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IRVINE, Calif., 6 July 2015. Pasternack Enterprises Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing rugged solid-state high-power amplifiers for electronic warfare (EW), instrumentation, military communications, radar, satellite communications (SATCOM), telecommunications, data links, and medical devices.
WASHINGTON, 6 July 2015. Textron Systems Corp. is continuing its support for a fast unmanned boat designed to provide the U.S. Navy's Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) with unmanned minesweeping capability to detect, pinpoint, and destroy ocean mines.
WASHINGTON, 6 July 2015. U.S. Navy shipboard propulsion experts are taking the next step in enhancing the fuel-saving efficiency of propulsion systems aboard late-model Arleigh Burke-class destroyers by developing a hybrid electric drive propulsion for these surface warships. Officials of the Naval
Military Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance (ISR) applications generate a lot of non-stop and irreplaceable data from sensors, cameras and video feeds- and at high speed. Whether the data is radar, thermalimaging, video or photographs, all the data must be captured in real time without
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PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J., 2 July 2015. U.S. Army smart munitions experts are asking Raytheon Co. to build 100 M982 Excalibur satellite-gilded heavy artillery shells for the government of The Netherlands under terms of an $8.3 million contract announced last week.
SAN DIEGO, 26 June 2015. Systems integrators at NIITEK in Dulles, Va., needed mission embedded computing for the company's ground-penetrating radar designed to detect and pinpoint improvised explosive devices buried in roadways. They found their solution from ADL Embedded Solutions in San Diego.
OYSTER BAY, N.Y., 1 July 2015. Mill-Max Mfg. Corp. in Oyster Bay, N.Y., is introducing a terminal pin for a variety of board-to-board and wire-to-board applications. It has a compliant press-fit tail, slotted head, and an additional press-fit have on the barrel of the pin.
PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J., 30 June 2015. U.S. Army munitions experts are choosing five companies to help design and build new technologies for next-generation Army armaments and munitions, ranging from precision-guided munitions, warheads, fuzes, mortars, and different kinds of conventional ...
WASHINGTON, 26 June 2015. U.S. Navy officials are asking engineers at Lockheed Martin Corp. to upgrade electronic warfare (EW) systems for Navy surface warships under terms of a potential $58.9 million contract announced Thursday.