Parsippany, New Jersey, USA – April 20, 2021 – Wireless Telecom Group company (NYSE American: WTT), announced today that passive components from its Microlab brand were selected by BMC Otomotiv, a leading commercial and defense technology and vehicle manufacturer, to support the development of advanced electronic countermeasure (ECM) technology for military vehicles. The robust range of Microlab diplexers and jumper cables were designed to address unique BMC Otomotiv requirements, delivering high-quality, quickly available solutions tailor-made for their specialized vehicle design needs.
Microlab solutions will contribute specifically to the prototyping of vehicle jamming systems, which prevent radar detection by radiating highly concentrated, interfering radio signals, with future integration into the final design during large-scale deployment. This partnership not only marks the beginning of an extended relationship with BMC Otomotiv but builds a vital foundation for Microlab to address the unique, complex wireless needs within the specialized vehicle industry.
“We are excited to support BMC Otomotiv with the development of sophisticated vehicle-mounted RF jamming equipment by providing flexible, high-performance custom components designed for their unique system design,” says Dino Giordano, VP of Engineering for Microlab. “We look forward to this long-term partnership as well as the continued growth in enabling next-generation wireless systems.”
The robust design of the Microlab JA and JE Series Jumper Cables are ideal for systems that require excellent RF performance and reliability. Microlab BK Series Diplexers efficiently combine and separate signals, minimizing band interaction due to well-isolated inputs while providing minimal insertion loss and low passive intermodulation (PIM). Both product lines offer immense flexibility to meet distinctive requirements and unique system design challenges. The expansion into the automotive industry further strengthens Microlab leadership in developing custom, high-performance RF components for emerging wireless technologies.