Mercury Systems Inc. announced that it received a $2.2 million order from a leading systems integrator to supply high-performance digital signal processing and radio frequency (RF) modules for a signals intelligence application. The order was booked in the Company’s fiscal 2016 third quarter and is expected to be shipped by the end of its fiscal 2016 fourth quarter.
Norsat International Inc., a provider of unique and customized communication solutions for remote and challenging applications, announced the ATOM 250 Watt Ku-Band Block Upconverters (BUC) and Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPA), the latest edition to the ATOM Series products.
Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), announced the addition of a new driver amplifier to its growing line of products, the CMD232 2 to 9 GHz driver amplifier.
BAE Systems has been awarded an $11 million contract by the Office of Naval Research to develop next-generation electronic warfare technology that will quickly detect, locate, and identify emitters of radio frequency signals
Crane’s new K-Band 2-way iso-divider features similar outstanding performance as previously introduced Ku-Band 2-, 4- and 8-way products, including exceptionally low insertion loss and optimum band flatness performance. Other features include small size, low weight and high reliability, crucial for space applications.
VectorNav Technologies introduced the VN-360 GPS-Compass heading and position sensor. The VN-360 is an OEM GPS-Compass module that provides an accurate, True North heading solution for systems integrators seeking a reliable alternative to magnetic-based sensors.
Harris Corp. was one of three awardees of a multi-award IDIQ contract to supply HMS Manpack radios to the U.S. Army. The IDIQ contract consists of a five-year base and an additional five-year option and has a ceiling of $12.7 billion. The Army expects full rate production to begin in the fourth quarter of Harris’ fiscal 2017 and to acquire approximately 65,000 HMS Manpack radios under the IDIQs.