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Advanced Cooling Techniques Beat the Heat for Rugged Embedded COTS Systems

December 05, 2009

Considering the environmentally intense environments faced by modern military electronics, the ability to meet the widest range of ruggedization and operating temperature requirements is an absolute must.

Secure Information Storage

December 01, 2009

Military and aerospace applications often involve intricate networks of advanced sensors, each gathering a wealth of data. More information is being gathered than ever before on the digital battlefield, including high-resolution photography and full-motion video.

Aerospace and Defense Organizations Tap Novel Rugged Mobile Computers for Mission-Critical Applications

December 01, 2009

A large majority of professionals today require fast, reliable computing platforms -- be they desktop, laptop, or handheld computers, servers, or similar devices -- to get the job done. In the military, however, a soldier's rugged computer can mean the difference between mission success...

Secure information storage designers have a wealth of options available for aerospace and defense applications

November 16, 2009

Military and aerospace applications often involve intricate networks of advanced sensors, each gathering a wealth of data. More information is being gathered than ever before on the digital battlefield, including high-resolution photography and full-motion video.

Why 3U VPX has an edge over CompactPCI for FPGA/DSP Military Operations

October 26, 2009

3U VPX[] (VITA 46) has a standards-based architecture and is able to support the desired high-speed serial fabrics while maintaining features familiar to users of both VME and CompactPCI such as 0.8" pitch. In addition, 3U VPX also supports 0.85" and 1" pitches, which is attractive for...

Air and Conduction Cooling for 3U COTS Cards: An Overview

October 06, 2009

Thermal knowledge and innovation continue to improve cooling limits for air-cooled and conduction-cooled cards, and this benefits 3U cards greatly due to their shorter width and lower power.

by Ivan Straznicky, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing

There are many trends at...

Preparing for lead-free electronics

October 06, 2009

Commercial and domestic electronics products of all types have been heavily influenced by the European directives for Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).

Transporting and recording high volumes of sensor data

September 06, 2009

There are classes of sensors such as air- or ground-based surveillance radars or towedarray or dipping sonars that generate very high volumes of digitized data.

FMC modules deliver high-speed I/O from ADCs to FPGAs

August 19, 2009

Overcoming the difficulty of designing an FPGA with I/O that suits a variety of applications.

COTS vendors speed FPGA development cycle

July 09, 2009

Although FPGAs are now used for DSP in many very diverse applications, they have become indispensable when parallel and repetitive algorithms are required by surveillance, Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), and Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) applications. In military guise, often...

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