|By Marketwired .||
|June 9, 2014 02:31 PM EDT||
ANAHEIM, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ADCF), a developer of breakthrough technologies for military defense, homeland security and Commercial communications systems announced today that Company's patented high power handling low loss beam steering technology has been recognized as a viable solution to the pointing parabolic dish antennas for SATCOM and for small size UAVs.
"ADTI's innovative small size (12x10x10 in. weighing less than 7 lbs) wideband phased array architecture integrated with high power handling phase shifters and built-in-power splitters can replace parabolic dish antenna (as large as 10 meter diameter) with gimbals and motors which make the current antenna systems very expensive, heavy and slow" stated RS Tahim, President and CEO of Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc.
About Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc.
Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc. develops new breakthrough technologies for military defense, homeland security and commercial communications systems. The Company's microwave/millimeter-wave circuits, subsystems and the system designs developed under SBIR Programs with Government Agencies including NASA, DARPA, a prestigious defense contractor (Phillips Labs), and the US Military (USAF, ARMY, NAVY and MDA) are providing the solutions to the current issues of high cost, high power dissipation, size, weight and system complexity. The major technology innovations include: multi-band phased array antenna systems, T/R modules, diplexer/multiplexer networks, transceivers, electronically steered antennas (ESA), wideband RF antenna systems for high data rate multi-point communications, mobile communications and wideband radar systems.
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