Cubic Acquires Deltenna
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 | Comments

Cubic acquired Deltenna, a wireless infrastructure company specializing in the design and delivery of radio and antenna communication solutions. The addition of Deltenna, headquartered in Chippenham, United Kingdom, will enhance Cubic’s tactical communication and training capabilities by effectively delivering high-capacity data networks within challenging and rigorous environments, a company statement said.

Since 2002, Deltenna has provided specialized applications of wireless communication technology including for use by public-safety and emergency response teams worldwide. Deltenna’s products incorporate enhanced Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology to deliver the fast data rates needed to meet the critical communications needs of Cubic’s customers. With the advancement of training and tactical technologies requiring high capacity data sharing, Deltenna offers fully expeditionary and integrated LTE solutions to support warfighters in every setting.

“The addition of Deltenna aligns very well with Cubic’s culture of innovation and we are pleased to welcome Deltenna to our Cubic family,” said Bradley H. Feldmann, president and CEO of Cubic. “With Deltenna, we will strengthen our capability of developing and integrating products that will change the way our military forces communicate, train and operate.”

Deltenna designs and manufactures integrated wireless products including compact LTE base stations, broadband range extenders for areas of poor coverage and rugged antennas. Deltenna’s rugged antennas are small, light and ideal for rapid deployment in emergency situations. All products are based on the company’s expertise in LTE, frequency rebanding and advanced antenna technologies. Deltenna currently has a portfolio of more than ten issued and pending patents in the fields of antennas and integrated wireless systems.

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