NASA/JPL has ongoing mission plans for numerous critical earth observing and planetary experiments and data collection. Many of them have in common the need for phased array radars optimized for specific frequencies, small size, low cost, and high functionality. For some sensors, an operating frequency of 94 GHz reduces water absorption effects and enables key remote sensing science capabilities. Examples of U.S. satellite sensors currently operating in the 94 GHz range are the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit (AMSU) on one NASA satellite (Aqua) and four NOAA (15-18) satellites and the Special Sensor Microwave Imager Sounder (SSMI/S) on Department of Defense satellite F-16. Satellites operating at these frequencies are currently designed and built around discrete components or low functionality ASIC circuits resulting in high cost, large size, and reduced scientific capability. A successful technology development does not guarantee market success. This takes a team of marketing and sales personnel to be effective as well. NxGEN Electronics continues to develop its Marketing and Sales organization supported by field offices of manufacturer's representatives. It is clear to NxGEN Electronics that success in Phases I & II would open many doors in DOD, where NxGEN Electronics currently experiences 50% of its revenue, with major ongoing projects within NASA, Lockheed, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, and Sierra Nevada Corp with their radar projects. In addition to these contractual relationships, based on the specifications agreed upon in Phase I NxGEN Electronics would notify its customer based of pending mmWave Receiver module developments to seek expansion of the application base. The performance goals set for Phase II will include consideration of these new opportunities.