Show Products

Accurate Engineering Inc. in San Diego will showcase Rigid-Flex printed wiring boards at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego.

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Accurate Engineering to show Rigid-Flex printed wiring boards

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Accurate Engineering Inc. in San Diego will showcase Rigid-Flex printed wiring boards at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The company makes specialty boards with blind and buried vias with cutouts and cavities. Solid-body bondable gold boards for space applications, flex jumpers (Rigid flex with gold finger contacts), and many more specialty type printed wiring boards.
Accurate Engineering Inc.
Booth 217

AdvancedIO to feature 10 Gigabit Ethernet packet processing AMC module

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Advanced IO Systems in Vancouver, British Columbia, will demonstrate its V3021 dual-channel 10GbE connectivity and packet processing AMC module at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The module is designed for real-time embedded applications which include security, lawful intercept, and streaming data from C4ISR sensors. Based on Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA technology, it is optimized for performing intelligent packet and signal processing of data streams at wire speed.
AdvancedIO Systems
Booth 304

Aeroflex to showcase 32-bit master/target PCI interface microprocessor

Aeroflex Colorado Springs in Colorado Springs, Colo., will showcase the LEON 3FT-based microprocessor at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Designed with Aeroflex Gaisler IP-proven architecture, the LEON 3FT provides a 32-bit master/target PCI interface, while the AMBA bus interconnects a peripheral rich environment, including SpaceWire, UART, CAN, and Ethernet. The UT699 features a power-saving 2.5-volt core and static design capable of operating from 1 to 75MHz; the UT699 delivers 53 MIPS performance at 66 MHz.
Aeroflex Colorado Springs
Booth 203

Aitech to show Core 2 Duo-based computing board that combines low power and rugged design

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Aitech Defense Systems Inc. in Chatsworth, Calif., will showcase the 6U VME C160 single-board computer (SBC) using Intel T7400 low-power, high-performance Merom Core 2 Duo dual core processors, for mobile applications requiring exceptionally low power and high processing throughput at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The rugged, single-slot C160 also uses Intel’s Virtualization Technology (VT), so the board can run different applications simultaneously using several virtual partitions.
Aitech Defense Systems
Booth 200

APW to show microcoil product line

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Aerospace Precision Windings (APW) in Bristol, Conn., will showcase miniature precision coils for aerospace sensor applications at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Called the MicroCoil System, the coils can have an outside diameter as small as .012 inches (.3-millimeter) and an inner diameter of .005 inches (0.127-millimeter). They may be wound with 39-58 AWG copper, copper clad aluminum, gold, nickel, or exotic magnetic wire materials.
Aerospace Precision Windings
Booth 316

Artisan Software to showcase Artisan Workbench software development tool

Artisan Software Tools Inc. in Beaverton, Ore., will showcase the Artisan Workbench at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show. The tool runs directly on a multi-user repository and provides unparalleled levels of performance, whatever the project size, from one to hundreds of users, says a company representative. It has a common inter-tool asset repository, an access portal for an integrated system and software engineering tool chain supporting several versions of tools.
Artisan Software Tools Inc.
Booth 615

Arxan to demonstrate anti-tamper solutions for military applications

Arxan Defense Systems in Bethesda, Md., will showcase anti-tamper solutions for the defense market at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. These products help protect software that contains critical program information and intellectual property. The Arxan tools use software and/or firmware techniques to prevent reverse-engineering, unauthorized use, theft, piracy, and exploitation.
Arxan Defense Systems
Booth 706

BittWare to demonstrate FPGA-based embedded computing

BittWare in Concord, N.H., will showcase FPGA-based embedded computing at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Based on Altera’s Stratix IV GX FPGA, BittWare’s S4-AMC (S4AM) is a mid-size, single-wide AdvancedMC that can be attached to AdvancedTCA (Advanced Telecom Compute Architecture) carriers or other cards equipped with AMC bays, and used in MicroTCA systems. The S4AM has a high-density, low-power Altera Stratix IV GX FPGA designed specifically for serial I/O-based applications.
BittWare
Booth 306

