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PRINCETON, N.J., June 15, 2004 /PR Newswire-FirstCall/ — Mikros Systems Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: MKRS) announced the award of a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract from the Office of Naval Research.
Valued at approximately $100,000, the contract is for researching and evaluating techniques to minimize interference between the U.S. Navy radar and wireless communication systems.
Mikros is teamed with DRS Technologies (DRS) of Parsippany, New Jersey, the manufacturer of the AN/SPS-67 radar which will be used as the first test case for study.
Mikros President Thomas J. Meaney stated that this is another opportunity of combining the talents of a small business with the extensive radar system expertise of DRS Technologies, a leading supplier of defense electronic products and systems.
Mikros Systems Corporation is a high technology company focused upon the development and application of new technologies in the defense industry and commercial markets.
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