Cobham has won a contract for the production of Antenna Array Panel Assemblies (AAPAs) from Lockheed Martin Corporation.
The AAPAs are used in the Block II configuration of the Navy’s Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP).
“Cobham’s interferometer-based array technology enhances the SEWIP Block 2 program’s detection and reporting accuracy against modern threat systems and improves overall shipboard combat effectiveness. We are very proud to be a member of the SEWIP team,” Jim Barber, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cobham Integrated Electronic Solutions said in a statement Thursday.
The SEWIP program upgrades existing out-of-production AN/SLQ-32(V) electronic warfare systems. Block II is the latest in improvement phases the Navy is pursuing for its shipboard electronic warfare system, which will add new defensive technologies and functional capabilities such as improved electronic support receivers and combat system interfaces. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., manages the contracting activity for the SEWIP Block II procurement.
Cobham has handed over newly designed quartz radome and in-flight refueling probe to be integrated to Indias Tejas MK-1 Light Combat Aircraft. The much awaited Final Operational Clearance of Indias Tejas Light Combat Aircraft was delayed due to non-supply of newly designed quartz radome and a bolt on inflight refueling probe by Cobham UK in March this year, section of Indian Media reported Wednesday
The much awaited Final Operational Clearance of Indias Tejas Light Combat Aircraft is again delayed due to non-supply of newly designed quartz radome and a bolt on inflight refueling probe by Cobham UK. Other than software tweaks, the main difference b/w IOC-2 and FOC standard will involve the integration of a newly designed quartz radome and a bolt on inflight refueling probe, both supplied by Cobham UK
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has awarded a new contract to continue its dedicated airborne search and rescue capability when the current contracts expire. Cobham SAR Services Pty Ltd will begin providing a search and rescue service for AMSA from August 2016
Cobham received orders from a leading Defense firm for radio frequency (RF) microelectronics and antenna assemblies that support an airborne Electronic Warfare (EW) program. Cobham recently received a series of orders from a leading Defense firm for radio frequency (RF) microelectronics and antenna assemblies that support an airborne Electronic Warfare (EW) program valued at approximately $18M, the company said in a statement Monday
Cobham has developed a new family of Gallium-Nitride (GaN) Solid State Transmitter solutions. Pronounced as "solstice," SOLSTx is optimized for ground, maritime and airborne applications including air traffic control, weather, telemetry, fire control, and long range surveillance radars, the company said in a statement Monday
Cobham has won a $51 million orders from BAE Systems to equip the F-35 Lightning II platform with microelectronic products. Cobham's offering for the recent orders on the F-35 platform includes microelectronic components and integrated microelectronic assemblies for radar and electronic warfare (EW)
Lockheed Martin has delivered an additional MC-130J Commando II aircraft assigned to the US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). Crews from the US Air Force ferried the aircraft to Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, from the Lockheed Martin facility in Marietta, the company said in a statement Thursday
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