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Harris awarded $150M contract for FAA's nextgen data communications program

Harris Corp., has received authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin work on the seven-year, $150 million Data Communications Network Services (DCNS) element of its Data Communications Integrated Services (DCIS) program. DCNS will help to transition U.S. air traffic control from primarily analog voice communications to digital data connectivity — significantly increasing the efficiency and safety of the nation's air traffic control system.


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Comtech receives $1.4M for solid-state power amplifiers for military applications

Comtech Telecommunications Corp.announced that its Santa Clara, CA-based subsidiary, Comtech Xicom Technology Inc., has received an additional $1.4 million in orders to supply solid-state high-power amplifiers to a military integrator. The orders included X-band, C-Band and Ku-band SSPA products for use in highly mobile satellite communications (SATCOM) systems providing voice, data, video conferencing, internet and high resolution video connectivity for military forces deployed world-wide.


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AeroVironment and Alta Devices partner on solar powered unmanned systems

AeroVironment Inc. announced that a recent outdoor test flight of a solar-powered prototype version of the company’s proven Puma AE™ small unmanned aircraft system (UAS), operating with the company’s newest long-endurance battery, lasted 9 hours, 11 minutes – significantly longer than the flight endurance of small UAS being used in the field today. AeroVironment is working with Alta Devices, a Sunnyvale, CA company that provides flexible, portable power that can be embedded into any other material, in the development of the solar Puma AE.


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