Jax360 RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Guy Ifrati & Steve Hendrix
Manhattan & Las Vegas
We have an interest regarding a few select areas, primarily within new inventions and new processes and secondly, we are interested in Free Port Zone offerings. This abstract regards one new process that has the potential to change electronics as we know it.
New Technology for Creating Large Blocks of Laboratory-Grown Diamonds to be Used in Electronics.
We propose a specific scientific method that will create large blocks of synthetic diamond. It is by objective stringent deductive reasoning and rigorous analysis that we now propose this engineering of a new technology that will provide synthetic diamond blocks approximating 144 grams or a quarter-pound in weight. This proposal seeks to outline our intrepid intention towards the creation and the engineering of diamond blocks within a controlled environment, columinating in significant multi-pound batches of block diamond. When engineered properly these diamond blocks will become electronic assets for: quantum information and atomic-scale memory, UV optoelectronics, RF electronics, semiconductors, amplifiers, transistors, extreme environment aerospace avionics and electromechanical components.
Our Scope Of Work (SOW) is to: pursue, explore, discover, develop, drive, test, control, assess, review, reconcile and optimize a proprietary process that will contribute to the forging and production of diamond blocks to be utilized in the making of substrates, wafers, slices, hyper-fast device chips and other electronics.
In terms of engineering, our crystals can be produced at growth rates from 60 to 145 μm/h, which is as much as 2 orders of magnitude higher than the standard processes for making laboratory-grown diamonds. Next after creation they undergo graphitization enabling specific areas to become conductive. This then allows for the normally resistive diamond structure to be a functional electronic.
Our uniquely enhanced low-pressure method is faster than both high-pressure high-temperature (HP/HT) and microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition (MPCVD) methods.
We project that it will take some eleven months of building the necessary infrastructure in order to meet a production schedule of multi-pound weekly batches.
We commit to being fully transparent and we will constantly provide e.g. milestone updates, substantial real-world deliverable, blocks of diamond, and we will ensure the highest quality control at all times. There is currently significant interest coming from: Academia, Industry, and from the U.S. Department of Defense (US DoD) and by Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Defense Sciences Office (DSO), each sectors of the US DoD leading in the development of next generation scientific military grade projects. These have all provided money, time and effort to discover diamonds attributes.
There has been considerable enthusiasm and interest in the electric potential of diamond for several years, most notably in 2017, 2018, 2019 and undoubtedly continuing into 2020 and beyond. There have been trenches of funding from DARPA in 2018 to maximize diamond as the premier Ultra-Wide Bandgap Semiconductor (UWBGS) and superior super material.DARPA and DoD have new programs to utilize laboratory-grown diamonds chiefly in communications, computing, quantum information, UV optoelectronics, Lower Earth Orbit avionics, astrionics, proprietary defense applications, and ergonomic utility.
We propose and offer a wholly new and different methodology regarding the fabrication process for creating synthetic laboratory-grown diamonds utilizing a unique low-pressure process that holds the promise of an empirical probability based in sound science and it is unconventional in concept and design. It is founded on an extraordinary thesis that will validate our theory via our proprietary process and trade secret resulting in the realization of large laboratory-grown blocks of diamond that are single crystalline structures.
Global semiconductor sales in 2018, reached $463.41 billion U.S. dollars worldwide. 2018 also saw growth rates of 12.4 percent within this market sector. In 2019 the market has dipped in the second quarter of 2019. Our critical concept is aimed at increasing laboratory-grown diamonds both in size and purity. Within the first 18 months from funding, we foresee and forecast substantial financial gains in the $10,000,000’s. The ROI is extremely short and will yield profound fiscal returns on this $3,900,000 investment.
We will have an enormous impact on the current electronics market, becoming the change leader and the disruptive change. There exists both an emerging defense industry and a consumer class market for (UWBGS) diamond electronics.
The mineral diamond is 100% carbon a homogeneous naturally occurring solid organic with a definable chemical omposition and an internal structure characterized by an orderly arrangement of atoms, ions, and/or molecules in a lattice.
Diamond performs and operates at faster speeds, voltages, and frequencies, all at minimal temperatures and enabling excellent performance in harsh environments. Diamond as a material is attractive because of its high thermal conductivity, extremely wide band gap, and robust electron carrier mobility, i.e. its electron/hole/photon interactions, establishes diamond as an excellent medium for the control of electric current. Additionally, diamond has superior optoelectronics, broad optical transparency from UV to infrared, a high radio-frequency (RF), prevailing hardness, exceptional strength, and it has other innate capacities, qualities and properties unrealized by any other organic crystalline material.
While the ripple effect of diamond semiconductors will touch many sectors of industry it will vastly improve the current state of electronics and more.