Connect Tech to showcase FPGA-based embedded processor modules

Connect Tech Inc. in Guelph, Ontario, will showcase FPGA-based embedded processor modules: the FreeForm/PCI-104 Virtex-5 FPGA-based embedded computing module at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The module has as many as 5 million gates, flash & DDR memory, Ethernet, LVDS & Rocket I/O, as well as a PowerPC option. FreeForm/PCI-104 is an off-the-shelf solution that allows users to immediately test their VHDL code/software.
Connect Tech Inc.
Booth 900

CSP Inc. to demonstrate FastCluster 3000 DSP engine

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CSP Inc. in Billerica, Mass. will showcase the FastCluster 3000 series systems at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. These devices are for high-performance digital signal processing (DSP) applications in defense and aerospace platforms where space, power, weight, and cooling are at a premium. FastCluster solutions are deployed in a broad array of applications including Radar, Sonar, and C4ISR.
CSP Inc.
Booth 307

Curtiss-Wright to demonstrate VPX single-board computers

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Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing in Leesburg, Va., will showcase the VPX6-185 6U VPX Freescale MPC8641D-based single-board computer at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Available in air- and conduction-cooled rugged versions, the VPX6-185 combines the performance and the advanced I/O capabilities of the Freescale MPC8641 (single or dual-core) processor with an extensive I/O complement to provide a capable processing platform for a wide range of embedded military/aerospace applications.
Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing
Booth 700

DDC-I to display real-time kernel for safety-critical applications

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DDC-I in Phoenix will showcase a lightweight software kernel with POSIX interfaces having a compact real-time TCP/IP stack and file system, which is certifiable to DO-178B Level A at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center. The HeartOS real-time operating system is for mission-critical and safety-critical applications. HeartOS is a lightweight deterministic kernel optimized for small- to medium-sized mission- and safety-critical applications with stringent space and processing requirements.
DDC-I
Booth 412

Dot Hill to showcase military data storage systems

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Dot Hill Systems Corp. in Carlsbad, Calif., will showcase the 2722 (Fibre Channel) and 2522 (SAS) storage arrays at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. These storage arrays present external RAID arrays using 2.5-inch disk drive form factor. The system packs twenty-four 2.5-inch drives in a 2-rack unit space yielding terabyte densities. The 2.5-inch form factor brings with it many advantages for mobile C4ISR centers, intelligence video archives, and deployable command centers.
Dot Hill Systems
Booth 214

Dyconex to display high-reliability printed circuit boards

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Dyconex AG in Bassersdorf, Switzerland, will showcase high-reliability printed circuit boards at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. These circuit boards have a strong focus on HDI/microvia substrates using thin flexible dielectrics. These boards provide flex, rigid-flex, and rigid HDI solutions for miniaturization- and performance-driven applications in medical, aerospace, defense, and industrial markets.
Dyconex AG
Booth 404

e2v to display 10-bit, high-speed analog-to-digital converter

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e2v Technologies plc in Chelmsford, England, will showcase a 10-bit, high-speed analog-to-digital converter at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The EV10AS152TP Series 10-bit, 3 gigasample-per-second A-D converter and built-in selectable ratio 1:2/4 DMUX is for applications such as direct RF down-conversion and software-defined radio where demands are placed on receiver designs needing both L-band capabilities (SFDR: -60dBc, ENOB: 8.2 bits) and S-band capabilities (SFDR: -58dBc, ENOB: 8.0 bits) from one A-D converter.
e2v Technologies
Booth 901

