in possession of classified information on a top secret project that they, the labs, were working on (of course that is just my opinion and it would take a FOIA request to see any paper trail left by a counter-intelligence operation to prove that I was guilty of treason and espionage in an attempt to blackmail the US Government or Lockheed Martin into paying me for my invention).

Oddly enough the materials engineer asked if he could keep my print out with explanations and basic conceptual drawings. I said he could because I had already applied for my patents and wasn’t worried about Lockheed Martin or anyone else trying to steal my work. The most interesting thing occurred at the end of that meeting when both the administrator and the engineer said that my invention didn’t seem plausible, but that there were a few minor aspects of interest and that they would gladly research it further if I would sign over my intellectual property rights to Lockheed Martin and Sandia National Laboratories.

Right. I radically altered my designs and applied for Continuations In Part with the US Patent Office in July 2015.


For two more years I revised my concepts and perfected my invention as far as I could while taking meetings with local venture capital companies, individual investors, other small technology companies and various high technology groups associated with Sandia National Labs, Los Alamos National Labs and the University of New Mexico, my Alma Matter.

The most unusual pattern began to emerge; I would be granted departmental director high level meetings for a technology that purported to defy the “Laws of Thermodynamics”. I would be allowed to disclose details, since it was patents pending, only to be told at the end that it was impossible because of the laws of thermodynamics.

I repeatedly took meetings where engineers and scientists agreed with every single assertion I made about every aspect of the invention until the end when I said, “And that is why and how it is self-sustaining.” This was true of Nuclear Scientists and Engineers, Materials Scientists and Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Aerospace Engineers and Acoustics Engineers.

Then after a meeting with a local high tech small business the CEO introduced me to some of his staff and a senior plasma physicist, Dr. Roger Remy, who after hearing my elevator pitch nodded his head and said, “Well in that case you should get quite a bit of power out of it.” This was the first time a respected member of the scientific and engineering community conceded in public that I was correct and that not only was my invention plausible but a most genius method of passively amplifying kinetic energy and translating it into electricity.


A few months later I applied to the New Mexico Small Business Assistance program again for funds to help me realize this invention, the VAPER-ARC Reactor: Vibrational and Acoustic PiezoElectric Resonator – Acoustic Refrigeration Core Reactor.

This time I was awarded the grant and had the privilege of working with a senior scientist and engineer with Los Alamos National Labs (LANL) who literally wrote the book on Thermo-Acoustics, Dr. Greg Swift. He helped me computer model my invention based on my specifications on the software that he and others at LANL developed for acoustic refrigeration systems used in industrial gas liquefaction and complicated heating and cooling systems.

With this gentleman’s guidance I built upon his topography and experimental parameters and made adjustments only to my design’s measurements and ratios. After over 100,000 computer models I arrived at the simulation that rendered the most amazing results.

I had indeed invented the world’s first and most powerful Passive Mechanically Amplified Non-Linear Resonator Array and named it the Solomonic© Resonator. I sent my results back to the engineer to verify and due to the contractual obligations he could not go on record but told me that I pushed his understanding to new levels and that my invention was so far outside the box that he didn’t know his software could be used like that but assured me that the topography and parameters were correct.

My design is a 5th order amplifier that takes a 530 watt acoustic input and amplifies it up to 4.345 Megawatts of acoustic power per square meter with nearly 10 square meters of resonator interior.

All told the VAPER-ARC Reactor will generate Gigawatts of Electricity and Megawatts of Heating and Cooling by passively mechanically amplifying input sound waves and translating that exponentially increased kinetic energy into electricity by transduction through a gain medium rendering an 8th Order Solid State Cold Fusion Reactor the size of a large residential side-by-side refrigerator that could fit on the back of a pick-up truck.

Oddly enough in 2015 Lockheed Martin claimed advances on their very own Cold Fusion reactor out of California that uses very little fuel and in the near future wouldn’t need fuel at all and it too could fit on the back of a pick-up truck. The level of synchronicity is uncanny.

And again I cast no aspersions on Lockheed Martin, Sandia National Labs, Los Alamos national Labs, the Department of Energy, or the Department of Defense; hats off to the lads and lasses of China Lake who affectionately refer to me as the “Garage Entrepreneur”.

