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Baylin Technologies announces $8.2M contract from U.S. defence contractor

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This order was placed by a major US defence contractor for use in a NATO government specific application.

TORONTO — Baylin Technologies Inc. announces that its Advantech Wireless Technologies Inc. subsidiary has received an $8.2M order for its Summit II Solid State Power Amplifier (SSPA) systems. This order was placed by a major US defence contractor for use in a NATO government specific application.

John Restivo, President of Advantech, states “This order represents that latest phase of a very significant program, which in its entirety requires many of these systems to be deployed over several years. Our Summit, Summit II and Summit III amplifier systems, with their soft-fail redundant architectures based on our proprietary CANBus operating system, have helped position Advantech as the ‘go-to’ source for very high-power SSPA systems.”

Leighton Carroll, Baylin’s CEO, said “Our team at Advantech has done a tremendous job of creating truly innovative solutions for the high-power satellite market. While this includes defence applications, it also includes broadcast and space communication applications as well. Multi-year, multiple phase wins like this demonstrate that Advantech is uniquely positioned for further opportunity.”

Baylin is a global wireless technology company. Baylin reportedly focuses on the research, design, development, manufacturing and sales of passive and active radio-frequency products, satellite communications products, and supporting services.

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