LONGBOW Limited Liability Company (LLC) and the U.S. Army have definitized contracts valued at $170.5 million to provide LONGBOW Fire Control Radar (FCR) hardware for Apache AH-64E helicopters supporting U.S. Army lots 7 and 8 plus three international customers.
Link Microtek has designed and produced a compact high-power 9-way radial combiner specifically for BAE Systems as part of a program to upgrade customers’ S-Band radar transmitters by replacing their magnetrons with multiple solid-state power amplifiers (SSPA).
EM Solutions Cobra M2 Maritime SATCOM Terminal has successfully completed the WGS testing and certification process and been notified by the certification authority that the terminals are now able to operate at Ka-Band on the WGS Satellite Network.
Lockheed Martin Skunk Works® and DARPA recently performed a series of flight tests demonstrating how a SoS approach enables seamless–and rapid–integration across air, space, land, sea and cyber in contested environments.
Akoustis Technologies announced its first production order for initial quantities of a 3.8 GHz BAW filter. The order, from a “well-established military OEM,” is the company's first BAW filter design win above 3 GHz.
The FCC has adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposing flexible use for 500 MHz of mid-band spectrum between 3.7 and 4.2 GHz. Seeking to allocate spectrum for new wireless uses while treating existing users fairly, the FCC asks Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) earth stations operating in the band to certify the accuracy of their existing registration and license information, part of the commission's effort to understand how the band is being used.
VadaTech announces the AMC587 and AMC588. These modules couple high-performance RF front end with an XCVU13P providing signal processing bandwidth at over 20 TeraMACs of DSP compute performance in the compact AdvancedMC (AMC) form factor.
SemiGen announces new foundry capabilities and hi-rel screening services. Now offering wafer processing of 100 to 150 mm silicon wafers, as well as alumina and aluminum nitride substrates up to 4.25 in.