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Drone Detection Software
Citadel Defense (San Diego, CA) has pushed a new AI and machine
learning software release to Titan systems deployed across thirteen
countries. Citadel's AI and machine learning software has evolved over
27 months of successful deployments across multiple combat commands and hundreds of unique environments. Citadel can quickly
and cost-effectively extend protection against emerging foreign-built
drones, like those used in recent attacks on Armenia and the Middle East, that evade legacy
counter drone systems. Citadel's radio frequency sensors bring advanced AI and machine learning detection performance to integrated layered counter drone solutions. The system's open architecture allows for quick integration with other sensors, offering a suite of options that match
any mission need or configuration.
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MIL-SPEC-Qualified Connector Covers
TE Connectivity (TE) (Harrisburg, PA) introduced its new DEUTSCH
38999 series IV metal protective connector covers. TE's metal protective
connector covers are designed to help protect connectors in their unmated condition from debris and fluids like rain, sand, jet fuels, hydraulic fluids, dust and other substances. Available in five plating configurations and eight shell sizes, these covers offer a rugged, lightweight way of creating
environmentally sealed conditions for the connector. TE's DEUTSCH 38999 series IV metal protective connector covers are qualified to MIL-DTL-38999 Series IV, D38999/51 and D38999/52
slash sheets. They are designed for military and commercial avionics systems, ground vehicles,
radar systems and missile launch platforms, among other applications.
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Two-Slot 6U VPX
Rackmount Chassis
VadaTech (Henderson, NV) recently announced the VTX995, a
dual slot 6U VPX chassis
supporting up to two conduction cooled 6U VPX modules. The
chassis accepts both front and Rear
Transition Modules (RTM). The chassis
CPU will monitor and maintain temperature at the VPX module wedge, as set by
the user, allowing testing of conduction
cooled modules in a standard development
environment without use of a thermal
chamber. The chassis has provision to mount
to a 19 " rack. The VTX995 Universal AC
power supply provides 400W to the chassis.
The chassis supplies all the necessary power
(+12V, -12V, +5V, etc.) to the module and
RTM in accordance with VITA 46 specifications and has a battery pack included to
provide VBAT. The chassis is cooled by variable speed fans controlled by an on-board
CPU, keeping each wedgelock at the user
defined temperature.
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SOSA Aligned Backplanes
As The Open Group® Sensor Open Standards Architecture™ (SOSA™)
initiative continues to move towards completion, Elma Electronic Inc.
(Fremont, CA) has added two 3U backplanes to its growing family of
products aligned to Snapshot 3 of the SOSA Technical Standard. Available populated with or without VITA 67.3 connectors for timing and
RF connectivity, the 6-slot and 8-slot backplanes provide the foundation for complex, high speed signal processing systems. The backplanes incorporate the latest
for precision network timing plus slot profiles for SBCs, switches, radial clocks and expansion.
All data paths support high-speed signals. Either used as configured or customized to meet specific system needs, the SOSA aligned backplanes enable a wide range of slot counts and connection configurations and follow the DoD's convergence initiative as laid out in the Modular
Opens Systems Approach (MOSA) mandate.
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High-Performance FPGA
Microchip Technology (Chandler, AZ) announced that its RTG4
Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) family is the first in a Ceramic
Quad Flat Pack (CQFP) option to achieve qualification to the industry's
Qualified Manufacturers List (QML). Microchip's CQFP package with
352 pins for RTG4 FPGAs simplifies system design in applications
ranging from satellites and space probes to planet landers and vehicles. RTG4 FPGAs give space systems high-speed signal-processing capabilities and leverage reprogrammable flash memory to provide greater immunity to configuration Single Event Upsets (SEUs) while consuming 40 to 50 percent less power than static random access memory (SRAM) FPGAs. RTG4 FPGAs feature 150,000
logic elements (LEs), 462 multipliers and 5.2 megabits (Mb) of memory.
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8-Channel Universal Thermocouple Amplifier
Harold G. Schaevitz Industries LLC (HGSI) (Bloomfield Hills, MI) has expanded its sensor products by offering a new 8-Channel Universal Thermocouple Amplifier Signal Conditioner Module with both digital and analog
outputs. Made in the USA, this compact, lightweight 8-channel universal
thermocouple amplifier module supports thermocouple types J, K, T, E, N, R,
S and B, and is suitable for most temperature measurement applications. With
user programable minimum & maximum temperature spans, this amplifier is designed for simple
integration to aftermarket ECUs, data loggers, or other electronic devices, requiring a linear 0 to 5
VDC input. Features include: 8 independent 0 to 5 VDC analog outputs; digital interfaces for USB,
CAN, and RS232; internal cold junction compensation; and downloadable programming software.
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