Below are the specifications we determined for the Wireless Information Integration project and the FDIA, compared with current technology.
The following are options we considered but rejected:
Direct Neural Interface: Reading your Mind
Some paralysis patients use cranial chips to communicate electronically, but justifying this invasive technology would be difficult.
Alternate Storage: Scrapping Solid State
Hard drives break from mechanical wear; solid-state storage looses reliability after a million read-write cycles; dynamic RAM loses data during power loss.
Universal Antennae: One Wavelength Fits All?
The broad range of frequencies required to encompass all wireless signals rendered universal high-gain antennas unrealistic.
Here are also visual representations and diagrams (prototypes) explaining Wireless Information Integration technology.
Global Area Network: Click on the pictures for larger diagrams.
Flat Display Information Assistant
Click on the Icons below to see prototype animations.