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Techsphere To Fly Antenna Technology On High Flying Airships

St. Petersburg FL (SPX) Dec 27, 2005
Techsphere Systems International, Inc. (TSI) a wholly owned subsidiary of Cyber Defense Systems, Inc., has signed an Exclusive Agreement with RTI International (RTI) to test and utilize light weight "paint-on antenna" technology on Techsphere airships for communication, radar, remote sensing and other applications.

"We are excited about the opportunity to work with partners TechSphere and Unitech to conduct airship flight experiments to validate our proprietary paint-on antenna concept to address national priorities such as hurricane disaster relief, homeland security surveillance, science observation missions, and military communications," said David Myers, Vice President of RTI International's Engineering and Technology Unit.

"We look forward to testing the new generation "paint-on antenna" technology next summer as we gear-up for introducing our new line of airships for global communication needs," stated Mike Lawson, President of Techsphere.

Cyber Defense Systems, Inc. is designing and building a new generation of UAV's. Cyber Defense is currently marketing airships and their CyberBug UAV's to various branches of the U.S. government and U.S. allies as multi-use platform vehicles capable of deployment in surveillance and communication operations.

Techsphere Systems International, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Cyber Defense is located in Atlanta and Columbus, GA, is the manufacturer of low, mid and high altitude airships.

Together with their teaming companies, Techsphere will design and build unique airship platforms for use in many areas including surveillance, the military and wireless communications. The current spherical airship design holds the world altitude record at over 20,000 feet.

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