Traditionally semiconductor materials are manufactured into wafers, slices and or substrates, such as silicon or monocrystalline silicon used exclusively today in electronics for the fabrication of integrated circuits. Diamond is considered to be the next-generation super material for wafers, slices and substrates however it has yet to be realized.
Diamond is considered a super material and possesses extraordinary properties in its synthesized state, it is typically a non-conductive material, diamond is a good conductor of heat because of the strong covalent bonding and low photon scattering. Thermal conductivity of natural diamond was measured to be about 2200W/(m. K), which is five times more than silver, the most thermally conductive metal. Diamond permits high forward current densities (up to 100A/cm2 at 5V).
Additionally, diamond will enable and allow for better ergonomics and lower profiles regarding consumer grade electronics in the marketplace today and equally if not more importantly for military and defense applications. Our diamond technology platforms will be ultra fast, extremely efficient, and an astonishingly >1,000x thinner than the current state of the art. Diamond also has the unique ability to isolate massive voltages with a small fraction of the material area required compared to present technologies.
In isolating 10,000V, the amount of diamond needed is 50 times less in area than that of silicon. These attributes frame diamond as a true super material and the ideal successor technology in electronics.
Ultra-wide bandgap semiconductor (UWBGS) materials are a subset of wide-bandgap semiconductor (WBGS) materials and defined as those WBGS materials having a bandgap above that of GaN, which is 3.4 eVF.
Furthermore, because many figures‐of‐merit regarding device performance scale with increasing bandgap in a highly non‐linear manner, this includes super materials such as diamond, gallium oxide (Ga2O3), AlGaN, and AlN, UWBGS materials have the potential to support the realization of advanced devices.
It is our goal and intention to create laboratory-grown blocks of diamond through our new technology process. Diamond possesses extraordinary super material properties that have given rise to a broad range of potential scientific, technological, military and consumer applications. Industry has been optimistic and expressly desiring and prepared for higher processing speeds, communication enhancement, command and data handling, and all at lower costs, and diamond can and will provide this.
Ultrawide‐bandgap with bandgaps significantly wider than the 3.4 eV of gallium nitride (GaN) represent an exciting and challenging new area of research in semiconductor materials, physics, devices, and applications, these are namely UWBGS. These semiconductors have long been known to have compelling potential advantages over their narrower‐bandgap cousins in high‐power, and high radio frequency (RF) electronics.
Our proposed new technology will participate as an enhancement to e.g. deep‐Ultraviolet (UV) optoelectronics, quantum information systems, and extreme‐environment applications necessary for avionics, astrionics, and defense electronics along with consumer grade electronics. Only recently, however, have the UWBG semiconductor materials, such as diamond, high aluminum (AI) Al‐content AlGaN, and gallium oxide (Ga2O3), advanced in maturity to the point where realizing some of their tantalizing advantages (as noted with diamond) has become a near‐term real possibility because of their significant properties allowing for the processing and performance of lateral-geometry and other parameters, including vertical geometry variations.
In addition, our methodology to create laboratory-grown large-area monocrystalline diamond or single crystal diamond (SCD) will be produced at unrestrained growth rates by several orders of magnitude higher than standard processes for the making of both HPHT and MPCVD diamond.
Our solution will be proven-out, it is based on factual science, however to date it does not exist in terms of real-world and has not yet been substantiated. Our process will significantly improve on current technology by allowing more rapid production of larger area diamonds as single large crystalline lattice structures. This architecture allows for faster manufacturing of hyper-fast computer chips at a significantly lower cost.
Time is of the essence, a sense of urgency is needed for our process to be actualized in the nearest future and we stand prepared. Our proposed proprietary process and methodology possess first-principles calculations. There are foreign powers, attempting to create viable laboratory-grown diamonds right now, it is the USA that must lean forward and lead in this important innovative process. We strongly believe, however, that our course or testing and proving will allow us to have the superior process, for the creation of quality lab-grown diamond blocks soon in-hand.
Specific to this UWGB class of minerals, diamond is vastly superior to today’s silicon that exhibits a self-heating effect, as the current is limited by the barrier inhibiting faster speeds because of increased temperatures. There is an enormous market to change, amplify and also to gain from fiscally as we become the agents of change, regarding best in class semiconductors and the like.
Currently there are two acceptable production methods to grow diamonds chiefly: High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) and Microwave Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (MPCVD). Our proposed proprietary methodology is poised to be superior to these processes and faster, and less expensive and more profitable.
