RFMW Ltd. and XSYSTOR Inc. have announced a distribution agreement effective September 1, 2015. XSYSTOR Inc. provides universal sequencers, controllers and fast switches to support implementation of Gallium Nitride (GaN) transistors in the latest generation RF and Microwave power amplifiers. RFMW Ltd. is a specialized distributor providing customers and suppliers with focused distribution of RF and microwave components as well as specialized component-engineering support.
Infineon Technologies AG, a leading provider of hardware-based security for cellular M2M communications, announced its new SLM 97 and SLI 97 security controller families. The new products stand out with unique features required for M2M communication in industrial as well as automotive applications such as emergency call (eCall) and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication.
General Dynamics C4 Systems received the first production order from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for new software-defined, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) CM-300/350 UHF and VHF air traffic control (ATC) radios, related accessories and training materials. The $25 million order will begin a new chapter in ground-to-air communications as the next-generation radios deliver crisp, clear communication between pilots and air traffic controllers.
Harris Corp., has received authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin work on the seven-year, $150 million Data Communications Network Services (DCNS) element of its Data Communications Integrated Services (DCIS) program. DCNS will help to transition U.S. air traffic control from primarily analog voice communications to digital data connectivity — significantly increasing the efficiency and safety of the nation's air traffic control system.
Denver International Airport (DEN), CO, and Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL), MO, airports will use the ITT Exelis vehicle movement area transmitter (VMAT) solution to enhance airport surface safety and efficiency.
Lake Shore is now taking orders for immediate shipment for a new 4-channel option card for its Model 336 and Model 350 temperature controllers. These best-selling models are used in low-temperature physics research in university and commercial labs around the world. The new, inexpensive card increases the utility of the Model 336 and Model 350 controllers by doubling the number of inputs.