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How to customize COTS test systems to application-specific data-acquisition solutions.(OPINION)
May 1, 2011 ... By definition, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) modular instruments, such as VME, PXI, VXI, CompactPCI, and PCI, at one time created automated test and measurement systems as general-purpose, programmable, and flexible systems sufficient to...

Increased situational awareness demands drive avionics display development.(PRODUCT intelligence)
May 1, 2011 ... Avionics display designers say the increased situational awareness data available to pilots is driving avionics display configurations, while avionics designers are calling for smaller display designs in military and commercial avionics retrofit...

EW & SIGINT signal processing: opinion is divided among EW and SIGINT systems designers on the best ways to do digital signal processing.(SPECIAL REPORT)(Cover story)
May 1, 2011 ... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The problem of signal processing for electronic warfare and signals intelligence applications revolves around the chain of events involved in transforming raw RF signals at an antenna into useful information with which...

Rugged connector for metal-clad cables introduced by ITT.(CONNECTORS)
May 1, 2011 ... ITT Interconnect Solutions in Santa Ana, Calif., is releasing a permanent downhole gauge, rugged connector for hazardous-environment applications. Designed to operate at the maximum limits of metal-clad cables, the permanent downhole gauge...

Shipboard high-energy laser weapon takes out small target vessel during Navy tests.
May 1, 2011 ... U.S. Navy researchers at San Nicholas Island, Calif., have demonstrated the potential value of high-energy laser technology for defending ships at sea from threats, such as cruise missiles, manned and unmanned aircraft, and swarming attack...