Northrop Grumman Corp

Falls Church, VA 22042

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2980 Fairview Park Dr
Falls Church, VA 22042
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Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Our 90,000 employees define possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.

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Sensors

Northrop Grumman to build electronic warfare (EW) shipboard electronics for (GaN) based SEWIP Block 3

The SEWIP program is upgrading the AN/SLQ-32(V) EW system for surface warships for improved anti-ship missile defense and situational awareness.
RF/Analog

Northrop Grumman joins project to design tiny military RF and microwave transmitters, receivers, and antennas

Macaroni is a 45-month three-phase program that emphasizes two primary technical areas: RF and microwave receivers and transmitters.
Computers

Navy asks Northrop Grumman for E-2D avionics upgrades to enable the plane to team with unmanned aircraft

MUM-T describes synchronized use of human warfighters, manned and unmanned aircraft, robotics, and sensors to achieve enhanced situational awareness.
RF/Analog

Navy asks Northrop Grumman for electronic warfare (EW) and radar warning receivers for MV-22B tiltrotor

The AN/APR-39D(V)2 is the latest upgrade to the AN/APR-39 radar warning receiver that corrects deficiencies and enhances capability.
Sensors

Marines order four more gallium nitride (GaN)-based G/ATOR radar systems to counter low-observable threats

G/ATOR is designed to detect low-observable targets with low radar cross sections such as rockets, artillery, mortars, cruise missiles, and UAVs.
Sensors

Air Force asks Northrop Grumman for APG-83 AESA fire-control radar systems to upgrade F-16 jet fighters

AESA radars enable legacy aircraft to detect, track, and identify many targets quickly, and operate in hostile electronic warfare (EW) environments.
Computers

Northrop Grumman joins RadiaBeam in DARPA ASSERT project to design radiation-hardened 3D chips for space

Northrop Grumman and RadiaBeam will develop new SEE testing of 3D heterogeneously integrated (3DHI) electronic components and circuits.
Uncrewed

Northrop Grumman to build 16 supersonic target drones to train ship crews to counter anti-ship missiles

The GQM-163A provides an affordable target to simulate supersonic sea-skimming supersonic and hypersonic anti-ship cruise missiles.
Computers

Bell, Northrop Grumman, to build 12 AH-1Z attack helicopters, avionics, and mission computers for Nigeria

The AH-1Z helicopter can carry as much as 5,764 pounds of payload, can fly 222 knots for 370 nautical miles, and can fly as high as 20,000 feet.
Sensors

Northrop Grumman to build AN/APR-39 electronic warfare (EW) radar warning receivers to protect helicopters

The APR-39 also functions as an electronic warfare (EW) management system in Northrop Grumman's suite of integrated EW sensors and countermeasures.

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Sensors

Military avionics experts ask Northrop Grumman to provide legacy radar antennas for B-1 bomber aircraft

Late-model B-1 aircraft have received upgrades to install the Northrop Grumman Scalable Agile Beam Radar-Global Strike (SABR-GS).
Sensors

Northrop Grumman to provide legacy AN/WSN-7 ring laser gyro inertial navigation for shipboard electronics

The AN/WSN-7 ring laser gyro inertial navigation system senses ship motion, and computes the ship's precise position, velocity, attitude, and heading.
Sensors

Navy picks Northrop to build lot 3 of AGM-88G AARGM-ER radar-killing missile with GPS and inertial guidance

AGM-88G helps U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and allied combat jets to attack and destroy enemy air-defense radar systems and time-critical mobile targets.
Computers

Northrop Grumman to tackle thermal management in military 3D heterogeneous integration (3DHI) chip stacks

DARPA Minitherms3D seeks 3D stacking of five tiers with heat dissipation of 6.8 kilowatts, with heat rejection of less than 0.006 cubic meters.
Uncrewed

Northrop Grumman to build four MQ-4C maritime patrol unmanned aircraft and sensors for Navy and Australia

Triton is for continuous maritime surveillance, search and rescue missions, and to complement the Boeing P-8 Poseidon crewed maritime patrol aircraft.
Gator Radar 1 Nov 2023
Sensors

Northrop Grumman to build 14 new G/ATOR multi-role radar systems to protect Marines from unmanned aircraft

G/ATOR short-to-medium-range multi-role radar is to detect low-observable targets such as rockets, artillery, mortars, cruise missiles, and UAVs.
Triton Ifc 20 Sept 2023
Sensors

Navy orders two signals intelligence (SIGINT) versions of MQ-4C Triton long-range maritime patrol UAVs

The MQ-4C maritime patrol version of the Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk reconnaissance UAV that provides real-time intelligence and surveillance.
Irst 24 Aug 2023
Sensors

Northrop Grumman to develop and demonstrate infrared search and track sensors for use on military aircraft

MuSTeR seeks to enhance U.S. military sensor system research by using the entire electromagnetic spectrum for persistent surveillance and awareness.
Mq 8 C Cyber 27 July 2023
Trusted Computing

Navy asks Northrop Grumman to provide cyber security intrusion protection for MQ-8C unmanned helicopter

The MQ-8C Fire Scout vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicles (VTUAV) is based on the manned Bell 407 helicopter from Bell Helicopter.
Artillery 20 July 2023
Sensors

