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OneRadio’s signal receiver goes to first customer

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OneRadio’s display shows “fingerprints” of signals across a swath of bandwidth. (OneRadio Image)

OneRadio Corp., a University of Washington spinout that focuses on sniffing out radio signals across a wide spectrum, has signed up the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s National Security Directorate as its first customer.

PNNL plans to use OneRadio’s wide-band radio receiver platform for security-related applications, the Seattle-based company said today.

OneRadio CEO Mohan Vaghul said he was thrilled to be working closely with researchers at the federally funded laboratory. “Our goal is to support them so that the agencies benefit,” Vaghul said.

Headquartered in Richland, Wash., PNNL provides its clients with practical solutions to prevent and counter acts of terrorism and stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

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By Alan Boyle

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