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Cobham Antenna Systems, Microwave Antennas has a portfolio of high power, Ultra Wideband (UWB) Omni and Directional antennas operating within the frequency range 100MHz to 18GHz.
Designs and manufactures high quality antennas for aerospace, military and security applications including; electronic warfare (EW), UAV, ground, air and body worn. Antennas are developed quickly and effectively to customers specific
transmits video and imaging from the helicopter's electro-optical camera, multi-mode radar, sonar, and electronic warfare systems back to surface ships. On this contract modification L-3 will do the work in Salt Lake City; Atlanta
aircraft missiles that have low-intensity and difficult-to-detect plumes. Related: Boeing to update P-8A electronic warfare components to stave-off obsolescence The Northrop Grumman DIRCM laser-based system is designed to protect aircraft
fourth GPS III satellites in $238.5 million deal The program seeks to address the increasing threat of enemy electronic warfare jamming of U.S. and allied GPS signals, as well as to deny the enemy the use of U.S. GPS signals. Orbiting
Electronic warfare is one of today's most pressing ..... Defense (DOD). Properly done, electronic warfare -or just EW for short-can ensure ..... Electronics is launching a quarterly Electronic Warfare Report e-newsletter for qualified
approach has been the choice for the most demanding embedded computing challenges for applications like radar, electronic warfare (EW), and signals intelligence (SIGINT) signal processing. The smaller 3U VPX technology has become the choice
receiver performance might be compromised or unavailable. The program seeks to address the increasing threat of enemy electronic warfare jamming of U.S. and allied GPS signals, as well as to deny the enemy the use of U.S. GPS signals. Orbiting
Designs and manufactures high power RF and microwave systems, subsystems and amplifier modules from DC to 40 GHz. Products are employed in radar, electronic warfare and communication systems and can be found on most fighter and attack aircraft in the US inventory.
PHOENIX, 21 Jan. 2015. The U.S. military and defense industry are trying to do for RF and microwave design what has been done for the embedded computing industry -- create open-systems industry standards to help speed systems development, reduce costs, and facilitate systems upgrades.