AmpliTech Group, a designer, developer, and manufacturer of state-of-the-art signal-processing components for satellite and 5G communications networks, defense, space, and other commercial applications, has announced an expanded slate of business development activities for 2022, including its participation in the following industry conferences:
- American Physical Society APS March Meeting 2022 - March 14-18 in Chicago, IL – Booth 400. AmpliTech will highlight its proprietary and unique Low Noise Amplifier solutions designed for Quantum computing applications.
- Satellite 2022 - March 22-24 in Washington, DC Booth 211, AmpliTech will highlight its broad range of Satellite Communication products, integrated systems, block down converters, protection switch panels, redundant LNA controllers/plates, passive microwave components, RF subsystems, and other specialized electronic assemblies.
- International Microwave Symposium IMS - 2022 - June 21-23 in Denver, CO – AmpliTech, a Gold level sponsor of IMS 2022, booth 3036, plans to debut its full 5G system at IMS 2022. The system utilizes the Company’s proprietary Low Noise Amplifier technology to create a cost-effective solution that achieves true 5G data transmission at speeds of up to 1 Gb/s and can be used to retrofit existing cell towers.
AmpliTech CEO, Fawad Maqbool, commented, “AmpliTech entered 2022 with a backlog of $10.5M in orders expected to ship principally in the first half while we ramp up our business development efforts. Our backlog provides visibility for strong revenue growth in 2022 versus $3.5M in revenue generated over the twelve months ended September 30, 2021.
“We are increasing the pace and reach of our sales and marketing activity across key market verticals to introduce our expanding base of technology solutions, with particular emphasis on our first-ever line of low noise amplifier (LNA) MMIC chipsets. We have taken our proprietary LNA designs and translated them into semiconductor chip designs that enable greater scalability, performance, and lower power consumption. We have begun to introduce this breakthrough product line to a few large customers and have confirmed our participation at three specialty conferences in the first half of 2022 to widen our market reach. We expect to add additional events as the year progresses.
“In early December we participated at the AOC conference, a leading gathering of defense industry specialists in Washington, DC, where the high performance of our LNA MMICs attracted very strong interest. AmpliTech’s LNA MMICs will deliver low noise amplification performance that far exceeds currently available solutions across a range of high and low frequencies, with a substantially smaller chipset form factor and far lower power requirements. Given the very compelling return on investment these chips can provide, we attracted 47 customer meetings over two days. We met with senior decision-makers in the U.S. military and a range of procurement managers and engineers with major defense and aerospace contractors, all of whom expressed interest in our MMIC offerings.
“We have completed our first trial MMIC silicon wafer run which achieved an 85% success rate. We are now dicing the wafer into individual MMIC chips and plan to launch initial customer sampling later this quarter while we work to fine-tune our production design in preparation for our first full production run in the second quarter. I’m grateful to our very talented MMIC design center team which has brought MMIC vision into reality in just a short period of time since the inception of the AGMDC.”
AmpliTech management is reserving a few time slots at each conference to meet with interested investors. Please contact the IR representatives listed below to schedule a meeting.