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Military & Aerospace Electronics Newsletter | October 22, 2014

In the spotlight
Video Blog explores how gaming technology influences high-performance embedded computing
What can happen when systems designers apply digital high-end gaming technology military embedded computing? The answer is a lot, as technologies such as general-purpose graphics processors (GPGPUs) -- designed originally for gamers -- yield space- and power-efficient parallel processing capability.
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A U.S. military stuck in the ditch
The U.S. military's mission in the Middle East is drawing to a close -- with the exception of scattered and largely ineffective bombing raids to annoy the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
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Slide show: Electronic warfare, passenger jet-killing missiles, and anti-submarine warfare
Take a moment and enjoy a slide show of this week's photos of the day from Military & Aerospace Electronics.
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In technology
Air Seeks to use existing on-board sensors to enable UAVs to sense and avoid other aircraft
Military and industry researchers are finding ways to use existing sensors aboard manned and unmanned aircraft to enable the platform to sense and avoid other aircraft and operate safely in the National Airspace System (NAS).
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Air Force chooses Boeing to upgrade submarine communications for airborne command post
Strategic communications experts at the Boeing Co., are developing a system to enable military emergency command post aircraft to keep in touch with submerged submarines in the event of nuclear war or other global disasters.
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In contracts
Australian navy buys L-3 Link flight simulators for EA-18G pilot training and mission rehearsal
U.S. Navy simulation and training experts are asking the L-3 Communications Corp. Link Simulation & Training segment in Arlington, Texas, to build simulation, training, and mission rehearsal equipment for Australian navy EA-18G Growler electronic warfare jet aircraft crews.
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General Dynamics chooses rugged servers from Crystal for Prophet signals intelligence vetronics
Vetronics designers at General Dynamics C4 Systems in Scottsdale, Ariz., needed rugged computer servers for a combat vehicle signals intelligence (SIGINT) system. They found their solution from Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa.
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In products
Small-form-factor rugged embedded computer for vehicles and aircraft introduced by Curtiss-Wright
The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions Division in Ashburn, Va., is introducing the Parvus DuraCOR 80-41 small-form-factor rugged mission computer for high-performance civil and military tactical mission processing aboard ground vehicles fixed-wing aircraft, and helicopters.
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Airborne servers for crew and passenger web servers and flight maintenance offered by Kontron
Kontron in Poway, Calif., is introducing the ACE Flight 600 general-purpose airborne servers with an integrated 4G LTE modem for crew and passenger web servers, flight maintenance or manifest servers, connectivity server, wireless content server and In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) media servers.
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PC-based USB spectrum analyzers for basic test and measurement routines introduced by Saelig
Saelig Company Inc. in Fairport, N.Y., is introducing TSA range of spectrum analyzers, which are USB-stick-sized miniature RF tools that are PC-connected devices able to perform many basic test & measurement routines.
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Embedded instrument for data acquisition and mobile instrumentation introduced by Innovative Integration
Innovative Integration in Simi Valley, Calif., is introducing the ePC-Duo user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument for distributed data acquisition and mobile instrumentation applications.
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