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Shipboard electronics
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22 TECHNOLOGY FOCUS
Military microprocessors
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and defense systems harness the power
of innovative microprocessors.
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BY JOHN KELLER, EDI TOR I N CHIEF
trends
4 MARCH 2012 MILITARY & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS www.militaryaerospace.com
The incredible shrinking budget for
U.S. military technology research
The U.S. Department of Defense
(DOD) budget for research, develop-
ment, test, and evaluation (RDT&E)
is on a trajectory for a third straight
year of decline, with a fscal 2013 re-
quest for $69.65 billiondown near-
ly 14 percent from recent-year peak
spending of $80.92 billion in 2010.
Over the past seven budget cycles,
DOD research saw steady increases
from 2007 to 2010, but then nosed
over in a sharp decline. DOD re-
search spending fell to $76.13 billion
in 2011, to $72.84 billion this year,
and would drop further to a seven-
year low of $69.65 billion in fscal
2013, which begins next Oct. 1.
The Pentagons RDT&E budget is
the nations well spring of military
technology development. It is the
source of funding for enabling tech-
nologies that are key to a wide vari-
ety of new and emerging military
applications, ranging from advanced
avionics, network-centric warfare,
unmanned vehicles, ballistic missile
defense, to laser weapons, locating
improvised explosive devices (IEDs),
and strategic computing.
Cutting the military RDT&E bud-
get, as the Pentagon has been doing,
will force technology developers to
make some hard decisions, because
not all the research and development
initiatives begun over the past sever-
al years can remain high priorities.
At best, a continued downward
trend in U.S. military research
spending will provide incentive for
defense offcials to sharpen their
pencils, cut the dead wood, and re-
defne their highest military technol-
ogy priorities for the years to come,
based on promoting the most prom-
ising emerging technologies and
either abandoning or cutting back
on projects with low potential.
At worst, however, an ongoing
decline in military research spend-
ing threatens vital technology de-
velopment initiatives at a moment
in time when the U.S. military is in
transition from a Post-World War II
Cold-War footing to a very uncer-
tain future involving threats from
radical Islamic regimes in the Mid-
dle East, to economically dominant
China that is fexing its military
muscle around the world, to a re-
surgent Russia eager to reassert its
military prowess.
Without a very shrewd husband-
ing of dwindling military RDT&E re-
sources over the next several years,
the entire U.S. military establish-
ment risks a long-term decline.
Some experts had believed that
the Pentagons research budget
might see a resurgence in 2013, as
the fnancial demands of long-term
military operations in Iraq and Af-
ghanistan eased as those conficts
begin winding up. For a decade, the
Pentagon had to bear the expense
of maintaining troops in the feld
deployed in active military opera-
tions. Troops had to be fed, clothed,
and equipped, vehicles and aircraft
had to be maintained and fueled,
and communications had to be in-
stalled overseas to keep touch with
those on the front lines.
At the same time, military vehi-
cles and equipment wore out, and
demand rose for new technologies to
meet quickly changing threats like
IEDs. For those 10 years, caring for
deployed troops TODAY was the pri-
ority, and military needs of tomor-
row took a back seat.
Now that troops deployed to Iraq
and Afghanistan are starting to
come home, 2013 seemed like the
best opportunity in a long time to
replenish research and development
accounts, but it was not to be.
The U.S. Army is one of the few
bright spots in the 2013 DOD re-
search budget. The Armys research
budget would grow by 2.2 percent in
2013 to $8.95 billion from 2012 lev-
els of $8.76 billion, dominated by re-
search and development in manned
ground vehicles. After the Army,
however, all the other military ser-
vices and defense agencies collec-
tively will see declines in their re-
search and development budgets.
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Lockheed Martin, Atlas
Elektronik to build UUVs
U.S. Navy offcials are looking
to Lockheed Martin Corp. Mari-
time Systems & Sensors in Syr-
acuse, N.Y., and Atlas Elektronik
GmbH in Germany for the Ship-
board Mine Neutralization Sys-
tem-Seafox, and for refurbishing
and overhauling the AN/SQQ-
32 Airborne Mine Neutralization
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a $45.6 million contract. At the
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DARPA launches cyber
security initiative
The U.S. Defense Advanced Re-
search Projects Agency in Ar-
lington, Va., is kicking off the
High-Assurance Cyber Military
Systems (HACMS) program to
develop a set of tools for build-
ing vehicle-based, networked
military embedded systems
able to resist efforts by hackers
to attack and damage vetron-
ics computers remotely.
IN BRIEF
BY JOHN KELLER
ARLINGTON, Va.Military communi-
cations experts at the U.S. Defense
Advanced Research Projects Agen-
cy (DARPA) in Arlington, Va., are
asking for industrys help in provid-
ing pervasive, high-throughput mil-
itary cell phone-like commu-
nications to deployed
military units by
using a mobile
backbone that
provides com-
munications
over long dis-
tances to mil-
itary units on
the move.
DARPA has re-
leased a broad-agency
announcement (DARPA-
BAA-12-27) for the Fixed Wireless at
a Distance program, which among
other goals seeks to overcome the
limitations of todays military mo-
bile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) that
progressively limit service to indi-
vidual users as the network grows.
Deployed U.S. military forces to-
day often use mobile ad-hoc net-
works at the front lines of battle to
relay traffc beyond the range of an
individual radio to provide commu-
nication services to the largest area
possible. Todays MANETs scale
to about 100 nodes before perfor-
mance degrades to unacceptably
low levels, DARPA offcials say.
The Fixed Wireless at a Distance
program seeks to develop mobile
communications infrastructure that
interconnects small groups of mil-
itary radios, similarly to commer-
cial cellular telephone base stations
and Wi-Fi access points. DARPA re-
searchers are interested in a
kind of scaling capability
similar to commercial
cell phone networks,
which operators
often push to their
capacity limits.
Unlike a commer-
cial cell phone net-
work, however, DARPA
wants to develop wireless communi-
cations capability that not only em-
phasizes geographic coverage rather
than limiting interference, but also
supports mobile front-line military
forces where infrastructure cannot
always be installed in advance of
military operations.
This pervasive wireless military
communications capability must be
able to support relatively old mili-
tary radios now in the feld, com-
DARPA asks industry to develop
long-range, cell-like communications
for front-line warfghters
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DARPA wants to develop pervasive,
high-throughput military cell phone-like
communications to deployed military units
on the move.
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BY SKYLER FRINK
Demands are high on rugged lap-
top computers for military appli-
cations. On the network-centric
battlefelds of today, users rely on
rugged laptops to deliver and pro-
cess mission-critical information
quickly. New applications are being
designed as soldiers, sailors, and
airmen carry these rugged comput-
ers on the front lines to provide in-
telligence and ever-increasing func-
tionality for warfghters.
Of course, the frst thing
military customers want
from their rugged lap-
tops is right in the
name: ruggedness.
The most impor-
tant aspect is that
rugged laptops
do exactly what
they say they
do; the term rugged gets thrown
around a lot, says Tim Collins, di-
rector of federal defense & intelli-
gence at Panasonic Solutions Co. in
Secaucus, N.J.
When the information being
sent and received from a laptop
can save lives, system failure is not
an option, despite the many threats
to laptop computer reliability in the
feld. Dust and water particles can
enter a system and prevent pieces
from working properly. Laptops
can be dropped, or suffer through
heavy vibrations while
on an airplane or heli-
copter. The companies
that design these prod-
ucts have been working to
keep up with these threats.
A lot of im-
provements are
around materials
management, improving the dura-
bility and survivability of the sys-
tem; how can we look at the way
the plastics are designed to absorb
more impact? explains Joe Trick-
ey, rugged mobility and digital fo-
rensics marketing manager at Dell
Inc. in Round Rock, Texas. Manu-
facturers are creating new materi-
als and improved casings constant-
ly to shield laptops from complete
submersion in water, physically jar-
ring drops, and hostile-environ-
ment conditions.
Ruggedness isnt the only hard-
ware advancement expected for
rugged laptops.
I think the next thing youre
going to see is going to be two-
fold, probably in the glassactive
touch screen and resistant touch
through gloves, multi-touch tech-
nology, says Dells Trickey. Innova-
Rugged laptops advance as they fnd new uses on todays battlefeld
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tions in the glass also will facilitate
affordable laptop displays that are
outdoor- and sunlight-readable, or
even readable through night-vision
goggles.
In addition to hardware im-
provements, new applications are
being designed to provide more
utility to warfghters. A recent ex-
ample is the Biometric Automated
Toolset (BATS) that scans fnger-
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Panasonics Collins describes the
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warfghters.
With the constant advances in
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Once you have the platform as a
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Using that rugged notebook and giv-
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the feld provides a great beneft that
now gives them things that they
need to do to extract information
and support the overall mission.
The rugged laptop seems to
have found its niche in high-perfor-
mance tasks that also require high
mobility. I think youre probably
going to see the rugged laptop will
always have its place in a vehicle or
tactical environment, Dells Trick-
ey says. The individual warfght-
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heavy lifting, such as the applica-
tions mentioned earlier, that needs
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Rugged laptops look like theyre
here to stay, and will continue
evolving to ft the warfghters
needs. Panasonics Collins explains
the industrys outlook on the fu-
ture: You just dont know where
the next theater will take place,
but we will be designing for that
environment.
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DARPA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6
mercial communications systems, and enhanced-range communications
devices. Each transceiver may include 3G or 4G commercial cellular and
Wi-Fi base station technology to support communications over a few miles.
Technology developed must support conventional military radios over
distances of three to 12 miles, as well as specially equipped multiple-input
and multiple-output (MIMO) military client radios with two to 20 simulta-
neous coherent signal streams at distances farther than 30 miles.
Technology options under consideration include increasing transmit
power or receive sensitivity, increasing base station antenna height, in-
creasing base station antenna gain, and space-time coding.