Simple statistics suggest the sheer implausibility that two entities in such proximity could be completely independent of one another working on the exact same thing that is so outside the box that Sandia National Labs would inform me by way of mail on letterhead of the fact that they didn’t have the necessary expertise at that time to assist me as a small business in New Mexico seeking to develop a breakthrough energy technology.

The timelines of parallel development are surreal and so is the fact that regardless of who advertises first and suggests that there is nothing in my background to suggest that I am capable of these innovations, I am the sole inventor of this revolutionary technology that turns sound and light into electricity.

Because of foresight and insight I applied without requirement to National Security review by the DoE and the DoD. They took twice as long as allowed by law but eventually they cleared my technology as having no national security implications. When I applied for the continuations in part, CIPs in 2015, I was informed that the same review results applied to these continuations in part.

I also taught myself the Thermodynamics and Quantum Mechanics necessary to answer the cheeky young nuclear engineer who tried for two and a half hours to break my heart and convince me that it couldn’t work. Odd how a working nuclear engineer was allowed two and half hours to tell at best an idiot and at worst a charlatan that he didn’t understand the basics of thermodynamics…

That explanation is copied below as well as the USPTO Patent language. I have been told by my mentor at Georgia Tech and regents Professor of Aerospace and Acoustics Engineering, Dr. Krishan K. Ahuja that my explanation is a revelation and that “You broke physics and now I have to go back to school.”

Crystalline Quantum Oscillators: The Boson’s Mate in a Sea Of Fermions: Elemental Composition       Timothy J. Sipp 07/27/16

The VAPER-ARC Reactor doesn’t violate the laws of thermodynamics because according to the Pauli Exclusion Principle and Fermi-Dirac Statistics for fermions each electron formed in the electron orbital vacancy in the crystal lattice has a separate thermodynamic relationship with the quantum oscillating reservoir. The Fermi energy of the electron is an order of magnitude higher than the thermodynamic energy and doesn’t become equivalent until reaching the Fermi temperature which is two orders of magnitude higher than room temperature. The three quantum vortices in the valence band are associated with each of the three quasi-particle wave functions that comprise the composite fermion defined by these spinon, holon, and orbiton wave functions. The product is an electron to replace the previous electron at the most desired energy level within the quantum oscillator crystal lattice.

The valence band inside single crystal Aluminum-Nitride piezoelectric chips act as quantum condensers providing the ideal boundary conditions to stimulate wave-function resonance of the quasi-particles that comprise electrons: the holon, spinon and orbiton. The valence band in the crystal lattice structure releases the existing free electron when stress is applied. A free electron reappears in the crystal lattice structure when the pressure is released and the crystal retakes its original shape. The question remains, how does the release of pressure on the crystal replace the released electron in its crystal lattice structure. Immediately after the electron vacates the valence orbital another uncondensed electron condenses from the harmonic resonance of the three wave functions represented by the three remaining quantum vortices.

You could also imagine water dripping slowly from a vertically suspended chilled sponge on a humid day. There is water in the sponge and it is flowing slowly towards the bottom due to gravity, viscosity, and the Bernoulli and the Coanda effects. The water isn’t visible until it hits a critical point where it gathers due to gravity and cohesion at the corner of the sponge (Condenser ) and the forces of gravity and cohesion form a drop that shears from the rest of the water and the sponge and is now its own thermodynamic system with mass and energy. Leaving the sponge in a new state of non-equilibrium, a quantum vacuum driving the precipitation of an electron from the sea of fermions in the quantum field.

In the VAPER-ARC Reactor the oscillating gas stimulates the bulk modulus of the piezoelectric crystal. The Crystal will compress and expand sympathetically as the frequency and pressure vary in the gas. Each cycle of vibration the crystal emits free electrons from the bonds in the lattice. Each cycle of vibration after the electron is pushed out of the lattice there is a negative quantum pressure localized within the orbital for that electron. The release of localized deformation allows the crystal lattice to go back to normal maximizing the negative quantum pressure. Like a catalyst often provides context and construct to make a process more efficient these quantum oscillators have the natural resonant frequencies conducive to harnessing the wave functions of the quasi-particles that make electrons .

