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LinQuest is an employee-owned business recognized as a technical leader in the convergence of communications and network systems supporting netcentric operations. The LinQuest engineering team was originally started as part of LinCom Corporation in 1974, which was acquired by Titan Corporation in 2000, and finally was divested as LinQuest Corporation in 2004. For more than 30 years, LinQuest engineers have been performing independent research, analysis, design, development, and support of terrestrial wireless and satellite communications systems. This has involved specific work in the areas of: space, ground, and control segment architecture definition, specification and development monitoring; systems engineering support to Government programs and assessment of emerging technologies; waveform and protocol specification; networking; information assurance; communications system and network modeling and simulation; test and evaluation; mission planning; operations support; and training product development and training execution. Currently, LinQuest is a recognized expert in EHF/AEHF/EPS satellite communications, EHF/AEHF/EPS terminal development, communications planning, modeling and simulation, and operational support.
LinQuest maintains offices in Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; Albuquerque, NM; Colorado Springs, CO; Dayton, OH; Red Bank, NJ; Manassas, VA; Lexington, MA; Aberdeen, MD; Hanover, MD; Chantilly, VA; Falls Church, VA; Jacksonville, FL; and has been awarded a contract authorizing tasking in the following SeaPort-e geographic zones: Zone 1 (Northeast Zone); Zone 2 (National Capital Zone); Zone 3 (Mid-Atlantic), Zone 4 (Gulf Coast), Zone 5 (Midwest), and Zone 6 (Southwest Zone).
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