January 13, 2022 High Performance, Lightweight, Solid State Power Amplifiers combined with custom integrated waveguide and switching solutions provide efficient and easily installed redundancy upgrades to new or existing antennas.
Mission Microwave’s customers started 2021 eager to meet the challenges offered by a market dealing with the on-going effects of the global pandemic. The company’s customers continue to rely on Mission for on-time and in-spec delivery of innovative X-, Ku-, and Ka-band Block Upconverters (BUCs) for tactical and high performance SATCOM terminals and gateways.
Cypress, CA – August 31, 2021 – Mission Microwave Technologies, LLC, a manufacturer of highly efficient Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) and Block Up Converters (BUCs) has received a multi-million dollar order from a US DoD contractor to provide updated versions of the contractor’s highly integrated transceivers for their signature Man-Portable VSAT terminal. This design win replaces incumbent providers and brings Mission’s efficient and reliable GaN power amplifiers integrated with receiver components to create products that are form, fit, and function replacements for older version technologies. Initial orders for the transceiver products covering all three band total over $2.4 million.
August 23, 2021 Developing revolutionary products
Mission Microwave Technologies is a developer of revolutionary solid-state power amplifiers (SSPAs) block upconverters (BUCs) to support terrestrial, airborne, and space-based applications with a sizeable client base. Francis
Auricchio, President and CEO, shared his thoughts on the company’s road to success, and how Mission Microwave views its industry.
Cypress, CA – August 18, 2021 – Mission Microwave Technologies, LLC, a manufacturer of highly efficient Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) and Block Upconverters (BUCs) has received follow-on orders from a government contractor to provide Ku and Ka-band Block Upconverters (BUCs) as components of complex SATCOM transportable terminals in support of the US Army. This third order for the ongoing program is valued at $6 million. At the completion of this third tranche of BUCs, the program will be roughly one-third complete.