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Navy looks to BAE Systems Australia to repair and upgrade Nulka shipboard EW missile defense

Navy looks to BAE Systems Australia to repair and upgrade Nulka shipboard EW missile defense

CRANE, Ind., 11 Nov. 2014. Electronic warfare experts at BAE Systems Australia in Abbotsford, Australia will maintain, test, and upgrade a U.S. and Australian naval electronic warfare (EW) system designed to protect fast, maneuverable surface warships from radar-guided anti-ship missiles.

Navy to beef-up supply of anti-submarine warfare sonobuoys in $195.2 million deal with ERAPSCO

Navy to beef-up supply of anti-submarine warfare sonobuoys in $195.2 million deal with ERAPSCO

PATUXENT RIVER NAS, Md., 10 Nov. 2014. U.S. Navy anti-submarine warfare (ASW) experts are replenishing their supplies of air-launched sonobuoys with a variety of capabilities ranging from taking the temperature of ocean layers at different depths, to detonating submerged explosive charges.

Terahertz chips, reusing electronic designs, and farewell to frigates this week on Rapid Fire

Terahertz chips, reusing electronic designs, and farewell to frigates this week on Rapid Fire

NASHUA, N.H., 5 Nov. 2014. Terahertz chips enable new applications, how to develop complex electronics quickly, and the last days of the U.S. Navy Perry-class frigates highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

A once-proud class of U.S. Navy surface warships is quickly fading away

THE MIL & AERO BLOG, 4 Nov. 2014. Throughout the Cold War U.S. Navy frigates were essential pieces in the Navy's role of first line of defense. These relatively small, fast, and maneuverable surface warships were designed for the vital role of screening aircraft carriers from aircraft and missile attack, as well as protecting Marine Corps amphibious invasion forces and cargo ships from enemy submarines.

Navy sends word out to industry for its need for nearly 12,000 feet of mil-spec shipboard cabling

Navy sends word out to industry for its need for nearly 12,000 feet of mil-spec shipboard cabling

CRANE, Ind., 3 Nov. 2014. U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts are asking industry to supply nearly 12,000 feet of rugged, temperature-resistant mil-spec wiring and cable for use aboard Navy surface warships.

Electro-optical sensor turret for ships, vehicles, and planes introduced by Lockheed Martin

Electro-optical sensor turret for ships, vehicles, and planes introduced by Lockheed Martin

ORLANDO, Fla., 3 Nov. 2014. Electro optics experts at Lockheed Martin Corp. are introducing the INFIRNO turret-mounted high-definition 15-inch sensor for identifying, tracking, and engaging several targets at long range from land vehicles, aircraft, and ships.

Navy taps General Micro Systems to provide rugged embedded computing for airborne electronic warfare

Navy taps General Micro Systems to provide rugged embedded computing for airborne electronic warfare

POINT MUGU, Calif., 31 Oct. 2014. U.S. Navy avionics experts needed rugged general-purpose processors for a rapidly deployable electronic warfare (EW) system for U.S. Marine Corps fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. They found their solution from General Micro Systems Inc. (GMS) in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

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