JEM Engineering is a world class supplier of antenna and antenna systems for military and commercial applications.
On the cutting edge of antenna and RF technologies, we strive to improve and develop new technology and methodologies.
We house multiple RF test chambers. Our testing capabilities not only facilitate the design process, but also validate your product.
We specialize in low-profile, ultra-wideband receive antennas with mounting capability on stationary locations, or on vehicles.
Our extensive product line includes antennas covering the frequency spectrum from 2 MHz to 40 GHz, including a number of HF, UHF, and VHF antennas designed specifically for airborne platforms.
Our extremely rugged and durable vehicle-mounted antennas are specifically designed for multi-use operations.
For the past 15 years, we have designed and built a wide range of products for signal intelligence (SIGINT) and Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR), and electronic intelligance (ELINT) antenna applications.
Our high-power handheld antennas are designed for wideband communications and deliver class-leading gain and pattern.
We offer both low- and high-power broadband antennas, all ruggedized for all weather conditions.
We understand the challenges facing antenna, microwave and communication system engineers. Also, we realize that accurate measurement of antenna electrical performance is critical.
Our customers have the advantage of working with our knowledgeable and experienced RF technicians and engineers, who provide guidance and support to the testing experience, as well as assist with data analysis and interpretation.
- Testing Services from 100 MHz to 40MHz
- Near- and Far-Field Testing
- Experienced On-Staff Test Engineers
- Technical Guidance on Configuration, Data Interpretation, and Troubleshooting
- Fastest Test Chamber Currently Available
- Full-Sphere Data Collection
JEM Engineering is proud to announce the release of our newest addition to our vast product line: the HSA-218 Spiral Antenna (above). Ideally suited for airborne and vehicular applications, this antenna delivers wide bandwidth, broad beamwidth, and high RF efficiency in a relatively small package.
May 11, 2018: An Overview of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles — and their Antennas
An unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAV, refer to a vehicle that is able to fly remotely, either with some sort of controller or autonomously. An unmanned aircraft system, or UAS, includes not only the UAV, itself but also the person on the ground controlling the flight, as well as the system in place that connects the two of them.
Over the past 15 years, JEM Engineering has developed a variety of UAV-qualified antennas. We offer a selection of aerodynamic antennas in various form factors and frequency ranges. Our versatile antennas can be used in ground‐to-ground, ground‐to‐air, and air‐to‐ground communications systems. Our product applications include signal intelligence (SIGINT); intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); and sensor systems.
March 21, 2018: JEM Engineering CEO Nancy Lilly Awarded Governor’s Citation
Nancy Lilly, President & CEO of JEM Engineering was recognized by Governor Larry Hogan for her “contribution to Maryland’s economy as a result of [her] hard work, dedication and commitment in pursuit of excellence and success for [her] business.”
May 16, 2018 : Free IEEE Sponsored Event
The Washington DC / Northern Virginia Joint Chapter for the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society would like to invite you to come out and welcome distinguished lecturer, Dr. Karl F. Warnick, as he presents a talk on the subjects of antennas, phased array feeds, modeling, and network theory, in addition to new terms in the IEEE standard antenna definition to incorporate active antenna and array antenna systems.
Click here to read the abstract.
This event includes a catered Italian dinner. Although there is no admission charge for this event, attendees are required to register in order to make a selection from the provided dinner options.
Date: May 16, 2018
Time: 6:30PM – 9:00PM ET
Location: Operations Building, College Park Airport & Aviation Museum
1909 Corporal Frank Scott Dr, College Park, MD 20740