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NuWaves Lands Army SBIR Phase 1 Contract for IFF Simulation Tool Devt; Jeff Wells Comments

NuWaves Lands Army SBIR Phase 1 Contract for IFF Simulation Tool Devt; Jeff Wells Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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research-and-development-RDNuWaves Engineering has received a phase one Small Business Innovation Research contract to develop a Mode 5 identification friend or foe simulation and radiofrequency injection platform for the U.S. Army.

NuWaves will partner with ViaSat and leverage the latter“™s VRG-1000 IFF Environment Generator to create a tool that will work to introduce up to 1,000 simulated tactical planes to the Mode 5 receiver in support of the service branch“™s Joint Scalable Tactical Emulated Network, NuWaves said Wednesday.

Jeff Wells, president and CEO of NuWaves Engineering, said the NuWaves-ViaSat team will work to build an IFF simulation and stimulation platform designed to help the Army simulate tactical aircraft.

ViaSat“™s VRG-1000 has 25 independent transponder and 50 IFF interrogator platforms and works to simulate the RF signal environment to facilitate testing of IFF systems.

The SBIR Phase 1 project awarded by the Army“™s Redstone Test Center will run for six months and will include the design of a linear RF power amplifier.

Middletown, Ohio-based NuWaves Engineering is a veteran-owned small business that provides RF and microwave platforms for government, defense and industrial clients.

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Written by Jane Edwards

is a staff writer at Executive Mosaic, where she writes for ExecutiveBiz about IT modernization, cybersecurity, space procurement and industry leaders’ perspectives on government technology trends.

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