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Cybersecurity Update
Lockheed Martin continues fighting cybercrime for DoD

Sally Cole Senior Editor

A recently won $347 million contract enables Lockheed Martin to continue overseeing the world's largest accredited digital forensics lab for five more years, as the company continues its role as the prime contractor for the Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3). Operating under the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, DC3's scope encompasses the entire DoD, providing operations, management, and mission support to more than 10 agencies, including the Department of Homeland…

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Mil Tech Trends
RF and microwave technology enabling multimission unmanned systems

Mariana Iriarte, Technology Editor

The different roles that unmanned aerial systems (UASs) play - whether used for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), search-and-rescue missions, or photography - are prompting engineers to design more RF and microwave content into these systems to meet all the Department of Defense (DoD) as well as civilian requirements.

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Taking the complexity out of PCI Express configuration to optimize HPEC system design

Aaron Frank Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

Performance is all about eliminating bottlenecks to minimize latency and maximize throughput. Today's high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) systems integrate powerful processing subsystems, each of which might be a fully functional processing node needing to share data with other processing nodes. To maximize overall system performance requires the fastest, most efficient processor-to-processor data paths. With VPX, embedded systems moved away from the VMEbus shared parallel bus model.

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The commonality of COTS solutions for UUVs and UAVs

Mike Southworth Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

Some time ago, when designers started thinking about unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV) applications, concerns were raised that the undersea environment might be so different or exotic that standard solutions would need to be significantly modified. To the surprise of many, however, it was found that there is significant commonality between unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and UUV environments. There are, to be sure, unique aspects to each type of platform, but in general, standard rugged military…

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Electronic warfare and FPGAs: The need for speed

Charlotte Adams Abaco Systems

Electronic warfare (EW), the use of the electromagnetic spectrum to foil enemy forces and protect friendly ones, is perhaps the most time-sensitive of all the weapons in the military arsenal: a matter of nanoseconds could make the difference between life and death. That's why latency is so critical to EW processing systems. If a radar-guided missile is heading for your aircraft at Mach 5, the aircraft's radar jammer had better be quick - quick to…

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Embedded Tech Trends 2017 wrap-up

Jerry Gipper Editorial Director

In January, Embedded Tech Trends 2017 was held at the wonderful Bourbon Orleans Hotel in the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter. Bordered by Bourbon Street to the west with Jackson Square and the mighty Mississippi River to the east, the attendees had easy access to the sights and sounds of the true essence of New Orleans (NOLA).

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