written by reader How to make money from the “Mobile Supernet?”

By rosalindr, May 14, 2014

Tony Sagami is teasing the โ€Mobile Supernet, one small tech company has developed a revolutionary new way to deliver mobile internet service.”

It isn’t very hard to find the company, It is Artemis and their Mobile Supernet is the new wireless pWave antenna which enhances mobile phone performance. A dozen articles were published about Artemis and the Rearden Tech Incubator last February http://www.rearden.com/press2012.php.

The question is how do I invest in this new technology? Rearden is a tech business incubator and Artemis is a startup, and neither of them are issuing any stock to the public at this time.

So I wonder if Tony has found a vendor of a component necessary for the pWave to work. Any ideas?


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The wizkid is http://www.artemis.com ‘s Steve Perlman and his pCell based on pWave technology. From what I can tell (I’m not a engineer by any means) the concept is sound. His demo is uterly unreal. Assuming all is as presented this is a HUGE game changer for last mile wireless data comm. The technology is 4g/LTE compatible which means all the newer phones are ready to go. His radio whould be realityly inexpensive and connects to any Internet broadband and theroretically potential for pWave routing for some bradband distribution savings. And he’s made a deal with DISH Networks which looks… Read More ยป


He might be trying to sell you some TI stock. PureWaveโ€™s design supposedly uses the TCI6630K2L System-on-Chip (SoC) and TIโ€™s new analog front end transceiver, the AFE7500.

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