EPP presents automatic optical inspection system

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EPP GmbH in Gräefelfing, Germany, will showcase its AOI system model STRATUS II for automatic inspection of ceramic thick film and thin film hybrids, film on glass, LTCC/HTCC, and flex printed circuit boards at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The system is available in in-line or off-line versions, for inspection of wet (directly after screen or stencil printing) inspection or for inspection of dry substrates (after burn in and/or after laser trimming).
EPP GmbH
Booth 621

Esterel Technologies to demonstrate critical embedded software development tools

Esterel Technologies in Elancourt, France, will showcase critical embedded software development tools and services at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Esterel SCADE solutions are used by embedded software engineers to graphically design, verify, and automatically generate critical embedded software applications. Esterel SCADE Suite and Esterel SCADE Display are certified for critical application development for DO-178B up to Level A for aerospace and defense applications.
Esterel Technologies
Booth 613

Fancort to demonstrate equipment to trim and form leads

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Fancort Industries in West Caldwell, N.J., will showcase equipment to trim and form leads on a wide variety of electronic devices for surface mounting at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Services include lead forming and tinning, and if required, leak testing. Fancort can handle virtually any size part using its “universal” lead forming equipment and automated tinning equipment.
Fancort Industries
Booth 420

GE Fanuc to showcase data bus analyzers

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GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms Embedded Systems Inc. in Charlottesville, Va., will showcase MIL-STD-1553, ARINC and AFDX portable Data Bus Analyzers and a full suite of advanced features for use in the laboratory, in flight, on the flight line, or in any application requiring real-time data acquisition and analysis at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The company’s turnkey portable databus analyzers incorporate powerful, Windows-based application software.
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms Embedded Systems Inc.
Booth 702

Great River Technology to show ARINC 818 video IP Core for Xilinx and Altera FPGAs

Great River Technology in Albuquerque, N.M. will showcase the ARINC 818 (Avionics Digital Video Bus) IP core with support for Xilinx Virtex-2 Pro, Virtex-5, and Altera Stratix II GX FPGA devices at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. ARINC 818 delivers high-performance, low-latency, uncompressed video for mission-critical applications, such as military and commercial aerospace environments. The GRT IP Core helps engineers to quickly incorporate an ARINC 818 interface into their products without a large investment in time or engineering.
Great River Technology
Booth 216

HighRely to demonstrate tool to meet DO-178B requirements

HighRely Inc. in Phoenix will showcase the RelyTRACE traceability tool designed to meet DO-178B requirements at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Recently released Version 2.3 adds improved and additional traceability graphics, faster engine, and improved reporting options. Available stand alone or as part of HighRely’s JumpCert packaged services and products to expedite the path to certification. JumpCert includes tested and proven planning and process document templates, checklists, training, and DER (Designated Engineering Representative) consulting services.
HighRely Inc.
Booth 713

Hypertronics to demonstrate VME64X ruggedized connectors

Hypertronics Corp. in Hudson, Mass., will showcase the KVME rugged connectors for military and aerospace applications in severe environments at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. For high-speed applications, the VME complies with ANSI/VITA 1.7 high current for reliable signal integrity. Hypertronics VME products are compatible with IEEE-1101.2 and are an ultra-reliable alternative to COTS versions using the Hypertac wire basket system design that performs in the harshest environment in shock and vibration.
Hypertronics Corp.
Booth 401

Mentor graphics shows military systems design and development tools

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Mentor Graphics in Wilsonville, Ore., will showcase the Mentor CHS tool set for the design, analysis, and engineering of the electrical distribution system and its associated harnesses at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Mentor also will demonstrate SystemVision, a modeling and simulation tool for electric and electronic sub-systems. Mentor also provides embedded system/software and a range of IC and PCB design tools.
Mentor Graphics
Booth 405

Mercury Computer to display Power Architecture computing technology

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Mercury Computer Systems Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass., will showcase the Ensemble 5000 HCD5220 module that combines high-performance Power Architecture processing technology with balanced I/O from dual PMC/XMC sites and the scalable serial RapidIO interconnect at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The HCD5220 can function as a single-board computer or as part of an embedded processing cluster for high-end digital signal processing. The HCD5220 uses the cross-product MultiCore Plus software infrastructure.
Mercury Computer Systems Inc.
Booth 302

