Patent application title: RF and EM Field Shield and Electrical Generator
Walter J. Bubien, Jr. (Saint Johns, AZ, US)
Multiple Access Communication LLC
IPC8 Class: AH02J300FI
Class name: Electrical transmission or interconnection systems plural load circuit systems
Publication date: 2012-06-07
Patent application number: 20120139340
The RF (Radio Frequency) and EM (Electro Magnetic) Field Shield and
Electrical Generator is an apparatus for shielding the user of an
electrical device from electrical frequency generated internally from the
device during normal operations while at the same time absorbing the
unproductive fields generated internally or available from external
fields for conversion to an electrical current that can be utilized to
provide recycled and captured electrical current to the device.
Additionally with increased size applied to the apparatus as a
stand-alone converter that can provide electrical current to a number of
electrical devices, or an external power grid.
1. A method of shielding the user from electrical frequency generated
internally from an electrical device while at the same time absorbing the
unproductive RF and EM electronic fields generated for conversion to an
electric current that can be utilized to provide recycled electrical
current to the device while assisting in the charging of the device
2. In the event an electrical device is drawing its operating electrical current from a power grid, the means to feed recycled electrical current back into the grid or the recycled electrical current back to the device to reduce the electrical device's draw from the external power grid;
3. A method of absorbing ambient geographically sensitive unproductive external electronic fields such as Radio Frequency and Electro Magnetic fields available for conversion to an electric current that can be utilized by a, or a number of electrical devices, or the electric current delivered to an external power grid.
FIELD OF THE INVENTION
 This invention relates generally to a method of shielding the user of an electrical device from electrical frequency generated internally from the device during normal operations while at the same time absorbing the unproductive electronic fields generated for conversion to an electric current that can be utilized to provide recycled electrical current to the device while assisting in the charging of the device battery when in use and when not in use continue to charge the battery from ambient RF and EM fields that may be absorbed from eternal sources.
DESCRIPTION OF THE RELATED ART
 The related art, as exemplified in U.S. Patent; Cohen; Marc H.--U.S. Pat No. 7,400,253--Jul. 15, 2008 relates in part to RF and EM harvesting but primarily by design, external source RF/EM harvesting of a "specific limited purpose" without shielding the same from the user wherein the: RF and EM Field Shield and Electrical Generator primarily absorbs internal source RF and EM field collection for device utilization acting by design as a RF and EM shield for the user. Additionally the method of the instant invention to transform RF and EM fields to an electrical current for utilization is unique and has commercial electrical production capabilities for general-purpose larger scale utilization.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
 The invention herein disclosed comprises composite layers of materials of which in design can be of several different but specific material of which if utilized having desired properties. The outside layer can utilize materials with specific properties that allow RF and EM energy to pass through to be utilized by the center core composite that is excited by the RF and EM energy. Once RF and EM energy passes through the outside layer to the core material, the outer layer then on its interior-side being in contact with the core has the property of acting as an inbound directional path for the RF and EM energy reflecting the same and thus amplifying the RF and EM energy further exciting the core layer which can be in a liquid, jelled, or solid state responsive to polarity excitement. The specific materials utilized in the core layer when excited by the RF and EM energy will produce by its excitement by RF and EM energy an electrical current which in turn is collected via contact connection to an electrical current AC converter/regulator standardizing the electrical current voltage to be utilized to charge the electrical device's battery. Additionally at the same time by absorbing and capturing the RF and EM energy generated internally by the electrical device being used, act as a shield to the user from adverse effects RF and EM energy fields generated by the electrical device may have on the user.
 A still further object of the present invention is if utilized as a stand-alone larger scale apparatus of varying size and configuration design of the same to absorb ambient geographically sensitive unproductive electronic fields such as Radio Frequency and Electro Magnetic fields ambient and available in nature and or external commercially generated for conversion to an electric current that can be utilized by a, or a number of electrical devices, or the electric current generated by the apparatus delivered by the invention to an external power grid.
 With these and other objects in view which will more readily appear as the nature of the invention is better understood, the invention consists in the novel combination and assembly of parts hereinafter more fully described, illustrated and claimed with reference being made to the attached drawings.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
 as previously filed in U.S. patent application Ser. No. 12/218,527--RF and EM Field Shield and Electrical Generator
 FIG. 4 is a block diagram as an example of the RF and EM Field Shield and Electrical Generator utilized in an electrical device, the MAC Cell Phone, and is referenced as #700. The AC converter/regulator referenced as #25 converting and regulating electrical current from #700 to the battery #27
 FIG. 3 is a block diagram as an example of the RF and EM Field Shield and Electrical Generator utilized in an electrical device, the MAC Cell Phone base station, and is referenced as #700A. The AC converter/regulator referenced as #LVPR332 converting and regulating electrical current from #700A to the battery #27A
DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT
 Referring to FIGS. 3 and 4, #700 and 700A are composed of layered materials responsive of achieving the desired results of freely passing RF and EM energy through the outer layer to excite and be captured by the core layer composed of layered materials responsive of achieving the desired results of exciting said core material for the production of an electric current. Different materials of varying thickness and composition can be used to achieve the desired results of which the instant invention uses without material composition and design limitation to achieve the desired results;
 The electrical current generated from the core of 700 and 700A is then utilized by AC Power Converter/Regulator 25 and LVPR 332 to benefit charging of rechargeable battery 27 and 27A extending the operating time of an electrical device utilizing electrical current drawn from said rechargeable battery;
 If the electrical device is not in use, the core of 700 and 700A will collect and convert external RF and EM energy that may be available to charge the rechargeable battery of the electronic device;
 The application of 700 and 700A as a stand-alone design of larger scale and configuration can be utilized commercially to capture and convert strictly external RF and EM energy to produce AC electrical current connected to an appropriately scaled up #25 and/or LVPR 332 for use by a, or a number of electrical devices, or the electric current generated by the invention through an appropriately scaled up version #25 and/or LVPR 332 to an external power grid.
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