Herley Subsidiary is awarded contract for fast switching synthesizers for advanced simulator applications
Herley Industries announced today that its Herley-CTI subsidiary located in Whippany, NJ has received an award worth approximately $1.1M for its flagship DS synthesizer product. The wideband DS direct synthesizer is an ultra low noise, fast switching signal source used widely in the test community for antenna measurements and communications, radar and electronic warfare (EW) system evaluation. The synthesizers ordered under this contract are for use in US Navy radar and electronic warfare environment simulators.
Richard F. Poirier, CEO and President, commented, "This award expands on the recent series of important wins for the fast switching synthesizer product line at Herley-CTI. These wins include synthesizer orders for military and commercial laboratory simulator and test applications, as well as orders for customized units offering packaging and features compatible with radar, EW, and other embedded system applications. This order adds to the already significant number of Herley-CTI synthesizers in use at this US Navy installation. We expect Herley-CTI to continue to supply high reliability, high performance products to this customer for both new systems and system upgrades."
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