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EDI CON China and China Radar Industry Assoc. exhibition to co-locate

Adding aerospace & defense radar topics

EDI CON China is pleased to announce that the China Radar Industry Association exhibition and conference, in partnership with the CCPIT Commercial Sub-council, will be co-located on the 4th floor of the China National Convention Center (CNCC) taking place April 19-21, 2016 in Beijing. This co-location adds two full days of radar seminars taking place on the second and third day of EDI CON China and expands the exhibition.


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Anaren awarded $7M contract for advanced beam forming technology by Airbus

Anaren Inc. announced it has received a $7 million contract award from Airbus Defence and Space for an advanced beam forming assembly to be deployed on the Eutelsat Quantum Satellite program, which Airbus Defence and Space is developing for Eutelsat, as part of a Public-Private funded partnership with the European Space Agency. 


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Airbus Defense and Space displays Counter-UAV system at Consumer Electronics show

Airbus Defense and Space Inc. has developed a Counter-UAV System which detects illicit intrusions of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) over critical areas at long ranges and offers electronic countermeasures minimizing the risk of collateral damage. The system is on display through January 9 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada in Tech South Hall 2, booth No. 25500.


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New Meteosat antenna tested in Hertz chamber

An innovative antenna assembly destined to serve Europe’s coming generation of weather satellites has been put to the test within ESA’s cavernous Hertz chamber, which can reproduce the boundless reaches of space. Developed by Thales Alenia Space Italy, the UHF and L-band combination patch-array antenna has been designed to operate aboard Meteosat Third Generation Imaging satellites.


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ALMA reveals planetary construction sites

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have found the clearest indications yet that planets with masses several times that of Jupiter have recently formed in the discs of gas and dust around four young stars. Measurements of the gas around the stars also provide additional clues about the properties of those planets.


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