Similarly, we believe Syntonics deep domain expertise in agile RF technology will expand and enhance our position as the preeminent supplier of high-performance, SWaP-optimized EW subsystems while enabling us to further penetrate the SIGINT and ELINT markets with additional Mercury content.
Based in Campbell, Calif., privately-held Syntonic Microwave is a leading provider of advanced synthesizers, wideband phase coherent tuners and microwave converters optimized for signals intelligence (SIGINT) and electronic intelligence (ELINT) applications demanding frequency coverage up to 40 GHz with 2 GHz instantaneous bandwidth.
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for some of the work she does.
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Research, a New Jersey-based think tank operation for The Shaw-Walker Co., a full-line office furniture manufacturer in Muskegon, MI.
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Bruce Montgomery, president of Syntonics
LLC, a Columbia, Maryland-based radio frequencies technology company, said the high antennas for radio communications tethered drone would not only benefit combat troops, but could aid in ship-to-shore and search-and-rescue missions.
"The enemy knows antennas mean command and control," said Raymond Madonna, vice president of Syntonics
LLC, a supplier of military communications equipment.
The Fiber Optic Remote Amplifier Extension System (FORAX), made by Syntonics
LLC, of Columbia, Md., enables military units to relocate radio antennas up to a kilometer away from their transmitters.