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  • February 24, 2011 -- Smart power requirements seek to improve efficiency and reduce systems-development costs
    Product Intelligence -- Aerospace and defense systems integrators increasingly are demanding digital power control in advanced electronics for a wide variety of reasons, among them ease of reconfigurability, flexibility and low costs of design, and the ability to prognosticate the status and life cycles of power-management components.  
  • March 29, 2011 -- Persistent surveillance on a non-satellite budget is goal of U.S. military airship development
    Special report -- Whether tethered to the ground or floating for months and weeks at a time, manned and unmanned lighter-than-air vehicles packed with large electro-optic payloads are a key weapon in the U.S. military’s surveillance arsenal. Going back as far as the American Civil War, lighter-than-air vehicles -- airships, hot air balloons, and aerostats -- have performed a variety of missions for the military.
  • May 2, 2011 -- Critical needs for enhanced situational awareness drive avionics display development
    Product Intelligence, 2 May 2011. Avionics display designers say the increased situational awareness data available to pilots is driving avionics display configurations while avionics designers are calling for smaller display designs in military and commercial avionics retrofit programs. Massive amounts of information available in the cockpit also have an influence on display design. Military users want more processing capability so they can stream live video in on the displays and display FLIR imaging, and have processing capability to meet future requirements.
  • May 17, 2011 -- Radiation-hardened electronics designers face increasing difficulty with shrinking chip geometries
    Technology Focus, 17 May 2011. Integrated circuits continue to shrink in size and weight to enhance performance, yet today's tiny chip geometries can make life difficult for IC designers and systems integrators who must design systems to operate in the presence of naturally ocurring or man-made radiation. Some chip manufacturers are giving up levels of radiation hardness to enhance performance benefits in benign non-radiation applications.
  • May 24, 2011 -- Creeping system complexity drives growing use of EDA tools for aerospace and defense electronics
    Product intelligence -- The aerospace and defense industry uses electronic design automation (EDA) tools pervasively to design electronic components, explains Todd Cutler, senior manager of planning, marketing, and services at Agilent EEsof EDA in Santa Clara, Calif.  

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