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Introducing the
Dawn of the CTwists™
Communication Age

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The CTwists™ Team

The CTwists™ Team of Committed Professionals.

Stuart O'Bryne Dr. Stuart O'Byrne - CEO, President

Dr. Stuart O'Byrne has worked in science, with a special interest in medicine and biomechanics. A lifetime member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, he has conducted research in surgery, bacteriology and infectious disease. After attending medical school on an Army Medical Scholarship, Dr. O'Byrne served 22 years in the military, retiring with the rank of Colonel and Mobile Army Surgical Hospital Commander. In private practice as a radiologist, Dr. O'Byrne led in the development of one of the first teleradiology systems commercially available in the United States which worked over standard phone lines. After developing a van with mobile processing capabilities to monitor mammography, he presented the new technology at the Radiology Society of North America. Additionally, Dr. O'Byrne developed van-mounted commercial CT and MRI systems. Research and development of new medical technologies continues to be a passion for him. Currently, Dr. O'Byrne leads a group of like-minded individuals who are interested in multiple areas of research and development emphasizing green technology, smart farming, wastewater management and energy efficiency. The application of new information technology for communities is essential to these endeavors. Active projects for Dr. O'Byrne include involvement in areas such as water and nano technology, agriculture and animal sciences. Working in collaboration with several universities he is focusing on proof of concept and validation projects for new technologies. His company, Moses Lake Group Technology Incubator, has confirmed test results that show significant promise in areas of resource conserving plant and animal production. This research has set the stage for a cooperative experiment with one of the leading institutions in the United States, the School of Agricultural and Veterinary Science at Washington State University.

Frank Casserino Frank Casserino - Chief Technical Development Officer

Gen. Casserino is a 1977 graduate of the US Air Force Academy. He served as an active duty and reserve officer for over 34 years and retired at the rank of Major General. In his civilian career, he was an astronautical engineering consultant for over 20 years of The Aerospace Corporation, a prestigious federally funded research and development corporation. His entire career as a military officer and civilian consultant has been focused in the Space Enterprise. He has been responsible for building, testing, launching and operating a large variety of multi-billion dollar space assets. He commanded large organizations responsible for critical US defense operations. His career has been marked with opportunities to start new engineering and space programs which grew into successful, thriving businesses receiving many awards for their accomplishments. One career highlight was his selection as the prime payload specialist for a space shuttle flight in September 1986.

His executive experience includes a four year assignment as the senior reserve advisor to the commander of all strategic nuclear ICBM forces in the Air Force and a four year assignment as the senior reserve advisor to the Under Secretary of the Air Force.

Carl Porter Carl Porter, Engineering Prototype Development Officer

Carl Porter is a computer scientist, physicist, chemist and mathematician. He obtained his BS in Computer Science from Iowa State University along with a minor in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Mr. Porter founded and directs Systems Software International (SSI), a privately-held, consulting, systems and process design and analysis, production integration, design and implementation for SSI. Mr. Porter was under contract to Digital Equipment Corporation where he served as consultant for a requirement analysis study for SPACC, an Air Force Command Post. Leader of the team that designed, developed and implemented the first Cyber Warfare Defense for the Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS). TBMCS plans and coordinates the Air War for the DoD and their allies.

Stephen Smith Stephen Smith - Chief Scientist

Stephen Smith is multi-disciplined in Physics, Mathematics, Electro-Magnetics, Satellite Communications technologies, Radar, Antennas, Computer Compression technologies, Lasers, Optics, and the cell structure of the human anatomy, etc. Mr. Smith served as Chief Engineer, Principal Investigator for McCulloch Corporation, as well as Technical Consultant for Litton Industries and General Dynamics. Mr. Smith was also a research engineer for General Electric Corporation, Philco Corporation and Smyth Research Associates. Mr. Smith comes from dignified and influential lineage of scientist and inventors. Mr. Smith's father was a scientist and Technical Director of Bell Labs and was the author of the "Smith Chart" which is still studied by electrical engineering students at universities today. Mr. Smith great grandfather, five times removed, was Eli Whitney. Mr. Smith is the inventor of the eSpin™ Communication technology.

Contact Information carl@ctwists.com


The Global Mile Team, under the direction of Princeton professors, created a 2.4 GHz prototype. The analog prototype technology was protected by patents. The digital prototype technology is in the process of being protected by new patents.
Patent Number
Description of Patent
Date Created
6,271,790 Communication System August 7, 2001
6,204,810 Communication System March 20, 2001
6,570,536 Communication System May 27, 2003
6,393,265 Method and apparatus for two dimensional filtering in a communication system using a transformer system May 21, 2001
6,340,950 Disc antenna system January 22, 2002
6,317,097 Cavity-driven antenna system November 13, 2001
6,295,025 System for measuring and displaying three-dimensional characteristics of electromagnetic waves September 25, 2001

The Next Steps:

Implement Digital Prototype and Begin Commercialization
Improvements on a Commercial Scale
Increased Data Channels
Increased Bandwidth
Increased Coverage
Less Power Consumption
Real Network Security

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Increased Data Channels
Increased Bandwidth
Increased Coverage
Less Power Consumption
Real Network Security