During the recent Tech Warrior exercise, technologies developed under AFRL’s SBIR program took the field in combat scenarios.
Milpower gets a $29.5 million contract to provide power amplifiers for the Digital Modular Radio, the military’s first standard software-defined system.
The G/ATOR system, made by Northrop Grumman, combines the functions of five previous systems while using air cooling and other features to cut costs.
UC San Diego researchers working with DARPA show how to make a low-power, lightweight system that can take advantage of unused frequencies and avoid interference.
The Navy reaches an agreement to send a five-aircraft Blackjack system up north.
The National Training Center hosts operational tests of the ISR drone, which the Army said is so new it hasn’t been named yet.
A contract modification with Lockheed continues a program to give periscopes a sharable video capacity.
The properties of quantum entanglement could deliver the first hack-proof communications.