Adding new critical capabilities such as digital mapping, HMI, and cross domain guard data security solutions into rugged deployed systems for defense & aerospace applications can be a challenge-both to development schedules and program budgets.
Jack Browne with Microwaves & RF magazine selects the products that make practical use of the latest technology advances.
Graham Pitcher discusses the challenges of moving from 3.125 Gbit/second VPX data rates to 10/20/40 Gbit/second.
Courtney Howard with Military & Aerospace Electronics Magazine discusses how unmanned vehicle technology advances deliver a common operating picture for enhanced decision-making and mission effectiveness.
As more and more vehicles interconnect electronic subsystems via the platform's local Ethernet network, the threat of network congestion increases, resulting in unacceptable performance degradation and
slowing the transmission of critical data to the destination(s) that most need it as...
Because of the large amount of digital processing now performed in many systems, platforms ranging from electronic-intelligence (ELINT) and signal-intelligence (SIGINT) to radar and electronic-warfare (EW) systems can all benefit from fast digitizers with broad, instantaneous bandwidths.
Signal Integrity (SI) is becoming an increasingly critical consideration for designers of OpenVPX systems. While system integrators first confronted some SI issues as the embedded industry made the performance advance from Gen1 at 3.125 Gbaud to Gen2 at 6.25 Gbaud signaling, the current...
While system integrators first confronted some Signal Integrity issues as the embedded industry made the performance advance from Gen1 at 3.125 Gbaud to Gen2 at 6.25 Gbaud signaling, the current transition to Gen3 >10 Gbaud signaling rates, nearly doubling the bandwidth of Gen2 OpenVPX,...
In deployed defense and aerospace applications, Data Recorders are used to capture critical data. Data recorders are often deployed in harsh military environments, on platforms such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and armored vehicles that require a high level of system ruggedization.
HPEC brings supercomputer technology to the mil/aero domain, delivering incredible performance in deployable designs.