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Don Bell's Self-Charging Cell Phone
Dallas inventor, Donald Bell, who said he recently received $5
claims to be rolling out a mechanism for enabling a cell phone to stay charged,
by harnessing power from the surrounding radio waves. He could use someone who
could help with the business, technical, and strategy aspects of rolling
something like this out.
My daughter, Aubrie, demonstrates Don Bell's CFL
lamp that he sent me last September.
Label says "Prototype 1B"
Pure Energy Systems News
In October, we wrote a story: Free Energy for the Downcast --
"One Man's Trash..." Revolution Commencing about an inventor, Donald
Bell, down in Dallas, Texas, who has three technologies he's rolling out to make energy more affordable. That story mentioned in passing that Bell has a self-charging cell phone that harnesses power from radio waves using what he claims to be the Farfield effect.
Not long after we published that story, Bell said he was fortunate to have a benefactor pay him $5 million for his research and development and product launch efforts. As an expression of gratitude for the role we played in that, he said he would send us a check.
Meanwhile, Bell is planning on launching a major publicity campaign about his self-charging cell phone. He said that on December 12, he's going to be doing a press conference with the National Press Club.
Bell said that the correspondent he talked to there said that his invention could be the most significant development in electronics in the past 100 years.
I don't know if "self-charging" is the most accurate way to describe it, since the modification they make to the phone enables the battery to stay charged by harnessing energy from the radio frequency spectrum in a clever way.
Bell describes it as a Tesla generator system to harness radio signals. He calls it Radio-Enabled, Small-Signal Electricity, or RESSE, in which he tunes into the NIST radio station, WWDB, because it is always on. These are tapped and amplified to float-charge a battery using Farfield effects.
Bell's company takes a Russian-manufactured phone and modifies it for sale, to be adopted into an existing carrier plan. Or they can take an existing phone of another make/model and modify it. They are not in the business of providing carrier service.
The same technology has many other applications as well -- for all wireless electronic devices, including laptop computers and potentially even televisions/DVD players as well. But Bell chose to tackle cell phones first, due to their low level of energy consumption.
He said he has a company in California that is doing his manufacturing. Supposedly, they have received more than 100,000 orders for the long-lasting, battery-powered CFL lamp that we reported on in our last story.
In a recent call to me, he said that a representative from K-Mart and Sears showed strong interest in introducing his product to those stores.
"Mr Bell, if you're ready to go with this product, we would like to sell it and install it and be a part of this major breakthrough."
I've not been able to verify any of this, other than his CFL lamp that he sent me, which I reported on in our October story.
My purpose in writing this is to serve as a classified ad of sorts to see if maybe one of our readers in the Dallas area might be interested in helping Don launch all these great ideas. My perception, from a distance, is that he has a lot to offer, but he needs business help, technology help, strategy help, and receptionist help.
Of all the times he said he would send me something by email, he has never followed through. Nor has he received the emails I've sent him. He doesn't do email -- in this age of electronic communication. He's one of those people who prefers to meet in person or talk to people on the phone.
It seems to me that he needs someone to come along and help him get more grounded.
Just briefly, here are a few things about Don. He was the first black regional service manager for J.C. Penny;
and the first black regional service manager for Yellow Cab, becoming the top technical person on
their dispatch computer system. Though a democrat, he served as the Dallas Ft.
Worth campaign manager for Bill Clements, the first Republican governor in Texas
since Reconstruction; and he has met Reagan, Ford, Dole and other political
dignitaries. When he wakes up in the morning, he does 200 push-ups. Growing up,
his mother did not complain about the country but instilled in him a love of
America and desire to serve.
|If I was Helping Don
Here are a few things I would pay attention to if I was helping
- Get him a secretary / receptionist / email screener / accountant.
- Get him some good legal advice about his intellectual property,
and get some patent filings under way.
- Set up third party testing of his technology.
- Give him advice about product roll-out for his ambient charging
- Give him some good marketing strategy advice.
- Get a website set up.
- Help him get a business plan written up.
- Populate his business with talented directorship.
- Get engineering help to characterize, optimize the technology in
Don's family had a small fire in their home yesterday, and are in process of
cleaning/sorting through the damage, so don't expect an immediate response.
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