Cobham has secured a contract worth more than $10 million to provide multiple waveguide assemblies and components to support Lockheed Martin‘s production of three-dimensional fixed-phase array radars for the U.S. Navy.
Cobham said Monday its electronic integrated solutions business will manufacture AN/SPY-1D waveguide systems at a facility in New Hampshire.
The AN/SPY-1D is designed to function as the primary air search radar on the Lockheed-built Aegis combat system.
Jeff Hassannia, senior vice president of business development and technology of Cobham’s advanced electronic solutions segment, said the company will continue its longstanding support to the Navy and Lockheed on the maritime radar system and its expansion in the Asia-Pacific.
Cobham also received a multimillion dollar order from Lockheed in September to produce radio frequency microelectronics for the F-35 fighter aircraft.