Intellian Awarded Antenna Contract for U.S. Navy by SPAWAR

Credit: Intellian

Published Oct 17, 2018 5:39 PM by The Maritime Executive

Intellian has been awarded a contract by SPAWAR to deliver its new SPL100 antenna system to the U.S. Navy. The SPL100 antenna is a unique combined Ka- and L-band antenna system designed to provide the U.S. Navy with sustained information warfare capabilities.

This groundbreaking new antenna system provides enhanced capabilities in both the Ka- and L-band depending on operational requirements. Intellian was commissioned by SPAWAR to design, develop, and deliver the SPL100 product for the U.S. Navy based on its innovative technology and approach along with industry-leading RF performance. The product is tested and certified to the MIL-STD 167-A & 461-F military standard.

Intellian is a leading global provider of reliable maritime satellite communication solutions that are approved to operate across multiple satellite constellations to always maintain connectivity.

SPAWAR products and services transform ships, aircraft and vehicles from individual platforms into integrated battle forces, delivering and enhancing information warfare for Navy, Marine, joint forces, federal agencies and international allies.

Edward Joannides, general manager of Intellian Technologies USA Inc., commented, “This award confirms Intellian’s position as the leading designer and supplier of cutting-edge satellite communication systems. We’re proud to provide a solution that delivers enhanced cyberspace information warfare capability for the U.S. Navy that leverages our experience and proven track record to meet performance requirements with respect to capacity, security, and reliability. Working closely with SPAWAR’s research and development, systems engineering, testing and evaluation teams is a rewarding effort and the resultant Intellian SPL100 product is a critical component in the execution of defense end-user missions around the globe.”

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