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Military & Aerospace Electronics Newsletter | July 1, 2015

In technology
Army looks to five companies to develop munitions technology for next-generation armament
U.S. Army munitions technology experts are choosing five companies to help design and build new technologies for next-generation Army armaments and munitions, ranging from precision-guided munitions, warheads, fuzes, mortars, and different kinds of conventional ammunition.
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Spending more on ruggedized computers can ensure against crucial data loss, survey reveals
Nine out of ten readers of Military & Aerospace Electronics say it's worth the extra money to buy ruggedized computers for aerospace and defense applications, rather than risking the crucial loss of data by using commercial-grade computers, a recent study shows.
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Slide show: Rocket launcher, ejecting casings, and Saber launch highlight this week's photos
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 contracts
Lockheed Martin to upgrade Navy SEWIP shipboard electronic warfare (EW) systems
U.S. Navy officials are asking engineers at Lockheed Martin Corp. to upgrade electronic warfare (EW) systems for Navy surface warships under terms of a potential $58.9 million contract announced Thursday.
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Marine Corps asks CDW-Government to provide 22,001 laptop computers in $26.4 million contract
U.S. Marine Corps information technology (IT) experts are awarding a $26.4 million contract to CDW Government (CDW-G) in Vernon Hills, Ill., for 22,001 general-purpose laptop computers.
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In business
SAIC to upgrade, expand U.S. Marine Corps computer networking centers in $64.2 million order
U.S. Marine Corps leaders are moving forward with a plan to upgrade and expand Marine Corps computer networking centers in the U.S. to bring some of the latest IT and networking technologies to bear.
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Army orders 19 additional MQ-1C Gray Eagle attack drones to go with 19 others ordered last March
U.S. Army aviation experts are ordering 19 MQ-1C Gray Eagle reconnaissance and attack unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), as well as 19 satellite UAV control stations.
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In products
Right-angle rugged power connectors for high-voltage and -amperage uses introduced by Amphenol
Amphenol Industrial Products Group in Sidney, N.Y., is introducing right-angle overmolded rugged power connectors for 200- and 400-amp connection systems for modern electrification programs in high voltage and high amperage uses.
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XMC computer for mission- and safety-critical avionics and defense uses introduced by CES
Creative Electronic Systems (CES) in Geneva, Switzerland, is introducing the MFCC-8557 XMC single-board computer based on the Freescale QorIQ P3041 processor for mission-critical and safety-critical aerospace and defense applications.
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5th Gen Core i7-based 3U and 6U OpenVPX, and 6U VME computer boards introduced by Curtiss-Wright
The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va., is introducing the 3U OpenVPX VPX3-1259, the 6U OpenVPX VPX6-1959, and the 6U VME VME-1909 computer boards for aerospace and defense applications.
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Eight-channel analog-to-digital converter for processing efficiency introduced by VadaTech
VadaTech Inc. in Henderson, Nev., is introducing the ATC136 eight-channel analog-to-digital converter for high performance and processing efficiency in embedded computing.
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RESOURCE LIBRARY
EXECUTIVE BRIEFINGS

The new frontier of optical computing

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WHITE PAPERS

RR1P Rugged Pluggable Canister RAID Delivers Continuous Data Recording

Selecting a Bus Analyzer 101

Modern radar acquisition, scan conversion and tracking products build a powerful, flexible and cost-effective multi-function console solution

Enabling Complex Applications with a Dual Node Single Board Computer

Delivering Signal Integrity with High-performance FPGAs & Gen3 Bandwidths

Multi-channel, Multi-board Coherency for SWaP-Constrained SIGINT and EW

Understanding Intel Processor Throttling for Defense Applications

Controlling the EMI Effects of Avionic Equipment in Aircraft

Unmanned Robots Help Military and Civilian Task Forces to Scout the Terrain and Eliminate Hot Spots

Accelerate Development with Application-Specific Profiles

The Fast Guide to Protecting COTS Electronics with Conformal Coatings

Classification of objects from video streams

The CM1000S28 - 1000 Watts AC to DC Switcher

Should You Manufacture Your Product?

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UPCOMING WEBCASTS

New Design Tools Help You Develop Radars That Sees the Unseeable, Detect the Undetectable

Spending more on ruggedized computers can ensure against crucial data loss, survey reveals

ON DEMAND WEBCASTS

Meeting the Gen3 backplane challenge with OpenVPX and COTS

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