Radio Frequency (RF) telescopes are different than standard optical telescopes. It is important that the back-end processing be updated to take advantage of the latest advancements in technology. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.
A leading mission systems integrator sought a data recording and storage device that could capture up to 1TB of data in a removable drive, easily integrated into their existing mission system, adding minimal weight. Read about the solution we developed here.
An aircraft fleet was undergoing an upgrade of the on-board AEW&C network, they contacted Curtiss-Wright to find a cost effective yet rugged, quick turnaround solution for multiple processing and communications subsystems.
A customer building the next generation synthetic aperture radar (SAR) faced challenges in delivering an enormous amount of processing power in a compact, lightweight solution. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.
A customer required a high speed camera that could withstand harsh conditions to gather accurate data confirming position and velocity to validate models in an FTI study. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.
The Flight Data Recorder (FDR) solution for a fleet of aircraft needed to be replaced resulting in grounding of the fleet. Read about the quick turnaround, off-the shelf solution we developed here.
This case study describes a multi-board solution to phase accurate synchronization of analog signals through multiple analog to digital converters at multi-GHz rates reliably over wide temperature ranges.
A system integrator required small form factor (SFF) mission processors, network switches, and network attached storage (NAS) with government approved encryption for UUV operations. Read about the solution we developed here.
A major weapons manufacturer located in Western Asia required Intel-based mission computers and network switches to form the backbone of a new firing control console for a laser-guided rocket system. Read about the solution we developed here.
Curtiss-Wright was recently challenged to provide a direct CameraLink interface to a Kintex-7 FPGA without the need for ChannelLink transceivers, thereby allowing an existing “generic” digital FPGA solution to be used. Read about the solution we developed here.