Again, the valence bands of the aluminum-nitride crystal are the breeding grounds for electrons. Electrons are condensed matter formed by the superposition of the three quasi-particles that make up electrons; the holon that presents charge, the spinon that presents spin and the orbiton that presents path. As pressure fluctuations in the gas stimulate pressure fluctuations in the crystal there is a collective excitation of bosons within the crystal as the waves propagate forcing free electrons (fermions) out of the crystal creating a negative quantum pressure attracting the fermions necessary to make another electron in the valence band. This is semi-conductor electrons and holes science & technology taken to a new level of power.

Current nuclear fusion work relates to using much larger composite fermions like Deuterium and Helium to generate electricity by generating heat that generates steam to drive turbines that generate electricity. By understanding the actual process of piezoelectricity we may have discovered solid state cold fusion at much lower energy levels. Current theory states that electrons are elemental fermions, a class of leptons that follow the Pauli Exclusion Principle. Even though electrons are half integer spin “elemental” fermions with negative charge, they can be precipitated by compositing their three quasi-particle wave functions in a quantum oscillator crystal lattice to mass produce electrons which by definition have individual thermodynamic relationships with the quantum reservoir but retain the spin, charge, and orbit of the previously produced electrons.

Again, the VAPER-ARC Reactor’s 6th Order non-linear passively-mechanically amplified high amplitude sound waves are stimulating the bulk modulus of the crystals that act as quantum energy condensers and pumps providing a supply of electrons for the useful lifetime of the crystals (4% loss of energy conversion efficiency every 10 years). The high frequency high voltage static electric discharge is then conditioned through multi-phased coupled inductors and transformers for immediate use or storage. Large sensor based systems experience line noise and electron drift that can set up resonance and harmonic currents. We have designed a system that capitalizes on these phenomenon instead of mitigating them. We are “fusing” the fermion wave-functions of an electron into an electron in the quantum wells of the aluminum-nitride crystals that are driven and pumped by the passively mechanically amplified acoustic waves.

This is mass manufacture of electrons analogous to injection molding in macroscopic manufacturing. Many questions remain: first, is the hysteresis of the set of three quantum vortices the “mold” dictating the spin, charge, and path of subsequent electrons? Second, can these manufactured electrons become entangled with others in a super-lattice and change signs and spin? What does that look like? Three, can we make adaptive heterogeneous complex crystalline mono-block systems with power generation, heat management and logic structures? The
answers to these questions represent the beginning of a new era in understanding ourselves, the energy we use and the cosmos to which we belong.

Dr. João Magueijo
The direct link to your Variable Speed of Light (VSL) Theory is this I think: If the universe is expanding as light slows down forcing the quantum vacuum to shed energy in the form of condensed matter that is expanding away from itself, is there a predicted local quantum pressure that could explain the rate of mass manufacture of electrons in large mono-crystalline piezoelectric chips. In essence, could my machine present the needed verifiable quantitative measurements of quantum energy being condensed to support the VSL?

I just watched your documentary “Einstein’s Biggest Blunder” and I realized that by generating such vast localized power that we would indeed be bending space-time while increasing the energy density at high frequencies. The higher energy density in the direction of motion and the lower energy density behind the vehicle would necessarily alter the local speed of light with reference to the warp bubble and space-time itself, but what about inside the warp bubble? Are we fundamentally turning a vehicle into a massive high energy fermion and quantum tunneling through space-time?

If so, is gravity really the driving force behind cosmological movement or is the electric universe and VSL responsible? Is mass a quantum illusion and gravity an artifact of temporal interaction? Does the Higgs Field endow Time instead of Mass? Is condensed matter physics barking up the wrong tree?

USPTO Patent Application 14/791400

ABSTRACT:
This acoustic energy harvester utilizes a unique non-linear resonator array including a unique active acoustic mirror to produce fifth order pressure wave amplification generating a cold ionized plasma that induces standing waves in multiple waveguides embedded in the harnesses attaching piezo-ceramics to interior resonator walls that stimulates the bulk modulus of third order amplifying monocrystalline piezoelectric chips and polycrystalline piezoelectric ceramics that translate the vibrational and photonic power through a gain medium into high frequency high voltage electric discharge conditioned through multiple multi-phased coupled inductors to tailor the frequency, phase and strength of the electrical charges that are then transformed from higher voltage, lower amperage electrical discharges into lower voltage, higher amperage electricity via step-down transformers, this conditioned electricity can be stored or conveyed for immediate use including the operation of the first electrically powered acoustic driver rendering this acoustic energy harvester self-sustaining for a period.

