WASHINGTON. At the annual Association of the United States Army (AUSA) meeting, Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division introduced the 3U embedded power supply that also delivers system I/O expansion without increasing slot count.
Rick Hearn from Curtiss-Wright looks at how COTS DO-254 safety-certifiable avionics hardware lowers cost and reduces risk.
Paul Davis from Curtiss-Wright looks at the NSA-approved two-layer encryption approach which slashes cost and development time.
Tammy Carter and Marc Couture with Curtiss-Wright deflate a number of the myths that have emerged regarding the use of GPU/GPGPUs in defense applications.
COTS suppliers are more frequently being called upon to help users address rapidly expanding requirements for anti-tamper (AT) and cybersecurity or information assurance (IA) capabilities. Learn more
Direct sampling using an analog-to-digital converter (ADC, eliminates the need for a front-end mixer and enables the full communications bandwidth to be processed digitally using digital signal processing (DSP) techniques.
As the demand for larger-scale, higher-performance deployed HPEC systems increases, access to the best development tools will only become more critical. Learn more about leveraging tools such as debuggers, profilers, and cluster managers.
One example of an FPGA-based VME interface alternative is Curtiss-Wright’s Helix, a field-tested and proven PCI Express-to-VME64x transparent bridge that provides a full VME64xMaster/Slave interface with a direct bridge to a PCI Express upstream port
Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions (CWDS) announced the company is teaming with Raytheon to provide turret drive and stabilization system upgrades for the M60 and Challenger 1 main battle tank (MBT) fleets.
Jeremy Banks and Jim Everett look at the updated FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC+) specification that has been developed and refined over the past year, promising unparalleled I/O density and backward compatibility.