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New Products
Tactical sUAS
System
XTEND (Tel Aviv,
Israel) - specialists in
human-guided autonomous
drone operating
systems for military forces
and law enforcement agencies - is launching
the second generation of its indoor tactical
sUAS system - the XTENDER. The micro-tactical
ISR platform, with built-in resilient indoor-outdoor
navigation and AI capabilities, enables
remote completion of missions. Powered by
" Skylord " , XTEND's human-centric operating
system, the XTENDER features complete localization
and situational awareness, using virtual
and augmented reality (VR/AR) technologies,
coupled with advanced AI and machine learning
flight algorithms, bringing the metaverse
to the modern battlefield. Using patented
Drone-Teaming and Mark & Fly technologies,
both integrated into the operating system, the
new generation of the XTENDER enables multiple
drones to enter a remote target site carrying
various payloads, perform the required
tasks with extreme precision, and seamlessly
exit, regardless of any indoor-outdoor transition
limitations or GNSS-denied locations.
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3U VPX Processor Board
VadaTech (Henderson, NV) announced the VPX703, a 3U VPX module
based on the Freescale QorIQ T4241 or T4161 with dual GbE and PCI ×8
to the backplane. The module provides 64 GB of on-board flash and
up to 12 GB DDR3. Standard I/O such as SATA, USB, GPIO, RS232,
etc. are routed to the P1 connector. Dual redundant (four channel)
MIL-STD-1553A/B is provided via the P2 connector, based on
the Data Device Corporation (DDC) DC BU-65863I8. The VPX703 is
available in air- or conduction-cooled formats up to CC4/C3/V3/OS2 per
ANSI/VITA 47.
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Hybrid Gigabit Ethernet Switch
The ComEth4412a from Interface Concept (Quimper, France)
is a hybrid managed switch combining PCIe Gen3 (8GT/s) and
10/40 Gbs Ethernet technologies. It has been developed in alignment
with the SOSATM (Sensor Open Systems Architecture) technical standard.
The ComEth4412a Expansion/Data Plane PCIe lanes are generated
by a high-performance non-blocking switch delivering up to 512GT/s of
switching capacity, managing port bifurcating from ×1 to ×14, and offering 2
Non-Transparent Bridges (NTBs). The ComEth4412a Control Plane is based on
the same technology as the ComEth4050e & ComEth4070e range using Marvell's highly integrated
System-on-Chip (SoC) with programmable packet processors. The SoC delivers a combination
of 1, 10 & 40 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces to the board. The ComEth4412a is compliant
with the VITA 46.11 Chassis Management specification and includes an IPMI controller chip.
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OpenVPX Computers
Two new rugged computers from Abaco Systems (Huntsville,
AL) feature the recently introduced Intel® Xeon® D-2700 processor
delivering powerful 100Gb Ethernet (100GbE) capability. The
HPC2812 6U VPX high-performance computer (HPC) and the
SBC3612D VPX single board computer (SBC) are Abaco's first 100
GbE computationally intensive 6U and 3U SOSA-aligned boards.
The HPC2812 and SBC3612D plug-in cards (PIC) include the
Xeon® D-2700 processor (formerly known as Ice Lake). The 6U HPC2812 multiprocessor PIC
is designed with dual (20 cores per node) Xeon D 2700 CPUs, per node 100 GbE with RDMA
data plane and dual PCIe Gen4 expansion planes (P2 and P5). The computer also includes 128
GB DDR4 memory per node. The 3U SBC3612D compute intensive PIC (plug-in card) offers a
16-core Xeon D-2700 CPU, 100 GbE with RDMA data plane and PCIe Gen4 expansion plane
(×8 or ×16 widths).
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Quarter-Brick, Non-Isolated DC/DC Converter
Flex Power Modules (San Jose, CA) has introduced the BMR350
quarter-brick, non-isolated DC/DC converter rated at 860W continuous
and 1200W peak power, suitable as an intermediate bus
converter for powering processors and ASICs with peak power
demands. The product features an input of 40-60V (80V/100 ms)
and a fully regulated output of 12V at 100A maximum, adjustable
from 8V to 13.2V. An innovative transformer-coupled, non-isolated
topology reduces component count and current stress and yields an efficiency
level peaking at > 97.8% at half load 48V input voltage. Derating for the BMR350 is characterized
by the innovative Flex Power Modules 3D thermal data graphs which specify available
output power for given real-world pin and baseplate temperatures up to 100°C, with the user's
airflow rate. This enables maximum power to be extracted without stress to the converter.
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Right-Angle RF Adapters
Pasternack (Irvine, CA), an Infinite Electronics brand, has
expanded its line of high frequency, 1.85mm, right angle RF
adapters. The devices are used in the military and commercial
markets for satcom, wireless communications, test labs, R&D,
and many other space-limited applications. Pasternack's new
1.85 mm right-angle adapters are precision manufactured to
industry specifications and feature a maximum operating frequency
of 67 GHz. They exhibit low VSWR of 1.35 (max) and provide mode-free operation up
to 67 GHz. Also, these 50-ohm adapters feature stainless-steel construction for repeatability
and reliability. The company also stocks a wide range of other right-angle adapters, including
2.4 mm, 2.92 mm, 3.5 mm, 4.3-10, 7/16 DIN, SMA, TNC, and Type-N.
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