DARPA researchers also are interested in technologies to improve de-
ployment and operation of fxed-infrastructure systems, as well as explor-
ing new kinds of network architectures that such long-range data com-
munications to, from, and among deployed military forces might enable.
Companies interested in participating in the Fixed Wireless at a Dis-
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FOR MORE INFORMATION visit www.fbo.gov/spg/ODA/DARPA/CMO/BAA-12-
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Given the downward pressure on
the U.S. Department of Defense
(DOD) proposed budget for 2013, se-
nior U.S. Navy and industry leaders
are driving the need for decisive and
game-changing ships, systems, and
technologies for the feet.
Progress continued in 2011 on
the Navys major new shipbuilding
initiatives with a rush of late-year
actions. In October, Marinette Ma-
rine Shipbuilding in Marinette, Wis.,
laid the keel for the littoral combat
ship USS Milwaukee (LCS 5), the
third LCS to be built by the industry
team of Lockheed Martin and Mari-
nette Marine on a contract award-
ed in December 2010 with options
for 10 ships; a similar contract was
awarded to a second LCS team of
General Dynamics Bath Ironworks
in Bath, Me., and shipbuilder Austal
USA in Mobile, Ala.
Navy offcials say they hope to
build 55 LCSs, a mix of the Lockheed
Martin-Marinette traditional design
(Freedom class) and the GD-Austal
USA Independence-class three-hull
trimarin. Both LCS designs will ac-
commodate mine warfare, surface
warfare, and anti-submarine war-
fare modules to accommodate the
ships assigned mission.
Milwaukee should be delivered
to the Navy in 2014. Also in October,
USS Fort Worth, the teams second
LCS, completed builders trials in
Green Bay and Lake Michigan, and
will be delivered next year.
In late December, Austal USA
won a $7.9 million contract for en-
gineering services for the LCS
program. The Navy awarded a
modifcation to the General Dynam-
ics-Austal LCS contract for construc-
tion of USS Jackson (LCS 6). Austal is
The Navy is pressing forward with key surface warfare modernization
initiatives even as it faces severe funding constraints for shipbuilding
and systems acquisition that are likely to continue for the long term.
BY Edward J. Walsh
Facing tough budgets,
Navy pushes shipbuilding,
systems
integration
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completing work on its second LCS,
USS Coronado (LCS 4) planned for
delivery in May.
The team is under contract for a
fourth ship, USS Montgomery (LCS
8). A total of 24 LCSs now are under
contract under the December 2010
dual-block award.
The Lockheed Martin-Marinette
LCS team includes Bollinger Ship-
yards Inc. in Lockport, La., Gibbs and
Cox Inc. in Arlington, Va., Navantia
in Madrid, Spain, and Blohm & Voss
naval shipbuilders in Hamburg, Ger-
many. GD-Austal team members are
BAE Systems in London, Maritime
Applied Physics Corp. in Baltimore,
L-3 MAPPS in Montreal, Northrop
Grumman Electronic Systems in
Baltimore, and several General
Dynamics businesses: Armament
and Technical Products, Electric Boat,
and General Dynamics Canada.
Weve stabilized shipbuilding
now we have to execute, by keep-
ing costs down and delivering on
time, said Navy Vice Adm. Kevin
McCoy in January, referring to LCS.
McCoy is commanding offcer of U.S.
Naval Sea Systems Command in
Washington.
McCoy cited progress on the San
Antonio (LPD 17) class of amphibious
assault ships, which had experienced
The Independence
(LCS 2) prepares to get
underway in the Gulf
of Mexico for training
exercises.
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extensive reliability problems caused,
he said, by inadequate government
oversight and unsatisfactory perfor-
mance by the shipbuilder. He said the
class has received intense focus in
the past three years, with the new-
est ship, USS San Diego (LPD-22) put
through extended acceptance trials.
Two others, USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19)
and USS Green Bay (LPD 20) have per-
formed well on lengthy deployments.
He pointed out that of the 313
ships the Navy expects to have in
2020, 75 percent of them are in the
feet today. We have to maintain
the ships, he said. Currently, the
Navy has 285 ships in service.
The Navy awarded General Dy-
namics Bath Iron Works a $1.8 bil-
lion contract in September to build
the second and third Zumwalt-class
(DDG 1000) destroyers, USS Michael
Monsoor (DDG 1001) and as-yet un-
named DDG 1002. In November, the
shipbuilder laid the keel for Zum-
walt at its Bath, Me., shipyard. Zum-
walt is scheduled for delivery in
2014, Monsoor in December 2015,
and the third ship in February 2018.
Work on the DDG 1000 class is
shared by General Dynamics Bath
and Huntington Ingalls Industries,
which builds the ship deckhouse.
In early December, the company re-
ceived a $46 million contract for ad-
vance procurement for DDG 1002;
the company is working on the deck-
houses for the frst two Zumwalts.
Austal is building the Navys
planned 10-ship class of joint high-
speed vessels (JHSVs), which will
transport personnel, vehicles, and
equipment at speeds as fast as 35
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knots. USS Spearhead, (JHSV 1) is
set for builders trials; two ships are
in the yard, and four more are un-
der contract.
Overall, the Navy awarded con-
tracts for 13 ships in 2011: three Ar-
leigh Burke (DDG 51)-class destroy-
ers; the two Zumwalts and two
LCSs; two JSHVs, one San Antonio-
class amphib; two mobile landing
platforms, awarded to General Dy-
namics National Steel and Ship-
building; and one oceanographic re-
search ship (AGOR 27), to Dakota
Creek Industries.
The Navy took delivery of two
Burke-class destroyers, one Virgin-
ia-class attack submarine, one San
Antonio-class ship, the USS San Di-
ego, and two auxiliaries.
The Navys most long-term recent
shipbuilding plan, released in Feb-
ruary 2011, projects construction of
276 ships over 30 years, 20112040:
198 combatants and 78 auxiliaries.
The Congressional Budget Offce, in
a March 2011 report, argues that if
the Navy receives the same amount
of funding for ship construction
over the next 30 years as in the past
three decadesit will not be able to
afford all the ships called for in the
2011 plan.
The CBO study says that the Navy
estimates that it will need $16 billion
per year, or $476 billion over 30 years,
to build the needed ships. The study
adds that the Navys estimate is sole-
ly for ship construction, and doesnt
include outftting ships after con-
struction or nuclear refueling for the
aircraft carriers, which add about $2
billion per year. Accounting for those
and other post-delivery costs, CBO
says, ship construction could cost
roughly $21 billion per year or $569
billion for the 30-year timeframe, or
about 18 percent higher than the Na-
vys estimates.
Navy offcials say that theyve con-
fronted the looming imbalance be-
tween funding and shipbuilding
goals. In January, Wilmot Summerall,
executive director for combatants in
the Program Executive Offce for
Ships noted that the Navy now has
40 ships under contract, $14.5 billion
in work on should cost budgets. The
work provides a pipeline for the feet
for coming years, as budgets decline.
The new U.S. defense strategy an-
nounced by President Obama on 6
Jan. suggests a continuing critical
role for naval power. The President
said that we will of necessity rebal-
ance toward the Asia-Pacifc region.
We will emphasize our existing al-
liances, which provide a vital foun-
dation for Asia-Pacifc security. We
will also expand our networks of co-
operation with emerging partners
throughout the Asia-Pacifc.
Mobile Bay (CG-53), a baseline 2 Aegis
cruiser, already has completed the CG
modernization program.
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that the most important thing, obviously, is maintain-
ing our naval presence in the Pacifc, maintaining our
military presence, and that the U.S. has a common in-
terest with China in dealing with the threats that exist
in the Pacifc.
Ship systems
In July, the Navy shut down the Program Executive Of-
fce for Littoral and Mine Warfare and stood up PEO Lit-
toral Combat Ships, under Rear Adm. James Murdoch.
The new PEO is responsible for six program offces that
support the LCS program and oversee development of
the LCS mission modules, with Northrop Grumman as
prime contractor.
The mine warfare module will include the WLD-1 re-
mote minehunting system developed by Lockheed Mar-
tin, the MH-60S helicopter, and the Raytheon-built AQS-
20A minehunting sonar among other systems.
The surface package will consist of a 30-millimeter
gun and a 57-millimeter naval gun provided by BAE
Systems. The ASW module is expected to include the
MH-60R helicopter controlling an airborne low-frequen-
cy sonar, as well as variable-depth sonar and the capa-
bility trail a multifunction towed array sonar, and oth-
er ASW systems.
The full-dress modernization of Ticonderoga-class (CG
47) cruisers and Burke-class destroyers, equipped with
the Aegis combat system based on the SPY-1(v) phased-
array radar, promises major gains in capability by intro-
ducing new technology and systems for battle group air-
defense and ballistic missile defense (BMD). New combat
system software will be compliant with the Navys Open
Architecture initiative, represented by an Open Architec-
ture Computing Environment (OACE), which mandates
scalable, modular code based on commercial standards.
The frst fve baseline 1 Tico-class ships have been
taken out of service. Baseline 2 ships, CGs 52 through
58, have been ftted by longtime Aegis prime contractor
Lockheed Martin MS2 with a new combat system soft-
ware program called advanced capability build (ACB-08).
ACB-08 supports new computer hardware, display,
and radar upgrades. The Mk-41 vertical launch system is
modifed to launch the Evolved Seasparrow missile for
anti-air defense. Other upgrades include the Mk 15 Pha-
lanx Block 1B close-in weapon system for terminal air
defense, a shipboard advanced radar target identifcation
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system, the Common Link Data
Management System, the Mk-116
(mod 7) undersea weapons tracking
system, and the Cooperative Engage-
ment Capability (CEC), for the cruis-
ers not already equipped with it.
The baseline 3 (CGs 59 through 64)
and baseline 4 ships (CGs 65 through
73) will get a new ACB-12 program,
now under development at Lockheed
Martins Moorestown, N.J., site, and
planned for felding this year. ACB-
12 encompasses the ACB-08 system
enhancements, plus BMD with up-
grades to the transmitter of the Aegis
phased-array radar, the SPY-1B, and a
new multi-mission signal processor.
