CAES wins hypersonic antenna contract

On March 15, Arlington, VA-based CAES, provider of mission critical electronic solutions, has recently received a contract from the United States government to develop advanced antenna technology solutions for hypersonic applications. Work will be performed by the CAES facilities in Lansdale, Pennsylvania and Exeter, New Hampshire.

“CAES is proud to help the US government develop groundbreaking antenna technology for hypersonic applications,” said Mike Kahn, president and CEO, CAES . “Leveraging our extensive pedigree in developing aperture and antenna technology from our work on orbital launch vehicles, missiles, and guided munitions, CAES is committed to ensuring our customers’ success in developing solutions for this critical national priority.”

CAES capabilities applicable to hypersonic applications include: advanced seeker technologies for proximity and height-of-burst sensing, datalinks, telemetry, microwave components, high temperature antennas, phased array sensors, on board processing, radiation hardened microelectronics and cryptographic ASICs.

Source: CAES