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Communications tests go the distance for MAVEN

It's not easy to simulate millions of miles electronically, but that's what engineers did recently as they tested the all-important communications system the MAVEN spacecraft will use to relay its study results from Mars orbit to Earth-bound researchers.


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GORE Spaceflight Microwave/RF Assemblies optimized for Ka-Band applications

W. L. Gore & Associates has introduced a new line of GORE® Spaceflight Microwave/RF Assemblies that have been optimized for Ka-Band uplink and downlink satellite applications. Gore will be featuring the new Type 5G Series assemblies at Space Passive Component Days, September 24-26, 2013, at ESA/ESTEC in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.


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Revolutionary EW technology to detect and counter emerging radar threats

On the modern battlefield, the use of electronic warfare (EW) is essential to deceiving and jamming enemy radar. As part of a program known as Adaptive Radar Countermeasures (ARC), BAE Systems will develop technology for a next-generation EW algorithm suite that will enable existing EW systems to operate against emerging radar threats, providing an essential capability to achieve air dominance. The company was awarded phases 1A and 1B of a three-phase, $34.9 million five-year effort.


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WIN-T Increment 2 achieves first successful combat patrol with on-the-move networking in Afghanistan

The first Brigade-level deployment of the General Dynamics-built Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2, the Soldier’s Network, is successfully supporting soldiers with the 4th Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (4/10) in Afghanistan. Their mission, supporting Afghan security forces, involves communications across dispersed forces in some of the most rugged, remote locations in Afghanistan.


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Modular Solutions Underpinned by Solid State Technologies Build Momentum behind GaN at DSEI 2013

From a radar and EW perspective, DSEI 2013 demonstrated the strides that solid state technologies, with GaN in particular, have made in terms of performance, reliability and cost to become established enabling technologies for next generation systems. By being able to combine these technologies in modular solutions, we may see faster development and deployment of systems, coupled with lower through life costs. What will be the future for military RF technologies?
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