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Mikros Systems Corporation (OTCBB: MKRS), Princeton, New Jersey, May 4, 2006 — Mikros Systems Corporation is pleased to report it was awarded an SBIR Phase II contract from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), San Diego, as a follow-on to its SBIR Phase I work performed under the SBIR topic entitled Radar Wireless Spectral Efficiency (RWSE). The total award is valued at approximately $750,000 divided into a $600,000 base program and a $150,000 option program.
This SBIR Phase II effort will focus on the real world implications of incorporating wireless networking into the aircraft carrier (CVN platform) environment. The overall technical objective is to facilitate the introduction of commercial wireless communication systems, e.g. Wi-Fi, onto the U.S. Navy CVN platform through: (1) the identification and testing of potential own-ship electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues; (2) the development and testing of viable mitigation technologies to overcome adverse EMI effects; and (3) the development of a CVN Wi-Fi network planning tool to support networking within a highly reconfigurable shipboard environment. This contract is initially for the CVN platform but is expected to be eventually applicable to other U.S. Navy ships.
The public is encouraged to view the Mikros website (www.Mikros.us) for further information and updates on the Company.
Mikros Systems Corporation is a high technology company focused upon the development and application of new technologies in the defense industry and commercial markets.
Source: Mikros Systems Corporation
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