The processor adds BMD for ships not
already BMD-capable.
The baseline 3 and 4 ships also
get an Aegis littoral processor, which
improves radar discrimination in
heavy surface clutter; the Naval inte-
grated fre control-counter air (NIFC-
CA); and the RIM-174 SM-6 extended
range active air-defense missile. Oth-
er upgrades are the SPQ-9B anti-ship
missile defense radar, and the Mk-45
.62 caliber gun system, which is con-
trolled by a Mk-160 gun computing
system. For undersea warfare, ACB-
12 adds the SQQ-89A(v)15 undersea
warfare system, which incorporates
a multifunction towed array sonar.
In the past year, the Navy and
Lockheed have restructured the
baseline designations of combat sys-
tems, reverting to a hierarchy that
evolved from baseline 0 through 2
for the frst four cruisers through
baseline 7, which represented inser-
tion of commercially developed pro-
cessor technology.
In the new scheme, ACB-12 be-
comes baseline 9, which is further
subdivided as 9A (cruisers 59 to 73);
9C (DDGs 51 to 78); 9D (new con-
struction destroyers DDGs 113 to
116). Baseline 9E will support the
Aegis Ashore radar for the new
land-based missile defense system
to be operational in Romania in Au-
gust 2015 and in Poland in 2018.
The USS William S. Sims (DDG
113), now under contract to Hun-
tington Ingalls Industries, will be
the frst destroyer to receive base-
line 9D. The 9D installations will
continue for four or fve years, prob-
ably three ships per year; 9D then
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will be followed by baseline 10.
The destroyer modernization will
provide the same level of combat ca-
pability planned for the Sims and two
following new-construction ships
(DDGs 114 to 115): the Aegis SPY-1D
radar transmitter upgrades; combat
information center display improve-
ments; and new navigation radar and
identifcation friend/foe enhance-
ments. For ship defense, they also
receive new electronic warfare and
torpedo defense capabilities.
Other upgrades are the SQQ-
89A(v)15 with the multifunction
towed array sonar, Evolved Seaspar-
row missile, Block 1B Phalanx, SM-6
air-defense missile, and NIFC-CA.
Sparta Inc. in Pasadena, Calif., is
building power transmission assem-
blies for the Aegis SPY-1D(v) and the
Aegis Ashore SPY variant. The com-
pany is under contract to Lockheed
Martin for 3,700 radio and microwave
assemblies, to be built in Exeter, N.H.
Navy and industry offcials say
that as the upgrades come online, the
next step for surface combatants will
be a decision to develop an air-missile
defense radar (AMDR) that combines
an X-band radar for precision track-
ing, horizon search, discrimination,
and terminal target illumination,
and an S-band radar for wide-area
volume search, including ballistic-
missile detection and tracking.
The Burke-class restart is expect-
ed to lead to introduction of a Flight
III ship beginning with DDG-122, the
frst ship to be ftted out with the
AMDR. The Navy will complete a
two-year study of Flight III require-
ments this year. The new Burke will
get other combat systems upgrades
and a power architecture capable of
meeting the huge power demands of
the new combat system.
Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and
Northrop Grumman won contracts
in 2009 for AMDR studies, to be com-
pleted this September. Northrop
Grumman has done extensive work
in electronically scanned S-band ra-
dars. In September 2011, Raythe-
on announced it had demonstrated
AMDR transmit-receive modules that
incorporate new gallium nitride inte-
grated circuit technology. Lockheed
Martin also has demonstrated con-
ceptual AMDR designs for the Navy.
The Navy is planning a competi-
tive award for the role of Aegis CSEA
for the next 10 years. In July of last
year, the Navy asked for bids on the
CSEA work. Lockheed Martin MS2,
Raytheon Integrated Defense Sys-
tems, and Boeings Strategic Missile
& Defense Systems submitted pro-
posals in December, with the award
expected this fall.
The Raytheon-built Mk1 and Mk
2 Ship Self-Defense System provide
weapons and sensor control aboard
aircraft carriers and big-deck am-
phibs. Late last year, the company de-
livered the thirtieth and thirty-frst
Mk 2 systems for LHA-7, the new-
est America-class amphib and John P.
Murtha (LPD-26). The Mk 1 system is
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and USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) class
amphibs; the Mk 2, which is Open
Architecture compliant, is aboard the
Nimitz-class (CVN 68) carriers, the
two newest Wasp-class ships USS
Iwo Jima and USS Makin Island (LHDs
7 and 8), and San Antonio-class LPDs,
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and will go aboard USS America
(LHA-6), now being built at Hunting-
ton Ingalls Industries, and USS Gerald
R. Ford (CVN- 78), under construction
at Huntington Ingalls Newport News
Shipbuilding.
Raytheon is completing develop-
ment of the Mk 2 SSDS for the LSD
41 and 49 classes. Mk 2 also will go
aboard USS Wasp (LHD 1); the Navy
is considering felding it to LHDs 2 to
6. SSDS integrates ship air-defense
weapons and sensors, including the
SPS 48, SPS 49, and SPS 73 radars,
the Mk 15 Phalanx close-in weapon
system, and NATO Seasparrow and
Evolved Seasparrow air-defense mis-
siles. Raytheon says that SSDS was
developed aiming at an open pro-
cessing architecture and has gone
through several enhancements. The
newest baseline incorporates ele-
ments of the total ship computing
environment (TSCE), a network the
company developed for DDG-1000 for
control of all ship systems.
Raytheon also developed and
builds the shipwide area network
that integrates combat and machin-
ery control systems aboard the San
Antonios. The company provides
the navigation data distribution sys-
tem, integrated voice network, mag-
netic signature control system, and
the SPS-73 radar for the class.
Further supporting feet air de-
fense, the Navy in December award-
ed a contract to Sechan Electronics
of Litiz, Pa., for a new digital signal
processor called the Sierra assembly
for the CEC sensor network system.
CEC, built by Raytheon Netcentric
Systems, is now in service or going
aboard Ticos and Burkes, as well as
Nimitz-class carriers, Wasp-class big-
deck amphibious assault ships, and
in an airborne variant, aboard the
E-2D Hawkeye 2000 and Advanced
Hawkeye surveillance aircraft.
The Sechan processor, which will
conduct CEC core processing, em-
ploys a programmable Sierra II cryp-
tographic element developed by
Harris RF Communications in Roch-
ester, N.Y. Sechan will deliver the
processor to Raytheon for integra-
tion with the CEC processor unit,
which controls the data distribution
system communications component
and the CEC directional antenna.
CEC enables CEC-equipped ships
and aircraft to participate in a wide-
area air-defense network. The pro-
cessor fuses data obtained from ra-
dars and other sensors in a common
target picture that is available in
near real time to all network partic-
ipants. The system in separate vari-
ants is planned for the Marine Corps
land-based Composite Tracking Net-
work and the Armys Joint Land At-
tack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated
Netted Sensor System, or JLENS.
The Navy awarded Raytheon a
contract in March 2011, modifying
an earlier contract, for CEC produc-
tion for the carrier USS Abraham
Lincoln (CVN 72) and Gerald B. Ford
(CVN 78), the frst of Navys new-
est carrier class. Later, the company
won a contract for airborne units for
the E-2D Hawkeye, and in Decem-
ber received an order for CEC work
for the Australian Navys new air-
defense destroyer. The United King-
dom Royal Navy and the Canadian
navy also will get CEC.
DDG-1000
The BAE Systems Weapon Systems
business unit was set to deliver two
gun mounts for the land-attack Ad-
vanced Gun System or AGS to the
General Dynamics Bath shipyard for
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integration aboard the Zumwalt. The
gun magazines have been integrat-
ed with the hull in the modular con-
struction method used to build the
ship. The company won a $168 mil-
lion Navy contract in October 2011 for
production of the AGS for DDG-1002.
The AGS, a primary land-attack
weapon, will be the largest six-inch
gun system aboard any surface ship.
It will fre a 155-millimeter rocket-as-
sisted round called a long-range land-
attack projectile (LRLAP) to ranges
of about 70 nautical miles. Each ship
will be armed with two gun systems
and two 300-round magazines. The
guns will fre a maximum rate of 10
rounds per minute and could sustain
that rate for the entire 300 rounds,
BAE offcials say. The gun and mag-
azine systems will be automatic for
loading and fring, with fre orders
generated by the DDG-1000 TSCE.
The Weapons Systems business
unit is the former United Defense,
which BAE acquired in 2005. Unit-
ed Defense for years built the Navys
Mk 45 fve-inch shipboard deck gun,
now modifed as 62-caliber gun go-
ing aboard new-construction Burkes.
BAE Systems is teamed for de-
velopment of the LRLAP round with
Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire
Control group, which is building test
hardware.
In early November, the Navy
awarded General Dynamics a $14.3
million modifcation to an earli-
er contract, exercising options for
DDG-1000-class logistics services.
Raytheons Integrated Defense Sys-
tems group received a $20.8 modif-
cation to a previous award for engi-
neering, production, and integration
for the Zumwalt program for 2012,
primarily for TSCE work.
Research and development
Several groundbreaking research and
development initiatives are under-
way that apply new systems engi-
neering concepts and technologies
for surface-ship design. The Offce of
Naval Research has evaluated pro-
totype components of an electronic
warfare/information operations com-
munications (EWIOC) system and a
submarine satellite communications
multifunction mast. The compo-
nents, ONR says, could be incorporat-
ed into a so-called Integrated Topside
effort or INTOP, in ONRs Innovative
Naval Prototypes program.
The INPs are technology devel-
opment efforts that offer promising
warfghting payoffs. The INTOP ef-
fort aims to develop multifunction
antenna apertures that could inte-
grate electronic warfare, communi-
cations, and radar functions for sur-
face ships and submarines. ONR
offcials say that the effort is devel-
oping a scalable family of aper-
tures for multiple ship classes.
