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  1. Navy looks to H6 Systems to develop microwave weapon simulator for aircraft research

    Online Articles

    Tue, 19 May 2015

    microwave weapon to measure its effects on U.S. military aircraft . They found their solution from H6 Systems Inc ..... High Power Microwave Simulator (NBHPMS) to test military aircraft when the planes are exposed to a narrow-band enemy

  2. MILITARY AVIONICS: BAE Systems to provide military aircraft IFF transponders

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 8 Apr 2015

    Navy experts are asking BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration in Greenlawn, N.Y., to provide hundreds of identification-friend-or-foe (IFF) transponders for military jet fighter-bombers, helicopters, and trainer and transport aircraft under a $34.3 million contract.

  1. Meggitt Defense - Booth # 612


    Mon, 27 Apr 2015

    four two-minute main runs and 20 minutes of loiter time. The TPT is designed to be flown for many commercial or military aircraft , capable of carrying external stores. It can also be flown from sub-scale or full-size drone aircraft. When

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    time. The TPT is designed to be flown for many commercial or military aircraft , capable of carrying external stores. It can also be flown from sub-scale or full-size drone aircraft. When fitted with the appropriate radar
  2. VPT Adds VXR Series to Hi-Rel COTS Product Line

    Press Release

    Wed, 6 May 2015

    VDC, the VXR Series is optimized for a broad range of applications from military ground vehicles to commercial and military aircraft , including the unique power needs of unmanned aerial and ground systems. The VXR Series utilizes VPT’s patent

  3. 30 years later, Marine Corps Boeing AV-8B jump jet still being upgraded as front-line attack jet

    Online Articles

    Tue, 14 Apr 2015

    1553 digital databus. Before the Harrier IIs and their contemporaries like the F/A-18 Hornet fighter-bomber, military aircraft typically had federated avionics architectures that were wired point-to-point. The first generation of 1553

  4. Navy surveys industry for vehicle-mount Link-16 radios with simultaneous two-channel capability

    Online Articles

    Tue, 14 Apr 2015

    as compliance certifications to MIL-STD 810G. Link 16 is a military tactical data exchange network that enables military aircraft , ships and ground forces to exchange a tactical picture in near-real time. It helps military forces exchange

  5. BOX COMPUTERS: Rugged computers for civil, military aircraft and autonomous vehicles introduced by GE

    Magazine Articles

    Tue, 14 Jan 2014

    embedded computers for demanding, harsh environments such as civilian and military autonomous vehicles, commercial and military aircraft , ground vehicles, helicopters, surface and underwater research vessels, and locomotives. These rugged computers

  6. F-35 fighter, P-8A patrol jet, KC-46 tanker are big winners in 2016 DOD budget proposal

    Online Articles

    Wed, 4 Feb 2015

    DOD) to upgrade and build new military aircraft in the Pentagon's fiscal 2016 ..... passenger jet. The next largest military aircraft program proposed for fiscal ..... support. An emerging important military aircraft program is the future Air Force

  7. Air Force takes up open-systems standards for ISR sensor pods in hopes of spreading military-wide

    Online Articles

    Thu, 22 Jan 2015

    surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) sensor pods on military aircraft . The project, called Sensor Open Systems Architecture ..... proprietary designs for complex ISR sensor pods for military aircraft to reduce costs, cut development time, and ease

  8. Northrop Grumman moves forward in defending planes and UAVs with laser weapons

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 14 Jan 2015

    Beach, Calif., are moving forward with a military research program to use lasers for defending manned and unmanned military aircraft from heat-seeking missiles. Northrop Grumman is moving to advanced development of laser weapons small enough to