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eBooks are downloadable (PDF) high-level summaries of key industry topics by Military & Aerospace Electronics editors accompanied by a package of hand-selected recent, must-read articles on the topic from the pages of the Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine and website.

The eBook gives readers a direct line to Editor-in-Chief John Keller’s insight into an ongoing industry topic. The downloadable format makes them perfect not only for desktop reading and printing, but also for taking on the go – ground or air – on a laptop, iPad or tablet, or a Kindle or other eBook devices.

 

Issues and solutions for EMI and RFI shielding in an era of tightly integrated electronics

May 21, 2014 The push for small and lightweight electronics is accelerating as military systems designers seek to place sophisticated sensors, signal processing, satellite navigation, and radio communications equipment on small platforms such as unma...
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Defense electronics companies leveraging contract manufacturing to tackle complex technology on tight budgets

May 2, 2014 For companies in the right businesses, military contracting opportunities are expanding as defense budgets contract, and one of the right businesses these days is contract manufacturing for aerospace and defense electronics. Shrinking de...
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How model-based design saves engineers time when dealing with complex requirements

April 29, 2014 Model-based design helps engineers create and verify that their designs meet ever-more-complex system-level requirements. This approach starts with the same set of requirements as a traditional design, but includes executable specificati...

The signal processing challenges in radar and software-defined radio

March 19, 2014 Digital signal processing (DSP) for digital communications and software-defined radio, as well as for advanced radar systems, can be a difficult task. Getting it right can involve not only the technical expertise necessary to understand ...
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Electronic warfare takes precedence in era of shrinking military budgets

October 3, 2013 Electronic warfare has become one of the few prominent growth areas in an otherwise shrinking U.S. Department of Defense budget over the past several years, and its prominence is expected to continue into the future. Electronic warfare, ...
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Mil & Aero Magazine

July 2014
Volume 25, Issue 7
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