The program has evolved from an
earlier ONR proof-of-concept called
AMRFC, or advanced multifunction
RF concept, that examined aper-
ture designs and technologies devel-
oped by Lockheed Martin, Northrop
Grumman, and Raytheon, that could
be used interchangeably for radar,
EW, and comm, thereby reducing the
proliferation of shipboard antennas
that increase electromagnetic inter-
ference, degrading performance and
increasing ships radar signatures.
Two teams, one of Northrop
Grumman Electronics Systems and
ITT, and other of Raytheon and Gen-
eral Dynamics Advanced Informa-
tion Systems (GDAIS), are develop-
ing EWIOC prototypes. Argon ST is
working with both teams. BAE Sys-
tems, DRS Technologies, Colorado
Engineering, Hypres Inc., and South-
west Research Institute are work-
ing on indefnite-delivery/indefnite-
quantity contracts and would have
to compete for INTOPS task orders.
The INTOP work dovetails with
the Surface Electronic Warfare Im-
provement Program (SEWIP), an in-
cremental effort to upgrade surface
EW systems. GDAIS developed an
early system, and Lockheed Martin is
working on a block 2 SEWIP design.
Another promising ONR effort is
the electromagnetic rail gun that,
pursued in collaboration with the
Naval Research Laboratory, has gone
through more than 1,000 success-
ful test-frings. The railgun uses
The aircraft carriers USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) and USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) steaming
in the Arabian Sea.
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extremely high electrical charg-
es rather than conventional propel-
lants to launch projectiles that con-
tain no explosive charge, at velocities
of 4,500 to 5,000 miles per hour, ac-
cording to ONR, to destroy targets
with kinetic impact. The frst shot
was fred in March 2007. In Decem-
ber 2010, the railgun, in testing at the
Naval Surface Warfare Centers Dahl-
gren Va., lab, fred a 33-megajoule
shot (a megajoule is the energy gen-
erated by a one-ton car moving at
100 miles per hour). The programs
current goal, ONR says, is a 64-mega-
joule railgun with a 220-mile range.
In January, General Atomics, un-
der contract to develop an electro-
magnetic aircraft launch system and
advanced arresting gear (EMALS/
AAG) for carriers, delivered the f-
nal unit of 12 energy storage system
generator sets for installation aboard
the new-construction fattop Gerald
R. Ford. The EMALS/AAG will replace
the steam catapult system and hy-
draulic-powered arresting gear long
used aboard carriers to launch air-
craft. The system is expected to cost
less to operate and maintain, im-
prove catapult performance and reli-
ability, and expand range of manned
and unmanned aircraft that operate
from carriers.
Raytheons Integrated Defense
Systems business won a $10 million
award in October 2011 for research
and development of power-load mod-
ules for an integrated power system
and pulsed power loads for future
surface combatants. The power-load
modules are for use in pulse-form-
ing networks for powering new sys-
tems, such as railguns, lasers, and ra-
dars, as well as R&D on approaches
to shipboard energy storage and on
integrating the modules aboard ship.
Shipboard power
The Navy is developing and testing
new shipboard power and machin-
ery designs aiming at the eventu-
al goal of integrated power systems
and an all-electric ship.
The Philadelphia laboratory of the
Naval Surface Warfare Centers Car-
derock Division is testing a proto-
type hybrid electric-drive system
developed by General Atomics and
DRS Technologies that could be for-
ward-ft and backft for the Burke-
class destroyers and other ships.
The Wasp-class amphib Makin
Island is ftted with a hybrid sys-
tem consisting of two General Elec-
tric LM2500+ gas turbine engines
and two auxiliary diesel electric mo-
tors. Navy and industry offcials
have frequently cited its 2009 transit
from Pascagoula, Miss., to San Diego,
when the system reduced fuel costs
by $2 million.
The General Atomics-DRS system
consists of a permanent magnet mo-
tor, motor drive, and power convert-
er and control electronics. At low
speeds, the gas turbines provide
power through a motor drive and a
frequency converter to the motor, ft-
ted to the reduction gear. Following
the Philadelphia testing, the proto-
type will go aboard the destroyer
Truxton (DDG-103) for at-sea testing.
The planned felding of the air
missile defense radar for Flight III
Burkes, with its high power require-
ments, make power generation a crit-
ical priority. General Electric, long-
time builder of gas turbine engines
for the Ticonderogas, Burkes, and
amphibious ships, says that its GE38
engine, which will power the Marine
Corps CH-53k heavy-lift helicopter,
could be a candidate for the ship-ser-
vice generator for the Flight III ship.
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Aerospace and defense professionals,
in the quest to do more with less,
have turned their attentions to in-
fusing systems new and old with ro-
bust, capable, effcient microproces-
sors. A wealth of high-performance
computing options exist, however,
causing systems architects and sys-
tems integrators to consider closely
all options when selecting silicon.
A set of characteristics is fairly
common across most aerospace and
defense applications, whether an
airborne platform, tactical radio,
radar, or munition; yet, the value,
or priority, of these characteristics
can vary signifcantly depending
on the application, explains Jason
Moore,director of aerospace and
defense applications engineering at
Xilinx Inc. in San Jose, Calif., which
specializes in feld-programmable
gate arrays (FPGAs).
Performanceincluding through-
put, interrupt latency, and cache size
and speedsis an important consid-
eration, as is the board support pack-
age (BSP) for real-time operating sys-
tems (RTOSs) and device drivers (e.g.,
a DO-178B RTOS for avionics applica-
tions), Moore says. Memory and I/O
interfaces, cost,
and anti-tamper
and physical se-
curity character-
istics should also
be considered.
It is im-
portant to
differentiate between dynamic pow-
er and static power when consid-
ering power consumption, Moore
adds. Dynamic power is a serious
consideration in high-performance
systems, such as large radar arrays,
where there are concerns with how
to get the heat out/cool the system.
Static power and sleep modes are
also critical in military communica-
tions, like tactical radios, where bat-
tery life is critical.
Maintaining the integrity of the
data, through the use of technology,
such as error-correcting code (ECC)
or processor lockstep operation,
throughout the processing subsys-
tem is important across many appli-
cations, such as avionics and military
communications, Moore advises.
COTS computing
Microprocessors for aerospace and
defense applications are following
the same vector as those used in the
broader commercial market, recog-
nizes Rod Rice, general manager of
Military & Aerospace Products at GE
Intelligent Platforms in Charlottes-
ville, Va. The proliferation of com-
mercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions
which leverage commercial technol-
ogies reduce cost and development
time, while increasing performance
and providing regular technology
insertion opportunities, long-term
support roadmaps, and overall low-
er cost of ownership, he says.
The impact of this can be clear-
ly seen in the offerings from compa-
nies like Intel, Rice says, recalling
that the second generation of In-
tel Core processors was announced
roughly one year ago. The next gen-
eration will be with us shortly with,
it is reported, a smaller die size and
an increased number of transistors
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Robust, high-performance aerospace and defense systems
harness the power of innovative microprocessors.
BY Courtney E. Howard
BAE Systems 3U and 6U boards
sport the companys
radiation-hardened processors,
which are employed on a
variety of satellites.
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that will provide another uptick in
performance. These will be incorpo-
rated into mil-aero board level prod-
ucts in the coming months.
Mil-aero applications are in-
creasingly favoring multi-core mi-
croprocessors, allowing for greater
processing capacity, Rice adds. As
well as Intels multi-core offerings,
Freescalethe other signifcant mi-
croprocessor supplier to the mil-
aero marketprovides solutions,
such as the QoriQ P4080 with its
eight processors.
The ability to use several proces-
sors within one piece of silicon has
given rise to the growing adoption of
technologies that use massively par-
allel architectures, including graphics
processing unit (GPU) technology,
such as CUDA from Nvidia in Palo
Alto, Calif., Rice observes. General-
purpose computing using GPGPUs
(general-purpose GPUs) is enabling
signifcant performance increases in
mil-aero applications that can lever-
age that parallelism, such as radar, in
which increased throughput on the
order of 15X has been demonstrated
in comparison with more traditional
processor approaches, he says.
Another key requirement, given
the space constraints under which
many mil-aero programs are de-
ployed, is a higher degree of sili-
con integration that allows for ei-
ther smaller form factor (SFF) boards
or higher functional density on a
single board, Rice says. Integration
of graphics capability, for example,
within the processor is highly desir-
able; moreover, he adds, as mil-
aero applications become increas-
ingly graphics-intensive, focus is on
the quality of integrated graphics.
Increased imagery
Kevin Berce, defense manager at
Nvidia, is seeing a dramatic increase
in demand for Nvidia Tesla GPUs in
the defense market. Three applica-
tion areas, in particular, are grow-
ing the fastest: image processing, sig-
nal processing, and data analytics.
MotionDSP is a great example of the
beneft of GPU acceleration in the im-
age processing space, he says.
MotionDSPs Ikena ISR product
uses algorithms to enhance video
with cleaner detail, increased reso-
lution, and reduced noise, making
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it well suited for real-time stream-
ing of high-quality video from un-
manned aerial vehicle (UAV) sen-
sors. By harnessing Nvidia Tesla
GPUs, the software can process 30
frames per second, with less than
300 milliseconds latency. Improved
image quality and streaming per-
formance enable the Department
of Defense to access more accurate
and actionable information quickly.
Each of these applications re-
quires signifcant processing pow-
er that cannot be achieved easily or
cost-effectively with CPU-only sys-
tems, Berce says. In some cases,
CPUs simply cannot provide enough
processing power to process the data
fast enough to deliver actionable in-
formation or intelligence. For exam-
ple, to process a single hour of UAV
video with Ikena ISR typically takes
four to six hours on a CPU-based
system; yet, a hybrid system com-
bining a CPU and GPU can process
the same hour of video in real time.
Due to the highly parallel archi-
tecture of GPUs, they can provide
an order of magnitude greater per-
formance than CPUs, and can easi-
ly accelerate applications to give the
military invaluable data immediate-
ly, Berce notes.
