Aerospace and Defense Channel

Teledyne e2v Announces Most Advanced Quad-Channel ADC

Teledyne e2v has released its most advanced analog-to-digital converter (ADC) — the EV12AQ600. This new ADC can operate as a single-, dual- or quad-channel device and includes a radiation-tolerant version, making it the first quad-channel ADC suitable for space applications.


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Establishing Freedom of Action will Propel Electronic Warfare Market Opportunities

Operational requirements to establish freedom of action in contested and congested environments, as well as being able to counter modern agile radar and communications will drive opportunities for the Electronic Warfare (EW) market. The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report forecasts the global EW market will grow to $20.0 billion by 2027.


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Micro Harmonics Introduces 58-64 GHz Circulator, Extends Isolators to 325 GHz

Micro Harmonics, a small business specializing in ferrite-based millimeter wave components, announced the availability of its initial circulator product, the YC148, covering 58 to 64 GHz. The company is also extending its line of Faraday rotation isolators from WR12 (60 to 90 GHz) to WR3.4 (220 to 325 GHz). Prototypes of WR5.1, WR4.3 and WR3.4 designs are being evaluated and will be released by summer.


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Raytheon Awarded $136M for AMDR Production, Funding Fourth Ship Set

Raytheon was awarded a $136 million production contract for the AN/SPY-6(V)1 Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR), the U.S. Navy’s next-generation integrated air and missile defense radar. The award is an option under the current low rate initial production contract and will fund the fourth “ship set” of radar mission equipment.


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