CLAIMS
I claim:
4.(NEW) An unique Acoustic Energy Harvesting (AEH) Device, and method of manufacture, that first mechanically amplifies induced sound pressure via multiple strongly coupled, non-linear resonator arrays, one of which functions as an active acoustic mirror, which then drives the other acoustic resonator arrays at higher Sound Pressure Levels (SPLs) stimulating the bulk modulus of at least one piezoelectric resonator mounted via an unique harness that has two waveguides, one along the length, X-axis, of the piezoelectric resonator to stimulate the Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) resonant frequency, and one waveguide along the depth, Z-axis, that stimulates the depth resonant frequency, thereby generating electrical charges, which are collected by a high-efficiency electrode in one of two forms, the first form being fabricated of mono-crystalline high-purity silver and the second form being mono-crystalline high-purity gold, fashioned as a spider-web-like matrix, facilitating maximum electric charge transmission from a piezoelectric-ceramic array, while simultaneously permitting the maximum exposure of the piezoelectric ceramic material to photons of any frequency in the known electromagnetic spectrum; the transmitted electrical charges are further conditioned through multiple multi-phased coupled inductors to tailor the frequency, phase and strength of the electrical charges that are then transformed from higher voltage, lower amperage electrical charges into lower voltage, higher amperage electricity via step-down transformers, this conditioned electricity can be stored in the onboard capacitors within the invention and used by the first electrically powered acoustic driver, rendering this acoustic energy harvester self-sustaining for a period of time, and conveyed without the invention supplying power for external systems for a period of time;

an enclosure in which is mounted a first acoustic driver, said first acoustic driver being both powered by at least one capacitor and driven by a microcontroller and frequency generator and having an external feedback loop for external control, and also having electrical power inputs from the AEH device’s electromagnetic induction circuits and in some embodiments from the AEH device’s contained piezo-ceramic resonator arrays generating electrical charges, these transmitted electrical charges are further conditioned through multiple multi-phased coupled inductors to tailor the frequency, phase and strength of the electrical charges that are then transformed from higher voltage, lower amperage electrical charges into lower voltage, higher amperage electricity via step-down transformers, this conditioned electricity can be stored in the onboard capacitors within the invention for immediate use by the first electrically powered acoustic driver rendering this acoustic energy harvester self-sustaining for a period;

said enclosure being connected to a first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the length of which is approximately twice the wavelength of the input pressure wave, whose smaller diameter is attached to the enclosure and having at its end opposite the enclosure, the larger diameter, a first tuning plunger operated both manually and automatically;

said first tuned, semi-conical closed-column resonator being connected in turn to a first tunable Helmholtz resonator at the end opposite the enclosure, mounted perpendicularly to the long axis of the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, having at its end farthest from the first tunable, closed-column resonator a tuning plunger that is operated both manually and automatically;

said first tunable Helmholtz resonator having one wall of its cavity that is fashioned as a passive radiator in one of two forms, the second form having three embodiments;

said passive radiator, having the first form, is a flexible passive oscillator comprising a poled piezoelectric polymer surround that generates small electric charges when it is deformed by changes in air pressure caused by the input pressure wave, these small and regular electric charges flow through attached fine wires that encircle multiple thin film ferromagnetic solenoids arrayed on either and both surfaces of the passive radiator tympanic membrane that transmit the input pressure wave from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the length of which is approximately the wavelength of the input pressure wave, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said thin-film ferromagnetic solenoids utilize the known physical properties of ferrous core electromagnets to increase the magnetic field by several orders over coiled wire alone, this increased oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator that is approximately the length of the wavelength of the input pressure wave;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the first of three embodiments, is a single circular permanent magnet oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the second of three embodiments is an array of permanent magnets contained within a single solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, amplifying the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the third of three embodiments is a solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) to power the first acoustic driver;

said second, tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the small diameter of which is attached to the first Helmholtz resonator on the wall housing the passive radiator, is approximately the length of the wavelength of the input pressure wave, and is tuned, via a tuning plunger, located opposite the passive radiator, that is operated both manually and automatically, to act as a dampener lowering the sound pressure level inside the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, which has the intentional effect of raising the sound pressure level in the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator and the other three strongly coupled Helmholtz resonator – passive radiator – tunable semi-conical closed-column resonator arrays, whereby functioning as an active acoustic mirror;

