|By Business Wire||
|September 26, 2012 02:56 PM EDT||
Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. today confirmed that the firm has produced and successfully implemented a microwave invisibility cloak to make a person disappear.
The invisibility cloak disclosure is now appearing on a number of web sites, including one at Yale. Commented inventor and company CEO Nathan Cohen “We want people to know those statements are truthful, and are A-OK, but we won’t be commenting publicly until we can give the public interest the proper attention.” The firm will be releasing additional information during the month of October.
Cohen added: “We understand that many people are fascinated by this research result and want more details. However, this is a busy time for the company and our customers come first. We are looking forward to telling more.” Cohen was recently awarded the world’s first invisibility cloak patent-- U.S. patent 8,253,639.
ABOUT FRACTAL ANTENNA SYSTEMS, INC.
Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. (http://www.fractenna.com) supplies antennas and related products for the world's most demanding wireless, and electromagnetic applications. Backed by over three dozen U.S., and international patents, plus dozens of patents pending, Fractal Antenna Systems is the recognized pioneer in fractal technology, with extensive research and field experience over 18 years in business. The company is a privately held and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA.