Rockwell Collins gets a $21.8 million modification to speed up development of more powerful, M-Code-capable receivers.
The Army is upgrading WIN-T to include intelligence and C2 capabilities, with medical and logistics systems to come.
MUOS will eventually be a five-satellite constellation forming a smartphone-like network for secure, high-bandwidth communications.
Northrop Grumman’s BACN system bridges the gaps in air and ground communications.
The GATR antennas weigh 80 percent less than typical satellite dishes and provide secure, high-bandwidth communication in remote and austere environments.
Service gives L-3 Communications an extra $8.5 million to accelerate work on the Military GPS User Equipment program.
The SpinSat's unique design could pave the way for better control of small satellites.
CGI Federal and DRS Technologies, which protested after being left off the original award, can now bid for work on the Navy’s next=generation shipboard network.