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Link Microtek has invested in a state-of-the-art environmental test chamber at its premises in the centre of Basingstoke, UK. The new Design Environmental Alpha 335H test chamber also supports the company's design-and-build service for RF and microwave subsystems.
Cassidian and Rheinmetall have agreed to pursue Rheinmetall’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) activities together in a Joint Venture where Cassidian will hold 51 percent and Rheinmetall 49 percent of the shares.
Harris Corp. provided first-of-its kind integrated wideband networking capabilities that successfully connected dismounted soldiers to senior commanders within a Brigade Combat Team at the recent US Army Network Integration Evaluation.
Mercury Computer Systems Inc. of Chelmsford, MA, will pay $70 M to acquire a pair of companies that make electronic warfare and intelligence-gathering systems. Mercury is buying KOR Electronics Inc. of Cypress, CA, which makes digital radio and radar test gear, as well as Paragon Dynamics of Aurora, CO, which provides intelligence analysis and exploitation services.
The French defense ministry’s integrated structure for through-life support of aeronautical equipment (SIMMAD) has awarded Thales the contract to support its equipment on board the Rafale aircraft in service with the French Air Force and French Navy. Under the terms of the contract, Thales is responsible for supporting the Rafale’s phased array radar, electronic warfare system, avionics, optronics and communication systems.
Presents the current challenges in radar systems and provides insight into new technologies covering the latest developments.
Presents a microstrip structure for double controllable notched bands implementation in a UWB bandpass filter
X-COM Systems has developed the Wideband Acquisition Record and Playback (WARP) system that allows the entire frequency spectrum between 4 MHz and 6 GHz to be instantaneously captured and recorded for long periods without loss of a single event.