InterTronic Solutions Inc. was founded in 1999, since then the company has grown in capability from supplying professional microwave subsystems to designing and manufacturing its own high accuracy antenna systems for radio astronomy, satellite communications, science and defense applications. The company is the appointed exclusive North American agent for a growing team of European manufacturers of microwave subsystems used in applications as varied as nuclear physics research, linear accelerators, radio astronomy, defense, test systems and satcom systems.
To accommodate this growth the company recently moved to a new customized facility where the large antenna manufacturing, integration and test takes place, here we can fully integrate several 12m class antennas simultaneously. Some key achievements include becoming a NASA subcontractor for a major antenna array project for which we won achievement awards, working on both US and Canadian government projects, and expanding our range of precision antenna systems.
We have now delivered over 20 major antenna system projects for different customer applications with locations that include: the continental USA, Canada, Hawaii and New Zealand. We offer a high level of technical expertise in solving customers microwave system problems and we can provide innovative, thinking outside the box, cost effective microwave and RF solutions. We are experienced with all the antenna calculations and tradeoffs as used in communications, radar, astronomy and EW applications. We are very customer focused and always aim to exceed our customers’ expectations for on time delivery, product quality and follow up support and service.
Peter Shield Company President
What we do
InterTronic Solutions designs and manufactures a range of precision antenna systems for satellite communications, radio astronomy, science and defense applications. InterTronic Solutions also has a long history in design and distribution of high precision antenna systems, HF to microwave power amplifiers and space communication products and subsystems.
We are an engineering company that designs and manufactures precision antenna systems and supplies specialist microwave products.
We are looking for a Senior Technical RF/Microwave/Antenna specialist with sales and project management experience. The position offers involvement with major antenna projects and high energy physics projects. Experience with RF/Microwave/Antenna design, customer liaison, writing proposals and responding to formal RFPs essential. Experience with government contracting methods and processes in both Canada and the US an asset. Some opportunities to travel, mainly to the US. Must be fluent in English.
To apply, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CGP – ITAR
InterTronic Solutions’ CGP certification number is 20786.
The Controlled Goods Program (CGP) is a registration and compliance program that regulates access to controlled goods, meaning primarily goods that have military or national security significance, in Canada. Under the authorities of the Defence Production Act (DPA) and the Controlled Goods Regulations, the CGP’s mandate is to strengthen Canada’s defence trade controls through the mandatory registration and regulation of businesses and individuals who examine, possess and/or transfer controlled goods.
Through the CGP certification, we are also compliant to the US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) control.
InterTronic Solutions is JCP certified.
Canada and the United States (U.S.) share a unique, long-standing, military and economic relationship. The two countries are partners in the joint defence of North America and have established a bilateral common structure, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), for mutual defence. Canadian industry is a part of the North American Defense Industrial Base. The governments of Canada and the U.S. consult and cooperate on the development of common industrial security procedures and technology controls. The two governments have entered into numerous bilateral agreements that codify and support this longstanding defence and economic relationship.
In 1985, Canada and the U.S. signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that established the U.S./Canada Joint Certification Program (JCP). The Program was established to certify contractors of each country for access, on an equally favourable basis, to unclassified technical data disclosing critical technology controlled in Canada by the Department of National Defence (DND) and in the U.S. by the Department of Defense (DoD).
SAM (former CCR)
InterTronic Solutions is registered with SAM.
The System for Award Management is a highly secure, single repository of vendor data used governmentwide. Vendor registration provides common data in one central location via a simple web application accessed by a browser.