Rosetta, a space probe from ESA successfully deployed the Philae lander on the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, with leading European companies including HUBER+SUHNER, e2v and Terma contributing to the success.
e2v, the high-reliability semiconductor provider, has announced the latest in a long line of high performance BDCs for military applications. Focusing on high reliability and performance, the BDCs are based on a high speed, single core architecture, bringing critical benefits to military systems.
e2v inc will exclusively market and sell ApisSys BBSP products in the USA, enabling e2v to expand its product offering in the USA, providing flexible, off the shelf digital RF signal processing solutions that customers can configure to their specific requirements.
At DSEI 2013, e2v, the innovative solutions provider, will be introducing a new range of ultra wideband (2-18GHz) Microwave Power Modules (MPMs). Suitable for use in Electronic Warfare (EW), data links and radar and communications systems, the MPMs feature market-leading size, weight and power (SWaP) characteristics and are not covered by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
e2v, the innovative solutions provider, will be showcasing its new RF Safe-Stop™ technology, with the ability to stop vehicle engines at a distance of up to 50m, at DSEI 2013, ExCeL London between 10-13th September.
e2v aerospace and defense announced that it has completed full qualification of a family of re-engineered 8-bit microcontrollers incorporating the 80C51 CPU architecture. These products have been fully re-engineered and manufactured on a mainstream CMOS process, and are compliant to Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Standard Microcircuit Drawings (SMDs). These microcontrollers serve as drop-in replacements for a variety of 80C51 architecture devices from original suppliers such as AMD, Atmel, Intel, NXP and Philips, and are widely used in military and aerospace applications.