John Kelleher from Military & Aerospace looks at how two U.S. standards organizations have ratified an open-systems specification for advanced air-flow-through cooling in high-performance embedded computing, RF and microwave applications.
John McHale speaks to Mike Southworth about COM Express, the fastest growing standard, thanks to its flexibility and reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) characteristics.
Tammy Carter looks at how debugging tools are expanding the ability to produce quality and more robust software for HPEC systems.
Don McKay, Curtiss-Wright speaks to Helen Haxell about developing a manual aircraft securing and traversing (MAST) handling system, which is expected to be utilized by navies around the world.
Rick Hearn looks at cost-effective, reliable avionics solutions that support DO-254 and DO-178 certification.
Paul Davis looks at how netbooting provides a superior alternative solution for installing and updating software that delivers huge labor savings.
ANSI/VITA 47 is an American National Standards Institute standard that defines a rigorous test regime, enabling vendors to demonstrate that their VPX product is designed to perform optimally, while complying with specific environmental, manufacture, safety and quality criteria.
VITA 76.0 Connectors Deliver Military-Grade High-Speed Signal Integrity for 10 GbE, USB 3.0 and SATA 3.0 Interfaces
Mike Southworth, Curtiss-Wright and Ken Braund, Meritec look at how VITA 76.0 connectors deliver military-grade high-speed signal integrity for 10 GbE, USB 3.0 and SATA 3.0 interfaces.
Paul Cook looks at how the trend of the past 20 years continues as the commercial market develops better devices that are applicable to the telemetry application. The lower cost, higher gain and smaller size eases the transition to C-band.
Kevin Rooney looks at how augmented reality is poised to revolutionize applications such as search and rescue (SAR) and airborne surveillance.