Advanced Defense Technologies delivers RF circuits, subsystems, and systems for defense and surveillance applications

ANAHEIM, Calif., 14 March 2011. Advanced Defense Technologies Inc., developer of breakthrough technologies for military defense, homeland security, and commercial communications systems, is designing RF circuits, subsystems, and systems for the defense and surveillance applications sector, valued at more than $1 billion annually. BCC Research forecasts the defense and surveillance applications sector to grow, marking a nearly 5 percent rise in market share. The sector, worth $1.2 billion in 2009, is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13 percent, reaching $2.1 billion by 2014.

Mar 14th, 2011

ANAHEIM, Calif., 14 March 2011. Advanced Defense Technologies Inc., developer of breakthrough technologies for military defense, homeland security, and commercial communications systems, is designing RF circuits, subsystems, and systems for the defense and surveillance applications sector, valued at more than $1 billion annually. BCC Research forecasts the defense and surveillance applications sector to grow, marking a nearly 5 percent rise in market share. The sector, worth $1.2 billion in 2009, is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13 percent, reaching $2.1 billion by 2014.

ADTI's microwave transceiver, well suited to advanced radar and communications applications, boasts an operating bandwidth of more than 500 MHz, supporting data transmission and receiving speeds of 1 billion bits per second.

The company's microwave/millimeter-wave circuits, subsystems, and the system designs have been developed under SBIR Programs with Government Agencies, including NASA, DARPA, a defense contractor (Phillips Labs), and the U.S. military (USAF, ARMY, NAVY, and MDA) to meet the need for increased operating bandwidths, higher efficiencies, compact sizes, and lower cost.

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