Pentagram Technologies

Maintained Under Section 59 of the Indian Partnership Firm Act, 1932


An Indian Partnership company incorporated at Hyderabad, India in February 11, 2022

Previously known as Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited incorporated in February 27, 1997


Mission: Better Technology Through Better Research


Home | People | Departments | Products | Projects | Publications | Research | Journal | Conference | AllianceContact




Sonic Attack on Viruses (SAoV)


Pentagram Technologies has evolved a novel technique for dismembering all kinds of Corona type viruses present both inside a human body or outside. Health Care agencies would find this electronic device very useful. SAoV is an ultrasonic transmitter that employs resonance law of physics for dismembering freely moving viruses both inside the body as well as those present in the environment.


AIMEE-2021: Virus Genome Analytics

Invited Lecture at the Fifth International Conference

Artificial Intelligence, Medical Engineering, Education (AIMEE2021) 1-3 October 2021, Moscow, Russia

Sonic Attack A Feasible Solution to Break the Structure of a Virus Genome


DNA molecule is the most evolved and most complex molecule created by nature and its primary role is long-term storage of genetic information. Genetic modification could be carried out under the influence of acoustic, electromagnetic, and scalar waves, meaning genetic code of a DNA could be read and possibly rewritten. Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier known for his study on HIV and AIDS, has demonstrated that DNA can be generated by teleportation through quantum imprint and also showed that DNA emits electromagnetic signals that teleport the DNA to other places, such as water molecules, a shocking revelation. The mathematical model for vibration behavior analysis of DNA and using a resonant frequency of DNA due to Mobin Marvi and Majid Ghadiri is given by two governing equations of DNA considering the effects of the cellular fluid and temperature change.