Southwest Antennas announced that they have been awarded an indefinite quantity indefinite delivery (IDIQ) contract from a major U.S. Federal Law Enforcement agency, with a $4.9 million award ceiling over the next five years.
This award will see Southwest Antennas supply high performance antennas, accessory products and engineering services in support of upgrading existing communication technology and the deployment of new systems used by federal law enforcement officers.
“Southwest Antennas has worked in support of our partners across all Federal Law Enforcement agencies since our company was founded fifteen years ago, including as a subcontractor on previous major federal contract awarded in support of law enforcement technology deployment,” said Benjamin Culver, co-owner and president of Southwest Antennas. “Our engineering and design teams have worked to bring best-in-breed antenna technology to market that enables the dynamic communication infrastructure operated by today’s law enforcement teams to protect life and property. This contract win is recognition of the hard work our team has put into supporting our partners in the federal law enforcement community.”
Founded and headquartered in the military and radio communications R&D hub of San Diego, Southwest Antennas focuses on providing their customers with antenna technology that improves the performance of connected radios and devices, engineered to survive field deployments in dangerous and harsh environments, and is manufactured in the U.S.
Southwest Antennas’ products power legacy radio architectures still in service as well as cutting edge next-generation communication ecosystems, including MIMO/MANET mesh radios, surveillance systems, fixed and mobile infrastructure, vehicle and dismounted user radio systems, unmanned robotics systems and many other law enforcement deployments.