The pinch polarizer is an invention by Northrop Grumman aerospace engineers. It’s a big deal in the space industry because, for relatively little cost and little production effort, it plays a big role in ensuring the transmission of satellite radio signals. […]
“In combat, every second matters,” said Tim Grebs, program manager at Northrop Grumman.
Grebs should know. He has served 15 years in the U.S. Air Force and completed two tours of duty in Afghanistan as an A-10 fighter pilot. And the equipment that frequently bought Grebs time, he said, was the aircraft’s electro-optical and infrared sensors, or EO/IR systems. […]
Powerful robots will soon get artificial eyes and a brain. This next gen upgrade in advanced manufacturing is what engineers at Northrop Grumman are developing through sophisticated deep learning algorithms. […]
A meaningful upgrade to the component responsible for guiding and shaping the radio signal, called a radio frequency switch, has lagged for decades. Until now. […]
Clear imaging that provides insight to pilots has always been a hallmark of LITENING, developed by Northrop Grumman. […]
Here at Northrop Grumman we’re used to change. Our customers’ needs are constantly evolving, we’re constantly adding exciting new capabilities, and our employees never stop finding new ways to solve the world’s toughest challenges. Around here, change is good. We’re excited to share our new brand with you. It was designed with the people of […]