Research & Development

In the last decade, Elettronica Marittima started a series of significant investments on the field of Advanced Research and Rapid Prototyping.

Elettronica Marittima Know-How includes the design of several complex systems, even under the Customers Specifications. Its experience covers the following fields:

  • Antennas and amplifiers for defence and civil applications
  • Antenna systems design in complex and critical co-siting environments
  • EMC evaluations for humans exposure situations (NIR)
  • Radiation pattern measurements and representation of complex systems, such as vessels, tanks, command posts
  • Radar systems for Navigation, Surveillance (Borders, Encampments, Bases and other Permanent or Temporary Sites) and Homeland security design, development and testing.
  • Command & Control systems for Vessels (C4I) design & development
  • Drone-based real-time RF acquisition and mapping of electromagnetic energy

Current Research Programs

Currently, Elettronica Marittima Engineers are engaged in several Research Programs. Among them:

  • ANDROMEDA: Automatic Nearfield DRone based Omnidirectional Mapping of Electromagnetic energy Distribution & Analisys
  • EVO-A-AAA-COMPACT30-512MHz: high-power (50W) multiband amplifier for military tactical application, with very compact housing and optional remote control unit. This amplifier has been expressly conceived for Software Defined Radios
  • EVO-A-SOTM-30-512: High-performance 30-512 MHz tactical SOTM and LOS antenna for military SAT, VHF, UHF communications, with a single connector,
  • EM-ONE-NR48 R2:Low-power Wide Band FMCW Radar for naval applications
  • EM-ONE-SR R1:Innovative surveillance FMCW Radar system for vehicular and land applications. Some of its main features are: small size, high range resolution, low probability of interception.



Rapid Prototyping


In order to quickly manufacture scale models of physical parts of our systems, Elettronica Marittima uses three-dimensional Computer Aided Design (CAD) data and 3D printing. This allows a greater efficiency in the mechanical design in order to speed-up the prototyping process under the guidelines of the Costumer’s interface needs and functional requirements.



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