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Putting FPGAs to work in software radio systems
FPGAs have become an increasingly important resource for software radio systems. Programmable logic technology now offers significant advantages for implementing software radio functions such as DDCs (Digital Downconverters).

     
 

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COTS encryption for data-at-rest
This paper explains how two-layer encryption can be supported by commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) data storage solution vendors, and how system integrators can take advantage of these products to reduce their program schedules, costs, and development risk.

     
 

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Three reasons to use machined pin receptacles in your connector design
The products being devised today and the electrical systems and components that power them are always evolving. As product design engineers, you are faced with the challenge of designing products quickly and efficiently while maintaining ever-increasing demands of critical applications.

     
 

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Local situational awareness design and military and machine vision standards
Video is playing an increasingly important role in a growing range of military local situational analysis (LSA) applications to help improve surveillance and intelligence of possible threats while keeping troops out of harm’s way.

     
 

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Xeon-D vs. Xeon-E for embedded radar applications
For airborne radars, longer, higher and further means more processing power in smaller, rugged packages. Processing power is achieved by leveraging the best commercial Intel Xeon compute capability. Xeon processors are available as either “mobile” (Xeon D) of “data center” (Xeon E) devices.

     
 

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Do Your Armaments Test Systems Meet Today’s Standards?
For 25 years, the Common Rack and Launcher Test Set (CRALTS) has been the standard. But now it’s time to look to the future. The new Common Aircraft Armaments Test Set (CAATS) developed by prime contractor Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) will be the new standard to test today’s smart armament systems.

     
 

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