RYMSA is a company with almost 40 years of experience,
and with a worldwide presence, that manufactures and distributes antennas
and components for the telecommunications industry. It leads the industry
standards thanks to its innovation in technology and to the quality of
its products. The company has two main divisions: Space and RF. These
divisions are dedicated to the manufacture of antenna systems for
commercial, military, scientific satellites, broadcasting equipment,
and mobile telephone networks. The company’s industry leadership has
been achieved thanks to the confidence that all our clients have placed
in us through these years. RYMSA has production and design facilities in
Spain and the United States that enable us to provide global solutions and meet our customer’s needs and requirements worldwide.
With more than 20% of its personnel dedicated to R&D, RYMSA’s designs are focused on the development of solutions that meet its customer’s needs, constantly collaborating with them and offering immediate answers.
RYMSA offers solutions to numerous wireless communications’ sectors:
- Space: antennas and passive devices integrated in geostationary, low orbit, medium orbit and deep space satellites for telecommunication, military or scientific missions.
- Broadcasting: antenna systems and passive equipments for radio and TV signal broadcast.
- Defense: specific communications systems for various civilian and military applications.
- Air and maritime traffic: radar antennas for air traffic control.
RYMSA’S strong designs and its careful attention to each step of the production cycle, warrant a total reliability in extreme weather conditions. As an example, we would like to highlight the “AEGIS AWARD” granted to RYMSA by the US NAVY and Lockheed Martin for its Excellence in Quality and its Performance Programs.
RYMSA is certified by the ISO 9001 standard.
RYMSA’S environmental policy takes into account its social commitment to collaborate with the information society progress, respecting the environment during all phases of the manufacturing process and the subsequent treatment of waste materials.