Our unassailable hypothesis will surely be proven out resulting in a superior manufacturing process and production process creating laboratory-grown large-area single crystal diamond blocks. Our process will be completely unlike and different than that being currently employed today and our trademark secret process promises to generate superior diamond blocks, demonstrating lower overall energy loss and decreased production costs, while mitigating current manufacturing boundaries. Our hypothesis works in part via low pressure to create solid large-scale diamond.
As mentioned, our proprietary diamonds will then be graphitized making those areas conductive allowing the normally resistive diamond structure to become conductive so it will function as a semiconductor, amplifier and device chip.
Once the infrastructure is completed, our uniquely enhanced low-pressure method will provide diamond blocks within a short production time of about one week per batch, while ensuring quality and significant quantities of diamond within 18 months from funding.
These will become the next-generation technology and ready to be utilized for quantum information, extreme‐environment applications, avionics, astrionics, and defense electronics in addition to consumer devices. The defense industry and other sectors should rapidly embrace and benefit from our new diamond technology.
The USA should and will lead in this newest technological advancement, we are creating a National Security asset and a dynamic economic driver.
The combination of diamond’s extreme hardness, thermal conductivity, chemical and pressure resistance, and electrical resistivity make it a unique super material. Diamond can do things that other materials cannot, our exciting production process is proprietary, at this juncture we are utilizing some discretion, preventing us from sharing the very valuable nuts and bolts breakdown. All pertinent information will be forthcoming and we have every intention to describe, illustrate, discuss and share the key specifics regarding our trade secret with our investor.
DARPA’s Near Junction Thermal Transport (NJTT) effort recently demonstrated an industry first GaN-on-diamond high electron mobility transistor (HEMT). In tests, the GaN-on-diamond transistor displayed substantially lower junction temperatures than comparable devices. In general, any RF system could benefit from the combination of higher power, higher efficiency, and reduced size enabled by GaN-on-diamond amplifiers.
Diamond has unsurpassed heat tolerance and dissipation capability. NJTT, an effort of DARPA’s Thermal Management Technologies (TMT) program, focuses on reducing the thermal resistance of the near-junction region of compound semiconductor devices.
Our goal is for an inspired investor to take a position and to invest the necessary $3,900,000. in order to pursue and achieve this exacting high-tech and national security project.
That investment will drive us forward into physical testing, realizing the actual methodology that will produce substantial sums of large quality diamond blocks, these blocks will be cut into slices that eventually become state-of-the-art electronics for communications, computing, quantum information, UV optoelectronics, astrionics, avionics, defense applications, and for ergonomic utility.
Diamond-based UWBGS is a super materials considered to be “next-generation” technology and we will be a significant part of this technological breakthrough and the setting of a new benchmark in the electronics sector. Our proprietary methodology will increase both size and quantity of lab-grown diamond UWBGS in an unprecedented way.
As the founders of Jax360 R&D we jointly and severally possess the knowledge, virtues, ethics and moral courage required to be the inspiring catalyst and principled leadership behind this potential milestone in electronics.
Jax360 R&D has other projects in the works which include: A/C light shielding tents, g-tips men's hygiene swabs, cold corona ozone generation units, the formation of refractory insulating paints, glass product formed from recycled polystyrene, and the reprocessing of old gold mining tailings, deriving and delivering 24 karat gold.
Founder and director Guy Ifrati is a significant driving force within our company and he has many confidiancial and significant business contacts from Manhattan to Tel Aviv, chiefly within the sectors of finance and high-tech. Guy is motivated, savvy and a man of true integrity, it is an honor to work side by side with him.
Founder and director Steven Hendrix is an established business consultant, entertainment business manager, creative, visionary thinker, inventor and is the managing partner.
Our intention is to retain scientist James Sloane, who is a futurist, a homeopathic doctor and scientist, James possesses profound knowledge on innumerable subjects: he discovered chemosynthesis decades ago as part of an experiment. This was several years before chemosynthesis was discovered by scientists with the discovery of deep sea vents. James conceived the idea and hypothesis of using aramid (kevlar) resin as a lighter, stronger binding agent for carbon composites in the early 80s, two years before the idea was implemented by another.
Jax360 R&D has other promising theories, hypotheses, ideas and concepts to further, at present it is diamond UWBG semiconductors that we laser focus upon, and our proposed theory on this new process will manifest blocks of laboratory grown diamond.
Together we seek and are open to investment and/or venture capital financing. Our motivated team is highly principled and prepared for the assured successes and exceptional breakthroughs that our new methodology will develop and deliver. Jax360 R&D has a low-risk and high-yield potential. We seek the sum of $3,900,000. We invite you to stand with us and develop equity, as we span the valley between research, product innovation and successful production. Our deliverables will be stunning.
Steve Hendrix 1+ 702/873/8788 Jax360rand@gmail.com