Comrod receives antenna systems contract

Comrod, an international supplier of rugged communications equipment, has received a contract from SAAB for the development and production of antenna systems for the A19 class submarines.


Comrod Communication AS is a leading international manufacturer of antennas, control systems, masts and power supplies to the defence and commercial markets.

The contract encompasses development and production of HF- VHF and UHF integrated antenna systems for the Gotland class submarine for the Swedish Navy.


“Comrod has leveraged decades of experience in tunable antennas to achieve exceptional performance in a very compact form factor,” said Mr Jo Eide, CTO and VP of R&D. “The antenna system will address a wide range of mission critical on-board radio communications including Line-of-Sight and Beyond-Line-of-Sight systems.”

“This is a testament to our customers’ confidence in Comrod as a provider of antenna systems for demanding environments,” said Mr Ole Gunnar Fjelde, CEO of Comrod Communications. “We are proud to be working with SAAB on this important project for the Swedish Navy.”

Associated companies:

Related news

Latest news

Great interest in smart options

An increasing number of people become aware of how smart options can make the construction process more efficient and life for residents easier, says product manager NorDan Smart, Olav Hjørungnes.

Salmon Wellboat Sails Electric

The new MS SEIHAV has now gone on chart with the Norwegian salmon farming company Lerøy Seafood Group. A reliable and environmentally sustainable propulsion arrangement has been chosen for MS SEIHAV.

Servogear at Interferry 2016

It is almost time for the 41th annual Interferry Conference. From October 15-19, Servogear will be present in Manila.

Strainstall mooring monitoring for Hywind

Strainstall provides specialised mooring monitoring for pioneering floating offshore wind farm project, Hywind. Collaboration with MacGregor delivers fully integrated mooring solution to monitor the forces on the floating ...

NSM Signs contract with Embraer

Norwegian Special Mission signed a contract with Embraer to supply six (6) UNIFIS 3000 Navaids Flight Inspection Systems to be integrated into six Embraer Legacy 500 aircraft.

Designing the energy solutions for autonomous airships

The Stratobus project is a new concept for an autonomous airship, operating at an altitude of about 20 kilometers. It is led by Thales Alenia Space (TAS). CMR Prototech has been chosen by Thales Alenia Space to s...

Expanded collaboration with DNV GL - Business Assurance

Steinsvik and DNV GL - Business Assurance have signed a framework agreement on product certification of barges for aquaculture.

"Maud" Returns Home

CMR had two men working on the research ship "Maud", Harald Ulrik Sverdrup and Odd Dahl. Both helped Roald Amundsen to get his project through and this highly scientific expedition could be realized. Sverdrup was scientifi...

The impact of NORCOWE

"NORCOWE has been instrumental for StormGeo’s positioning in the [offshore wind] market, " StormGeo’s vice president Renewables Jostein Mælan declared at NORCOWE 2016.