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Electronic Design & Development, Corp.
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Harry A. Romano – Chief Investigator
Born Harry Anthony Romano
April 15, 1962 (age 48)
Camden, New Jersey US,
Years Active 1967 – Present
Known for Inventor of the first wireless video phone - VDA
Inventor of Emergency Triangulation System - ETS
Various other accomplishments listed below
Harry Anthony Romano (born April 15, 1962) is an American
independent inventor best known for his Invention of the first wireless
video phone (see References below). He is also known for the Emergency
Triangulation System (see Print/Television below). He has been touted by
his peers and colleagues as an electronic genius.
Harry Romano, born in Camden, NJ, has had an avid interest in electronics since he was a child. He would take apart TV and radios and put them back together at an early age much to his grandfather’s dismay and then astonishment. It was obvious that he was a prodigy when it came to electronics. He attended Philadelphia Wireless Technical Institute for a short while after graduating from Pennsauken High School. Before age 20, Romano was designing his own amplifiers to crank up his stereo system. He designed his first transmitter when he was 16. He moved his family to Florida, and while there he developed a telephone for his car that worked off his home phone. This was before the cell phone. He made this for his wife to use while driving with his daughter, in case they got stuck.
After moving to Cape Coral, Florida in the 1980’s, Romano worked at a few different jobs while always keeping a small workshop at home for his experiments. He repaired pagers, installed and repaired Satellite systems for his father’s TV business Star Systems. While he worked there, Romano successfully designed and built an entire head end system and MMDS Station from the 11 meter dish with multiple LNA’s through the receivers, mixer and amplifier all the way to the customer location. He has vast knowledge in all aspects of wireless and Electronics design.
He went on to the marine electronics industry selling and repairing marine electronics for a few years, all the while working on his own inventions. During this time Harry invented the Emergency Triangulation System.
Harry Romano is the eldest of four siblings. He has three sisters, Lisa Carfi, Diana Graham, and Nicole Romano. With Liza Ambrico Romano, he has three children, Stephanie Romano Huebbe, Michelle Romano, and Arielle Romano. The couple own a house on beautiful Lake Sapphire where Romano enjoys his second and third greatest passion –his 5 grandchildren and fishing. His first passion – Electronics!
a job you love and you'll never have to work the rest of your life."
Romano’s patents were compared to Marconi and several other wireless legends. His lifestyle mirrors that of Thomas Edison. He is a true visionary. He would go on to invent a multitude of devices, here are just a few.
o Romano has consulted for companies such as Lockheed Martin - Moorestown, DANA Corporation, Towboat/US Harley
Davidson, and Peavey Corp. His creative designs were instrumentally significant in helping Lockheed Martin win the Deepwater
Project worth 9 billion dollars.
o His first patent for a Heating and air-conditioning control system.
o A US Patent was awarded to Romano for a cost-effective method wirelessly transmitting digital information through an analog
carrier signal at tremendous speeds. It is called Interrupt Modulation (patent # 6,194,978). He has also developed a
proprietary DSP system to demodulate Interrupt Modulation. He is considered a modulation expert as he has designs on a
revolutionary 240 mbps digital transceiver which utilizes interrupt modulation and his own PDSP routine and circuitry for
demodulation. He is ready to implement the design. This design could set a new standard for Digital RF and UWB transceiver
design. You may have heard of 802.11. Romano's Interrupt Modulation is used in that standard.
o Romano is the inventor of the VDA unit. The VDA unit is the world’s first wireless hand-held video telephone device capable of
sending two-way real-time video, data, and audio signals, both wirelessly and over the Internet. The VDA system contains over
100 different sub-systems, which demonstrated his ability for SIGNET and systems integration as well as his advanced RF
communications skills. The VDA showed Romano’s ability to design and implement very sophisticated electronic systems and
sub systems. It further showed his abilities to integrate sophisticated RF devices with software and the Internet. Romano has US
patents both pending and issued on the device since 2001. Mr. Romano’s VDA and ETS system has over 50,000 lines of
computer code. These include video compression codex, DirectX controls, TCP/IP sockets, Client Server structure to manage
direct calls, and base station programs to communicate with handheld units. He also has database management routines. He
was able to put all this together to form larger unbelievably complicated systems.