a second tunable Helmholtz resonator at the end opposite the enclosure, mounted perpendicularly to the long axis of the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, arrayed at a ninety degree interval clockwise from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator around the circumference of the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, having at its end farthest from the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator a tuning plunger that is operated both manually and automatically;

said second tunable Helmholtz resonator having one wall of its cavity that is fashioned as a passive radiator in one of two forms, the second form having three embodiments;

said passive radiator, having the first form, is a flexible passive oscillator comprising a poled piezoelectric polymer surround that generates small electric charges when it is deformed by changes in air pressure caused by the input pressure wave, these small and regular electric charges flow through attached fine wires that encircle multiple thin film ferromagnetic solenoids arrayed on either and both surfaces of the passive radiator tympanic membrane that transmit the input pressure wave from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the length of which is approximately the wavelength of the input pressure wave, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said thin-film ferromagnetic solenoids utilize the known physical properties of ferrous core electromagnets to increase the magnetic field by several orders over coiled wire alone, this increased oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator that is approximately the length of the wavelength of the input pressure wave;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the first of three embodiments, is a single circular permanent magnet oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the second of three embodiments is an array of permanent magnets contained within a single solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, amplifying the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the third of three embodiments is a solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the second tunable Helmholtz resonator to the third tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) to power the first acoustic driver;

said third, tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the small diameter of which is attached to the second Helmholtz resonator on the wall housing the passive radiator, is approximately ten percent longer than the wavelength of the input pressure wave and is tuned, via a tuning plunger, located opposite the passive radiator, that is operated both manually and automatically, to act as an amplifier raising the sound pressure level in the third tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

a third tunable Helmholtz resonator at the end opposite the enclosure, mounted perpendicular to the long axis of the first tunable, closed-column resonator, arrayed at a ninety degree interval clockwise from the second tunable Helmholtz resonator around the circumference of the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, having at its end farthest from the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator a tuning plunger that is operated both manually and automatically;

said third tunable Helmholtz resonator having one wall of its cavity that is fashioned as a passive radiator in one of two forms, the second form having three embodiments;

said passive radiator, having the first form, is a flexible passive oscillator comprising a poled piezoelectric polymer surround that generates small electric charges when it is deformed by changes in air pressure caused by the input pressure wave, these small and regular electric charges flow through attached fine wires that encircle multiple thin film ferromagnetic solenoids arrayed on either and both surfaces of the passive radiator tympanic membrane that transmit the input pressure wave from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the length of which is approximately the wavelength of the input pressure wave, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said thin-film ferromagnetic solenoids utilize the known physical properties of ferrous core electromagnets to increase the magnetic field by several orders over coiled wire alone, this increased oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator that is approximately the length of the wavelength of the input pressure wave;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the first of three embodiments, is a single circular permanent magnet oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the second of three embodiments is an array of permanent magnets contained within a single solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, amplifying the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the third of three embodiments is a solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the third tunable Helmholtz resonator to the fourth tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) to power the first acoustic driver;

said fourth, tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the small diameter of which is attached to the third Helmholtz resonator on the wall housing the passive radiator, is approximately ten percent longer than the wavelength of the input pressure wave and is tuned, via a tuning plunger, located opposite the passive radiator, that is operated both manually and automatically, to act as an amplifier raising the sound pressure level in the fourth tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

a fourth tunable Helmholtz resonator at the end opposite the enclosure, mounted perpendicular to the long axis of the first tunable, closed-column resonator, arrayed at a ninety degree interval clockwise from the second tunable Helmholtz resonator around the circumference of the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, having at its end farthest from the first tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator a tuning plunger that is operated both manually and automatically;

said fourth tunable Helmholtz resonator having one wall of its cavity that is fashioned as a passive radiator in one of two forms, the second form having three embodiments;

