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Putting VPX and OpenVPX
to Work Handbook
Recording Systems Handbook
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Fabrics Improve System Design
Software Defined Radio
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Using Signal Recorder Technology in Unmanned Military VehiclesAerospace & Defense Technology interviews Rodger Hosking, Vice President, Pentek
Real-time recorders can capture wideband signals from radar and communications receivers. These signals can yield vital information about which radars and radios are operational in the area, identify the type of enemy equipment, determine which countermeasure systems are operating, and decrypt encoded signals for content.
A&DT: Why is real-time recording of wideband RF signals a critical part of radar, signal intelligence, and electronic warfare systems for unmanned vehicles?
Hosking: Many unmanned vehicles are deployed for gathering information about certain regions of interest. Real-time recorders can capture wideband signals from radar and communications receivers as raw, digitized data that must be analyzed after the mission. These signals can yield vital information about which radars and radios are operational in the area, identify the type of enemy equipment, determine which countermeasure systems are operating, and decrypt encoded signals for content.
Pentek Introduces a New Sentinel Recorder for Military Signal Intelligence Applications
SOSA Consortium Members Pentek, Herrick Technology Laboratories and Kontron Teamed Up to Deliver C4ISR Demonstrator System
Pentek Inc., Herrick Technology Laboratories, Inc., and Kontron, have developed products aligned with the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standards that are used in a new 3U VPX demonstrator system designed to illustrate the capabilities of open systems architectures.
This 3U VPX system is ideal for electronic warfare (EW), SIGINT, radar, and communications applications. The flight-qualified chassis utilizes open architecture modules, from multiple suppliers, for a complete functional demonstration system.
Pentek Adds 3U VPX Software Radio Board with Backplane Optical & RF I/O to Jade FPGA Family
Pentek Adds Digital I/O Capability to Talon Extreme Rugged 1/2 ATR Recorder Family
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