from EDO Corporation totaling $930,000 for voltage - controlled oscillators (VCOs) used on the Spiral 2.1 Crew system ..... electronic jammers designed to counter radio- controlled IEDs (improvised explosive devices). The systems
FORT MYERS, Fla., 17 June 2007. Crystek Corp. in Fort Myers, Fla., is offering the Red Box series of voltage - controlled oscillators (VCOs). Customers can now order VCOs from Crystek in a aluminum enclosure that measures 1.25 by 1
Crystek Corp. in Fort Myers, Fla., is offering the Red Box series of voltage - controlled oscillators (VCOs). Customers can order VCOs from Crystek in an aluminum enclosure that measures 1.25 by 1.25 by 0.58 inches with SMA
of radiation tolerant voltage controlled Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) oscillators (VCSO) for space, satellite ..... or dielectric resonator oscillators . The VCSOs deliver low ..... frequency range, and control voltage sensitivity. Michael Schweyer
low noise performance similar to more expensive OCXO crystal oscillators . The CCSS-945 provides -170 dBc/Hz noise floor at 1 MHz ..... connectors announced by Crystek Crystek Corp. unveils new voltage controlled oscillator .
JEDEC. The simulator accounts for crosstalk and asymmetry between rising and falling switch times, and provides timing and voltage margins between the contour and DDR4 receive mask specification. The ADS DDR Bus Simulator allows for three IC model types
Analog outputs can be configured to generate arbitrary waveforms. Digital inputs can be configured to use selectable threshold voltage while digital outputs can be configured as either current source or current sink type of outputs. The VME-6500 is the first
vehicle use, and incorporates filters for MIL-STD-3009 NVIS compatibility. The complete display stack is laminated using a controlled process for highest optical quality and durability. The IVD2015 has 30 bezel keys whose function may be assigned by the application
warfighters through human augmentation and load assistance. Related: Army starts testing Lockheed Martin HULC computer- controlled robotic exoskeleton for infantry soldiers One example of human augmentation and load assistance is the Human Universal Load
unit is capable of a large number of tracking modes, providing multiple modes of operation. Designed to operate as a standalone unit, the AIM12’s modes and functions can be controlled via the on-board RS232/422 serial links.