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Mobix Starts Delivery of Filtered Connectors for Navy Tomahawk Cruise Missile

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Mobix Starts Delivery of Filtered Connectors for Navy Tomahawk Cruise Missile

Mobix Labs has started delivering filtered connector parts for the U.S. Navy’s Tomahawk Cruise Missile.

Newsweek reported that the United States government maintains thousands of Tomahawk missiles in its arsenal and vessels scattered in every corner of the globe. Raytheon, the missile’s manufacturer, said that the ammunition is capable of striking “targets precisely from 1,000 miles away, even in heavily defended airspace.” It has been used in multiple missions, including Syria.

The delivery of the connector parts comes after the acquisition of electromagnetic interference filtering solutions supplier EMI Solutions, Mobix Labs said.

In September 2022, Mobix expanded its portfolio by purchasing EMI. CEO Fabian Battaglia said the acquisition is part of the company’s plan to develop products for high-technology space and military-grade applications.

The fabless semiconductor company also worked with the U.S. Army on its Javelin Missile Systems. It will deliver the components needed by the project until 2026.

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