The benefts of GPUs go beyond
application acceleration, extending
to space, power, and cost savings.
GPUs allow government custom-
ers to save money on compute re-
sources, without compromising on
performance, Berce explains. Sol-
ers Inc., a provider of information
technology solutions to government
customers, was able to eliminate 20
blades (from 68 to 48) by adding six
GPUs to its Dell server. By introduc-
ing GPUs into its Dell system, Solers
reduced the footprint by 30 percent
and power consumption by 27 per-
cent, while delivering greater perfor-
mance by reducing processing laten-
cy by 25 percent, he says.
Nvidias GPUs are actively being
adopted in aerospace and defense
data centers as well as in electronics
systems on the battlefeld. Its Tes-
la brand GPUs are designed to meet
computational requirements in data
centers and high-performance com-
puting environments, as well as to
deliver performance increases for
a variety of applications, including
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computational fuid dynamics, video
processing, synthetic aperture radar
(SAR), and electromagnetics. GPUs
are being deployed by key comput-
er original equipment manufacturers
(OEMs) and partners offering embed-
ded solutions, such as GE Intelligent
Platforms and Curtiss-Wright.
Microprocessors, and GPUs spe-
cifcally, have a bright future in the
mil-aero arena, Berce adds. GPUs
will continue to improve the perfor-
mance per watt, outpacing the ad-
vantages of a CPU-only system. As a
result, GPUs will drive a new gener-
ation of applications that deliver
better, more accurate information
quickly with much higher fdelity.
Military vs. COTS
The requirements for aerospace
and defense microprocessors dif-
fer somewhat from their commer-
cial counterparts in key areas, says
Rice. The provision of a foating-
point processorAVX in Intels case,
and AltiVec from Freescaleis im-
portant for demanding digital signal
processing (DSP) applications.
As signifcant processing power
is increasingly deployed within en-
vironments that are highly space-
and power-constrained, low power
consumptionwith its associated
reduced cooling requirementis a
key characteristic. Many mil-aero
BittWare Anemone acceleration
technology for FPGAs, available on
an FMC (VITA 57) mezzanine card
that attaches to BittWares Altera-
based FPGA COTS boards, offoads C
language processing from an FPGA
and is designed to help customers
fnish projects sooner, at lower risk
and while consuming less power.
The Anemone processor is a
paradigm changer on many fronts;
one of the most compelling is that
it turns co-processing upside down
by accelerating an FPGA instead
of the other way around, says Jeff
Milrod, BittWare president and
chief executive offcer.
Inside each Anemone104 (AN104)
are 16 small and elegant RISC pro-
cessors that are optimized for foat-
ing-point, interconnected, and tied
Anemone co-processor
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applications have begun to focus
more on performance/watt rather
than pure performance, Rice adds.
The majority of mil-aero applica-
tions are deployed in harsh environ-
ments that are subject to shock, vi-
bration, moisture, dust, and so on,
Rice says. While this does not place
specifc requirements on the proces-
sor itself, it must be capable of being
integrated on a rugged board de-
signed to withstand the rigors of
military deployment.
The typical mil-aero program can
be deployed over years, and even de-
cades. This generates a requirement
for long-term availability of com-
ponents and long-term support for
those components, as well as a re-
quirement for form/ft/function-com-
patible upgrades over time to allow
for technology insertion, increasing
performance while maximizing long-
term cost of ownership, Rice contin-
ues. While performance and low
power consumption will always be
key considerations for prime con-
tractors and OEMs in choosing a sin-
gle-board computer, the guarantee
of long-term availability over an ex-
tended period is no less important.
Engineers at Harris Corp.s Gov-
ernment Communications Systems
Division (GCSD) in Melbourne, Fla.,
understand well the importance of
long-term support and the provision
directly into an FPGA. Anemone is
an implementation of the Epiphany
architecture from Adapteva, a start-
up company of which BittWare is an
investor. The scalable many core
processor has 16 eCores that run at
rates up to 1 gigahertz, providing a
total sustained performance of 32
GFLOPS while consuming two watts
of total power. The AN104 features
an internal, high-throughput, inter-
core mesh network, with separate
data paths for on-chip and off-chip
communications.
The modularity of BittWares Anemone
foating-point co-processor for FPGAs
enables its use on any of the companys
carrier boards with an FMC connector.
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of regular technology insertion op-
portunities. Harris offcials frst se-
lected GEs PPC7E single-board com-
puter in 1999 for the high-mobility
artillery rocket system (HIMARS),
the newest member of the multiple-
launch rocket system (MLRS) family.
More than a decade later, GE contin-
ues to provide the board.
GE Intelligent Platforms continues
to secure Harris orders for PPC7EP
single-board computers; the latest
in a series of orders placed by Harris
for the MLRS program over 12-plus
years is a roughly $3.5 million order
placed in Nov. 2011. Lockheed Mar-
tin engineers subcontracted Harris to
design and build the electronics for
the U.S. Armys MLRS M-270 HIMARS
platform. The PPC7EP executive pro-
cessor is a custom variant of GEs
PPC7D, a 6U VME single-board com-
puter featuring the 7448 PowerPC
processor. Three PPC7EPs, one with
a PMCGA4C graphics ac-
celerator card, are de-
ployed in each
vehicle and
provide com-
puting power to the
HIMARS subsystems.
MLRS/HIMARS is an outstand-
ing example of a long-term program
that relies on the continuing avail-
ability of critical components, the
extended support (such as obsoles-
cence management) necessary to
ensure success, and the opportuni-
ty for ongoing technology insertion,
says Al DiLibero, president of Mili-
tary & Aerospace Embedded Com-
puting at GE Intelligent Platforms.
Computational communications
Just as microprocessors beneft from
the power inherent in GPUs, they are
likewise aided in aerospace and de-
fense applications by robust feld-pro-
grammable gate arrays (FPGAs).
Xilinx integrated processors and
embedded processing solutions are
used in missiles and munitions, for
target tracking; military communi-
cations, for black-side modem opera-
tions and red-side key management
and user interface; and electron-
ic warfare/intelligence, surveillance,
and reconnaissance (EW/ISR), such
as radar algorithm processing.
Software-defned radio (SDR)
platforms classically consist of a gen-
eral-purpose processor (usually ARM)
and FPGA for user interface and
baseband signal processing respec-
tively, Moore says. Interest in Zynq
for SDR is not just about integrating
the classic SDR baseband functions
to reduce size and power, it is also
about increased system performance
and decreased development effort.
The Zynq ARM cores are tightly
coupled to peripherals (hardened I/O,
DDR, and logic) by the AMBA AXI-4
interconnect fabric, which also con-
nects the programmable logic (PL)
to all these subsystems, Moore ex-
plains. It is the AXI fabric that al-
lows high-throughput, low-latency,
standards-based interconnect of cus-
tom logic for modem, cryptographic,
and other hardware-in-the-loop logic
The GE Intelligent Platforms PPC7D is a 6U
VME single-board computer featuring the
7448 PowerPC processor.
Mercury Computer Systems has
announced its Ensemble Series 6U
OpenVPX HCD6210 rugged com-
pute blade based on the Freescale
T4240 QorIQ AMP Power Archi-
tecture. The HCD6210 blade uses
two new Freescale T4240 proces-
sors and has a total of 24 cores/48
threads, each core with an Alti-
Vec single-instruction, multiple-
data (SIMD) engine for high-perfor-
mance signal processing support.
Systems based on the HCD6210
can scale from 1 to 16 boards,
enabling new levels of subsystem
performance in radar, electro-opti-
cal/infrared (EO/IR), and electronic
warfare (EW) applications, says a
representative.
With the enormous budget
pressures in the defense industry,
more and more prime contractors
are looking to upgrade existing
systems with minimal change and
cost. The HCD6210 compute blade
provides a six-fold increase in pro-
cessing capability while maintain-
ing software library compatibility,
explains Steve Patterson, vice pres-
ident of product management at
Mercury Computer Systems. With
its well-balanced computational
performance and I/O capability, the
performance is equally impressive
for small, single-slot OpenVPX sys-
tems as it is for the large, scaled-
up multi-board systems for which
Mercury is known.
OpenVPX module
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to the ARM cores, hardened I/O, and
DDR. The advantage in lower devel-
opment time and faster throughput
over a separate ARM + FPGA devices
is substantial.
Moore considers Zynq a paradigm
shift for system on a chip (SoC) FPGA
technology. It allows higher levels of
integration with a processor-centric,
boot-frst point of view that can re-
duce the SWAP-C (size, weight, pow-
er, and cost) of the system it is em-
bedded in, he says. Consider that
the processing subsystem (PS) can
be used stand-alone with the FPGA
fabric completely powered off, if re-
quired. The processor is the mas-
ter and is used to confgure the PL.
When performance is needed, the PL
can be powered on and confgured or
reconfgured, either partially or fully,
during system operation to the user
application. The Zynq silicon plat-
form, combined with the capabilities
of AutoESL, Xilinxs High-Level Syn-
thesis technology, blurs the lines be-
tween hardware and software.
Airborne application
A broad range of aerospace and de-
fense applications and platforms re-
quire rugged microprocessors; this
is especially true of airborne and
land-based combat vehicles. Kon-
tron specializes in military environ-
ments that demand extreme rugged-
ization, says David OMara, product
manager at Kontron in Poway, Calif. .
The Apache helicopter employs
the companys COBALT with an on-
board 8-port GigE switch, as well as
an 80-gigabyte, solid-state drive and
a Kontron Core2Duo single-board
computer. COBALT is a small, light-
weight computing device based on
Kontrons COM Express single-board
computer offering fanless operation
and a Gigabit Ethernet interface.
Demand for optimized SWaP-C
products is also growing, along with
the UAV market. The need for small,
lightweight, fanless products will
drive the development of micro-
processors over the next several
decades, OMara predicts. Although
SWaP-C and product life cycle are
top priorities, numerous successes in
the feld are made possible by a solid
computer health management and
logistics support infrastructure.
Kontron is concentrating on
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power-on, built-in test (PBIT) and
computer management board (CMB)
innovations. All these low level fea-
tures, often hidden from the casual
observer, make the difference in the
end, OMara observes.
Safe in space
Space, among the harshest environ-
ments for electronics, requires rug-
ged, radiation-hardened processors.
BAE Systems has, since the 1990s,
been designing, building, and deliv-
ering radiation-hardened (rad-hard)
processors via its rad-hard foundry
in Manassas, Va., says Victor Scud-
eri, manager, Satellite Electronics,
BAE Systems. We develop the rad-
hard processor chips, then design
the single-board computer to use
these processors.
The frst-generation, single-board
computer was a rad-hard version of
a MIL-STD 1750 processor; followed
by the RAD6000, a rad-hard version
of an IBM RISC System 6000 proces-
sor. The current-generation RAD750,
a rad-hard version of an IBM Power-
PC 750 processor, is adopted for sat-
ellite single-board computers serv-
ing command and control functions
and onboard payload processing. The
Advanced Extremely High Frequency
satellite, a U.S. Department of De-
fense (DOD) secured communications
satellite, uses two RAD6000 com-
puters for satellite control and eight
RAD750 computers for the payload.
One of the most critical factors
for selecting a single-board computer
for a space mission is fight heritage
measured in the number of hours,
weeks, or years in space since the
launch, Scuderi says. Satellite prime
contractors demand fight heritage
demonstrated proof of the ability of
a product to withstand the rigors
of spacefor fve-year science mis-
sions or 15-year DOD/commercial
missions. There are currently 625
BAE Systems single-board comput-
ers used on 200+ satellites launched
since 1995. We track every hour each
of our computers has been in space.
The three generations of BAE Sys-
tems computers have amassed an
aggregate of 50,413,800 hours or
5,755 years in space.
Scuderi sees demand for very
high-performance satellite payload
processing solutions, the require-
ments of which also drive high-per-
formance I/O and network capabil-
ities. This new market will require
a collection of technology products,
such as high-density FPGAs, DSPs,
and multi-core, general-purpose pro-
cessors. High-density ASICs will still
be required to meet specialized func-
tions and address power constraints,
he says. For each of these technolo-
gy products, leveraging commercial
intellectual property and enhancing
it to meet the rigors of the space en-
vironment will continue to be a core
element of our approach to meeting
customer requirements.
Future functionality
The coming months, years, and de-
cades will bring new applications
and computing challenges requiring
increasingly robust, effcient, and
capable microprocessor technology.
Microprocessors will become
increasingly capablenot only de-
livering more throughput, but also
integrating increased functional-
ityallowing for the greater func-
tional density that will permit the
deployment of highly sophisticat-
ed, demanding applications in small-
er spaces, GEs Rice predicts. There
will continue to be focus on minimiz-
ing power consumption/heat dissipa-
tion. Multi-core processors will con-
tinue to gain market share, with the
number of processors per piece of sil-
icon increasing. The adoption of GPG-
PU technology will also continue.
Kontrons COBALT small, lightweight
computing device, based on Kontrons COM
Express single-board computer, is employed
on the Army AH-64 Apache attack helicopter.
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Raytheon to improve resolution
of UAV electro-optical sensor
payload in Air Force contract
BY John Keller
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, OhioMilitary
electro-optics experts at the Raythe-
on Co., Space and Airborne Systems
in McKinney, Texas, are seeking to
improve the resolution of the Multi-
Spectral Targeting System-B (MTS-B)
sensor pod for unmanned aerial ve-
hicles (UAVs), helicopters, and fxed-
wing aircraft under terms of a $25.8
million contract awarded in January
from the U.S. Air Force Aeronautical
Systems Center at Wright-Patterson
Air Force Base, Ohio.
The contract calls for Raytheon
to continue making improvements
to the MTS-B UAV sensorparticu-
larly to improve the system imag-
ing from standard defnition to high
defnition.
The MTS-B provides electro-op-
tical, infrared, laser designation,
and laser illumination in one air-
borne sensor package for versions
of the Air Force Predator B UAV,
Gray Eagle UAV,
and similar vari-
ants. The MTS-
Bs advanced dig-
ital architecture
provides detect-
ing, ranging, and
tracking, as well
as long-range
surveillance,
high-altitude tar-
get acquisition,
tracking, range-
fnding, and laser
designation for
the Hellfre mis-
sile and for all tri-service and NATO
laser-guided munitions, Raytheon
offcials say.
Raytheon designers also are in-
vestigating image fusion and other
performance enhancements for the
MTS-B, company offcials say. Ray-
theon will do the contract work in
McKinney, Texas, and should be fn-
ished by early 2013.
FOR MORE INFORMATION visit
Raytheon Space and Airborne
Systems online at www.raytheon.
com/businesses/rsas, or the Air Force
Aeronautical Systems Center at
www.wpafb.af.mil/asc.
}
Boeing and SAIC move
ahead on prototype
adaptive optics for high-
energy laser weapons
Military electro-optics experts
at the Boeing Co. Directed En-
ergy Systems segment in Al-
buquerque, N.M., are moving
ahead with a project to devel-
op prototype high-power adap-
tive optics for high-energy la-
ser weapons. This work falls
under terms of a contract won
from the U.S. Department of De-
fenses High Energy Laser-Joint
Technology Offce (HEL-JTO) in
Albuquerque, N.M. The value of
this contract has not been dis-
closed. Adaptive optics can re-
duce distortion in a laser beam
and increase the beams energy
on targets, Boeing offcials say.
Traditional adaptive optics were
developed originally for astron-
omy telescopes to correct light
distortion from wind or other
turbulence. Boeing and SAIC en-
gineers have fnished designing,
building, and testing the adap-
tive optics system in the labora-
tory, and now will test the sys-
tem with the High Energy Laser
Technology Demonstrator (HEL
TD) high-energy laser program
for the U.S. Army, Boeing off-
cials say. Experts will use ul-
tra-high-speed processing and
sensor technologies, a beacon
illuminator, and deformable
mirror.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
visit Boeing Directed Energy
Systems online at www.boeing.
com/defense-space/ic/des, or
SAIC at www.saic.com.
The Gray Eagle UAV, shown above, would be among the benefciaries
of Raytheons upgraded electro-optical sensor payloads.
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Theres one thing all electronics
need, and thats power. Power sup-
plies and converters are important
parts of the system they inhabit,
and as such need to meet rigorous
standards lest the entire system shut
down for want, or excess, of power.
Systems integrators who are look-
ing to purchase power supplies and
converters need to weigh reliability,
weight, power, and cost carefully.
Military and avionics customers
are continually seeking smaller size,
lower weight, and higher effciency
in their power supplies to save on
Power supplies continue to evolve to
meet growing demand from customers
BY Skyler Frink
Absopulse Electronics Ltd
613-836-3511
absopulse.com
Aerofex Inc.
516-694-6700
aerofex.com
AJs Power Source Inc.
813-996-2583
ajpower.com
Analytic Systems
604-496-9981
http://analyticsystems.com
Astrodyne Inc.
508-964-6300
astrodyne.com
Behlman Electronics Inc.
631-435-0410
behlmanpower.com
Comdel Inc.
978-282-0620
comdel.com
ConTech
925-609-1193
contech-us.com
CUI Inc.
503-612-2300
cui.com
DRS Pivotal Power
902-835-7268
drspowersolutions.com
Electromech Inc.
201-934-3456
http://electromechinc.com
Energy Technologies Inc.
419-522-4444
ruggedsystems.com
Falcon Electric Inc.
626-962-7770
falconups.com
Gaia Converter Inc.
514-333-3169
gaia-converter.ca
HiTek Power Ltd.
011-44-1903-712400
hitekpower.com
International Rectifer
310-726-8000
irf.com
Interpoint, a Crane Co.
425-882-3100
interpoint.com
ITT Power Solutions
413-263-6200
ittpowersolutions.com
Kepco Inc.
718-461-7000
kepcopower.com
Martek Power
310-202-8820
martekpower.com
Milpower Source
603-267-8865
milpower.com
MS Kennedy Corp.
315-701-6751
mskennedy.com
Murata Power Solutions
Inc.
508-339-3000
murata-ps.com
National Hybrid
631-981-2400
nationalhybrid.com
North Atlantic Industries
631-567-1100
naii.com
Pduke Technology Inc.
909-598-5000
pduke.com
Pico Electronics Inc.
914-738-1400
picoelectronics.com
Pioneer Magnetics
310-829-6751
pioneermag.com
Positronic Industries, Inc.
417-866-2322
connectpositronic.com/
Power Solutions Inc.
516-484-6689
powersolutions.com
Powerstax plc
+44 (0) 1252 407800
powerstaxplc.com
Rantec Power Systems
805-596-6000
rantec.com
Schaefer Inc.
508-881-7330
schaeferpower.com
Solitron Devices, Inc.
561-848-4311
solitrondevices.com
SynQor
978-849-0600
synqor.com
TDK-Lambda
732-922 9300
http://us.tdk-lambda.com/hp
Teledyne Microelectronics
310-822-8229
teledynemicro.com
Tracewell Systems
614-846-6175
tracewellsystems.com
Transistor Devices Inc.
(TDI Power)
908-850-5088
http://tdipower.com
UltraVolt Inc.
631-471-4444
ultravolt.com
Vicor Corp.
800-735-6200
vicr.com
Vishay Intertechnology
Inc.
610-644-1300
vishay.com
VPT Inc.
540-552-5000
vpt-inc.com
XP Power
408-732-7777
xppower.com
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board space, design cost,
and operation cost, says
Steve Butler, vice pres-
ident of engineering at
VPT Inc. in Blacksburg,
Va. Not only are pow-
er supplies being weighed against
those factors, but as a vital piece of
any system, they must be rugged
and reliable.
