Yearly Archives: 2018

Electromagnetic Discovery May Demystify Quantum Mechanics

Physicists have long been troubled by the paradoxes and contradictions of quantum mechanics. Today, a possible step forward appeared in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. In a paper, Energy velocity and reactive fields [preprint], physicist Hans G. Schantz, presents a novel way of looking at electromagnetics that shows the deep tie between electromagnetics and the pilot wave interpretation of quantum mechanics. Schantz offers a solution to wave-particle duality by arguing that electromagnetic fields […]

Q-Track Releases Remote-Reading Field Strength Meter

Huntsville, AL August 16, 2018 — Today, Q-Track Corporation debuts a line of Field Measurement Instrumentation products based on the company’s award-winning high-performance indoor location products. Q-Track’s new product line enables precise real-time measurement of magnetic fields around transmit antennas, arrays, and other radio frequency systems. The QT-559 Remote-Reading Field Strength Meter includes band options to measure all magnetic field components simultaneous for unparalleled speed and accuracy in evaluating the behavior of AM-band antennas and other low-frequency transmission systems […]

Successful Demonstration at Schiphol Airport Showcases Q-Track Indoor Location Capabilities

Huntsville, AL June 19, 2018 — Q-Track today announced that the Institute of Communications and Computer Systems (ICCS), Greece, completed a successful indoor location pilot using Q-Track’s high-accuracy NFER® Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the main international airport of the Netherlands. ICCS integrated NFER® RTLS products into the “PASSME App,” a combination of personalized device and application, designed to allow passengers to relax and make the best use of their available time at the airport. Evangelos Sdongos […]

Invention Delivers Pure Location Signals for Q-Track

Huntsville, AL June 12, 2018 — The U.S. Patent Office today awarded U.S. patent 9,997,845 for an “Embedded symmetric multiple axis antenna system with isolation among the multiple axes,” to Q-Track inventors, Hans G. Schantz, Christopher D. Pittman, James L. Richards, and Stephen A. Werner. The Q-Track inventors discovered how to implement compact magnetic antenna arrays capable of detecting all three components of the magnetic field. Mutually orthogonal three-axis electrically-small magnetic antenna arrays are of great […]

Q-Track Releases Video of Low-Cost, High Accuracy Indoor Location Solution with Data Analytics

Huntsville, AL May 3, 2018 — Today, Q-Track released a video of a new low-cost, high-accuracy indoor location solution with built-in data analytics. Q-Track’s Indoor Location Evaluation Kit can track two tags to about 40 cm accuracy or better throughout a 5000 square foot area for only $3495. Notably, the system comes with a built-in data analytic tool kit so real-time location system data can be put to use in a wide variety of applications. The data analysis tools […]

Q-Track Debuts Low-Cost, High-Accuracy Indoor Location Evaluation Kit

Huntsville, AL February 20, 2018 — Today, Q-Track debuts an Indoor Location Evaluation Kit that can track two tags to 40cm accuracy throughout a 5000 square foot area for only $3495. This price breakthrough lets Q-Track’s NFER® Real-Time Location System (RTLS) Indoor Location technology solve more problems for more people than ever before: optimize workplaces, analyze operations, keep workers safe and secure, and more. “Q-Track’s new Indoor Location Evaluation Kit provides a low-cost, low-risk way […]

Q-Track Announces Wireless Breakthrough at DARPA Event

Narrow Band Impulse Radio – NBIR – Will Transform Underground Wireless Arlington, VA January 18, 2018 — Today at DARPA’s Subterranean Challenge Proposers Day, Dr. Hans G. Schantz, CTO of Q-Track Corporation, unveiled a revolutionary breakthrough in wireless technology that enables unprecedented performance in underground communications, location, and detection: Narrow Band Impulse Radio, or NBIR, for short. Q-Track’s approach merges traditional narrow band radio with impulse radio – a combination previously thought to be impossible. […]