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  1. Navy asks Hydroid to develop bathymetry underwater sensor for ocean floor mapping

    PANAMA CITY, Fla., 1 Sept. 2015. U.S. Navy undersea researchers are looking to unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) expert Hydroid Inc. in Pocasset, Mass., to provide an underwater sensor able to map the ocean floor. Officials of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Panama City, Fla., have announced a $7.3 million contract to Hydroid to develop and build one prototype bathymetry mapping system sensor suite that represents a sensor version that could be mass-produced. Navy researchers want Hydroid to develop a bathymetry mapping sensor able to collect and record swath bathymetry and imagery data of the ocean floor. The goal of the project is use or modify existing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology as much as possible. Bathymetry is determining and imaging the underwater depths of lakes or ocean floors, typically to support safety of surface or sub-surface navigation, and usually show seafloor relief or terrain as contour lines. Hydroid is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kongsberg Maritime in Kongsberg, Norway. Related: Navy chooses imaging sonar systems from EdgeTech to support of arctic research projects On this contract Hydroid will do the work in Pocasset, Mass., and should be finished by August 2017. For more information contact Hydroid online at www.km.kongsberg.com/hydroid , or the Naval Surface Warfare Center-Panama City at www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/WarfareCenters/NSWCPanamaCity .

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    Tue, 1 Sep 2015

  2. Chip inductors for RF choke and filtering applications introduced by Coilcraft

    CARY, Ill., 31 Aug. 2015. Coilcraft Inc. in Cary, Ill., is introducing the 0402DF series chip inductors for RF choke and filtering applications.

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    Mon, 31 Aug 2015

  3. RF AND MICROWAVE : 6U VXS module based on OpenRFM guidelines offered by Mercury

    Mercury Systems in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing the open- systems Ensemble RFM-1RS18 RF and microwave tuner for electronic warfare (EW) applications that use board-based RF and microwave components and embedded computing for on-board digital signal processing.

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    Wed, 19 Aug 2015

  4. Air Force brings 1950s-vintage B-52 bomber into the network-centric 21st century

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio, 31 Aug. 2015. U.S. Air Force avionics experts are preparing to upgrade 28 Boeing B-52 eight-engine strategic jet bombers to enable the venerable aircraft to log-in to the network-centric battlefield.

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    Mon, 31 Aug 2015

  1. Data isolator power electronics module for sensors and communications introduced by Murata

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    Wed, 26 Aug 2015

  2. Navy orders 110 small throwable unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) robots from iRobot

    BEDFORD, Mass., 27 Aug. 2015. Unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) experts at iRobot Corp. in Bedford, Mass., have received a $4 million order from the U.S. Navy for the company's model 110 FirstLook robots and accessories, company officials announced last week.

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    Thu, 27 Aug 2015

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

    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.

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    Thu, 27 Aug 2015

  4. Marines make transition from gallium arsenide to gallium nitride in air-defense radar

    QUANTICO, Va., 26 Aug. 2015. Systems designers at Northrop Grumman Corp. are inserting new electronic technology into a new U.S. Marine Corps air-defense radar to make the system more effective in detecting rockets, artillery, mortars, cruise missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and other low ...

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    Wed, 26 Aug 2015

  5. Real-time fleet management shipboard electronics introduced by McMurdo Boatracs

    SAN DIEGO, 24 Aug. 2015. The Boatracs segment of McMurdo Group in San Diego is introducing the Preparation, Response, Identification, Surveillance, Management, Acceleration (PRISMA) Connect Web-based integrated fleet management shipboard electronics that connects ship to shore in real-time.

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    Mon, 24 Aug 2015

  6. Navy announces contracts potentially worth $880.8 million for MIDS low-volume terminals

    SAN DIEGO, 24 Aug. 2015. U.S. Navy military communications experts are earmarking more than three-quarters of a billion dollars for new military situational awareness communications terminals that enable U.S. and allied aircraft, ships, and ground forces to exchange their tactical pictures in ...

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    Mon, 24 Aug 2015

  7. Radiation-hardened multiplexers for manned spacecraft and satellites introduced by Intersil

    MILPITAS, Calif., 28 Aug. 2015. Intersil Corp. in Milpitas, Calif., is introducing the ISL71840SEH and ISL71841SEH radiation-hardened multiplexers for manned spacecraft and satellites.

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    Fri, 28 Aug 2015

  8. Wrong again: UAV market heading nowhere but up over the next decade

    THE MIL & AERO BLOG, 25 Aug. 2015. I have to admit I was wrong about unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), specifically about the UAV market. I was under the impression that UAVs -- popularly called drones -- were starting to represent a market that was leveling off after years of steep growth. Gazing ...

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    Tue, 25 Aug 2015

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