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Mini-MRP solution improves reliability for Aerospace rack systems

Mini-MRP solution improves reliability for Aerospace rack systems
Molex, LLC has introduced its Mini-MRP (Modular Rack Principle) System, which improves reliability and reduces failure rates for modular rack systems in aerospace applications and other harsh-environment industries. Unique angled rear insulators eliminate the ingress of dew and water, significantly reducing short circuits, while also simplifying access and delivering the smallest possible PCB footprint.
11th May 2016

Enhancing turnkey or custom designs

Enhancing turnkey or custom designs
Offering reduced size and weight using high permittivity, temperature stable materials, the new series of Directional Couplers from Knowles brand, DLI, are manufactured using DLI’s precision Thin Film technology and offer an option for microwave systems in commercial, military and space applications.
20th April 2016

Embedded printing & colours bought to ultra thin AeroGlass Mirrors

Embedded printing & colours bought to ultra thin AeroGlass Mirrors
AviationGlass & Technology has announced that it is enabling greater personalisation and branding opportunities in aircraft interiors by offering highly advanced printing and the option to apply different colours to its AeroGlassMirrors. The company has developed a unique, multi-colour printing technique that digitally embeds and seals both text and images inside its already highly resistant, laminated AeroGlass Mirror.
15th April 2016


Bats inspire unique design for micro air vehicles

Bats inspire unique design for micro air vehicles
Researchers from the University of Southampton have designed innovative membrane wings which have been inspired by the flight of bats. This could potentialy open the door for next-gen Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs) that offer improved aerodynamic properties, can fly over longer distances and are more economical to run.
18th February 2016

Establishing a common architecture for radar systems

Establishing a common architecture for radar systems
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lincoln Laboratory (MIT LL) has selected the Scalable Planar ARray (SPAR) Tile technology, from M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings, for use in a test bed for the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Arrays at the Commercial Timescale (ACT) programme.
23rd November 2015


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