Potential NASA Commercial Applications: A family of commercial products will evolve from this SBIR R&D technology: Reconfigurable UTR RF modules capable of reconfigurable software defined radios spanning UHF to 35 GHz. While the first focus of these products is for NASA and other agencies requiring satellite electronics, the unique wideband RF capabilities directly address the contemporary wireless infrastructure serving multiple bands (WCDMA, GSM/EDGE, CDMA2000, WiMax, WiFi, etc). Wideband operation and low power are ideal for cognitive and mobile adaptive ad hoc networked (MANET) communications and UWB (802.16) based communications systems. The proposed research will support many non-NASA commercial space applications. These range from commercial satellites (Space Systems Loral and Boeing platforms) to U.S. Department of Defense satellites (TSAT, next GPS block, Air Force ANGELS, etc.). In addition to satellites, DoD launch vehicles such as QuickReach (from AirLaunch LLC) will gain from the resulting product. Another existing and now growing market for this technology is the electronic warfare (EW) and electronic attack (EA) marketplace, C4ISR applications focused primarily on DOD software defined radios (eg JTRS, AMF, etc), Homeland Defense initiatives. UWB micropower channel sounding and solid object "xray vision" including sense through wall Army CERDEC activities; and medical noninvasive imaging are also possible applications.