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Unmanned aircraft leverage PC/104, COM Express, and other small form factors

John McHale, Editorial Director

Unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) continue to shrink in size, as do their payloads, requiring system designers to leverage small-form-factor, embedded-computing standards like PC/104, COM Express, and others.

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Small UAS payloads pose SWaP and bandwidth challenges

Sally Cole Senior Editor

The payloads of military unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) continue to evolve - using smarter sensors and a smaller overall footprint - but must overcome size, weight, and power (SWaP) design hurdles, as well as slower-than-desirable sensor processing, lack of bandwidth in downlinks, and security challenges.

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High-performance connectivity for next-generation UAVs

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Even as high-data-rate copper-based connectivity is evolving, fiber-optic transmission is finding increased use. Creating location-independent architectures means that different subsystems must not be constrained by cabling distances. Optical fibers have the well-known advantages of long transmission distances independent of data rate, noise immunity, and small size/light weight.

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