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Ljt & Associates Inc

Private Defense - Aerospace 250 - 500 Employees 12 Active Jobs

LJT & Associates, Inc. is a premier aerospace engineering services company delivering space and ground range services, cyberspace services, systems engineering integration, and base facility services to Department of Defense and civil customers.  LJT is an ISO 9001:2008 registered company and is headquartered in Columbia Maryland.

Vission


Premier provider of aerospace engineering, operations and maintenance, cyberspace, and base facility services through strong partnerships and a team of quality-driven professionals.

Mission


Partner with our customers to develop innovative aerospace engineering solutions, cyberspace services, and operations and maintenance support by leading a team of highly skilled professionals.  We help prepare our customers for the missions of today while building new capabilities to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

Products

 The Low Cost TDRSS Transceiver (LCT2) is an enabling technology of the evolving vision of a Space Based Range.  This vision is to establish future Range architectures, designed to decrease the cost of launch operations while increasing range services and customer responsiveness.  LJT engineers have worked closely with NASA Wallops Flight Facility located at Wallops Island, Virginia over the last five years to develop the LCT2.  The LCT2 has been successfully transferred through NASA's Technology Transfer Program to provide LJT exclusive rights to production.

LCT2 provides bi-directional communication through NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS) that meets suborbital and orbital launch vehicle needs for Space Based Range (SBR) communications.  The LCT2 made a successful maiden voyage demonstrating the SBR vision for the COSMIC mission aboard a Minotaur launch vehicle in April 2006.  For the first time, the Range Safety Office was provided with real-time, over-the-horizon, metric tracking data for the entire flight through orbital separation.  Since this successful demonstration, more than a dozen potential customers have requested this technology for future missions.