Antennas for Communications (AFC) is a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-surface accuracy satellite communications antennas. AFC has been in the business of applying composite fiberglass, sandwich composite, and other materials as a means of solving electromagnetic structural problems for 30 years. Over its history, these unique problems have led to products that ranged from conical horn antennas up to 14-foot diameter, parabolic and offset dish antennas to 7 meters in diameter, radomes, solid laminate, sandwich composite, and dielectric space frame.
AFC was founded by Steven Galagan and Howard Hubbard on February 2, 1972, and it is headquartered in Ocala, Florida. It also offers a broad range of microwave components, combining networks, antenna feeds, multi-satellite feeds, orthomode polarizers, launchers, and ultra-low loss waveguides. Manufacturing techniques employed by AFC are aimed at achieving desired technical results and cost objectives for commercial and military/agency applications.