Lark Engineering, Smart Electronics and Secure Communication Systems, leading developers and providers of RF focused electromechanical solutions for high reliability applications in the defense, commercial aerospace and industrial markets will attend the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium next month in Phoenix.

IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) is the premier annual international meeting for technologists involved in all facets of microwave theory and practice. The symposium consists of a full week of events to include technical paper presentations, workshops, tutorials as well as numerous social activities. Additionally, the symposium hosts a large commercial exhibition featuring over 550 companies.

Bob Swelgin, president of Lark Engineering and Smart Electronics; Fred Little, VP of sales and marketing for Lark Engineering and Smart Electronics; and Greg Munroe, director of business development for Lark Engineering and Smart Electronics, will be in attendance at this event to showcase several innovative products.

President Bob Swelgin explains, “Lark Engineering’s booth at this year’s MTT demonstrates, for the first time, our advances in product content and technology. These advances are leveraged by vertical integration offered by the Secure Technology Companies of Lark, Smart and Secure Communication Systems. Our customers are no longer looking for a “one trick pony” for their technology needs; they want a relationship that can satisfy their product needs from components to systems including design and test. Lark is committed to be the “one stop shop” for manufacturing and technology.”

Lark Engineering, Smart Electronics and Secure Communication Systems will be located at Booth 731.

Products Featured:

  • Lark Engineering
  • Tunable Filters
  • Classified RF Filters
  • Ultra Thin Filters

Smart Electronics:

  • RFCCAs

Secure Communications Systems

  • Vertically Integrated (with Smart Electronics and Lark Engineering) Systems Solutions

For more information, please visit Lark Engineering, Smart Electronics, and Secure Communication Systems.