o Romano is also the inventor of the ETS (Emergency Triangulation System). Companies and governments have modeled their
needs and systems after his system. It is the only available COTS solution that significantly meets the US Coast Guard
standards. It integrates RDF technology with computer technology to track and record any mobile and fixed Radio broadcasts
from any RF source. The ETS system aided the US Coast Guard and local agencies in a SAR mission (see Print/Television
o An antenna is required for communications and Romano has made a multitude of designs such as diversity antenna systems,
tracking antenna arrays, flat panel designs, dipoles, verticals, wire antennas, collinear antennas, parabolic reflector antennas, and
Yagi antennas. He has designed and built antennas in every band of the spectrum. He has also designed automatic tuning
networks, and RF filters.
o Romano designed his own remote broadcast MARTI transmitter for a local FM Broadcast Station, Naples Fl.
o He personally logged over 8,000 repairs to various equipment ranging from: Radar, TV and VCR to Stereo gear, Two-Way
Radio, Computers, Marine and Medical Electronics, and more.
o He designed and developed a remote control radio cross band repeater system which integrates UHF/VHF high gain antennas
filters, and computer controllers, for rescue operations, for Towboat US and Vessel Assist. He also designed and built a special
high gain VHF antenna for Sea Tow Services of Ft. Myers, Fl.; which is in operation and mounted on the Sanibel Siesta Hotel,
o He also designed and built his own licensed two-way mobile telephone system, similar to cellular, with the same capabilities as
cellular, before cellular was in existence.
o Romano has also shown great abilities in pneumatics and pneumatic integration to electronic controls. He has developed 6-foot
air cylinders from scratch and associated controls to operate them as need be.
o He has designed and developed a remote control hydraulic yacht top, and a remote control auto pilot. This project showed his
abilities to work with hydraulics and mechanical devices. All the client had to do, was push a button on the vessels dash and a 12
x 25 boat top would rise up and set into place just like a sports cars top. He designed all the brackets, rams, and electronics and
installed the device. He then further hooked up a wireless controller to the throttles and the autopilot to completely operate the
yacht from a hobby remote control wireless joystick and completed the job in 3 weeks.
o Romano designed and developed for his own personal use various electronic test equipment, television transmitters, uninterrupted
power supplies, experimental TENS unit, miniature VHF/UHF surveillance transmitters, touch-tone encoder and decoder for
various remote control projects, and various other electronic devices for himself and clients
o The Inventor, Romano has also developed a device, which can send digital signal packets directly through the DC electrical
systems of a vehicle. This device is called a DCL module. It is similar to what is called Multiplexing or DSL, but is better,
cheaper, and faster. All this was done before DSL and multiplexing schemes were available.
o He has designed and developed several types of phase lock loop circuits for various types of transmitters and receivers from
100 kHz to 10 GHz.
Harry Romano is currently working with Electronic Design & Development Corp. During this time he has managed, designed, and developed
Ø a system that makes the combustion engine more efficient. It is called a Sparkamplifier. It is in patent pending
status and also contains trade secret information.
Ø for a client a suit that provides both heating and cooling built into the garment. It is in patent pending status
and also contains trade secret information.
Ø and manufactured for a client a Wireless Door Opener that unlocks and physically opens any door. It was
given TUV approval. It is in patent pending status and also contains trade secret information.
Ø for a client prototype LED video board and message centers utilizing embedded Microblaze processor and
Currently Romano is concentrating on designing and developing Green/Clean Energy technologies.
He is now setting out to solve the world’s energy needs with magnetics.
Get Ready People - FREE ENERGY IS COMING...
· Collier Man's Invention Helps Coast Guard Track Boater's False Distress Calls
· In 1990, Romano was awarded a US Patent # 4,948,045 for a Heating and Air-conditioning System. The invention is directed to an electronic control apparatus which will shut off a heating or air-conditioning system when a door or window is opened.
· In 2001, Romano was awarded his second US Patent #6,194,978 for Interrupt modulation method and apparatus. The invention is directed toward a simple and cost effective method of wirelessly transmitting digital information with an analog carrier signal
· Five significant Copyrights References
· In 2002, Romano filed a Patent Application #20030217367 for a Wireless hand-held video, data, and audio transmission
system. The invention is a two-way video telephone.
· In 2009, Romano filed a Patent Application #20100281883 for a Self-contained heating or cooling suit. The inventive
concept involves a garment or full body suit that covers the entire body of a wearer including the hands, the feet and the
head. The garment can be used in either a cold or a hot environment.
· Demonstration of some of Romano’s current inventions http://www.youtube.com/inventionsareus
· All devices Romano built are real, working, and available for display.
Some of the companies we have consulted for include:
Lockheed Martin, DANA Corporation, Towboat/US Harley Davidson, and Peavey Corp.
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