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Kansas City National Security Campus’ Anechoic Chamber

Dept. of Energy

Silence, please! Kyle Byers, Honeywell Electrical Engineer, uses an anechoic chamber to isolate radio frequency (RF) signals at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Kansas City National Security Campus.

The Kansas City National Security Campus is moving national security innovation forward at its multi-mission engineering and advanced manufacturing facilities. Managed by Honeywell, its primary job is to ensure the safety, security and reliability of the nuclear arsenal by supplying mission-critical components. It also serves other government agencies through the Strategic Partnership Program to protect the homeland and the warfighter abroad with secure engineering and manufacturing services.

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