Since 1943, Gabriel has been a leader in the development of microwave antennas and accessories for the point to point communications industry. Gabriel was organized primarily to aid the World War II defense effort in cooperation with Radiation Laboratories at MIT, Tufts University, Raytheon and other major firms in the Greater Boston area.
Prior to being acquired by mWave, Gabriel antennas were manufactured by General Dynamics as part of the General Dynamics SATCOM division. In the late summer of 2015 the Gabriel and Mark antenna brands were purchased by mWAVE Industries LLC and moved to mWave’s Windham, Maine facility.
The Gabriel antenna brand consists of an extensive product line of directional standard, high performance and ultra high performance parabolic product lines. Offered in frequency bands ranging from 800-MHz to 40-GHz, these designs are recognized for their scalability and robustness. The severe environment model antennas are the standard for extreme weather survival sites Thousands of these Gabriel parabolic and horn reflector antennas serve millions of channel miles throughout the world in cellular, telephony, utility, pipeline, industrial, broadcast, scientific, government and military applications.