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Cobham-RFHIC team up to develop GaN-based RF products - News

March 16, 2016
LANSDALE, Pa. Officials at RFHIC Corp. of Korea and Cobham have signed a strategic Memorandum of Agreement, in which Cobham engineers will incorporate RFHIC?s Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology into the company's next-generation RF products.

Smart air compressor system for weapons ejection released by Cobham - News

February 29, 2016
ORCHARD PARK, New York. Engineers at Cobham Mission Systems released a smart, power management pure air compressor system for weapons deployment in military aircraft. Cobham officials announced the new system, dubbed SUREPAC at Air Warfare Symposium.

Harris officials order Cobham's RF microelectronics for EW program - News

January 05, 2016
SAN JOSE, Calif. Harris Corp. officials ordered RF microelectronics from Cobham to support an electronic warfare (EW) program, which is valued at an estimated $35 million.

NASA selects Cobham's actuators for Mars 2020 mission - News

December 24, 2015
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. NASA officials have selected Cobham’s actuators to drive rover wheels and provide steering motion, move the high-gain antenna, and perform remote sensing mast deployment for the Mars 2020 mission.

Explosive detection system for Army to be developed by Cobham - News

November 03, 2015
MARLOW, United Kingdom. U.S. Army officials have tasked engineers at Cobham to develop next generation technologies that can detect landmines and other explosive hazards that are hidden in the ground.

BAE Systems orders Cobham's microelectronic products - News

October 20, 2015
SAN DIEGO. BAE Systems has placed a series of orders from Cobham for microelectronic products for the F-35 Lightning II platform. The order includes integrated microelectronic assemblies for radar and electronic warfare (EW).

Explosive ordnance robot introduced at DSEI 2015 - News

September 17, 2015
LONDON. Introduced at DSEI 2015 by officials at Cobham is telemax's 4X4 remotely operated vehicle, which joins the company’s unmanned system family. The 4x4 design incorporates four-wheel drive system and WLAN-based data and video transmission technology.