Pacific Antenna Systems (PAS) has produced highly innovative low probability of intercept (LPI) / low probability of detection (LPD) advanced antenna systems in Ku Band and W Band that will provide up to 5G wireless capabilities. The antennas also provide multi-beam, directional network communications between surrogate nodes, connectivity between TDLs and IP-based networks to seamlessly move high density information. Increased network reliability is achieved through spectrum and waveform agility. Ours technologies have been flight tested in relevant environments on both fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Antennas are applicable to all ground, air, and surface platforms including manned and unmanned. Community of interest is Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). PAS design history includes over 70 years of antenna systems design experience in Communications, Radar, High Power Microwave Antennas and Electronic Warfare.
Initially targeting the MQ-8C Fire Scout, Pacific Antenna Systems (PAS), with 70 years antenna and gimbal systems design experience developed a compact, lightweight, low-profile airborne Ka Band antenna for wideband SATCOM on all aircraft including helicopter Through the Rotor (TTR) for greater than 10 Megabit/second throughputs. PAS reduced Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) providing payload advantage including a monopulse RF tacking RF feed for higher reliability and accuracy. PAS prototyped the high bandwidth digital servo drives in collision sense and avoid mm wave radars and prototyped and, using their own range, field tested the compact reflector and RF feed assembly. PAS’ antenna with integrated RFE baseband transceiver and modem enables rotorcraft to participate in network concentric operations such as Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) and other missions.