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Military & Aerospace Electronics Wrap Up | January 23, 2015

January 23, 2015 The Military & Aerospace Electronics Weekly Wrap-Up e-newsletter arrives in your inbox on Friday mornings as a quick read to get you up-to-speed on the week's top developments. The Friday wrap-up goes out to all Military & Aerospace Electronics weekly newsletter subscribers. Subscribe to the Wednesday and Friday e-newsletters online at www.militaryaerospace.com/newsletter.
Week in review
Air Force takes up open-systems standards for ISR sensor pods in hopes of spreading military-wide
U.S. Air Force avionics experts are spearheading a initiative to define a standard electronics architecture for complex intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) sensor pods on military aircraft.
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Corning boosts expertise in military hyperspectral imaging with acquisition of NovaSol
Specialty glass expert Corning Inc. in Corning, N.Y., is boosting the company's expertise in aerospace and defense hyperspectral imaging technology with their acquisition of NovaSol in Honolulu.
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RF and microwave electronics industry sets sights on common modules and open-systems standards
The U.S. military and defense industry are trying to do for RF and microwave design what has been done for the embedded computing industry -- create open-systems industry standards to help speed systems development, reduce costs, and facilitate systems upgrades.
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Embedded computing community seeks to push I/O speeds in exploring new frontier of optical interconnects
Designers of high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) systems are exploring the use of optical fiber-based interconnects among circuit cards in electronic enclosures, and among the enclosures themselves, in efforts speed system performance.
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In case you missed it ...
2015 expected to be breakout year for VITA 74 VNX small-form-factor embedded computing
Long-anticipated VITA 74 VNX small-form-factor embedded computing technology should see its first major design wins this year, driven by applications in land vehicles and manned aircraft, industry experts say.
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Air Force asks L-3 IEC to help speed modernized GPS receiver fielding with prototype circuit cards
Satellite navigation experts at L-3 Interstate Electronics Corp. (IEC) in Anaheim, Calif., are helping the U.S. military develop anti-jam Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers with special M-code capability for military operations.
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