MRX utilizes a remote photonic coupling to catalyze specific molecular bonding, initiating a temporary incapacitation. Remotely inhibiting the ability of oxygen to bind to hemoglobin, creating temporary hypoxia.
Non-lethal counter-personnel systems to incapacitate hostile individuals. Non-lethal counter-material systems to disable vehicles, vessels or aircraft. Non-lethal counter-capability systems to disable command and control facilities and disable weapons of mass destruction.
Capable of penetrating bunkers and armored vehicles, rendering occupants unconscious. A variation of the coupling precis enables the MRX technology to break the bonds of explosive projectiles, mines and other offensive weapons. The combination of MRX based, non lethal anti-personnel weapons with anti-munitions technology has changed the face and strategies employed on the battlefield.
MRX may also be deployed as an anti-offensive weapons system. Remote catalysis of liquid and solid fuels. Nanosecond detection and degradation of biological, chemical and nuclear weapons.
Remote nanosecond copying of high volume digital storage.
Applications include the ability to remotely catalyze computer chips and electron flow. From lock on to triggering is subnanosecond.