Standard Network Interfaces, Heterogeneous Architecture, and COTS Solutions: Recent Trends in Signal Processing
As the amount of signal-processing data used in defense applications continues to grow, the challenge for system architects becomes less about hardware design and more about what to do with all that data, and how.
The COTS Confidential Roundtable gathers experts from the defense electronics industry – from major prime contractors to defense component suppliers.
With faster processors, more functions, and higher bandwidth than ever before, today’s avionics are pushing the cooling technology envelope to the breaking point – and beyond.
The use of fiber optics is gaining momentum in modern avionics because it helps solve the size, weight and power (SWaP) challenges in next generation system designs.
Curtiss-Wright demonstrated an open standards architecture (OSA)-based intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) and electronic warfare (EW) system.
Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components are being embraced so the technology can be serviced at the base instead of waiting for specialized parts or sending the system back state-side.
The FCC keeps changing things, so consider utilizing tri-band transmitters to help facilitate the move to C-band technology.
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