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New Products
Rugged Conductive Cooled Computer
MPL (Dättwil, Switzerland) designed a
new conductive cooled Xeon E-2276ME
& i7-9850HE CPU system with integrated
NVIDIA RTX 5000 GPU cards with 3072
CUDA Cores. The total solution requires
no fan and can be operated in an environment
from -20°C to +55°C. In addition to the GPU card, the system
comes with additional features like: Up to 128 GB ECCDDR4;
GigE ports; CAN ports; isolated serial ports; isolated digital IOs; dual
HD-SDI; dual DVI; 12-32 VDC input according to MIL-STD-1275D;
all packaged in an IP67 conductive cooled housing. The D38999 MIL
connectors are soldered on special MPL designed rigid-flex PCBs.
Particular attention has been paid to ensuring the entire system EMC
is within the MIL-STD-461 standards and MIL-STD-810 can be met.
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12-Slot, 3U Backplane
Elma Electronic (Fremont, CA) has
released a new 3U 12-slot backplane that
aligns with The Open Group Sensor Open
Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) Technical
Standard 1.0. The backplane is an update
to Elma's original CMOSS reference backplane supporting the U.S.
Army's latest open-standards requirements. The new 3U OpenVPX
backplane offers a mix of plug-in card (PIC) slots that enable complex,
high-speed signal processing and system development, supporting up
to 100 Gigabit Ethernet. The SOSA aligned backplane supports highspeed
signals on all the data paths as well as incorporates leading-edge
VITA 67.3 connectors compatible with legacy VITA 67.1 and VITA
66.4 RF and optical I/O connectors. The backplane features precision
network timing (PNT) plus the integration of mixed payload modules
including SBCs, switches, radial clocks and system expansion.
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Industrial Robot Firmware
Mecademic (Montreal, Canada) has released firmware
version 8.4 for its Meca500 industrial robotic
arm. Mecademic's firmware releases are provided
free of charge, along with complimentary technical
support. Although rotating Joint 6 beyond the
±180° has always been possible with the Meca500
R3, it was limited to joint-move-commands. With
this new firmware, both point-to-point and linear
commands can now be used outside of this limit.
Apart from the benefit of no longer being limited in Cartesian space
and requiring switching to Joint commands, new applications are
now easier to implement directly with the Meca500. Users can now
redefine the software limits of individual joints. The robot will not
be able to move outside these limits. It will also generate an error if
it starts from a position outside of the specified limits.
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OpenVPX Avionics Modules
Mercury Systems, Inc. (Andover, MA)
announced the new FIOVU-2180 and
CIO10-2080 6U OpenVPX™ avionics
modules, the first safety-certifiable multicore
modules to incorporate the latest
Intel® Xeon® D-1700 processors (former
code name Ice Lake D). The new modules feature
BuiltSAFE proven, modular, commercial-off-the-shelf
(COTS) elements complete with hardware and software DO-254 and
DO-178 artifacts. In addition to Intel Xeon D-1700 processors, the
new modules also feature dual Xilinx Virtex® UltraScale+™ XCVU9P
FPGAs to support real-time algorithms; dynamically reconfigurable
FPGA framework to simplify and speed FPGA programming; PCIe
3.0 interconnects and integrated 40Gb/S Ethernet to accelerate
high-bandwidth applications; and board support packages for Wind
River VxWorks™ to achieve FAA CAST-32A objectives.
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Ka-Band COTM Phased-Array
Satellite Antenna
ThinKom Solutions, Inc., (Hawthorne,
CA) recently unveiled a new
Ka-band phased-array satellite antenna
for communications-on-the-move
(COTM) applications. The new ThinSat®
Ka500, based on ThinKom's VICTS (Variable Inclination Continuous
Transverse Stub) technology, is a " turnkey " terminal that
enables quick connection to existing and new Ka-band networks being
deployed using satellites in geostationary (GSO) and non-geostationary
(NGSO) orbits. It has the beam agility to track NGSO satellites as
they move rapidly across the sky, as well as switch seamlessly between
satellites. This new Ka-band antenna meets the Army's Capability
Sets 25 and 27 (CS25 and CS27) and fully supports the DOD JADC2
requirements for military wheeled and tracked vehicles.
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Rad-Tolerant Network Attached Storage
(NAS)
Aitech Systems (Chatsworth, CA) has
released the new S999 Aitech solid state drive
(ASSD™), a 2.5-inch solid state drive (SSD)
with a raw storage capacity of 999,936,425,984
bytes, for high-performance spacecraft data
processing or distributed computing systems
in satellites and human-rated platforms. The unit can be paired with
Aitech's S-A1760 Venus™, GPGPU AI supercomputer rated for space
flight and small satellite constellations. This COTS-based system is validated
for use in short duration and LEO/NEO environments through
the Series 300 level ruggedization standard that identifies the rad-tolerant
needs of space components and systems not used in deep space
or long-haul applications. The S999 can also be certified to FIPS 140-2
or 140-3 requirements as an optional effort.
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Instrument System
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS)
(Norwood, MA) has introduced the iQx™
instrument system - a device that measures
air temperature and velocity, surface temperature,
air pressure drop, and humidity.
Measurements can be made concurrently or
individually. The iQx™ system is equipped with input ports for up to
eight air temperature/velocity sensors, four J-type thermocouples, two
pressure sensors and one humidity sensor. These can be positioned in
different locations within a system under test, such as an electronic
enclosure. ATS provides all but the temperature/velocity sensors with
the iQx. The iQx™ requires a PC/laptop with iSTAGE-X™ operating
software to operate, record measurements, and present data. The system
comes with the iSTAGE-X™ operating software.
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Multi-Band 5G Transceiver
Anokiwave, Inc. (Boston, MA) has introduced
the industry's first single-chip dual
channel IF up/down converter with fully
integrated LO synthesizer, delivering a single-chip
multi-band solution that enables
network operators to design smaller, lower
cost, higher performance 5G radios across
the entire 3GPP frequency range. The new AWMF-0224 is a half-duplex
mmW to IF transceiver covering multiple 5G bands between 24
GHz to 30 GHz, and first in the family of the 5G IF transceivers. It
integrates the entire mmW to IF signal chain for 5G radios, including
dual up/down converters, driver amplifiers, multipliers, and LO synthesizer
into a single silicon IC, without compromising performance.
The AWMF-0224 IF Transceiver used in conjunction with Anokiwave's
recently released AWMF-0221, 4th generation beamformer IC, allows
OEMs to build entire mmW 5G radio front ends with two (2) IC types.
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