said passive radiator, having the first form, is a flexible passive oscillator comprising a poled piezoelectric polymer surround that generates small electric charges when it is deformed by changes in air pressure caused by the input pressure wave, these small and regular electric charges flow through attached fine wires that encircle multiple thin film ferromagnetic solenoids arrayed on either and both surfaces of the passive radiator tympanic membrane that transmit the input pressure wave from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the length of which is approximately the wavelength of the input pressure wave, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said thin-film ferromagnetic solenoids utilize the known physical properties of ferrous core electromagnets to increase the magnetic field by several orders over coiled wire alone, this increased oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator to the second tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator that is approximately the length of the wavelength of the input pressure wave;
said passive radiator, having the second form and the first of three embodiments, is a single circular permanent magnet oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the second of three embodiments is an array of permanent magnets contained within a single solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, amplifying the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the third of three embodiments is a solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the fourth tunable Helmholtz resonator to the fifth tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) to power the first acoustic driver;

said fifth, tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator, the small diameter of which is attached to the fourth Helmholtz resonator on the wall housing the passive radiator, is approximately ten percent longer than the wavelength of the input pressure wave and is tuned, via a tuning plunger, located opposite the passive radiator, that is operated both manually and automatically, to act as an amplifier raising the sound pressure level in the fifth tunable, semi-conical closed-column resonator;

at least one piezoelectric ceramic array mounted via an unique mounting harness that has two waveguides, one along the length, X-axis, of the piezoelectric resonator to stimulate the Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) resonant frequency of the mounted piezoelectric ceramic, and one waveguide along the depth, Z-axis, that stimulates the depth resonant frequency of the mounted piezoelectric ceramic, within the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth tunable, closed-column resonators, as well as placed within the first, second, third, and fourth tunable Helmholtz resonators, placed, according to calculations, to translate the mechanically amplified acoustic and photonic power into the desired amount of electric discharges, which are collected by high-efficiency electrodes in one of two forms, the first form being fabricated of mono-crystalline high-purity silver and the second form being mono-crystalline high-purity gold, fashioned as a spider-web-like matrix, facilitating maximum electric charge transmission from a piezoelectric ceramic array, while simultaneously permitting the maximum exposure of the piezoelectric ceramic material to photons of any frequency in the known electromagnetic spectrum.

5.(NEW) A piezoelectric ceramic mounted to an unique mounting harness that has two waveguides, one along the length, X-axis, of the piezoelectric resonator to stimulate the Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) resonant frequency of the mounted piezoelectric ceramic, and one waveguide along the depth, Z-axis, that stimulates the depth resonant frequency of the mounted piezoelectric ceramic, thereby generating electrical discharges which are collected by a high-efficiency electrode in one of two forms, the first form being fabricated of mono-crystalline high-purity silver and the second form being mono-crystalline high-purity gold, fashioned as a spider-web-like matrix, facilitating maximum electric charge transmission from a piezo-ceramic array, while simultaneously permitting the maximum exposure of the piezo-ceramic material to photons of any frequency in the known electromagnetic spectrum;

said high-efficiency electrode in one of two forms, the first form being fabricated of mono-crystalline high-purity silver and the second form being mono-crystalline high-purity gold, fashioned as a spider-web-like matrix facilitating maximum electric charge transmission to a piezo-ceramic array, while simultaneously permitting the optimal emission of photons from the piezo-ceramic material.

6.(NEW) A passive radiator, having two forms, the second form having three embodiments; the first form, is a flexible passive oscillator comprising a poled piezoelectric polymer surround that generates small electric charges when it is deformed by changes in air pressure caused by the input pressure wave, these small and regular electric charges flow through attached fine wires that encircle multiple thin film ferromagnetic solenoids arrayed on either and both surfaces of the passive radiator tympanic membrane that transmit the input pressure wave from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to a tunable transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said thin-film ferromagnetic solenoids utilize the known physical properties of ferrous core electromagnets to increase the magnetic field by several orders over coiled wire alone, this increased oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the first of three embodiments, is a single circular permanent magnet oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the second of three embodiments is an array of permanent magnets contained within a single solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, amplifying the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the third of three embodiments is a solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices.

REMARKS

The following material supports my claims regarding the operability of the present invention and includes screen shots of the data and test setup for the computer models. Furthermore, as assistance was rendered by a National Laboratory via the New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program, the engineer, who built the computer models, is contractually disallowed from swearing an affidavit that could be seen as product promotion, but, he has assured me that the topology and parameters are correct, and thus, my results are valid. See attached illustrations and screenshots.

Linear (mathematically predictable) acoustic resonance is a well understood phenomenon that includes standing waves, traveling waves and harmonic overtones. This invention makes use of standing waves and harmonic overtones to acoustically lens input pressure waves, thereby increasing the energy density in particular areas contained within the interior resonator volume, the antinodes, while lowering the energy density in other areas, the node(s). In particular, the first and second ends of a full wavelength transmission resonator contain the antinodes of the standing wave and experience the highest pressure and the lowest wave velocity, while the center of the resonator contains the node of the standing wave and experiences the lowest pressure and the highest wave velocity.

The present invention utilizes this well known phenomenon to acoustically drive a semi -conical transmission resonator that is twice the wavelength of the input pressure wave creating three antinodes and two nodes. The antinodes are the areas of highest pressure and the nodes are the areas of lowest pressure. The antinodes of the standing wave are at the first end, where the first acoustic driver is located, in the center and at the second end of the first transmission resonator. There is a commensurate increase in Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in the antinode locations that corresponds to the decreased energy at the node locations.

This increased energy represented by the increased SPLs at the antinode at the second end of the first semi-conical transmission resonator then acoustically drives four attached tunable Helmholtz resonators having one wall of their cavities fashioned as a passive radiator, having two forms, the second form having three embodiments;

the first form, is a flexible passive oscillator comprising a poled piezoelectric polymer surround that generates small electric charges when it is deformed by changes in air pressure caused by the input pressure wave, these small and regular electric charges flow through attached fine wires that encircle multiple thin film ferromagnetic solenoids arrayed on either and both surfaces of the passive radiator tympanic membrane that transmit the input pressure wave from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to a tunable transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the tunable Helmholtz resonator;

said thin-film ferromagnetic solenoids utilize the known physical properties of ferrous core electromagnets to increase the magnetic field by several orders over coiled wire alone, this increased oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the first of three embodiments, is a single circular permanent magnet oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the first tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the second of three embodiments is an array of permanent magnets contained within a single solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, amplifying the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices;

said passive radiator, having the second form and the third of three embodiments is a solid state piezo-electromagnetic ceramic tympanic disc, created using Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and Physical Vapor Transport (PVT), doping the metal-nitride with transition metals to generate magnetic fields when acted upon by external stress, oscillating in a near frictionless cylindrical housing allowing freedom of movement along the long axis of said cylindrical housing, the length of the throw of the passive radiator is partially determined by the amplitude and frequency of the pressure wave emanating from the tunable Helmholtz resonator;

the oscillating magnetic field is translated into electric charges by an induction coil embedded in and surrounding the physical connection from the tunable Helmholtz resonator to the tunable, transmission resonator, and, in some embodiments, the housing that separates the enclosure from an open room;

said electric charges are further conveyed by attached insulated conductors to multiple multi-phase coupled inductors to tailor the phase frequency and strength of the electricity that is then conveyed to and stored within the onboard capacitor(s) and conveyed without the invention to provide electric power for external systems and devices.

To answer the false allegation of inoperability due to a perceived violation of Thermodynamics, I have prepared a brief primer on the electro-quantum dynamics of the piezoelectric effect as electronic fusion. However, the short answer is that much like vacuum tubes were the first electrical amplifiers that used thermionic emission to increase electrical power without violating Thermodynamics due to their degradation as the material of the hot cathode deteriorated, so too does the present invention lose efficiency in transduction through a gain medium embodied by piezo-ceramics as the piezoelectric materials lose approximately four percent (4%) of their power translation abilities every ten years.

The rate of degradation of the piezo-ceramics increases proportionately as one increases the input power and therefore the output power of the system. The size, volume and composition of the piezoelectric ceramics used depends on the power needs of the specific application. For greatest power per unit volume and mass, I designed a monocrystalline 160kV Aluminum-Nitride chip that is 4.00cm x 4.00cm x 3.00mm whose Surface Acoustic Wave natural resonant frequency is approximately 3.645879 MHz and whose depth resonant frequency is approximately 2.072312 MHz.

The present invention does not violate the Laws of Thermodynamics, much like vacuum tubes did not and solid state amplifiers do not, but it is the most efficient way of harvesting resonant energy across several interacting, reinforcing systems. And just like everything else it will eventually stop working as designed and require routine maintenance to include fresh piezoelectric ceramics and the moving parts and their housings degraded by wear. Thank you.

