Neutrino delta firing ring

A schematic of the neutrino delta firing ring similar to Gallagher's original sketch in Vector Analysis

The neutrino delta firing ring is a circular or spherical array of hypertensile phi receptors that uses neutrino activity to alter the behavior of the delta function in VX systems. Invented by Christopher E. Gallaghar in 1981, the neutrino delta firing ring is regarded as the safest and most economical device for delta modulation. After research by VX experts, the firing ring replaced the less stable orthogonal suspension module as the industry standard for delta modulation in 1983.