Ancilia technology is based on the initial concept of a conductive component manufactured in a specific shape that has the ability to reorder the diffusion spectrum of the electromagnetic waves. The issue is to get a maximum result in terms of brain/body protection and a minimum impact on phone performance. This is precisely the main breakthrough that comes with Ancilia technology. Ancilia design, architecture and manufacturing process are the three specification series that have to be combined together in a certain way in order to get a rejection of electromagnetic waves that come out of a cell phone towards the phone user. What we get is a unique dephasing/mirroring effect that reduces SAR up to 98% while the phone works normally.
- Ancilia does not decrease the quality of the reception/emission signal in standard use.
- Ancilia is compliant with Specific Absorption Rate (SAR*) standards in terms of measurement of protection performance.
- Ancilia is certified up to 98% performance in terms of SAR reduction.
- In some circumstances, Ancilia technology lowers the SAR down to 100%, which is worldwide exclusive.
* Certified measurements provided by CETECOM, a German accredited testing laboratory (DAR registration number 176--9)
Tests successfully conducted according to European Standard CENELEC EN 50 360(2)
SAR test measures mobile phones radiations using the only scientific protocol that is recognized by all market actors, including governments.
Dephasium Corp. (DPHS) confirmed today that it has completed the acquisition of the ANCILIA patent and trademark, Registration Number 4,085,620 (the “Assets”). In return for the Assets, the Company issued to Dephasium, Ltd., a United Kingdom limited partnership, 70,000,000 shares of its restricted common stock. The negotiations leading up to the acquisition were at arms length and prior to the acquisition, the owners of the United Kingdom partnership had no relation with the Company. The Company valued the acquisition of the assets at $1.2 million. The acquisition and the closing were reported in the Company's 8-K's as filed with the SEC on March 5, 2013 and April 18, 2013.
During the first quarter of 2013, approximately 407.8 million iPhones have been sold and Samsung has sold more than 100 million of its Galaxy S mobile phones in two years and seven months (source:webandroid.fr).
Since 2006, Dephasium Ltd. has launched a program of research and development to become the leader in the field of people protection against electromagnetic waves emitted by mobile phones. Dephasium Ltd. has succeeded in developing an Ancilia product that it believes protects up to 98% of electromagnetic waves issued by cell phones. This conclusion is based upon the results of technology tests administered by Cetecom ICT Services and included in its written report dated August 10, 2009.
In making this announcement, J. Francisco Terreforte, President of the Company, said, “We are very excited about the acquisition of the technology and we are looking forward to working with our counterparts across the Atlantic Ocean to sell these products in the United States and Canada.”
Dephasium recently acquired the U.S. Ancilia trademark and patent from Dephasium, Ltd. and with its intended commercialization of that product, intends to become the leader in the field of people protection against electromagnetic waves emitted by mobile phones.
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