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Airborne Antennas and Emerging Technologies

FIRST RF Corporation has developed an ultra-broadband antenna for high- and low-speed aircraft. The antenna serves the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) band, 225 - 2000 MHz, with optional coverage of SINCGARS (30 -88 MHz) and commercial (108 - 174 MHz) radio systems. The Joint Tactical Radio System Airborne and Maritime/Fixed Station Joint Tactical Radio System (AMF JTRS) program is the initial targeted platform. Aircraft with radios operating at 30-88, 108-174, and 225-2000 MHz will benefit. A flight-qualified design compatible with existing VHF/UHF antenna requirements should be available by October 2011. The company seeks DoD sponsors for customization of the technology to specific platforms as well as aircraft vehicle and avionic system primes as teaming partners.

 

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Extremely Wideband Antenna for Airborne and Land Mobile Communications Systems

Keywords: Antenna, JTRS, AMF, SINCGARS, UHF, L-Band, wideband, aircraft

RF Performance Overview:

The antenna serves the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) band, 225 - 2000 MHz, with optional coverage of SINCGARS (30 -88 MHz) and commercial (108 - 174 MHz) radio systems. The Joint Tactical Radio System Airborne and Maritime/Fixed Station Joint Tactical Radio System (AMF JTRS) program is the initial targeted platform. Aircraft with radios operating at 30-88, 108-174, and 225-2000 MHz will benefit.

 

 

FIRST RF Airborne Antenna Technology

FIRSTRFAirborne

FIRST RF Corporation is developing wideband and multi-band VHF/UHF/L-Band Antenna Systems for the JTRS AMF radio system as well as commercial wideband radio systems. Come visit us at the Navy Opportunity Forum in Crystal City Virginia June 6-8 to find out more!

PDFLOGONavy JTRS Wideband AMF Antenna

Navy Opportunity Forum JTRS Wideband Blade Abstract: