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March, 2022

SkyGig receives $1M from the National Science Foundation to further develop their award-winning antenna technology for the next generation of 5G telecommunications and beyond

Sept, 2020

SkyGig Featured by the University of Michigan:  “U-M startup SkyGig aims to take 5G to the next level

Aug, 2020

SkyGig Awarded a NASA SBIR Grant to demonstrate its proprietary antenna technology for satellite communications

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June, 2020

SkyGig to build a new class of Power-Optimized Beamforming Wireless Technology under the National Science Foundation Award

June, 2019

SkyGig receives an SBIR Grant from the National Science Foundation to develop their Beamforming Antenna Technology for the growing high-capacity wireless communications demands

May, 2019

SkyGig co-founders, Dr. Avish Kosari and Dr. Armin Jam, selected as Activate fellows

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Jan, 2019

SkyGig is selected as the inaugural winner of the Innovator Award for their transformative approach to 5G communications and beyond