We're Connecting The Future

Signal / Noise Solutions

Our software algorithm, Focus, is solving the most challenging connectivity issues for critical communication signals: sound, imaging, wifi, bluetooth, cellular.




We’ve been thrust into the information age at break-neck speed. The problem is, random and incomplete data called “noise” hounds our systems and puts a limit on our capabilities. Our information even gets muddied by the hardware in our devices themselves!

Solving the most challenging connectivity issues for critical communication signals such as WiFi and cellular, enhancing performance of devices such as hearing aids, and much more.



Better. Faster. Stronger.

Our devices need increased accuracy and clearer communication to keep up with humanity's advancements. An approach focusing on improving the signal, rather than decreasing the noise can help take our technology to that next level.

"The human brain is truly a marvel, confounding science at every turn. What we do know, and can demonstrate, is how the brain subconsciously uses echoes and reverberations to retrieve the most information possible. Our ADC filter, Focus, allows our computers to hear like humans by mimicking this process in real-time,introducing new possibilities to 'improve the way humanity hears itself'".

Remington Griffin
Founder of S/N







The Focus Algorithm

Focus provides real-time SNR improvement of all data types. Implemented as a series of digital filters in the ADC, Focus is lightweight and effective. It's fundamental role in the intake of information makes it's benefits universal. 


Sound quality is vital in videos, phone calls, and all other recordings. it's a fundamental sense that explains so much of the world we're trying to capture and transfer with our technology.


Imaging could be accurately described as the most vital sense, and as such, is our most attune sense. Higher detail imaging capabilities will unlock more of the world around us than ever before.


Radio Frequencies are the bread and butter of how we communicate, and transfer information long distances. Strengthening our signals, allowing them to travel further, and carry more information, will connect our world together better than ever


Continued Research and Development is one of our top priorities. What we have created is revolutionary but it’s only the starting point for pioneering a new school of thought on waveform manipulation, digital signal processing, and physics.



Our patented technology can increase signal quality and extend signal range for various markets, products, and applications. Some of which are...

Base 3D Room

Improved SNR brings better quality reception at the same distance, and the same level of reception at further distances.


Wifi results are similar to those of cellular technology, as they are different takes on the same RF technology.


Bluetooth is also similar to other RF applications. An added benefit to all of these RF technologies comes from Focus' abilities to better define bandwidth, cutting down on bleeding from neighboring frequencies.

Hearing Aids

Originally designed for the human hearing range, Focus provides a more natural sounding output,correcting for quirks resulting from the digitization process, reducing the amount of mental fatigue on users. In some hearing aids, focus can even recreate some frequencies lost in the capture process.

Consumer Electronics

The same concepts can be applied to a virtually endless number of consumer products. The fight against noise is important to virtually all electronic devices. Our simple and cheap solution can increase quality of life levels across the globe. 


Improved SNR in radar not only makes for more sharper radar images, but also allows radar to perform better in high-noise environments like haze, fog, and clouds. 


See the Results

Starkey Hearing Aid Example

This test is on the human hearing range. Stay tuned/ scroll down for more dramatic results higher up in the RF frequencies.

The increase of the red and yellow “signal” hotspots from the first to the second image - most notably in the 9,000-12,000hz frequency range where the algorithm almost seems to recreate lost information.
The ledger at the top right, especially the SNR. The difference in decibels increases from 3 decibels before, to 9 decibels after the algorithm. Six decibels of increase is impressive, but this is a reading from the tiny white square in the center of the graphs: hardly a point where meaningful information is being transmitted.

Also, this test is only on the human hearing range. The results only become more dramatic in the Radio Frequency spectrum.


5G Results

We utilize a program called GNU Radio, a virtual playground used world-wide by software and radio engineers to test, develop, and implement new products in this sphere. With it, we generate a signal in the millimeter wavelength spectrum, along with some noise, to simulate 5G cellular reception.Then, we can change the SNR settings (increasing and decreasing interfering noise) and watch how the algorithm handles the information. The results are quite dramatic! Our signal becomes sharp and focused when the algorithm is turned on which means better, faster, and more reliable data. There is virtually no visible change in SNR regardless of the amount of noise introduced to the system.

The signal is represented by the solid yellow bar, and absence of information is represented by the color blue, and noise is the sporadic yellow dots sprinkled throughout the graph. Remember: both waterfall graphs are linked with each other, and run simultaneously.

Research and Theory

More Resources

Below are some papers and documents for the more technically-minded readers to dive into.Please contact us below if you know of any pertinent links to share with us!

Study on acoustic theory and reverberations in a room.