Blog Posts Tagged as US Navy Contracts

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SyQwest Inc. Contract for DC to DC Converter MK 48 Torpedo

Published 11/27/2017

Cranston, Rhode Island. November 27,2017 – SyQwest Inc., a leading supplier of commercial and military sonar solutions, which specializes in high-resolution sonar and acoustic systems for precision seafloor exploration, announced today that the U.S. Navy has awarded it a $2M contract to produce DC to DC converter hybrid circuits for the MK 48 torpedo exploder assembly. Under the contract, SyQwest Inc...

SyQwest Inc. Announces Contract for DT-276A Submarine Hydrophones

Published 02/26/2015

Warwick, Rhode Island. February 26, 2015 – SyQwest Inc., a leading supplier of commercial and military sonar solutions, which specializes in high-resolution sonar and acoustic systems for precision seafloor exploration, announced today that the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency has awarded it a contract to produce a maximum quantity of 944 DT-276A submarine hydrophones. Under the contract, SyQwest...

SyQwest Announces $3 Million U.S. Navy Contract For TR-343

Published 11/26/2014

Warwick, Rhode Island. October 27, 2014 – SyQwest Inc., a leading supplier of commercial and military sonar solutions, which specializes in high-resolution sonar and acoustic systems for precision seafloor exploration announced today that the U.S. Navy has awarded it a five year ID/IQ contract with a maximum value at completion of $3.0M.Under the contract, SyQwest...

SyQwest Announces $5 Million Contract For DT-513 Hydrophones

Published 11/24/2014

Warwick, Rhode Island. July 31, 2014 – SyQwest Inc., a leading supplier of commercial and military sonar solutions, which specializes in high-resolution sonar and acoustic systems for precision seafloor exploration announced today that the U.S. Navy has awarded it a five year ID/IQ contract with a maximum value at completion of $5.0M. Under the contract, SyQwest...

DT-699 High Frequency Sail Array Sonar Receivers

Published 11/06/2014

SyQwest manufactures all components of the DT-699 receiver which is the primary outboard electronics for the High Frequency Sail Array used on US Navy submarines. This includes acoustic staves, and a myriad of highly complex electronics assemblies. The HF Sail Array sonar system is built to send out, receive, and measure sound energy in detecting...