Military and avionics power
supplies also are held to high stan-
dards. Customers also continue
to demand a true military/avion-
ics-grade, or high-reliability pow-
er converter, Butler continues. Her-
meticity is vital for these types of
applications. Hermeticity prevents
air and gas from interfering with
the power supply and many high-
reliability applications, such as air-
craft, beneft from a system that is
unaffected by outside sources.
A technical shift is taking place
in power technology as systems de-
signers look more toward point of
load (POL) converters. These con-
verters, or POLs, output very low
voltages at very high effciencies,
Butler says. The POL offers a unique
solution for low voltages at high
currents and better performance
than isolated supplies with low out-
put voltages, as well as provides re-
duced power losses when compared
to linear regulators, even at low out-
put currents. In the past, multi-
ple isolated converters were used to
provide the benefts of POLs. These
small converters are now used in-
stead in order to reduce board size,
heat, weight, and cost.
Due to the ever-increasing power
These non-isolated, synchronous,
buck regulated converters step
down the voltage at the point of
end use. Image courtesy of VPT.
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demands made by perpetually
evolving digital processing applica-
tions, companies who make pow-
er supplies and converters are fnd-
ing more need for products that
allow for more current at low volt-
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Customers have doubled or tripled
the processing power of their sys-
tems, says VPTs Butler. As in any
case with evolving technology, com-
panies are forced to keep up with
increasingly high standards. Con-
verters arent the only way to han-
dle the demand for higher currents,
however.
Parallel modules help systems
keep up with high power demands,
as Butler describes. It is important
to note that high-power systems can
be built from paralleled modules,
which offers several advantages.
This approach allows for N+1 redun-
dancy, where in the event of a mod-
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continue to supply the load. A mod-
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For systems that require maxi-
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modules allows for a failure in one
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systems designers, the slight hit to
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ty and capability of the system.
To drive down costs, standard-
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power applications] is away from
purely custom central power sup-
plies, moving toward either pow-
er supplies built from proven stan-
dard modules or toward distributed
systems where standard modules
are placed throughout the system
where they are needed, Butler says.
Such modular designs can often be
delivered with less engineering de-
velopment costs and in a shorter
timeframe.
Systems designers must consider
not only costs, but also delivery
times. Butler cites the continued
shrinking of design cycles as the
primary reason delivery time must
be kept to a minimum. The quick-
er a power supply is delivered, the
sooner tests can be done and the
product can be deployed.
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SIMULATION
Northrop Grumman to provide
combat electromagnetic
environment simulator for
U.S. Air Force E-3 AWACS
Northrop Grumman Corp. won a
contract to provide a Combat
Electromagnetic Environment
Simulator (CEESIM) system to
support maintenance of the U.S.
Air Force E-3 Airborne Warn-
ing and Control System (AWACS)
Electronic Support Measures Op-
erational Computer Program soft-
ware. The Defense Microelectron-
ics Activity (DMEA) awarded the
contract. Northrop Grumman will
deliver the CEESIM to the Tin-
ker Air Force Base Avionics Inte-
gration Support Facility (AISF) in
Oklahoma City, Okla.
The CEESIM provides naviga-
tion and pulse data generated
from customized scenarios. It en-
ables ASIF software engineers to
model a real-world environment
and to test software changes by
injecting pulses into the avionics
hardware.
The AWACS CEESIM system
will replace an Advanced Multiple
Environment Simulator (AMES)
system that has been operating at
Tinker Air Force Base for 14 years.
The CEESIM replacement unit al-
lows automatic conversion of leg-
acy AMES emitter fles to CEESIM
emitter fles for reuse of AISF
threat data and test scenarios.
The simulator also demonstrates
the CEESIM versatility allowing
for direct stimulation using radio
frequency, intermediate frequen-
cy, and digital outputs.
SENSORS
Military biometrics sensors and database technology to
be provided by Northrop Grumman and IntegenX
Biometrics identifcation experts at the Northrop Grumman Corp.
Information Systems segment in McLean, Va., and teammate IntegenX Inc.
in Pleasanton, Calif., will supply the IntegenX RapidHIT 200 Human DNA
Identifcation System to the U.S. Army Biometrics Identity Management
Agency in Washington as part of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)
Biometrics Operations and Support ServicesUnrestricted (BOSS-U)
contract.
The RapidHIT 200 automates how DOD
standardizes DNA profles from cheek swabs,
objects, and other human tissue samples. DOD
offcials use DNA profles from the RapidHIT 200
to match collected samples with existing DNA
records in domestic and international databases.
Local, federal, and international law enforcement
use this database to make arrests, protect
national borders, and analyze crime scene evidence.
Northrop Grumman produces the Automated Biometric Identifcation
System biometric repository for DOD, as well as the Biometric Identifcation
System for Access system for DOD base access control. Northrop Grumman
also provides the IDENT1 crime scene biometric repository system for the
United Kingdoms National Policing Improvement Agency.
The RapidHIT 200 is a self-contained, automated system for human
DNA identifcation, providing automatic sample to DNA profle processing
and evaluation in the feld. The sample-to-answer system can process as
many as eight samples, including controls, with short tandem repeat (STR)
analysis, in less than two hours for human identity testing. The system is
based on microfuidic chip prototyping.
Users load as many as eight samples in disposable cartridges. The
system extracts DNA from the samples and performs STR amplifcations,
electrophoretic separations, and software analysis to generate profles,
compatible with CODIS and international databases, in less than two hours,
company offcials say.
FOR MORE INFORMATION visit Northrop Grumman Information Systems
online at www.is.northropgrumman.com, or IntegenX at http://integenx.com.
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REAL-TIME SOFTWARE
Green Hills enhances
fagship Integrity real-
time operating system
Green Hills Software in Santa Bar-
bara, Calif., is offering a major up-
grade to the companys fagship
real-time operating system (RTOS)
called Integrity 11, which includes
performance, security, reliabili-
ty, and communications improve-
ments for the latest real-time, mis-
sion-critical embedded computing
systems. Integrity 11 real-time soft-
ware provides an optimized com-
munications mechanism called
Green Hills IPC (GIPC), which is fve
times faster than Linux AF_LOCAL
sockets, company offcials say. Na-
tive Integrity, as well as Linux pro-
cesses, executing in virtual ma-
chines, can take advantage of GIPC.
The Integrity 11 network stack also
includes support for additional RFCs
and capabilities, such as equal cost
multi-path (ECMP) routing. The en-
hanced real-time operating system
supports POSIX APIs and middle-
ware, such as DDS and CORBA.
FOR MORE INFORMATION visit
Green Hills Software online at
www.ghs.com.
CONNECTORS
Rugged connectors for
military power applications
introduced by ITT
ITT Interconnect Solutions in San-
ta Ana, Calif., is introducing the APD
series transportation connectors to
overcome the harsh environments
commonly found in heavy trans-
portation applications. APD rugged
connectors also are applicable to
military and industrial applications
that demand a small, lightweight,
harsh-environment connector.
Sealed to IP67/IP69K and vibration
resistant, the connectors include 1-
and 2-way high-power and 4-way
high-voltage interconnects to 51-
way interface connectors, plus spe-
cial sensors and PCB-type versions.
Electrical specifcations cover re-
quirements to 48 volts DC and to
240 amps of power. Manufactured
from materials that resist expo-
sure to diesel fuel, as well as oil and
brake fuids, APD connectors have a
bayonet locking system to cope with
high vibration.
FOR MORE INFORMATION visit ITT
Interconnect Solutions online at
www.ittcannon.com.
RUGGED COMPUTERS
Rugged box computer
with AMD microprocessor
for avionics and railway
applications introduced
by MEN Micro
MEN Micro Inc. in Ambler, Pa., is in-
troducing the BC1 rugged comput-
er box with AMD processors for rail-
way, mission-critical, mobile, and
avionics applications that require
low power consumption and high
graphics performance. The rugged
computer is designed to connect
two or more displays, and has mod-
ular construction that enables users
to confgure it to a wide variety of
rugged applications. Powering the
box computer is AMDs integrated
T52R Accelerated Processing Unit
(APU), which integrates the Radeon
HD 6310 graphics processor and a
1.5-gigahertz, single-core x86 CPU.
Six other AMD processors are avail-
able. The unit comes with two Dis-
playPorts, each offering a maximum
resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels.
The frst port can be confgured for
a USB connection to allow for touch
functionality on the display, while
the second port comes standard
with a USB channel.
FOR MORE INFORMATION visit MEN
Micro online at www.menmicro.com.
RAD-HARD ELECTRONICS
Radiation-tolerant NOR Flash
memory large enough for
application programs or kernels
introduced by Aerofex
Aerofex Inc. in Colorado Springs,
Colo., is introducing the UT8QN-
F8M8 64-megabit NOR Flash mem-
ory, a radiation-tolerant, 3-volt
memory organized as 8Mx8 or
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supply voltage of 3.3 volts for read and write func-
tions, and operates in temperatures from -55 to 105
degrees Celsius. The device is designed to be pro-
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Crane Aerospace & Electronics ....................................................................................... 21
Crystal Group, Inc. .............................................................................................................. 26
Elma Electronic ....................................................................................................................14
Extreme Engineeing Solutions ............................................................................................5
Fischer Connectors Inc. ........................................................................................................2
GAIA Converter Inc. ........................................................................................................... 29
IBI Systems, Inc. .................................................................................................................. 38
International Rectifer ..........................................................................................................3
Kontron America ...................................................................................................................1
Logic Devices ....................................................................................................................... 38
M.S. Kennedy Corporation ................................................................................................ 27
Martek Power ..........................................................................................................................7
North Atlantic Industries ................................................................................................. 33
NuWaves Engineering .........................................................................................................11
Omnetics Connector Corp. ............................................................................................... 18
Panasonic Solutions Company ........................................................................................C4
Phoenix International ........................................................................................................ 39
PIC Wire & Cable ................................................................................................................. 16
Pico Electronics, Inc. .................................................................................................... 11, 19
RGB Spectrum ..................................................................................................................... 38
Synqor....................................................................................................................................C2
TDI Power ............................................................................................................................. 34
TDK-Lambda ........................................................................................................................ 15
Themis Computer ............................................................................................................... 13
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last word
the
Dr. Jon Friedman at MathWorks dis-
cusses the importance of and provides
advice on using Model-Based Design.
