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  • November 10, 2009 – Argon ST has acquired the assets of Applied Microwave Energy (AME), Inc. of Westlake Village, California, that allow us to continue AME's proven antenna and related equipment production and development business.  AME has been providing antennas, radomes and associated hardware to the US DoD, DoD contractors, and our allies for 33 years.  The activities of AME will be moved to our Ventura, California facility.  We look forward to continuing to serve AME's market and customers and to leveraging the AME capabilities into future Argon ST developments.

  • October 15-19 2007 – Argon ST participates in 2007 Weapons & Tactics Conference (WEPTAC) in Tucson, AZ. Argon ST, a leading provider of C5ISR systems, will be participating and displaying new hardware for tactical operators at WEPTAC. Resulting from the recent acquisition of Coherent Systems International, these new products promise improved tactical flexibility to C-130 operators.

  • September 2007 – Argon ST has been awarded a development contract via the Joint Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare Science & Technology BAA ( JCREW S&T BAA), for a next generation extreme bandwidth receiver. The contract will provide for the development of the receiver/transceiver for use with CREW 3.3 and related programs. Work will be accomplished in Fairfax and Newington, VA as well as at partner DRS Signal Solutions (DRS-SS) in Gaithersburg, MD.

  • August 2007 – Argon ST has been awarded $15.8 Million in follow-on work for the Navy's EP-3 Surveillance aircraft. The contract was awarded by L-3 Communications - Integrated Systems out of Waco Texas, which supports the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR PMA 290) as the prime contractor on the Banshee program. The contract will provide upgrades to the current Banshee subsystem for the JCC Spiral 3 configuration consistent with Argon ST's widely deployed Lighthouse System Architecture. The contract also calls for developing an ALD-9 replacement processor, supporting RF Distribution, and commensurate software updates required to implement the JCC Spiral 3 configuration.

Radix News Archive

  • December 22, 2004 – Radix announces the award of $25 million Department of Defense contract to build the next generation anti-jamming GPS device for the U.S. Navy's military aircraft..

  • December 20, 2004 – Radix successfully completed flight testing of its Amber cellular/PCS processing system installed on a rotor wing aircraft.

  • October 25, 2004 – Radix announces the IFM-DMP Phase 1 SBIR Option has been signed by the Government. The award of the Option signifies the Governments intent to award a Phase 2 contract to Radix in this new business area.

  • October 21, 2004 – Radix successfully completed flight testing of its Amber cellular/PCS processing system installed on a fixed wing aircraft. The system exceeded its signal processing and capacity requirements and utilized spatial beamforming and temporal processing techniques to handle signals in the presence of severe co-frequency interference. Radix also demonstrated the system’s ability to process significantly more signals than competing systems in a ground based installation.

  • October 15, 2004 – Radix successfully completed field testing of its GPS anti-jam system. System performance met requirements and demonstrated the effectiveness of CGML processing.

  • July 13, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to add new signal processing capabilities to its TDOA/FDOA precision Geolocation system.

  • July 12, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to adapt its signal recognizer product to a new ground system.

  • May 29, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to add new signal processing capabilities to its Amber cellular/PCS processing and its Wildcat TODA/FDOA precision Geolocation systems.

  • May 20, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to add new signal processing capabilities to its GPS anti-jam system.

  • May 11, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to upgrade its GPS anti-jam receiver and perform field testing.

  • March 19, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to provide flight testing of its Amber cellular/PCS processing and its Wildcat Direction Finding systems on a rotor based helicopter aircraft.

  • January 29, 2004 – Radix announces award of a new contract to provide flight testing of its Amber cellular/PCS processing system on a fixed wing aircraft.

  • December 12, 2003 – Radix announces the addition of Rick Cannon, Director of Business Development to its staff. Rick brings his extensive experience in defense marketing to Radix, where he will be responsible for its marketing strategy and execution.

  • September 18, 2003 – Radix announces award of a new contract to further develop its Amber cellular/PCS processing system.

  • June 20, 2003 – Radix successfully completed flight testing of its multi-platform airborne TDOA/FDOA precision Geolocation system and signal identification Wildcat system. The system met and exceeded all performance requirements including geolocation accuracy and signal identification accuracy.

  • June 2, 2003 – Radix announces a collaborative effort with Agilent and the commercial release of its signal recognizer product integrated as part of the Agilent™ Blackbird Signal Development System. The product is being marketed by Agilent as the ModRec option.

  • July 17, 2002 – Radix announces award of a new contract to deliver production signal recognizer systems for ground based field use. Radix will adapt its software to run on a customer specified platform.

  • AFRL Demonstrates Multisensor Data Exploitation Capability

  • AFRL Demonstrates Network Embedded Systems Technology at Team Patriot Exercise

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