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L3Harris Technologies has concluded a three-month demonstration of a multi-band, multi-mission digital beamforming phased array antenna system prototype in support of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's satellite data management efforts. During the test, the DPAAS prototype technology handled an average of more than 300 daily satellite contacts and showcased its ability to support multiple simultaneous contacts with near-zero downtime amid the harsh weather conditions in Alaska, L3Harris said Friday.


Atom Computing has developed a 1,225-site atomic array containing 1,180 qubits for its next-generation neutral atom quantum computer set to be released in 2024. The company said Tuesday it has become the first quantum system developer to cross the 1,000-qubit threshold in a universal, gate-based system, which is necessary to achieve fault-tolerant quantum computing for solving large-scale problems.

Jonathan Moneymaker, CEO of BlueHalo and a previous Wash100 awardee, said the Space Rapid Capabilities Office under the U.S. Space Force will be the first customer of the company’s mobile electronic phased array antenna in support of the Satellite Communications Augmentation Resource program, SpaceNews reported Saturday. According to Moneymaker, the BlueHalo antenna, dubbed Badger, is […] More
Lockheed Martin has awarded CAES a low-rate initial production phase 2 contract to continue the supply of phased array antennas for the former’s Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare system. CAES said Wednesday its phased array antennas are designed to support the AOEW system’s ability to function autonomously or with a ship’s onboard electronic surveillance sensor. AOEW […] More
In the Department of Defense’s near future, John Sherman, the department’s chief information officer and acting chief digital and artificial intelligence officer, said multiple modernization efforts will ideally converge to fully bring the DOD into the digital age and help ensure the country’s technical advantage. “In a few years, our software modernization efforts will fully continue […] More
Lockheed Martin has awarded CAES a low rate initial production phase 1 contract to provide phased array antennas for its Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare system. AEOW is designed to provide persistent electronic surveillance and attack capabilities against anti-ship missiles and other potential threats, CAES said Wednesday. Phased array antennas from CAES can support Lockheed’s AOEW […] More
CAES has partnered with Lattice Semiconductor to qualify and distribute the latter’s field-programmable gate array for use in space systems. The Arlington, Virginia-based electronics manufacturer said Monday Lattice’s radiation-resistant Certus-NX-RT and CertusPro FPGAs will be added to its space product portfolio and offered as reconfigurable processing systems for future satellites. The Lattice-made FPGAs build on […] More
Two new Boeing-made solar arrays have been installed by astronauts outside the International Space Station to provide power for the orbiting laboratory. The company said Monday the new arrays generate twice the energy than those produced by the original ones, and feature solar cells built by Spectrolab and a Redwire-developed roll-out structure for enabling movement […] More
SpaceX has launched a Dragon resupply spacecraft with over 7,300 pounds of new solar arrays, research materials and various supplies en route to the International Space Station. The spacecraft, which marks NASA’s 22nd SpaceX resupply mission, carries the new ISS Roll-out Solar Arrays and scientific investigations on topics including microgravity, cotton production, ultrasounds and virtual […] More

Redwire has built and supplied a pair of roll-out solar arrays to Boeing for installation on the International Space Station as part of a NASA initiative to modernize the orbiting laboratory's power system. Boeing, the prime contractor for NASA ISS operations, received two of the six iROSAs after the hardware completed the acceptance testing phase, Redwire said Thursday.

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