Chelton has a full range of Aircraft Navigation antennas, either separate function antennas or combined functions are available.

Chelton has been a leading designer and manufacture of airborne navigation antennas for over 70 years.

This experience in antenna design has allowed the production of multi-functional antennas in one structure and also many designs of conformal antennas, integrated into the aircraft structures.

Navigational guidance and collision avoidance antenna products are available for Defence, Security and Commercial applications worldwide.

Aircraft Navigation Antennas


Chelton GPS antennas include L1 and L1/L2 Antennas, FRPA, amplified or passive.


Radar Altimeter Antennas, available in conformal


A range of single and combined MLS, VOR, LOC and GS antennas for airborne ILS navigation

Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)

Our range of airborne navigation antennas designed for Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT). Designed to transmit on emergency distress frequencies.

Identification Friend or Foe (IFF)

IFF Antennas (Identification Friend or Foe) is an identification system designed for command and control. It enables military and civilian air traffic control interrogation systems…

AW149 Web
15 Sep 2021

Chelton joins Team AW149 UK

Marlow, UK: Chelton is proud to be joining Leonardo’s Team AW149 UK, bringing together smart thinking, technological excellence and future vision to the avionics and systems suite of this Leonardo aircraft.
Antenna Typlogies
03 Jun 2021

The Antenna Menu

Chelton introduces you to the variety of Antenna Typologies available including passive, active, dipole, monopole, helix and patch.
06 Apr 2021

Tougher than the rest

Is your Vehicle Intercom System tough enough? From light vehicles to heavy armour and command centres, Chelton enables safe, secure, fast and reliable voice and data communication…
Cobham13434 (1)
06 Apr 2021

Antennas; Price or Purpose

Why it’s worth investing in a good quality antenna. The pay off in the long-term is beneficial and instead price and purpose work together as opposed to against each other.