Micronetics wins development order for airborne electronic warfare subassembly

HUDSON, N.H., 14 Dec. 2007. Micronetics Inc.'s subsidiary Microwave Concepts Inc. (MicroCon) has won a development order from an industry-leading systems integrator serving the U.S. military. This initial order, totaling more than $1 million, is for a complex integrated microwave subassembly used in an airborne electronic warfare systems.

Dec 14th, 2007

HUDSON, N.H., 14 Dec. 2007.Micronetics Inc.'s subsidiary Microwave Concepts Inc. (MicroCon) has won a development order from an industry-leading systems integrator serving the U.S. military. This initial order, totaling more than $1 million, is for a complex integrated microwave subassembly used in an airborne electronic warfare systems.

Kevin Beals, vice president of business development, states, "Our ability to converge several technologies across multiple divisions to win this opportunity demonstrates our engineering strength. This award further solidifies our strategy to align with our component-level customers to provide additional "higher-level" integrated solutions."

Beals continues, "Upon completion of the development phase of this assembly prototype, a significant production cycle is expected."

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