Northrop Grumman awards SenarioTek avionics contract for F-22 signal routing and conditioning elements

SANTA ROSA, Calif., 12 September 2006. SenarioTek LLC, a woman-owned business in Santa Rosa, Calif., has been awarded a contract by the Radio Systems business of Northrop Grumman's Space Technology sector to produce the F-22 Signal Routing and Conditioning Elements (SRCEs).

Sep 12th, 2006

SANTA ROSA, Calif., 12 September 2006. SenarioTek LLC, a woman-owned business in Santa Rosa, Calif., has been awarded a contract by the Radio Systems business of Northrop Grumman's Space Technology sector to produce the F-22 Signal Routing and Conditioning Elements (SRCEs).

The SRCEs are a part of the Integrated Support System used to evaluate and measure the operational capability of the F-22 Communication, Navigation, and Identification (CNI) system.

The contract involves design and integration of the signal routing and conditioning elements that will form a large-scale, flexible platform for testing the fighter plane's CNI avionics.

SenarioTek is an industry leader in providing custom RF and MW test interface and system integration solutions that enhance customer test capabilities.

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