NuWaves Engineering has announced that the bandpass filter designed for the GPS (Global Positioning System’s) L1 band as part of the AFRL (Air Force Research Lab’s) TANGO (Technologically Advanced N-plexer for GPS III Operation) SBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) Phase II project has successfully completed multipaction testing.
The results of the testing proved that NuWaves’ TANGO design will raise the bar for space qualified components.
“NuWaves is extremely proud of our progress to help AFRL advance the state-of-the-art under the TANGO SBIR Phase II contract,” said Jeff Wells, President and CEO of NuWaves Engineering. “Our team is poised to deliver an innovative and high-technology solution in support of the next generation of GPS equipment.”
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