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Mikros Systems Corporation (OTCBB: MKRS), Princeton, New Jersey, May 16, 2007 — Mikros Systems Corporation is pleased to report it has received SBIR Phase II funding through Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), San Diego. This $750,000 effort is a spin off of work performed under the SBIR topic entitled Radar Wireless Spectral Efficiency (RWSE).
This SBIR Phase II effort, entitled ‘Kill Chain Vulnerability Analysis Tool’ focuses on the interaction between tactical data links and interferers such as hostile jammers. Mikros will work closely with engineers from the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD), located in China Lake, California. NAWCWD, a division of Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), is responsible for ‘Arming the Fleet‘. The technical objective of this effort is to develop simulation models that can be used to predict the performance of data links in a jamming environment.
Mikros Systems Corporation is an advanced technology company specializing in the research and development of electronic systems technology primarily for military applications. Classified by the U.S. Department of Defense as a small business, its capabilities include technology management, electronic systems engineering and integration, radar systems engineering, combat/command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems engineering, and communications engineering. Mikros’ primary business is to pursue and obtain contracts from the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Navy, and other governmental authorities.
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