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  1. Model 53662 4-Channel 200 MHz A/D with 32-Channel DDC with Virtex-6 FPGA - 3U VPX

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    Fri, 22 Feb 2013

    Contact provides leading edge board and system level solutions for the most demanding requirements in data acquisition. Digital signal processing. And software radio applications. Through excellence and innovation up. Still going to be taking a closer look at the models that he 662. And it's a form

  2. Mobile application to provide biofeedback for mental health released after studies on suicide rates released

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    Mon, 4 Feb 2013

    [MUSIC] This is the Military and Aerospace Electronics Report. I'm Skyler Frank. The Department of Defense has introduced a mobile application to monitor the mental health of service members after an alarming suicide rate was reported both among veterans and active duty soldiers. The application,

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    The Department of Defense has introduced a mobile application to monitor the mental health of service members after an alarming suicide rate was reported both among veterans and active duty soldiers. The application, called BioZen, uses wireless sensors that monitor its subjects' physical level of relaxation. The application uses sensors that measure galvanic skin response, respiratory rates, skin temperature and other indicators of stress levels . The application can even gather information about brain activity from sensors. When information is gathered from the sensors the application generates feedback
  1. DARPA envisions munitions that fall upwards through the ocean to targets on the surface

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    Mon, 21 Jan 2013

    [MUSIC] This is the Military and Aerospace Electronics Report. I'm John Keller. Now, the whole notion of air delivered weapons is pretty clear. Aircraft release bombs that fall downward toward their targets. Now, take that idea and flip it upside down. Yes, I'm talking about weapons and sensor

  2. DARPA testing of Legged Squad Support System begins

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    Mon, 14 Jan 2013

    [MUSIC] This is is the Military & Aerospace Electronics Report. I'm Skyler Frink. The average war fighter in the field who carries up to 100 pounds of equipment will soon be getting help from their new four-legged friend. The legged squad support system or LS3. The LS3 is a quadruped robot that can

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    equipment. Walk 20 miles on a charge. And also act as an auxiliary power station for recharging batteries for radio's and other devices. The goal of the robot is to reduce the fatigue, physical strain, and poor performance heavy loads can cause war fighters to experience. With one robot capable of carrying all supplies not immediately needed on hand, the technology is promising. The system, developed by a team led by Boston Dynamics, is capable of traversing rugged terrain, obeying verbal commands, and navigating hazards and weather conditions such as rain or snow. The LS3 project began in September of 2009, and is based on the big dog robot from
  3. The sky’s the limit in 2013

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

    [MUSIC] This is the Avionics Intelligence report. I'm Courtney Howard. It's 2013 and I want to take this opportunity to wish you a happy New Year and thank you for being part of the avionics Intelligence community. I look forward to working with you in the new year. Industry pundits and analysts

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    of new opportunities and innovations. Hotspots include air traffic management, commercial unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs. Also called remotely piloted aircraft systems, or RPAS, and satellites and commercial space flight . Also look for airport expansions and growth in business aviation and MRO, maintenance, repair and overhaul. We at Avionics Intelligence, and the Avionics Europe Conference and Exhibition, have several surprises up our sleeves for 2013. To keep up with the fast paced aviation community, and to feed avionics professionals' appetite for industry and technology news , we're doubling the distribution of the electronic newsletter. Beginning next week, the Avionics Intelligence e-newsletter will be delivered twice weekly, on Tuesdays
  4. Are Your ICs Ready for the Real Space Environment?

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    Wed, 19 Dec 2012

    [MUSIC] There are many different types of radiation and, indeed Intersil addresses two of these, Intersil addresses total dose testing, which is basically gamma rays. Okay, and at both high and low dose rate as we will get into later. And so it also addresses saying the benefits of a very broad

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    later. And so it also addresses saying the benefits of a very broad range . And those are typically addressed by heavy ion testing. Low dose rate testing you have to con, you have to contrast this
  5. Submarine technology in the news with mini-submarine contracts and communications projects

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    Mon, 17 Dec 2012

    [MUSIC] This is the military and aerospace electronics report I'm John Keller. And after what seems to have been a quiet period. Submarine technology is back in the news this week. new developments come amid an ominous back drop of reports. That US anti-submarine warfare technology has eroded over

  6. Military & Aerospace Electronics Last Word Video Supplement

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    Mon, 10 Dec 2012

    [MUSIC] I'm Skylar Frink and this is the Military & Aerospace Electronics Last Word Video Supplement. With me today is David Kelly, CEO of Bluefin Robotics. So David what's driving the interest autonomous unmanned vehicles. >> Well Skylar over the last decade the technology has proven itself to be

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    Kelly, CEO of Bluefin Robotics. So David what's driving the interest autonomous unmanned vehicles . >> Well Skylar over the last decade the technology has proven itself to be a cost effective efficient platform for sub C
    sea life. And, what are some of the challenges in designing autonomous unmanned vehicles ? >> Well, if you look, you're the vehicles are designed to work in the ocean, which is a harsh and challenging environment. If you compare it to air, or ground unmanned vehicles , there's a couple of different challenges. One, is you're working at extreme pressures in a water environment. So that requires us to use pressure housings, special underwater connectors and other techniques designed to work at high pressure in a harsh environment. The other aspect of it is that the communications to the vehicle are extremely low bandwidth and intermittent. So unlike an air or a ground vehicle where you can rely on a high speed reliable data link. In the unmanned vehicles sub C, that data link is very slow, think of a dialup modem in the circa 1980. It's also intermittent, so therefore, the amount of, sophistication on the vehicle to deal with transient condition or unexpected conditions is higher than is typically found in other unmanned vehicles . Are there any trends in autonomous unmanned vehicle technology. >> I think there are three identifiable trends in underwater unmanned vehicle technology.
    the FAA where regulations were passed that severely restricted the use of unmanned vehicles . In the U.S airspace. It could be quite a constraint on the growth of industry. So the industry is actively working with the Coastguard and these international bodies to address these. To evolve the capabilities of vehicles, to comply with rules, and to evolve the rules to comply with both manned and unmanned vehicles working in these spaces. And I think if we work at it, we can find a successful solution that will enable both
  7. Industry investment in Florida

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    Mon, 3 Dec 2012

    [MUSIC] This is the Avionic Intelligence Report. I'm Courtney Howard. A flurry of aviation and aerospace activity is taking place in the South Eastern United States. I've attended myriad aviation, aerospace and embedded technology conferences and exhibitions in Florida, but largely in the areas of

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    of aviation and aerospace activity is taking place in the South Eastern United States . I've attended myriad aviation, aerospace and embedded technology conferences and exhibitions in Florida, but largely in the areas of Orlando, Tampa and what's commonly referred to as Florida's Space Coast, at the heart of which sits the Kennedy Space Center . In November I took my first trip to Florida's great northwest, the northwestern part of Florida, also informally called the Florida panhandle. Northwest Florida includes the Tallahassee, Panama City, Fort Walton Beach , and Pensacola Metropolitan statistical areas. More than 500 aviation, aerospace, and defense companies call northwest Florida home. A majority of companies are
  8. Department of Defense updates space policy, aims to reduce cost and defend systems

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    Mon, 26 Nov 2012

    [MUSIC] This is the Military and Aerospace Electronics Report. I'm Skylar Frank. The US Department of Defense has updated its Space Policy, aiming at reducing costs and decreasing the risks of attack on space assets. The update reflects on the current budget climate by aiming to keep systems

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    policy aims to deter attacks against space systems by declaring how the United States will view interference with its systems. An attack against US space systems will be seen as an infringement of US rights, and