Defence-grade antennas for mission-critical applications

16-02-2024 | Fairview Microwave | Passives

Fairview Microwave has launched its advanced defence-grade antennas. The new products include ruggedised GPS, manpack omni, and vehicle omni antennas designed to excel in mission-critical applications such as vehicle navigation, personnel communications, vehicle communications, electronic warfare and jamming.

Compliance and quality assurance are essential in government and defence applications. The company's defence-grade antennas meet MIL-STD-810 standards, guaranteeing durability and adherence to strict quality standards. Also, they are TAA-compliant, making them ideal for government and defence applications where compliance is non-negotiable.

Constructed to withstand the toughest conditions, these antennas provide heavy-duty construction and a rugged design for long-lasting performance in demanding environments. They will perform reliably in severe weather conditions and on rough terrains.

Installation is made easier with robust construction and NATO/US standard mounting options, simplifying integration into different setups. Professionals can trust that these antennas will remain securely in place throughout critical operations.

"Our new defence-grade antennas offer a comprehensive solution for professionals in defence and government sectors seeking high-performance antennas that can withstand the most demanding conditions," said product line manager Kevin Hietpas. "They offer wideband coverage, high gain and high-power capabilities, ensuring efficient signal capture and transmission in mission-critical scenarios."

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By Seb Springall