Claim Support Image 1. Letter from LANL confirming the work done.

Claim Support Image 2.
This is the schematic diagram from the computer model for the unique active acoustic mirror that exponentially passively mechanically amplifies the input pressure wave.

Claim Support Image 3. Acoustic Mirror data showing a 101.62 watt input producing a 164.49dB SPL equivalent to 28,119.00 watts per square meter.

Claim Support Image 4. The graph in this image shows the pressure, velocity and power across the acoustic mirror system. The data at the bottom shows the SPL at significant points across the acoustic mirror and the SPL reduction inside the second semi-conical transmission resonator.

Claim Support Image 6. This is a screenshot showing the conversion from SPL to sound pressure and sound intensity in watts per square meter showing 28,119.00 watts per square meter using the free calculator at:
http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-soundlevel.htm

Claim Support Image 7. This is the schematic of the full VAPER-ARC Reactor.

Claim Support Image 8.
In this screenshot of my data for the full invention, one can clearly see that the input power was 530.54 watts and that the resultant Sound Pressure Level calculated at the small diameter end of the first semi-conical transmission resonator was 171.66dB which corresponds to a power intensity level of 146,554.78 watts per square meter.

Claim Support Images 9 and 10. These are screenshots of the data for the full invention showing a system high SPL inside the three Helmholtz resonators attached to the three amplifying full wavelength semi-conical transmission resonators. The SPL is 186.38dB equivalent to a sound intensity of 4.345 megawatts per square meter.

Claim Support Image 11. This is a screenshot showing the conversion from SPL to sound pressure and sound intensity in watts per square meter showing 4.345 megawatts per square meter using the free calculator at:
http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-soundlevel.htm

USPTO Patent Application 14/791417

Abstract:
This unique acoustic refrigeration system utilizes a unique non-linear resonator array including a unique active acoustic mirror to produce fifth order pressure wave amplification generating a cold ionized plasma contained within the resonating chambers of the acoustic refrigeration system. Furthermore, at least one secondary amplifying transmission resonator is augmented by the addition of an axial regenerating stack acoustic refrigerator that is coupled to external working fluid systems to transport heat away from the hot heat exchanger and to transport cooled working fluid away from the cold heat exchanger and in some embodiments at least one of the secondary transmission resonators will have two hot heat exchangers and one cold heat exchanger rendering single acoustic refrigeration system two-stage gas liquefaction possible.

Claims
I claim;
4. (New) A unique acoustic refrigeration system utilizing a unique non-linear resonator array including a unique active acoustic mirror to produce fifth order pressure wave amplification, which, at high amplitudes, generates a cold ionized plasma contained within the resonating chambers of the acoustic refrigeration system. Furthermore, at least one secondary amplifying transmission resonator is augmented by the addition of an axial regenerating stack acoustic refrigerator that is coupled to external working fluid systems to transport heat away from the hot heat exchanger and to transport cooled working fluid away from the cold heat exchanger and in some embodiments at least one of the secondary transmission resonators will have two hot heat exchangers, one at each end of the secondary transmission resonator, and one cold heat exchanger, in the center of the secondary transmission resonator, rendering single acoustic refrigeration system two-stage gas liquefaction possible;

said unique acoustic refrigeration system utilizes a unique non-linear resonator array including a unique active acoustic mirror to produce fifth order pressure wave amplification generating a cold ionized plasma contained within the resonating chambers of the acoustic refrigeration system;

said acoustic refrigeration system being driven by the preceding non-linear resonator array can generate sound pressure levels (SPLs) high enough to generate a cold ionized plasma in the secondary amplifying transmission resonators,

said cold ionized plasma acting upon the axial regenerating stack acoustic refrigerator at the hot heat exchanger generates heat that is removed by a coupled, external working fluid system,

said axial regenerating stack acoustic refrigerator coupled to an additional external working fluid system removes cooled fluid away from the cold heat exchanger of the acoustic refrigeration system;

furthermore, in some embodiments, at least one secondary amplifying transmission resonator containing an axial regenerating stack acoustic refrigerator has two hot heat exchangers, one at each end of the secondary transmission resonator, coupled to external working fluid systems and one cold heat exchanger connected to an additional working fluid system.

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