Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a segment of Crane Co., was selected by Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. to supply its ELDEC® Transformer Rectifier Units (TRU) on the Gulfstream G500 and G600. Each aircraft will have five 250 Amp TRUs, which will provide DC bus power throughout the aircraft. Gulfstream previously selected the same TRU for use on the G650 aircraft providing commonality across all three aircraft models.
The IEEE MTT-S 2015 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) will debut Microwave Week’s first Wearables + Wireless Pavilion featuring emerging wearable electronics that utilize RF and microwave technologies. Curated and sponsored by Intel and Wireless Design and Development, the pavilion will be located at Booth #307 in the Phoenix Convention Center as part of the symposium May 17-22, 2015.
Zentech Manufacturing Inc., the mid-Atlantic region’s premiere provider of electronics contract manufacturing services, continues the execution of their growth strategy announcing the acquisition of Colonial Assembly & Design (CA&D).
DfR Solutions, leader in quality, reliability, and durability (QRD) solutions for the electronics industry, announced the release of the most advanced version of Sherlock Automated Design Analysis™ software, version 4.0. The newest version of Sherlock allows users to model complex PCBs and components with exceptional detail, strengthening design decisions, saving significant time and money.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, announced its acceptance as a technical committee member on the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC). The AEC provides common part-qualification and quality-system standards for the automotive electronics industry.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, Power Solutions, will be supplying ELDEC® Power Conditioning Modules (PCM) to provide flight critical and reliable power management and conversion for the Honeywell Flight Control Electronics (FCE) supplied to COMAC.
Guinness World Records has recognized DARPA’s Terahertz Electronics program for creating the fastest solid-state amplifier integrated circuit ever measured. The 10-stage common-source MMIC achieves 9 dB gain at 1.03 THz.