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The Spherical Radiator was developed by NIST and Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC)

• B. Archambeault/DEC deeply involved with NIST in developing the system.
•  Major funding from U.S. NAVY (Naval Air Test Center EMI Team)

SETH Corp. Re-designed original NIST Spherical Radiator

•  B. Archambeault leaves DEC for SETH Corp.
•  SETH Corp. makes Spherical Radiator a product, the SRS-2100.
•  B. Archambeault leaves SETH Corp for warmer climates.

Applied Electromagnetic Technology, LLC Established in 2000.

• Dr. B. Archambeault and partners start AET.
• Redesign of the 3rd Generation Spherical Radiator as PSDS with all new circuits.
• AET begins building and selling PSDS products and options.
• AET goes on to develop even newer generations of PSDS spherical dipole circuitry and related products.

AET Establishes Market, Growth and Launches New Products.

• Higher frequency PSDS design roadmap established and pursued.
• Strategic Partnership formed with RfTek.
• AET launches new Comb Generator product line; USDS, DRFS and USB-S.
• Sales Reps on East and West Coast markets established.
• Sales reach international markets.

AET Matures and Grows Market Share

• AET forms channel partnership with ETS-Lindgren, Incorporated
• Sales Reps for Europe and Asia markets established.
•  EMCO Elektronik GmbH partnership established for regions in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

AET continues their upward trend


• AET introduces 2nd generation USDS design with higher RF frequency range, Li-Ion battery for longer operating time, and improved charging interface.
•  AET reintroduces the PSDS with new GUI driven computer controlled RF synthesizer embedded inside spherical dipole.

AET matures the PSDS software and develops new products

• AET offers computer control of RF receivers and spectrum analyzers with PSDS GUI.
• AET develops new high-power and high-speed pulsed version of USB-S for RF receiver testing.
• AET develops new fiber optic interface for USB communications


Key Customers who have purchased and operate Spherical Dipole and Comb Generator products include:

3G PLUS+
Acme Testing Company
Amber Precision Instruments
Analysis Measurement Services
ANPI
Arizona State University
BAE Systems
Brel & Kjr S&V
Bernd Group
Booze Allen Hamilton
Canadian Space Agency
Cavotec Micor-control AS
Clemson (International CAR)
Covidien (Tyco Healthcare)
Dacor
Data-Pages, Inc.
Delphi Automotive
EATON Aerospace
EMC Instruments Corporation
EMCO-Elektronik-GmbH
EMP-tronic AB
Esterline Interface Technologies
ETS-Lindgren
Ford Motor Company
Future Focus Inc.
GE Global Research
General Dynamics C4 Systems
Genie Company
Goodrich Sensors and Integrated Systems
Google
Griffin Technology
Groupe Level 1 Group
Harman Automotive
Henry Ott Consultants
Hospira, Inc.
IBM
Insight Technology
Iradimed
IQinVision
L-3 Insight Operations
LGS Innovations
Lockheed Martin, Inc.
LSI Corporation
Missouri University of Science and Technology (MST)
Motorola
NanoSonic
NASA Johnson Space Center
NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER, DAHLGREN
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER
Negal Engineering AG
NEXIO SAS
NINTEC Electronics SL
NIST
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Ontrak Control Systems Inc.
Philips
Quester-Tangent
Radiant Systems
RfTek
Rohde & Schwarz
Silent Solutions
Doug C. Smith Consultants
Stanley Black & Decker
Spectrum Control
Teledyne Controls
Test & Measurement Australia
TicomGeo
TRaC Global
TRW Corporation
Unitek Technology Inc.
University of California, Irvine
University of Maryland, CALCE
University of Southampton, Optoelectronics Research Center
Univ. of Zaragoza
Vecna Technologies
Wang Computers
WMS Gaming, Inc.
Wyatt Technical Services, LLC
xmodus Swiss GmbH
Zoatex
ZOLL Lifecor Corp

 


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