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New Start FY2003 FCT Projects Highlight Rest-of-the-World Electronics

New starts for America's Fiscal Year 2003 Foreign Comparative Testing (FCT) programme highlight a range of rest-of-the-world electronics, the key elements of which are as follows: • Anti-jam Global Positioning System (GPS) antenna A US Navy effort to evaluate a Raytheon Systems Ltd. (UK) developed shipboard anti-jam GPS antenna....
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lSEVIRI to Help Nowcasting Meteorology

Successfully launched aboard the European Space Agency/European Meteorological Satellite's (EUMETSAT) Meteosat Second Generation (MSG)-1 satellite on 28 August 2002, the Astrium-sourced Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infra-Red Imager (SEVIRI) payload is set to radically upgrade the accuracy of nowcasting short-term weather forecasting for Europe, Africa and the Atlantic and Indian...
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Korea Selects BAE Systems RWR

South Korea has selected BAE Systems North America's Threat Warning and Defensive Systems business unit (Yonkers, NY) to supply it with 42 AN/ALR-56C(V)1 radar warning receivers (RWR) for use on the country's F-15K combat aircraft. Specifically configured for the F-15K, the ALR-56C(V)1 deal is valued at approximately US$58 M...
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Bluetooth is Steadily Gaining Market

In the midst of the technology downturn, Bluetooth is steadily gaining market traction - evidenced by steady market growth in 2002 - and proving the skeptics wrong. Allied Business Intelligence (ABI) projects Bluetooth chipset shipments to increase to 33.8 M in 2002, up from 11.2 M in 2001. In...
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Kopin Harness Nanotechnology to Achieve Breakthrough in Solid-state Lighting

Kopin Corp. for the first time has harnessed nanotechnology to produce light-emitting diodes (LED), yielding blue LEDs that are smaller than a grain of sand but are ultra efficient solid-state light sources. The technical breakthrough is revealed and published in the July 29 edition of the prestigious Applied Physical...
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New Automotive Wireless Networks Study

By way of Chrysler's Uconnect system, 2002 will mark the introduction of an automotive OEM (original equipment manufacturer) Bluetooth offering. However, the question remains: what lies ahead for Bluetooth in automotive and what role is 802-11 expected to take? Bluetooth's largest automotive driver is the technology's proliferation into mobile...
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Harris Corp. Selected for Phase 1 of US Army's WIN-T Program

Harris Corp. announced that it anticipates the award of a major subcontract from Lockheed Martin Mission Systems, Gaithersburg, MD, for the design and test of the wireless transmission system architecture as part of the three-year competitive down-select for Phase One of the US Army's Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) program....
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