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San-tron Inc., a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, announced that it has achieved its AS9100 certification, a quality standard for companies that design, develop or produce aerospace products.
Ball Aerospace's GMI instrument arrives in Japan onboard NASA's global precipitation measurement satellite
A Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. instrument essential for a new era in precipitation measurements has arrived in Japan where it will launch aboard NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission.
NASA’s Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM) has been selected to test an advanced form of thermal insulation, called integrated multi-layer insulation (IMLI) that could become standard on future satellites and cryogenic subsystems. Validating this new insulation in space will help NASA build the technology required for long human spaceflight missions. Under a subcontract from Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., Quest Thermal Group LLC will manufacture the new insulation that will fly aboard the 2015 GPIM mission.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics Microwave Solutions launches its new VPX product line, which includes three products: Modular Quad IF Up and Down Converter, Modular Direct Synthesizer and the Modular Seven Channel Indirect Synthesizer.
The Business Development Board of Martin County announced the selection of Coaxial Components Corp. as the 2013 Global Exporter of the Year at a recognition luncheon held on Friday, September 20th, 2013. The award recognizes the company’s growth in the international marketplace, with emphasis on its expansion into the South American marketplace.
Molex Inc., a global electronics components company, announced that it has completed the acquisition of FCT Electronics Group, based in Munich, Germany. FCT Electronics Group specializes in designing and manufacturing custom mixed-layout connectors and cable assemblies. This strategic acquisition is expected to expand the presence of Molex solutions in the global medical electronics, industrial, telecom and aerospace industries.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics announced a series of enhancements to its popular MTR Series of 30 watt, high reliability dc-dc converters. According to Ed Fuhr, vice president of power solutions, “the MTR Series was enhanced to provide broader compliance to industry standards and in support of more application requirements of its global users.”
South Korea's Kompsat-5 Earth observation satellite was successfully launched from the Dombarovsky Launch Site, Yasny, Russia. Thales Alenia Space developed the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) payload system under contract to the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI).
e2v aerospace and defense announced that it has completed full qualification of a family of re-engineered 8-bit microcontrollers incorporating the 80C51 CPU architecture. These products have been fully re-engineered and manufactured on a mainstream CMOS process, and are compliant to Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Standard Microcircuit Drawings (SMDs). These microcontrollers serve as drop-in replacements for a variety of 80C51 architecture devices from original suppliers such as AMD, Atmel, Intel, NXP and Philips, and are widely used in military and aerospace applications.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics announced the introduction of a new, down-leaded version of its Interpoint MFP Series Point of Load (POL) converters. This new version, available in both flanged and non-flanged packages, is a single output 16 watt dc-dc converter providing output voltages from 0.64 to 3.5 V from a source voltage of 3 to 6 V with up to 90 percent efficiency.