Since his immigration to the US in the 1980s, Dr. Smirnov has been very concerned about the increasing use of wireless technologies and their wide applications. As a highly trained bio-‐physicist, he is well acquainted and understood the harmful effects of EMR and how to negate the hazard.
Living in San Diego , the bio-‐valley of US , Dr. Smirnov had access to the most advance laboratories and testing facilities in the world. It was an opportune time for him to develop and test his theories and methods of protecting our cellular structure’s signal transduction against the disruptive interference of EMR on our cells.
Certified R&D laboratories like Nemko Global Service, Molecular Diagnostic Services, RF Exposure Lab, MET Laboratories are some examples of facilities that Dr. Smirnov used to test the efficacy of WaveRider.
Interestingly, these are some of the main labs used by cell phone manufacturers to validate their hardwares and softwares.
After more than 10 years of research and development, Dr. Smirnov was awarded USPTO Patent No. 8,044,376:
"Devices & methods for protection against exposure to electromagnetic radiation" in 2011.
Quick Guide to WaveRider
The WaveRider is a stand-‐alone device and it includes a housing, a solenoid operably connected to a driver and a polymer. The polymer is made of polymeric material of fractal matrix composed of nano-‐circles that includes a polar matrix, an oxidated hydrocarbon emulsifier, a galvanic salt, a dye or stain, and a polysaccharide. The solenoid generates incident radiation which excites the polymer. The fractal matrix polymer of nano-‐circles begins emitting frequencies of the noise field range that counter adverse effects associated with a subject's exposure to the electromagnetic radiation.
Specifications of the WaveRider