North Penn Technology hot solder dipping services

North Penn Technology in Hatfield, Pa., will showcase a robotic hot solder dipping process to convert the terminal finish of electronic components from lead-free to leaded at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The company also will demonstrate lead-free to lead conversion for BGAs, BGA reballing, XRF screening (X-ray fluorescence testing), Hi-Rel Cable & Harness Assembly, and DMS/EOL whole life product support.
North Penn Technology
Booth 309

PA&E to show Flex Lead EMI filters

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Pacific Aerospace & Electronics (PA&E) in Wenatchee, Wash., will showcase the Flex Lead EMI filters at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. These filters are for engineers searching for electromagnetic interference (EMI) filtering who must consider factors like space availability, environmental conditions, and electrical performance, when designing a component. PA&E’s Flex Lead filters offer reliability because its design eliminates a solder joint that is often prone to fatigue.
Pacific Aerospace & Electronics (PA&E)
Booth 406

Performance Technologies to showcase COTS-based IPnexus AMP5071 1U MicroTCA system

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Performance Technologies in Rochester, N.Y., will showcase a COTS-based IPnexus AMP5071 1U MicroTCA system at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The AMP5071 comes integrated with a choice of processing Advanced Mezzanine Card (AMC). Additional AMC modules for I/O, storage, and compute functions can be easily configured and integrated into the system to meet a wide range of IP-based, communications design criteria. In addition, the high-availability MicroTCA system comes with NexusWare Linux OS.
Performance Technologies
Booth 413

Phoenix International to demonstrate SAS/SATA-based solid-state disk

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Phoenix International in Orange, Calif., will showcase the VS1-250-SSD serial attached SCSI (SAS)/serial ATA (SATA) based solid state disk VME blade at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The VS1-250-SSD delivers high-capacity, high-performance data storage for military, aerospace, and industrial applications requiring rugged, secure, and durable mass data storage. This 6U, single-slot module houses one or two each 2.5-inch SAS or SATA SSDs of up to 256 gigabytes per device.
Phoenix International
Booth 300

SMT Corp. to demonstrate component authentication process

SMT Corp. in Sandy Hook, Conn., will showcase a component authentication process and custom documentation solution at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. This process is to address the growing epidemic of electronic component counterfeiting. The solution includes the services of real time X-ray, microscopy, decapsulation, die verification, XRF RoHS testing, and solderability testing. SMT is an Independent Stocking Distributor of Electronic Components.
SMT Corp.
Booth 902

Southwest Microwave to demonstrate miniature microwave coax assemblies

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Southwest Microwave Inc. in Tempe, Ariz., will showcase miniature microwave coax assemblies at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Called “SSBP”, these products are assembled and tested, microwave coax that can fit in Size 20 cavities for D-Sub/MIL-PRF-24308 connectors, plus rear-insertion/removable coax for Size 20, 16, 12, and 8 cavities in industry-standard MIL-DTL-38999 series I, III, or IV connectors. They offer extreme bandwidth, line-to-line isolation greater than -95 dB. MIL-HDBK-217 reliability is improved over use of individual microwave connectors.
Southwest Microwave Inc.
Booth 409

Specialty Coating to display conformal electronics coatings

Specialty Coating Systems in Indianapolis will showcase its Parylene HT conformal coating and AdPro Plus adhesion promotion technology at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. SCS Parylene HT is a thin, pinhole-free coating that offers protection for military and aerospace components and assemblies including sensors, circuit boards, MEMS, wafers, and transducers, to name a few. Parylene HT has moisture, chemical, and dielectric barrier properties, in addition to its thermal and UV stability.
Specialty Coating Systems
Booth 210

