The VME embedded electronics industry may be throwing away an opportunity to unite behind a new generation of industry standards designed to help guide military and aerospace embedded computing designers into the future.
Officials at the U.S. Army’s Communication-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (CELCMC) at Fort Monmouth, N.J., sought computer and display systems for U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps combat vehicles.
Officials at Saudi Arabian Airlines and the Hua Ou Aviation Training Centre in Beijing, China, sought advanced technologies with which to adequately train new pilots, as well as expand the capabilities of veteran pilots.
Top Navy leaders are struggling to balance the right kind of ships, the best number of platforms, and the best mix of electronic and electro-optic technologies to meet the changing worldwide threats of the 21st century.
TEWS Technologies in Halstenbek, Germany, is introducing the TPMC553 standard single-wide 32-bit PCI mezzanine card (PMC) module that provides 32 or 16 channels of 16-bit analog outputs for defense, aerospace, industrial, and transportation applications.
Tyco Electronics in Harrisburg, Pa., is introducing the Snap-Lock SMA series plug electronic connector that is compatible with a standard SMA jack connector for test and instrumentation, mobile base station filters, and cable assemblies.
Digital signal processing specialist Analog Devices Inc. in Norwood, Mass., is introducing the AD8275 level-translating analog-to-digital (A-D) converter driver, which simplifies signal conditioning for high-voltage industrial and instrumentation designs.
Altera Corp. in San Jose, Calif., has started shipping its 40-nanometer field-programmable gate array (FPGA) called the Stratix IV for military, communications, broadcast, test, and medical applications.
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