IAI Awarded U.S. Navy Contract to Develop a Small Form Factor Ultra-Wideband Phased Array Transmitter

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Jan. 21, 2020 — Intelligent Automation, Incorporated (IAI), a technology innovation company, announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy to develop a rugged, small form factor, ultra-wideband phased array transmitter for testing and evaluation of new weapons systems.

In this contract, IAI will design a rugged, high-power, wide-band transmitter and antenna system to replicate various radar systems. The system will be used to evaluate the performance of new weapons and communications systems both in the lab and in the field. The system will be configurable to accommodate many different radar signals and communications protocols as needed. The electronics will be robust enough to support a 100% duty cycle.

IAI specializes in developing advanced RF systems for military, transportation, and medical applications. IAI’s technologies are used in phased arrays radars, portable radios, non-destructive evaluation sensors, and electronic warfare systems.

“IAI is proud to be selected by the Air Force to address the gaps in testing new weapons systems with a highly configurable phased array platform,” said Vikram Manikonda, President and CEO of IAI.

About IAI

IAI is a technology innovation company specializing in providing advanced technology solutions and R&D services to federal agencies and corporations. IAI leverages agile R&D processes, a multi-disciplinary collaborative environment, and a substantial intellectual property portfolio to develop concepts into market-focused products and customer-driven solutions. IAI’s core R&D areas include: AI & Advanced Computing; Autonomy & Robotics; Healthcare Research Technologies; Modeling, Simulation & Visualization; Networks & Cyber Security; and Radar, Communications & Sensors. For more information about IAI, please visit www.i-a-i.com.


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