- Posted July 12, 2012 by
LRAD® (Long Range Acoustic Device™), HSS Hypersonic Sound Technology
"What makes the LRAD product unique is its ability to transmit your message with exceptional voice intelligibility and tonal clarity in a highly directional beam, even with significant ambient noise. The directionality of the LRAD device reduces the risk of exposing nearby personnel or peripheral bystanders to harmful audio levels."
"Think about the ability to focus sound into a crowd of people on a football field and talk only to a selected few." -- Ultrasound, beyond the hearing level, used to create audible sound
HSS Hypersonic Sound Technology and sound technology like the LRAD system are being used by organized crime to target citizens in there own homes from neighboring homes.
It is used to sleep deprive targeted citizens, and combined with criminal harassment participant in public places who add adrenaline and stress to high levels of sleep deprivation. To destroy a person's health over a long period of time and to eliminate their means of subsistence, if you can't sleep you cannot function. High levels of sleep deprivation prevents healing and recovery, linked to premature aging, and increases the risk of cancer.
During criminal allegations proceedings it is used for criminal harassment, threats, intimidation, and high levels of sleep deprivation before important appearances in court. It is used for provocation combined with police surveillance and communication interception.
This type of technology used to target citizens in their own homes is combined with another technology used to target citizens in their own homes, radiation technology and powerful radar linked to deadly cancers such as lung cancer and leukemia.
HSS Hypersonic Sound
"Elwood "Woody" Norris, founder and Chairman of American Technology Corporation (ATC), announced he had successfully created a device which achieved ultrasound transmission of sound in 1996. ATC named and trademarked their device as "HyperSonic Sound" (HSS). In February 1998, HSS was named the Best of What's New for 1997 by readers of Popular Science. In December 2002, Popular Science named HyperSonic Sound the best invention of 2002. Norris received the 2005 Lemelson-MIT Prize for his invention of a "hypersonic sound". ATC (now named LRAD Corporation) spun off the technology to Parametric Sound Corporation in September 2010 to focus on their Long Range Acoustic Device products (LRAD), according to their quarterly reports, press releases and executive statements."