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Northrop Grumman Gets Go-ahead for US Navy EW Upgrade

The US Navy has approved Northrop Grumman Corp.’s AN/SLQ-32(V) Electronic Surveillance Enhancement (ESE) for low rate initial production. John Young, assistant secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, gave the “go-ahead” after ESE met or exceeded all test objectives during its operational assessment. Under a $14.9...
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Lockheed Martin System Used to Control Oceanic Air Traffic

Air traffic controllers in New York today are using the Federal Aviation Administration’s new system to manage oceanic air traffic. Designed and integrated by Lockheed Martin, the Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP) system safely increases the capacity of international air routes and automates the manual tracking processes used...
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Raytheon Awarded $580 M Contract for APG-79 AESA Radar

Raytheon Co.’s latest netcentric enabled radar system, APG-79 AESA, has been awarded a significant multi-year contract worth $580 M by the Boeing Co. This five-year production contract for the Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) APG-79 system successfully concludes negotiations for 190 radars from low rate initial production lot 3...
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Two’s Company for Alcatel and Finmeccanica

Representing an opportunity for growth, Alcatel and Finmeccanica have announced the successful creation of two new joint ventures — Alcatel Alenia Space and Telespazio Holding. Their common objectives will be to consolidate leadership in telecommunication satellite systems and services, to acquire a strong position in the most important European...
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IEE Means Business in China

The IEE, the largest professional engineering society in Europe, is driving to win members and provide services to Chinese engineers, spearheaded by the opening of a new office in Beijing. As manufacturing booms in China, there is increasing demand among engineers for access to knowledge and internationally recognised professional...
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DMB Comes Up to Standard in Europe

The European Telecommunications Standard Institute (ETSI) has approved the Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) standards for the delivery of multimedia content and services on the move, paving the way for a new era in broadcasting and telecommunications. As the strong synergies between mobile and broadcast technologies develop, the telecom and...
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Indra Develops Emergency Services for Satellite System

The Galileo Joint Undertaking, the company created to develop the Galileo satellite system, has awarded Indra the contract to develop stations for receiving and processing emergency signals for search and rescue services. The Spanish company will work in conjunction with an international consortium of seven European companies. It will...
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Focused Wave Technology Secures US Patent

The Focused Wave Technology Venture Group has obtained US Patent 6,914,588 issued July 5, 2005. The patent enables the manufacture of antennas with a smaller size than conventional types. FWT antenna technology offers many designs and operating frequencies to commercial as well as government users, with significant size and...
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