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System designed for forces in GPS denied environments

System designed for forces in GPS denied environments
  Forces that are operating in the urban, indoor or underground operations face real challenges to effective command and control and Situational Awareness (SA) due to three-dimensional positioning of forces, limited line of sight and physical partitions. 
7th September 2017

Mission Support System adaptable for all platform types

Mission Support System adaptable for all platform types
One system for the entire mission - that’s Inzpire’s vision for users of its GECO Mission Support System (MSS). GECO MSS does just this - seamlessly supporting planning, rehearsal, briefing, airborne and debriefing phases of the mission. GECO MSS recently achieved Final Operational Capability with its launch customer, the UK Joint Helicopter Command’s (JHC) Puma Force. Inzpire will be demonstrating GECO MSS at DSEI 2017.
7th September 2017

Calibration-free electronic warfare system launched

Calibration-free electronic warfare system launched
  Chemring Technology Solutions will launch a major capability upgrade of its RESOLVE Electronic Warfare (EW) system at DSEI 2017, exploiting its wideband sensor collection capability to deliver automatic target geo-location in mounted operations, alongside intelligence development tools.
5th September 2017


cMesh-networking radio for mission-critical applications

cMesh-networking radio for mission-critical applications
  The company that enables off-grid, long range mobile communications on regular smartphones regardless of cell service, WiFi, satellites, or base stations, goTenna is exhibiting its third product, the goTenna Pro at DSEI as the company prepares for imminent shipping to end-customers in Q4 2017.
1st September 2017

XMC module for wideband defence applications

XMC module for wideband defence applications
Designer and manufacturer of COTS and rugged DSP boards and system recorders for commercial, government and military systems, Pentek, has introduced the newest member of the Jade family of high-performance data converter XMC modules based on the Xilinx Kintex Ultrascale FPGA. The Model 71141 is a 6.4GHz dual channel analogue-to-digital and digital-to-analogue converter with programmable DDCs (digital downconverters) and DUCs (digital upconverters).
29th August 2017

Microwave power modules for radar will be introduced at DSEI

Microwave power modules for radar will be introduced at DSEI
  At DSEI 2017, on Stand S3-255, TMD Technologies (TMD), a West London based SME in the microwave and RF field, will be introducing two new TWT based Microwave Power Modules (MPMs): The PTX8110, 6-18GHz, 200W unit and the PTX8815, Ka band, 1,100W unit.
15th August 2017

Tactical communications offered to radios designed for combat troops

Tactical communications offered to radios designed for combat troops
  Bittium has expanded its tactical communications by offering a software defined radio based Bittium Tough SDR product family that includes Bittium Tough SDR Handheld, tactical handheld radio for individual soldiers, and Bittium Tough SDR Vehicular, tactical radio for vehicle installations.
9th August 2017

Better satellite communication is on its way

Better satellite communication is on its way
First Sensor Lewicki, part of the sensor specialist First Sensor, will be involved in the construction of one of the antennas for the German communication satellite Heinrich Hertz. A contract was signed on June 28th, 2017 by the DLR (German Aerospace Center), the contracting authority, and OHB System AG, thegeneral contractor, for the construction, testing and launch of the satellite. The multi-feed array antenna is related to the mission objective of a geostationary relay for low Earth orbit satellites (GeReLEO).
2nd August 2017

Exploration telepresence improves communication in space

Exploration telepresence improves communication in space
When Apollo astronauts on the Moon spoke with Mission Control on Earth, there was a noticeable time gap between a statement from Tranquility Base and its immediate acknowledgment from Houston. The gap lasted almost three seconds, or ten times longer than human reaction times would account for. What was happening? The answer is simple: space. The Moon orbits far enough from Earth that light (and radio) take 1.3 seconds each way to travel the distance.
23rd June 2017

Collaboration provides integrated systems for military applications

Collaboration provides integrated systems for military applications
  Building on a longstanding business relationship, Aitech Defense Systems and ADLINK have combined resources to integrate ADLINK’s newest Xeon-based 3U VPX blade into Aitech’s rugged subsystems.
14th June 2017


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