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  1. USB 3.1 sockets for enhanced data transfer and power efficiency introduced by Mill-Max

    By Mil & Aero staff OYSTER BAY, N.Y., 27 Aug. 2015. Mill-Max Manufacturing Co. in Oyster Bay, N.Y., is introducing the SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Type C to its line of USB I/O sockets . This mid-mount receptacle is 2X faster than USB 3.0 with more efficient data transfer, higher throughput and improved I/O power efficiency, company officials say. Features include USB 3.1 mid-mount, hybrid layout; metal housing with enhanced EMI/RFI prevention; and reversible USB type C connector. The type C connector style has no polarization so cables, with type C plugs, may be connected regardless of orientation. The socket is two times faster than USB 3.0 -- as fast as 10 gigabits per second -- with more efficient data transfer, higher through-put and improved I/O power efficiency, Mill-Max officials say. Related: Target connectors and pins for mating surface for spring-loaded pins on boards offered by Mill-Max The device maintains backward compatibility with previous USB versions; and provides optimized power efficiency to reduce drain on portable device batteries. It offers storage, smartphone, tablet, notebook, docking, automotive, and home entertainment functionality, and is packaged on tape & reel, 900 parts per 13-inch reel. Mill-Max also carries USB SMT and through-hole, Types A and B, compatible with USB 1.0 and 2.0 specifications; USB 3.0 through-hole mount sockets, Types A and B receptacles; USB 3.0 Micro-B SMT Sockets, Type B Receptacles and Mini USB SMT Sockets, Types A and B. For more information contact Mill-Max online at www.mill-max.com .

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    Thu, 27 Aug 2015

  2. Military researchers gather contractors for fast, energy-efficient undersea vehicles

    KEYPORT, Wash., 21 Aug. 2015. U.S. government researchers are gathering contractors for a program to develop revolutionary underwater propulsion and drag-reduction technologies to enable manned and unmanned undersea vehicles to move through the water faster and more energy-efficiently than ever ...

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    Fri, 21 Aug 2015

  3. Black Diamond to provide rugged computers for battlefield airmen

    U.S. Air Force close air support control experts are looking to Black Diamond Advanced Technologies LLC in Chandler, Ariz., to provide rugged computers to help battlefield-deployed ground controllers guide attack jets accurately to their targets.

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    Wed, 19 Aug 2015

  4. Market for flat thin-film and printed batteries to grow to $1.1 billion by 2022

    GLEN ALLEN, Va., 23 July 2015. The worldwide market for thin-film and printed batteries over the next seven years will be 32 times larger than it is today, predict analysts at market researcher n-tech Research (formerly NanoMarkets) in Glen Allen, Va.

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    Thu, 23 Jul 2015

  1. BATTERIES : Navy chooses batteries from K2 Energy for electromagnetic railgun

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    Wed, 15 Oct 2014

  2. K2 Energy batteries to help power Navy electromagnetic railgun

    U.S. Navy hypervelocity weapons experts needed powerful and reliable batteries to power a large modular capacitor bank for the electromagnetic railgun.

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    Mon, 8 Sep 2014

  3. Connector industry balancing speed, cost, and performance

    Interconnect designers confront system demands for blindingly fast speeds and small, lightweight connector products that work in rugged operating conditions.

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    Thu, 11 Jun 2015

  4. Spending more on ruggedized computers can ensure against crucial data loss, survey reveals

    NASHUA, N.H., 23 June 2015. Nine out of ten readers of Military & Aerospace Electronics say it's worth the extra money to buy ruggedized computers for aerospace and defense applications, rather than risking the loss of crucial data by using commercial-grade computers, a recent study shows.

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    Tue, 23 Jun 2015

  5. Air Force chooses Black Diamond to provide rugged computers for battlefield air controllers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio, 10 July 2015. U.S. Air Force close air support control experts are looking to Black Diamond Advanced Technologies LLC in Chandler, Ariz., to provide rugged computers to help battlefield-deployed ground controllers guide attack jets accurately to their targets.

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    Fri, 10 Jul 2015

  6. IED hunters adapt to sophisticated threats

    Improvised explosive devices have been the most lethal enemy threat to U.S. forces during military operations in Southwest Asia. Counter-IED technologies are adapting to ever-more-sophisticated IED threats.

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    Thu, 11 Jun 2015

  7. Spending more on ruggedized computers can ensure data integrity, survey reveals

    Nine out of ten readers of Military & Aerospace Electronics say it's worth the extra money to buy ruggedized computers for aerospace and defense applications, rather than risking the loss of crucial data by using commercial-grade computers, a recent study shows.

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    Thu, 16 Jul 2015

  8. PowerPulse Battery Maintenance System

    Designed for frequently-charged 12-Volt battery systems, the PowerPulse® PP-12-L 12V Battery Maintenance System ensures maximum performance on single 12-Volt batteries or two or three 12-Volt batteries connected in parallel.

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    Wed, 1 Apr 2015

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