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Small SATCOM Antenna for Underwater Operations

DSIAC was given a set of technical requirements and conducted research to identify candidate technologies suitable to meet the capability needs. DSIAC partnered with a prominent SATCOM vendor to create a list of off-the-shelf products…

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Army ManTech Program Advances Materials for New Low-Profile Antenna

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD – Army scientists developed a first-of-its kind antenna that could change how ground vehicles and airborne systems communicate, transmit, and receive radio frequency communications. The Army ManTech program matured a manufacturing…

Military Camouflage Technology: Countering Thermal Imaging

Recent research in U.S. military camouflage technology has been looking at how to avoid detection from high-end thermal imaging – described as an emerging threat to the United States. What are the latest camouflage systems that the United States and Russia are developing and how can they help soldiers to avoid detection? Military camouflage technology

Kepler, Phasor Test Flat Panel Antenna with LEO Cubesat

Startups Kepler Communications and Phasor said Sept. 10 that they successfully demonstrated a link between Kepler’s cubesat and a Phasor flat panel antenna. The test, according to the companies, “represents the first example of a wideband [low-Earth orbit] satellite to have been auto-acquired, auto-tracked, and communicated with, by a commercial flat panel, electronically-steerable antenna.” Antennas