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Military & Aerospace Electronics Newsletter | July 30, 2014

In the spotlight
Software design and development tools help systems integrators do more with less
Software design and development tools are helping systems designers come to grips with that age-old problem: how to do more with less. Shrinking military budgets and growing pressures to get reliable software code into applications quickly are among today's most prominent market drivers.
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Slide show: Military & Aerospace Electronics photos of the week
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
FLIR Systems to provide Star Safire 380 thermal imaging systems to Austrian military
Surveillance and reconnaissance experts in the Austrian military needed long-range high-definition thermal imaging systems for a variety of intelligence applications. They found their solution from FLIR Systems Inc. in Wilsonville, Ore.
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Navy chooses 150-Watt power supplies from Daitron for underwater warfare systems support
U.S. Navy underwater warfare experts needed 150-Watt single-channel power supplies for a variety of support for submarines, torpedoes, land-attack systems, and fleet training systems. They found their solution from Daitron Inc. in Wilsonville Ore.
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In business
U.S. spending on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to reach $15 billion by 2020, market researcher says
The U.S. market for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will triple in size over the next five years, and should grow from $5 billion in 2013 to $15 billion in 2020, predict analysts at market researcher Information Gatekeepers Inc. (IGI) in Boston.
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Army approaches industry for ideas on RF interference mitigation in future electronic warfare
U.S. Army researchers are reaching out to industry for ideas on how to reduce or eliminate RF interference in future electronic warfare (EW) systems.
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In products
Rackmount solid-state power amplifier for high PAR waveforms introduced by Aethercomm
Aethercomm Inc. in Carlsbad, Calif., is introducing the SSPA 0.030-0.512-110-RM linear rackmount solid-state power amplifier for legacy and new high PAR RF and microwave waveforms.
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Rugged mobile IP router for military ground vehicles and aircraft introduced by Curtiss-Wright
The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va., is introducing an enhanced Parvus DuraMAR 5915 rugged mobile IP router subsystem for network switching in deployed military and commercial aerospace embedded computing applications such as tactical ground vehicles, helicopters, and fixed wing aircraft.
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Low-profile PCI Express FPGA board for SIGINT and security introduced by BittWare
BittWare Inc. in Concord, N.H., is introducing the A5-PCI Express-L (A5PL) low profile PCI Express embedded computing board based on Altera's Arria V AZ field-programmable gate array (FPGA) for signals intelligence (SIGINT), security, network processing, and broadcast applications.
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Compact rugged connectors for COTS military and aerospace applications introduced by LEMO
LEMO USA, Inc. in Rohnert Park, Calif., is introducing the MM compact connectors for COTS military, security, and aerospace, as well as other harsh-environment applications.
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RESOURCE LIBRARY
EXECUTIVE BRIEFINGS

Issues and solutions for EMI and RFI shielding in an era of tightly integrated electronics

Defense electronics companies leveraging contract manufacturing to tackle complex technology on tight budgets

Test and measurement issues involved in model-based design

The signal processing challenges in radar and software-defined radio

Electronic warfare takes precedence in era of shrinking military budgets

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WHITE PAPERS

Thinking Outside of the Box: Optimizing System Design With Embedded Expertise

Putting FPGAs to Work in Software Radio Systems

Game-Changing Technologies in Electronic Warfare

A Comparison of AXISFlow and MPI Middlware

The Benefits of Integrated Video Management

The Cure for the System Test & Qualification Headache: Pre-Qualified Systems Slash Design Risk, Lower Costs, and Speed Deployment

Fabric40™: An Introduction

Fabric40™ OpenVPX™ Signal Integrity: Gen3 OpenVPX Backplanes Supporting 10.3 Gbaud Signaling Systems

Addressing Common COTS Misconceptions

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UPCOMING WEBCASTS

Digital signal processing for signals intelligence and electronic warfare

ON-DEMAND WEBCASTS

Advantages of Intel Architecture Products and Wind River Solutions in Military & Aerospace Applications

Engineering the VPX high-speed data path for physical and signal integrity

Design Strategy Considerations for DO-178C Certified Multi-core Systems

Flying, Sailing or Driving - The Rugged, Embedded Intel-based Server that goes where you need it!

Cut the time it takes to develop sensor processing in half

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