Potential applications for devices enabled by the Polystrata components exist in both DOD and Commercial Markets. Advanced DOD communication systems under development such as the WIN-T tactical network require advanced microwave components in order to meet the demanding applications of satellite communications while on-the-move. In addition to communications, devices developed on this program applied to higher frequency operation have applications in DOD radar systems for short range all-weather radars and automotive collision avoidance radar. Non-defense communications applications exist in higher frequency communications systems (60 GHz, E, Q, and/or W bands) for high speed datacommunications servicing backhaul, wireless enterprise bridge, wireless fiber lateral emulation, government and public safety networks, WirelessHD, and WiMax markets. Our primary goal is to provide NASA with robust space-capable technology that is lower cost, lower weight, and has improved performance over current technology. The initial application is within deep space probes that communicate with the Deep Space Network system in the X and Ka bands. Future missions require higher bandwidth capability, and as channels in the X band become crowded, NASA requires components at higher bandwidth in the Ka band with reduced size, weight, and power consumption. Nuvotronics will be capable of offering products to NASA and its subcontractors at the end of the Phase II to satisfy this requirement. The results of this Phase II will potentially support future on-board satellite communication requirements for NASA and millimeter wave sensing applications for landing and collision avoidance in radars on NASA platforms. Future missions supported include Juno - a solar powered spacecraft set to launch in 2011 and orbit Jupiter, Constellation - manned missions to Low Earth Orbit, the moon and ultimately Mars, and future spacecraft and rovers supporting the Mars Exploration Program.