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Military & Aerospace Electronics Wrap Up | April 24, 2015

Week in review
Navy orders 25 maritime SATCOM antennas from Raytheon to for submarine EHF and SHF communications
Satellite communications (SATCOM) experts at the Raytheon Co. will provide the U.S. Navy with 25 Submarine High Data Rate (Sub HDR) antenna systems under terms of an $89.1 million contract announced Wednesday.
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Marine Corps looks to Kollsman for infrared surveillance and targeting for Cobra attack helicopters
Military electro-optics experts at Kollsman Inc. in Merrimack, N.H., will provide night vision and targeting equipment for U.S. Marine Corps attack helicopters under terms of a $43 million contract announced Tuesday.
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Transition from low-def to high-def infrared will be a boon to military ISR and lens manufacturers
One of the biggest trends in military night vision these days involves the transition to high-definition (HD) infrared sensors, which will enhance intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) and provide big opportunities to infrared lens manufacturers who are tooling up to meet new demand.
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DRS to provide integrated voice communications systems aboard Navy cruisers and destroyers
U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts needed integrated voice communications systems (IVCS) for Navy Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and Ticonderoga-class cruisers. They found their solution from DRS Technologies Canada Ltd. in Kanata, Ontario.
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Navy to test large unmanned submarine next year in open-ocean voyage down the California coast
A U.S. Navy-developed large unmanned submarine, which is designed carry a wide range of sensor and weapons payloads, or to serve as a mothership for other unmanned submersibles, is ready for tests in the open ocean.
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Defense electronics industry concerned about cyber security, yet not sure where to turn for help
The vast majority of those in the aerospace and defense electronics industry are deeply concerned with the susceptibility of their data and systems to cyber attack, yet are not investing in cyber security tools because of perceived high costs and lack of customer cyber security requirements.
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