Military Embedded Systems

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Military Embedded Systems

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Comms

GPS splitter includes antenna health sensor - Product

February 14, 2018
The MS24S is a military qualified, two-input, two-output, GPS splitter with a slimline housing from GPS Source. The MS24S includes an antenna health sensor and an embedded antenna switch. Dual-input ports enable the splitter to be connected to two GPS receive antennas. The sensor monitors...
Comms

Airborne tactical data systems over Ethernet solutions - Product

February 14, 2018
GET Engineering?s Dual Parallel Channel NTDS [Naval Tactical Data System] over Ethernet solutions are qualified to military specification.
Unmanned

Flexible SBC includes dual core i7 processor from Intel - Product

February 14, 2018
The Orion PCI7620 is a single-board computer (SBC) that uses Intel?s fourth-generation Core i7 chip and complement of I/O, which is adaptable to military, industrial, or commercial applications. The SBC is available in multiple levels of ruggedization, from commercial-temperature air...
Avionics

Software analyzes run-time and logic errors - Product

February 14, 2018
CodePeer is an Ada source code analyzer that detects run-time and logic errors. Developed by Adacore, it assesses potential bugs before program execution, serving as an automated peer reviewer, helping to find errors at any stage of the development life cycle. The goal of CodePeer, say Ada...
Avionics

PMC card for avionics interfaces with configurable channels - Product

February 14, 2018
Sealevel?s PMC HyperBoard is a multi-standard PCI mezzanine card (PMC) that is compatible with MIL-STD-1553B and MIL-STD-1760 networking and interface standards. As well, each channel can be configured independently to work with H009 and WB-194 interfaces in conjunction with MIL-STD-...
Radar/EW

Radar on the high seas - Story

February 12, 2018
Modern maritime radar systems for missile defense and navigation have become more precise by leveraging commercial signal processing and radio frequency (RF) components in modular designs that enable commonality with clear technology refresh paths.
From The Editor

In memoriam: OpenSystems co-founder Wayne Kristoff - Story

February 08, 2018
We lost a family member recently: Wayne Kristoff - co-founder of OpenSystems Media, husband to our CFO and former president, Rosemary Kristoff, and patriarch to our Arizona team - lost a short battle with cancer. He was 71.
Radar/EW

Embracing open standards in military electronics systems - Story

January 31, 2018
Every month the McHale Report will host an online roundtable with experts from the defense electronics industry ? from major prime contractors to defense component suppliers. Each roundtable will explore topics important to the military embedded electronics market. This month we discuss Department of Defense (DoD) open architecture initiatives, board-level standards from VITA and PICMG, and more from attendees of the Embedded Tech Trends (ETT) conference held last week in Austin, Texas.
Radar/EW

Learn about SOSA, HOST & other DoD open architecture initiatives - News

January 30, 2018
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona. This webcast of industry experts will cover how various DoD open architecture initiatives such as the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) and Hardware Open Systems Technologies (HOST) are working together to shorten fielding times, lower life cycle costs and promote reuse. Michael Hackert of the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and Jerry Gipper, Executive Director of the VITA Standards Organization will lead this discussion.
Radar/EW

South Korean AESA radar development program contract won by Saab - News

December 29, 2017
SEOUL, South Korea. Saab experts will support algorithm development and evaluation for airborne active electronically scanned array (AESA) fighter radar. for the South Korean Defence Development (ADD) agency. Under the contract Saab engineers will work with ADD and its contractual partner LIG Nex1.
Unmanned

Counter-drone tech, multicore processors, Trump defense spending, open architectures impact 2017 defense electronics market - Story

December 22, 2017
This month?s panelists are: Gregory Powers, Global Market Leader, Aerospace & Defense, Performance Solutions Division, W.L. Gore & Associates; Chip Downing, Senior Director of Aerospace & Defense, Wind River; Manuel Uhm, Director of Marketing, Ettus Research, a National Instruments company and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Wireless Innovation Forum and John McHale, Group Editorial Director of Military Embedded Systems and proprietor of the McHale Report.
A.I.

Most read military electronics stories of 2017 - News

December 22, 2017
The most read stories on Mil-Embedded.com throughout 2017 covered subjects such as cognitive electronic warfare, synthetic vision, GaN technology, counterfeit mitigation, and more. Check them out below.
Radar/EW

Top military embedded blogs & columns of 2017 - Other

December 22, 2017
Our most popular columns, blogs, and guest blogs on Mil-Embedded.co from 2017 were penned by guest bloggers from VITA, Per Vices Corp., Themis Computer, and by our editorial staff on subjects such as potential wars with the F-35, the Trump Administration, drone landings on moving targets, the counter-UAV market, and more.
From The Editor

Remembering OpenSystems Co-founder Wayne Kristoff - Other

November 30, 2017
We lost a family member over Thanksgiving. Wayne Kristoff, co-founder of OpenSystems Media, husband to our CFO and former president, Rosemary Kristoff, and patriarch to our Arizona team. Wayne lost a short battle with cancer. He was 71.
Radar/EW

Electronic warfare systems and open standards at AOC show - Story

November 30, 2017
Every month the McHale Report will host an online roundtable with experts from the defense electronics industry ? from major prime contractors to defense component suppliers. Each roundtable will explore topics important to the military embedded electronics market. This month we discuss electronic warfare (EW) technology, the impact of open standards in the EW community, software defined radios (SDRs), and the buzz on the floor the Association of Old Crows (AOC) Annual Meeting Association of the U.S. Army?s (AUSA) this month in Washington with exhibitors at the event.
Radar/EW

GaN tech driving radar and electronic warfare designs - Story

November 30, 2017
Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology continues to be a game changer for military radar, electronic warfare (EW), and communications applications. In the following Q & A with Roger Hall, General Manager, Defense & Aerospace for Qorvo he discusses GaN's impact on these applications, reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements, how automotive radar innovation is influencing military designs, as well as the buzz on the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) show floor this summer.
From The Editor

Open standards, COTS, and AUSA - Story

November 14, 2017
When it comes to U.S. military trade shows, nothing usually tops the Association of the U.S. Army's (AUSA's) annual meeting for determining the mood of the Department of Defense (DoD) - and of the course the U.S. Army - regarding electronics procurement. Last month's event did not disappoint: Attendees and exhibitors from the warfighter to the components supplier showed enthusiasm for new technologies and the DoD's increased demand for open architectures and open standards.
Comms

Secure wireless communications for mobile devices - Product

November 13, 2017
PacStar's Secure Wireless Command Post (Wi-Fi) is a small modular communications package that enables SIPR [secret internet protocol router] wireless and mobility access for smartphones, tablets, and laptops for classified networks in deployed, expeditionary, and tactical environments. The...
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