Bringing Secure Mesh Wireless to Mobile Command Posts
Military wireless networks in the military can be secured through the proven use of NSA-approved Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) encryption.
The Evolving Use of Multicore Processors in Avionics
Power, reliability and real-time computing capabilities are just some of the advantages of using multicore processors.
Bringing the Benefits of GCIA to Next-generation Ground Vehicles
The partnership between Curtiss-Wright and BAE Systems to develop a standardized MOSA open architecture for next-generation ground vehicles shows how MOSA can be leveraged to deliver new capabilities to next-generation ground vehicles.
Open or Out: U.S. Military Requirements for Modular Open Systems Architectures
Now that the Army has chosen its preferred Future Long Range Assault Aircraft in Bell’s V-280 advanced tiltrotor, the race is on to populate it with mission systems that will allow the machine to operate through adversaries’ sophisticated air defense systems.
Optimizing 100G VPX
Currently, there are two options for VITA 46.30 connectors: the TE Connectivity RT3 and Amphenol R-VPX EVO2 connectors, both of which meet the ANSI/VITA 46.30 standard intended for 100G (4-lanes @ 25 Gbaud) systems, and potentially beyond.
March Radio Roundup
Curtiss-Wright has unveiled new PacStar Radio Chassis models designed to accommodate either three or four radios.
Understanding GCIA: A Paradigm Shift for Establishing an Overall Ground-combat Vehicle Architecture
The U.S. Army has long pursued a standardized infrastructure and architecture for ground-combat vehicle hardware and networking.
OEMs Target Cleaner, Greener Cabin Air Conditioning
A new generation of cabin air conditioning systems is emerging, prompted by a focus on reliability, air quality and sustainability.
The Next Generation of Open-systems Embedded Computing Standards
The SOSA technical standard for embedded computing hardware and software is beginning to provide tangible benefits for early adopters.
Rugged Computers Take on the Shock and the Heat
Designers of rugged embedded computing systems, laptop computers, and tablet computers balance the need to operate in harsh conditions, as well as meet growing requirements for open-systems standards.