Communications & Power Industries Receives Award of up to $10.6 Million for NULKA Decoy System
Under the contract, CPI will provide traveling wave tubes to the U.S. Navy and the Canadian government to support the NULKA decoy system. Work on the contract will be performed at CPI's Microwave Power Products Division in Palo Alto, Calif. and is expected to be completed by June 2011. The firm-fixed-price contract was awarded to CPI by the Crane Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Ind.
"This contract is a testament to the strength of CPI's track record as a trusted partner on the NULKA decoy system," said Bob Fickett, president and chief operating officer of CPI. "CPI has been the sole-source provider of traveling wave tubes for the NULKA decoy system since the system's inception, and more than 700 NULKA decoys have been produced to date."
The NULKA decoy system is a shipborne system that uses rocket-propelled, active expendable decoys to provide protection against anti-ship missiles. Once launched, the decoy hovers in the air to seduce enemy missiles away from their intended targets.
About CPI International, Inc.
CPI International, Inc., headquartered in Palo Alto, California, is the parent company of Communications & Power Industries, Inc., a leading provider of microwave, radio frequency, power and control solutions for critical defense, communications, medical, scientific and other applications. Communications & Power Industries, Inc. develops, manufactures and distributes products used to generate, amplify and transmit high-power/high-frequency microwave and radio frequency signals and/or provide power and control for various applications. End-use applications of these systems include the transmission of radar signals for navigation and location; transmission of deception signals for electronic countermeasures; transmission and amplification of voice, data and video signals for broadcasting, Internet and other types of communications; providing power and control for medical diagnostic imaging; and generating microwave energy for radiation therapy in the treatment of cancer and for various industrial and scientific applications.
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