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Antennas / Subsystems and Systems

JTRS/SINCGARS Ultra-broadband (30 to 2000 MHz) Airborne Blade Antenna for Sub-sonic Aircraft and Helicoptors

January 10, 2007
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How do you design, develop, and produce an airborne blade antenna to cover 30 to 2000 MHz and achieve greatly improved performance, especially at the low end of the band for SINCGARS applications, while maintaining its small size for mounting on sub-sonic aircraft and helicopters?  Astron has had a series of R&D/Production program over the last nine years achieving miniaturized antennas for communications and Direction Finding (DF) Arrays for the U.K., US Army/Navy, Australia, and others for submarines, ships, UUV/UAV, aircraft and Land Mobile systems.

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