Bus Structures, Towers and Subsystems

Bus Structures, Towers and Subsystems  

Northrop Grumman is a leading designer, producer, and supplier of spacecraft components such as composite bus structures, towers, radome structures and subsystems that house flight-critical systems for commercial, civil and government satellites.

Past programs include numerous components for the A2100, Global Positioning System, 702 and Star 2 buses, as well as components for proprietary customers. These essential satellite components feature high strength-to-weight ratios, superior flatness, and thermal dimensional stability - factors that are critical in space applications.

Other capabilities include design, manufacture, testing and integration of radome structures, UAV radome structures, antenna production, composite missile components, and precision composite structures. Northrop Grumman's expertise and commitment has played a leading role in the technological advancement of composite reflectors, antennas, waveguide, feed elements and related hardware for key commercial and government programs. The company's antenna reflectors are lightweight, high-performance RF components for space and aerospace applications. Radome structures are made of a multi-functional composite structure with high temperature advanced ceramic material for space and aerospace applications. Missile components are manufactured from multi-layer/ multi-material composite structural elements, with mid- to high-temperature applications. For more information on these systems, contact the company's San Diego, California, or Magna, Utah, sites. Contact information can be found here.

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