The risk of failure for avionics equipment on-board spacecraft due to radiation exposure is a critical issue for launchers, re-entry vehicles, space habitats and satellites
Performance is all about eliminating bottlenecks to minimize latency and maximize throughput. To maximize overall system performance requires the fastest, most efficient processor-to-processor data paths.
There is significant commonality between unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and UUV environments with standard rugged military commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) embedded solutions often applicable to both.
Introducing the Smart Backplane subsystem (KAM/CSB/12U), a rugged multi-slot chassis designed specifically for data acquisition, data processing, and recording in radiation-intensive space environments.
Curtiss-Wright MnACQ-2000 stackable networked encoding units support next-gen low-Earth orbit spacecraft
Curtiss-Wright is delivering its rugged, space-qualified data acquisition and network technologies for NASA’s Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System (SLS).
Gen 4 PCI Express (PCIe) with standard MultiGig RT2 VPX connectors can now meet the increased bandwidth requirements
To build equipment that can handle the challenges of rugged environments, engineers need to make the right design decisions for their components, chassis, and software. Here's how to get the job done.
John McHale speaks to Mark Grovak from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions on avionics data bus users demanding more reliability and flexibility.
Mark Grovak looks at how COTS technology faciltates faster delivery of advanced capabilities to the warfighter in the battlefield
Marc Couture of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions looks at the need for effective SIGINT/ELINT [signals intelligence/electronic signals intelligence]coverage of the electro-magnetic spectrum.