Sabre Awarded Phase II SBIR Contract

Supporting Critical Communication Through Innovation

As a leading C5ISR solution provider, Sabre Systems, Inc., was selected for a Phase II Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program award by the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop and test a Wideband Efficient Dual Polarized High Frequency (HF) Communication Antenna. The prototype will be built and tested based on Sabre’s successful Phase I SBIR system design of an easily deployable wideband dual polarized high frequency (HF) antenna. The ground based antenna system is easily packaged to be installed in a tactical environment, provides unique design features to achieve a large instantaneous bandwidth, and is rugged enough to be sustained in harsh environments. This innovative design provides the warfighter with critical long range communication capability while significantly reducing the risk of detectability compared to current antennas.

Sabre will build the antenna covering 3 to 30 MHz supporting transmit and receive functions. Testing will include a combination of test range measurements and over-the-air propagation to verify design performance characteristics. Sabre’s solution addresses major technical challenges with propagation, communication protocols, and mobility of current technology. The antenna aims to be compatible with air and sea installations. Sabre is committed to developing state of the art C4ISR solutions through the design, development, integration, and acquisition of technology that provides our warfighters strong communication capabilities allowing them to complete their missions successfully.

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