Tone Spectrum and Patent Pending Alpha and Beta Tones
Inaudible Spectrum and Patent Pending Varied Rate, Range and Tones
InAudible Tones Ranges (13 Total)
8khz, 10khz, 12khz, 14khz, 15khz, 16khz, 17khz, 17.4khz, 18khz, 19khz, 20khz, 21khz, 22khz
The initial spectrum of inaudible tone combinations not including intervals or varied tones encompasses just under half a million tones. The inclusion of our patent pending assignable varied tone rate, varied tone range and varied tone interval’s used in the inaudible tone range assignment process, unlocks a limitless combination of inaudible data points. Our patent pending process also covers a selected tone range and modulation rate reserved for individuals with disabilities.
Inaudible Alpha and Beta Tone Assignment Process
Through the Web Access patent pending process of inaudible Alpha and Beta tone assignment, additional implementations are possible, ranging from the Security and Safety of Human and Living Assets to inventory asset tracking, hospital and patient monitoring, natural disaster preparation, pet registration and monitoring, livestock tracking, medical event monitoring, gun registration and more.
Inaudible Alpha and Beta Tone Unification
Through the Web Access patent pending process of inaudible Alpha and Beta tone unification we are able to unlock additional capabilities that can be used in a variety of unified and de-unified tone tracking and sensing implementations. The tones when unified create a distinct tone chorus and can the removal of a tone be distinguished as de-unified or unified when in proximity of a linked group of tones.