HUBER+SUHNER supplies components and systems that deliver electrical and optical connectivity for military operations.
HUBER+SUHNER specialises in systems and components for optical and electrical connectivity for worldwide businesses. We work with clients in the transportation, telecommunications and industrial sectors through our Swiss-based head office, 24 group companies and worldwide agencies.
HUBER+SUHNER has considerable experience within the qualification, production and development of connectors, cables and cable systems for avionic systems. Used in many systems worldwide, these solutions have demonstrated their reliability and ability to meet the most challenging requirements.
Premium radio frequency cables
HUBER+SUHNER has a wide range of expertise to develop and produce individual system solutions in the military and aviation communications sector.
High-quality connectors and radio frequency cables are essential for adverse, rapidly changing environments.
Cables, connectors and systems for airborne applications
HUBER+SUHNER incorporate its reliable and durable airborne communication solutions in high-altitude aircraft and airships, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), helicopters and fighter jets worldwide.
Gimbal flexible microwave cable assemblies
High-quality microwave cable assemblies are required for a seeker head’s constant motion, together with the extreme conditions and acceleration of airborne missions.
HUBER+SUHNER’s individual cable assembly portfolio is able to continually withstand three million flexure cycles with minimal degradation. The technology of the minibend provides efficient flexibility, even within the most narrow space restrictions. Typical applications include antennas and gimbal-mounted radars.
Microwave cable assemblies for radar
The majority of current radar generations use a phased or active electronically steered array (AESA) architecture to accuracy and reliability, as well as allow multiple target tracking.
HUBER+SUHNER supplies a varied range of phase stable and low-loss microwave cable assemblies to meet demanding system requirements, including radars and T/R modules.
Cacador (Hunter) class-4 multi-role MALE (medium-altitude long-endurance) unmanned aerial system (UAS) was officially launched in June 2016, following a demonstration flight held in Sao Paulo, Brazil.