Introduction and Hypothesis:
Since the onset of measurable time and the industrial revolution, mathematicians, scientists, and technologists have been making progress developing ways to technologically generate motion as efficiently and effectively as natural phenomena generate motion.
Measurement of time is the basis for generating technological motion. The time-dependent reference and the static number system, currently used by modern science and technology, is not sophisticated enough to achieve exact measurement of time. This shortcoming of the measurement system leads to limited results and compounding unintended consequences.
Coherence Industries has developed a way to override the shortcomings of static number systems and approximation in measurement for modern technologies. By reducing noise on the ground, Coherence Technology reduces impedance and measurement uncertainty, to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of electrical and electronic circuits and systems.
Coherence Technology's approach to increasing measurement resolution, improves performance and increases efficiency from the ground up for new and existing systems. It has been shown to increase accuracy and precision simultaneously. This means it increases signal integrity and resolution together, while also increasing phase coherence, coherence time, conductivity, continuity, and compatibility through complex systems.
This new approach of providing access to a time-independent reference inherent within measurable time, to increase measurement resolution, stands in contrast to the conventional, time-dependent approach with its uncertainty, measurement errors, discrepancies, noise, stress, problems, and pollution.
An added benefit of Coherence Technology's approach is that exact measurement increases actual intelligibility for the end user, and increases compatibility between technological systems and living systems.
The following tests are preliminary and are not meant to prove the validity of, or promote the sale of, Coherence Technology. These tests are being presented to further the understanding of how this technology works, to provide examples of its applications, and direction for further research.