Rohde & Schwarz UK Ltd. has been down selected after a 12 month competition process run by BAE Systems to be the preferred partner for the design phase of the integrated communications system for the future Royal Navy’s Type 26 Global Combat Ship.
Exelis has unveiled a system to allow continued communications in a heavily jammed battlefield environment. The small, lightweight Integrated Protection and Transmission System (iProTxS) can be quickly integrated with existing radios and electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment on both mounted and dismounted platforms.
Narda Microwave-East, an L-3 Communications company, announced the expansion of its Phase Shifter product line. Responding to customer requests, the expanded line features new models in five distinct categories.
Telefónica has been selected by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Control as the preferred communications service provider for two out of three lots in the UK’s smart meter tender, subject to contracts being agreed.
Roke, a Chemring Group company, announces SmartLink, the world's only man-portable, 15 km range, private 3G basestation for military, security and public safety deployments, is now available for demonstration and evaluation.
NEC Corp. has developed a new technology that estimates the transmission speed of internet and mobile network communications (3G and LTE), enabling the provision of high quality services based on transmission speeds.
Harris Corp., has received authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin work on the seven-year, $150 million Data Communications Network Services (DCNS) element of its Data Communications Integrated Services (DCIS) program. DCNS will help to transition U.S. air traffic control from primarily analog voice communications to digital data connectivity — significantly increasing the efficiency and safety of the nation's air traffic control system.
Array Wireless Inc., a technology leader in the creation of efficient, high linearity microwave power amplifiers, announced a major financial investment in the company by Loma Vista Wireless Inc., and the addition of a seasoned management team to spur new growth initiatives. In addition to a cash infusion for new product initiatives, the company is expanding its facility size and hiring staff to accommodate increased design and production capacity.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. announced that its Melville, New York-based subsidiary, Comtech PST Corp., has received $1.9 million of orders for high-power amplifiers from a leading provider of aviation electronics and communication systems.