Hybricon introduces ruggedized MicroTCA ATR chassis

AYER, Mass., 30 Oct. 2006. Hybricon Corp. in Ayer, Mass., is unveiling a ruggedized MicroTCA ATR chassis that not only accommodates double-width modules, but also complies with the specification, and addresses key limitations of commercial MicroTCA for military applications.

Oct 30th, 2006

AYER, Mass., 30 Oct. 2006. Hybricon Corp. in Ayer, Mass., is unveiling a ruggedized MicroTCA ATR chassis that not only accommodates double-width modules, but also complies with the specification, and addresses key limitations of commercial MicroTCA for military applications.

The combination of WiMAX and ruggedized MicroTCA is an attractive open standards COTS-based wireless solution for many military applications, Hybricon officials say.

In addition, the Hybricon MicroTCA chassis is Designed to the latest PICMG AMC and MicroTCA specifications; has locking bars to retain cards in the card cage; has a shock-isolated MicroTCA card cage inside the ruggedized ATR chassis; meets MIL-STD-461 EMI/EMC containment standards; has military circular connectors for copper and fiber I/O; and has power supply front ends converters that can be configured for commercial power, MIL-STD-704 aircraft power, or MIL-STD-1275 vehicle power.

For more information contact Hybricon online at www.hybricon.com.

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