SprayCool to showcase direct-spray scalable enclosures

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SprayCool in Liberty Lake, Wash., will showcase its latest model in direct-spray scalable enclosures at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The company also will show a 1/2 ATR-compatible 3U rugged electronics chassis, configurable to accept 3U or 6U electronics cards, in commercial and/or custom. The company offers small and light, scalable products for EW electronics in harsh military environments. SprayCool will host a workshop at MAE Forum on “Cooling Trends in MilAero Electronics” at 11 a.m. on June 2.
SprayCool
Booth 317

Staco Systems to show series 100 four-pole lighted pushbutton switch

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Staco Systems in Costa Mesa, Calif., will showcase its series 100 four-pole lighted pushbutton switch at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The switch is designed to meet and exceed the demands of aerospace, commercial avionics, military, and maritime applications. The Series 100 provides reliability in a light weight package with NVIS compatibility, sunlight readability, four-pole snap action, EMI/RFI protection, LED or incandescent illumination, and water-tight/solvent-resistant sealing.
Staco Systems
Booth 303

SYSGO AG to demonstrate PikeOS real-time operating system software

SYSGO AG in Klein-Winternheim, Germany, will demonstrate the company’s PikeOS real-time operating system software at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. PikeOS is based on a separation microkernel, has strict time and resource partitioning, combines paravirtualization and hard real time, is MILS compliant, is an Eclipse based development environment, and is certifiable to safety-critical standards (DO-178B, IEC 61508, and EN 50128).
SYSCO AG
Booth 718

Thermacore to demonstrate thin heat spreader technology

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Thermacore Inc. in Lancaster, Pa., will showcase thin heat spreader technology at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Heat spreader technology, commonly referred to as a Vapor Chamber or Therma-Base, allows a traditional solid metal heat sink to cool much better by reducing the thermal spreading resistance. The Therma-Base technology is a passive two-phase heat pipe technology in a planar format that achieves thermal performance via three-dimensional spreading.
Thermacore Inc.
Booth 314

Tyco Electronics to demonstrate high-speed ruggedized connectors

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Tyco Electronics in Harrisburg, Pa., will showcase high-speed ruggedized connectors at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The High-Speed Ruggedized (HSR) backplane connector combines commercial technology in a ruggedized format for military and aerospace applications. HSR connectors are easily configured and assembled by the user. Available modules include 30 differential pairs, with performance up to 10 gigabits per second; 60 single-ended contacts (open pin field); 8 power contacts, rated at 15 amps per contact; and 8 RF coax (in development).
Tyco Electronics
Booth 205

Vector Software to demonstrate VectorCAST line of automated test tools

Vector Software Inc. in East Greenwich, R.I., will showcase VectorCAST line of automated test tools at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The VectorCAST products scan C/C++ and Ada source code and automatically generate the test code necessary to construct executable test harnesses for unit and integration testing. Utilities are also included to construct and execute test cases, generate reports, regression testing, code coverage requirements, and static measures.
Vector Software Inc.
Booth 812

White Electronic Designs showcases high-density stacked memory modules

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White Electronic Designs in Phoenix is showing the company’s compact, high-density memory modules at the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and Avionics USA conferences and trade show. The memory modules from White Electronic Designs free up board space and improve performance. The company’s DDR2 SDRAM packs 1 gigabyte of memory into a into a tin-lead (SnPb) ball attach BGA package less than 1/2 square inches. WEDC multi-chip and system-in-a-package solutions reduce design complexity.
White Electronic Designs
Booth 400


Product highlights at the avionics and military shows in San Diego

Welcome to the product section for the Avionics USA and Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum conferences and trade shows, which are co-located June 1 and 2 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. The extensive listing that follows depicts the military, aerospace, and avionics products and services that will be displayed and demonstrated at these shows. For more information, visit Avionics USA online at www.avionics-usa.com, and the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum at www.milaeroforum.com.

June 1-2, San Diego

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