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Radome Processes and Experience

Our site routinely develops new antenna and radome solutions, starting with concepts and working through detailed design, qualification, manufacturing start-up, and testing.

  • Electronic Warfare

  • Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)

  • Satellite Communications

  • Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR)

  • Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)

  • Communication, Navigation, Identification (CNI)

  • Fire Control and Defense Radar

Our facility specializes in composite radomes for military electromagnetic applications. We have been designing and developing radomes since 1965 and are highly familiar with environmental requirements whether it be for sea, land, air, or space solutions.

  • Fixed Wing Fighters

  • Multi-Mission Aircraft

  • Strike Aircraft

  • Configurable Pods

  • Munitions

  • Rotor Aircraft

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

  • Surface Ships

  • Submarines

  • Unmanned Underwater Vehicles

  • Ground Vehicles

  • Fixed Radar Sites


Our radomes are designed to have minimal effect on antenna RF signals while maintaining structural integrity in different environments, such as subsonic, supersonic, and hypersonic conditions. We work with the customer to design the radome and mount to ensure ease and quick installation.



The overall performance of the radome (and antenna) assembly is optimized by determining the best materials and thickness of the radomes, as well as the location of the antenna within the radome.



Manufacturing engineers develop assembly processes and techniques to ensure products are fully compliant with specification requirements. We have established workstations,consistent with Lean Manufacturing techniques and principles to stream-line the production orders.



Electrical testing may be accomplished on the full size ground planes that simulate installation on the actual platform. If the radome reflections are strong or if multiple antennas are under the same radome, an absorber isolation system is used to tune the assembly.

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