Navy set to improve shipboard EW antennas

U.S. Navy officials are working with engineers at Analysis & Technology Inc. of North Stonington, Conn., to improve electronic warfare antennas aboard Navy and Coast Guard vessels, as well as at several shore installations. These antennas receive, transmit, and protect Navy voice and data communications while operating in harsh environments. The contract, from the Navy Atlantic Fleet Technical Support Center in Norfolk, Va., is potentially worth $16.9 million. "This is a new business area for An

Feb 1st, 1998

U.S. Navy officials are working with engineers at Analysis & Technology Inc. of North Stonington, Conn., to improve electronic warfare antennas aboard Navy and Coast Guard vessels, as well as at several shore installations. These antennas receive, transmit, and protect Navy voice and data communications while operating in harsh environments. The contract, from the Navy Atlantic Fleet Technical Support Center in Norfolk, Va., is potentially worth $16.9 million. "This is a new business area for Analysis & Technology, and represents an opportunity to expand our market share in Navy C4I programs," says Gary Bennett, company chairman and chief executive officer. - J.K.

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