Army orders add-on kits to convert 155-millimeter artillery shells into GPS-guided smart munitions

PGK conversion uses signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS) to guide artillery shells to their targets with accuracy of less than 10 meters.
Silvus 17 July 2023
RF/Analog

Army chooses MANET radios and antennas from Silvus and Northrop for Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS)

Developed in partnership between Silvus and Northrop Grumman, the Silvus AIRS is a modified version of the Silvus TRINITY integrated antenna and radio.
Deucsi 10 July 2023
Communications

Three defense companies move ahead on path-agnostic space internet that capitalizes on commercial satellites

DEUCSI project seeks to move and share data seamlessly among fixed and mobile locations using high-bandwidth beyond-line-of-sight communications.
3 D Chips 15 June 2023
Computers

Northrop Grumman eyes research into 3D integrated circuits chip packaging for artificial intelligence (AI)

NGMM will work to establish a domestic center for producing silicon and non-silicon 3D heterogeneously integrated (3DHI) circuit prototypes.
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Sensors

Navy asks Northrop Grumman to build shipboard inertial navigation for surface warship and submarine upgrades

The ISM provides maritime positioning data with or without GPS, and is a key component of the U.S. Navy’s AN/WSN-12 Inertial Navigator System (INS).
Space Internet 7 June 2023
Communications

Northrop Grumman to help design path-agnostic long-range military communications by using space internet

Several commercial companies plan to establish space internet constellations of thousands of satellites, each to create global internet services.
E 2 D 5 May 2023
Sensors

Northrop Grumman prepares to build two Navy radar surveillance aircraft with multi-sensor fusion avionics

The E-2D's large saucer-like radar antenna and other advanced avionics, enables it to detect hostile aircraft and missiles at extremely long ranges.
Nasa Lmx 1 May 2023
Sensors

NASA to kick-off project for orbiting lightning sensor to boost aviation safety, and provide storm warnings

LMX will be an orbiting single-channel near-infrared optical persistent surveillance detector to monitor for potentially damaging lightning storms.
Max 27 April 2023
Computers

Northrop Grumman eyes embedded computing for digital signal processing and jam-resistant communications

MAX seeks to achieve at least a 100 times improvement in power efficiency and processing density compared to state-of-the-art digital signal processing.
Darpa Fence 12 Sept 2022
Sensors

Northrop Grumman, Raytheon move forward in developing electro-optical sensors with built-in machine learning

DARPA FENCE seeks to develop an event-based camera and a new class of digital signal processing and machine learning for intelligent military sensors.
Ah 1 Z 25 March 2022
Communications

Northrop goes full-rate production of Link 16 tactical data link for sensor networking on Marine helicopters

The Link 16 military tactical sensor network enables military aircraft, ships, and ground forces to exchange their tactical picture in near-real time.
Laser Strykers 21 Jan 2022
Power

Army readies first Strykers with 50-kilowatt laser weapons

Army expected to reopen the competition because the system is considered critical in future operations against prolific threats like unmanned aircraft.
Ibcs 14 Jan 2022
Communications

Northrop Grumman to build open-systems architecture battle management system for air and missile attack

The IBCS air command-and-control system to help air and missile defenders make quick decisions and adapt quickly to changing battlefield conditions.
Northrop Manta 5 Jan 2022
Uncrewed

Northrop Grumman to develop UUV enabling technologies

Focus is on on long-endurance UUV systems integration, based on overall risk posture, maturity of critical subsystems, and technical performance.
Ah 1 Link 16 3 Jan 2022
Communications

Northrop Grumman to provide networking data link for helicopters

Link 16 is a military tactical data link network that enables military aircraft, ships, and ground forces to exchange their tactical pictures.
E 2 D 15 Oct 2021
Communications

E-2D airborne radio to get MUOS SATCOM communications

AN/ARC-210 RT-2036 radio offers secure communications; interoperability with VHF and UHF radios; and high-speed, ad-hoc networked communications.
Hypersonic 7 Oct 2021
Sensors

Military eyes hypersonic weapons to defend against ICBMs

The MDA may be working with a Raytheon-Northrop Grumman NGI team to accelerate NGI development for missile defense to be ready by as early as 2028.
Raytheon Hypersonic 6 Oct 2021
Sensors

U.S. hypersonic missile passes free-flight test

Pentagon has identified hypersonic weapons and counter-hypersonic capabilities as the highest technical priorities for the nation's security.
Autonomous Aircraft 27 Sept 2021
Uncrewed

Northrop Grumman offers unmanned loyal wingman jet fighter

At top speeds, the Model 437 could reach about 650 miles per hour, with a cruising speed of about 600 miles per hour, and fly alongside an F-35.
Ch 53 K 8 Sept 2021
Computers

CH-53K helicopters to get new EW and data storage avionics

The CH-53K King Stallion is a large cargo helicopter designed to move Marines and their equipment from ships offshore onto attack beaches.
Mq 4 C 19 Aug 2021
Sensors

Multi-intel MQ-4C long-range UAV flies for first time

A fleet of 68 Tritons will fly five-at-a-time for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to let the Navy stand-down its crewed EP-3 Aries patrol planes.