WEST CHESTER, Ohio – Pole/Zero Corporation announces the completion of a study for a United States Department of Defense (US DoD) prime contractor to analyze the technical impact of adding Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite communications (SATCOM) compatibility to the existing tactical communication system on a military command and control aircraft. The aforementioned communication system includes multiple tactical radios that operate with the assistance of Pole/Zero’s Integrated Cosite Equipment (ICE) to help overcome radio frequency (RF) cosite interference.

Pole/Zero completed the study according to the contract requirements and delivered a technical solution recommendation that is now under consideration by the prime contractor and the US DoD. Pole/Zero works closely with its customers to deliver cost-effective solutions to unique communication issues caused by extreme RF cosite interference environments, such as communications on aircraft, ships, and ground vehicles.

Pole/Zero Corporation (www.polezero.com), a business unit of Dover Corporation’s Microwave Products Group, analyzes, designs, builds and supports RF interference mitigation and spectral purification solutions for industrial and defense manufacturers and integrators of RF/microwave electronics.