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CAES sends MOSA-aligned converter to USAF open-architecture demo - NewsMarch 22, 2023
ARLINGTON, Va. RF technology provider CAES announced that its 3U converter was chosen to be part of the US Air Force (USAF) MIRAGE airborne electronic warfare (EW) pod demonstration. The new SOSA-aligned 3U wideband RF converter was recently sent to Georgia Tech Research Institute for integration into the demonstration.
Herley becomes part of CAES, adding RF capability - NewsMarch 15, 2023
ARLINGTON, Virginia. Officials at CAES announced that Herley -previously under Ultra - has joined CAES to grow the company’s footprint in the RF market. The combination enables CAES to add capabilities in missile flight instrumentation, customized RF solutions for microwave assemblies, and tactical radio frequency.
U.S. Navy taps CAES to support SEWIP Block 2 EW program - NewsFebruary 13, 2023
ARLINGTON, Va. CAES has won a contract with the U.S. Navy -- with a reported value of as much as $38.5 million over five years -- to supply spares, engineering services, and repairs on antenna-array panel assemblies to continue to support the SEWIP Block 2 program.
Advanced SiP assemblies from CAES will continue on USAF wideband radio - NewsJanuary 31, 2023
ARLINGTON, Va. Mission-critical RF company CAES won a spot to continue contributing to the U.S. Air Force on the Extremely Wideband Radio Frequency Spectrum Operations (EWO) system.
GPS antennas using M-Code garners CAES contract with Northrop Grumman - NewsJanuary 26, 2023
ARLINGTON, Va. RF electronics maker CAES announced it won a contract from Northrop Grumman valued at more than $24 million to provide M-Code GPS antennas to support precision guidance kits (PGK).
CAES licenses IP for critical infrastructure with Idaho Scientific - NewsDecember 01, 2022
GOTHENBURG, Sweden. Electronics maker CAES announced that it gave its first commercial U.S.-based license for its RISC-V/NOEL-V processor CPU core to Idaho Scientific (Boise, Idaho), a company that develops products that protect hardware and software systems that support critical infrastructure.
Space-ready electronics riding NASA's unmanned Artemis I mission - NewsNovember 17, 2022
NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. The launch of the unmanned Artemis I mission, NASA’s first step in returning to the moon, is carrying a host of critical components that power the flight computers, flight-control systems, and payloads on both the Space Launch System (SLS) and the Orion spacecraft. NASA successfully launched the Artemis I from Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday, November 16.