Why adopt Model-Based Design?
Model-Based Design is a leading way
that aerospace companies are reduc-
ing their development time, while
maintaining or increasing the qual-
ity of their products. This model-
based approach helps engineers
explore design alternatives quickly
without the need for as much pro-
totype hardware, which often re-
quires a signifcant amount of time
to produce. Using models helps en-
gineers identify problems with their
requirements or designs early in the
development process when it is eas-
ier and quicker to fx them. To this
end, many companies have migrated
to Model-Based Design and saved on
the order of 20 percent to 60 percent
of development time.
In Model-Based Design, models
are used throughout the develop-
ment process and provide a common
platform for requirement analysis,
algorithm design, plant modeling,
code generation, and testing. Using
models, analysis and test are per-
formed early in the development
process, where errors cost less to fx
than later in the process.
What is the biggest challenge the
mil-aero community faces today?
One of the biggest challenges is liv-
ing with the complexity of modern
systems. Systems engineers used to
manage system complexity by estab-
lishing subsystems, identifying and
managing interfaces and cascading
system-level requirements to sub-
systems and components, and then
integrating at the end of the design
process. To meet timing, weight, and
cost tradeoffs, modern systems need
to be designed at the system level
rather than integrated at the end.
What advice do you offer?
Occasionally, when mil-aero orga-
nizations investigate Model-Based
Design, both managers and engineers
view the change as having the goal of
automating away jobs; in reality, the
opposite is true. Engineers shift their
focus from manual reviews and re-
work of designs to building models
that allow them to fnd and fx errors
where they are introduced. The au-
tomation of style checks, coding, and
test execution frees engineers to fo-
cus on being creative to meet cus-
tomer requirements.
Model-Based Design also supports
a culture of collaboration where en-
gineers across different teams and
with different academic backgrounds
use the same graphical program-
ming environment and talk in the
language of models. So, my advice is
to adopt Model-Based Design to sup-
port engineers in what they do well,
innovating and creating, and auto-
mate those tasks that are repetitive.
We are in a tough economic en-
vironment. To meet this challenge,
mil-aero companies want to increase
the effciency of their engineers.
One way to achieve lower cost is to
spend less time in development.
By moving simulation and analy-
sis to the beginning of the develop-
ment process, Model-Based Design
saves companies money by helping
engineers fnd errors early.
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4 Board Products
4 Communications/network
controllers
4 Data-acquisition boards
4 DSP boards
4 FPGA boards
4 Graphics/imaging boards
4 I/O boards
6 Memory boards
6 Mezzanine/daughter boards
6 Peripheral/device controllers
6 Single-board computers
9 Communications Equipment
9 Laser Communications
9 Microwave communications
9 Military telecommunications
9 Radio
9 Satellite equipment and
telemetry
9 Data Buses and Networking
9 High-speed switched fabrics
9 Network interface controllers
9 Tactical networks
9 Wired networks
9 Wireless networks
10 Data Storage
10 Data recorders
10 Optical memory
10 RAID/Computer farms
10 Solid-state memory
10 Tape memory
13 Components
13 Backplanes
13 Connectors
14 Electronic cabling
14 Enclosures and chassis
15 Filters/gasketing
15 MEMS and nanotechnology
15 Wiring harnesses
15 Displays
15 Cathode ray tube
15 Electroluminescent (EL)
displays
15 Liquid crystal displays
15 Organic light-emitting diode
(OLED) displays
15 Plasma displays
15 Integrated Circuits, Analog
15 Bipolar transistors
15 IGBTs
15 Integrated Circuits, Digital
15 A-D converters
15 ASICs
15 Communications/
networking ICs
15 D-A converters
15 Digital signal processors
15 FPGAs
15 General-purpose ICs
15 Graphics ICs
18 IP cores
18 Memory ICs
18 Microprocessors/
microcontrollers
18 Mixed-signal ICs
18 Network interface ICs
18 Peripheral/support ICs
18 Solid-state memory
20 MOSFETs
20 Passive components
20 Power discrete devices
20 Power integrated circuits
22 Rectifers
22 Thyristors
22 Power Electronics
22 Batteries
22 Motor controllers
22 Motors
22 Power distribution systems
and equipment
23 Power supplies
23 Transient voltage suppressors
23 Sensors
23 Chemical analyzers
23 Inertial
23 Infrared/ultraviolet
23 LADAR/LIDAR
23 Radar
23 Sonar
23 Tactile
23 Visible-light cameras
24 Computers
24 Desktop computers
24 Embedded computers
24 Laptop/Notebook/Handheld
computers
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24 Servers
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- tempest
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25 Electro-Optics
25 Cooling systems
25 Electro-optic materials and
substrates
25 Laser components
25 Lasers
25 LEDs
25 Lighting
25 Optical amplifers
25 Optical coatings/treatments
25 Optical detectors
25 Optical fber
25 Optical flters
25 Optical imaging
26 Optical switches
26 Optical transceivers
26 Optics
26 Ultraviolet light sources
26 Others
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26 Distributors
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28 Avionics
28 GPS systems
28 Navigation equipment
28 Shipboard/maritime
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29 RF and microwave
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29 Antennas
29 Diplexers/multiplexers
29 Discrete components
29 Filters
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29 MMICs
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30 RF attenuators
30 RF packaging
30 RF switches
30 Signal generators
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30 Up/down converters
32 Software
32 Application
32 Communications/Networking
32 Data security
32 Design and development tools
32 Graphics and simulation
32 Information security
32 Operating systems
32 Programming languages
32 Real-time operating systems
(RTOS) and kernels
34 Test and measurement
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34 HALT/HASS
34 Meters
34 Network analyzers
34 Network/databus analyzers
34 Optical test and measurement
34 Oscilloscopes
34 Portable test systems
34 Software-driven
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BOARD PRODUCTS
COMMUNICATIONS/NETWORK
CONTROLLERS
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
Avionics Interface Technologies
Avittor International Corp
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Conduant Corp
Connect Tech Inc
Crystal Group Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
CyberResearch Inc
Diamond-MT Inc
dSPACE Inc
ELMA Electronic Inc
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Honeywell Aerospace
Hypertronics Corp
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
MEN Micro Inc
Octagon Systems Corp
One Stop Systems Inc
Parvus Corp
Pentek Inc
Pleora Technologies Inc
TTTech Computertechnik AG
Unicoi Systems
DATA-ACQUISITION BOARDS
Acromag Inc
Active Silicon Inc
Active Silicon Ltd
Agilent Technologies
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
AMOtronics
BittWare
Cascade Technologies Ltd
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Conduant Corp
Connect Tech Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
CyberResearch Inc
Diamond-MT Inc
dSPACE Inc
DSPCon
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
Elan Technical Corp
ELMA Electronic Inc
Elsys Instruments
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Hypertronics Corp
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Innovative Integration
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
Keithley Instruments Inc
KineticSystems Co LLC
MEN Micro Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
National Instruments
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Octagon Systems Corp
One Stop Systems Inc
Parvus Corp
Pentek Inc
Pleora Technologies Inc
Red Rapids
SeaLevel Systems
SENER
SKY Computers Inc
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology
Ltd
TCS Space & Component Technology
Tektronix Component Solutions
Telops Inc
DSP BOARDS
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
AMOtronics
BittWare
Conduant Corp
CSP Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Diamond-MT Inc
dSPACE Inc
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Honeywell Aerospace
Hypertronics Corp
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Innovative Integration
Interconnect Systems Inc
KineticSystems Co LLC
MEN Micro Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Pentek Inc
Sensitron Semiconductor
SKY Computers Inc
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology
Ltd
TCS Space & Component Technology
Unicoi Systems
FPGA BOARDS
Acromag Inc
Active Silicon Inc
Active Silicon Ltd
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
AMOtronics
Anadigm
BittWare
CES - Creative Electronic Systems
SA
Connect Tech Inc
CSP Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Delta Commercial Vision LLC
Diamond-MT Inc
dSPACE Inc
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
ELMA Electronic Inc
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Hypertronics Corp
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Innovative Integration
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
MEN Micro Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
One Stop Systems Inc
Pentek Inc
Pleora Technologies Inc
Red Rapids
San Francisco Circuits
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology
Ltd
Telops Inc
GRAPHICS/IMAGING BOARDS
Active Silicon Inc
Active Silicon Ltd
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
ASE Optics LLC
CES - Creative Electronic Systems
SA
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Delta Commercial Vision LLC
Diamond-MT Inc
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
ELMA Electronic Inc
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Hypertronics Corp
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
LynuxWorks Inc
MEN Micro Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
One Stop Systems Inc
Parvus Corp
Pleora Technologies Inc
RGB Spectrum
SENER
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology
Ltd
Telops Inc
Themis Computer
I/O BOARDS
Acromag Inc
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
AMOtronics
Avionics Interface Technologies
AVX
Ballard Technology
BittWare
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Conduant Corp
Connect Tech Inc
Crystal Group Inc
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n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
CyberResearch Inc
Diamond-MT Inc
dSPACE Inc
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
ELMA Electronic Inc
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Honeywell Aerospace
Hypertronics Corp
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Innovative Integration
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
KineticSystems Co LLC
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
MEN Micro Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Octagon Systems Corp
One Stop Systems Inc
Parvus Corp
Pentek Inc
Phoenix International
Powell Electronics
Red Rapids
SeaLevel Systems
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
TTTech Computertechnik AG
VersaLogic Corp
MEMORY BOARDS
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Connect Tech Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Diamond-MT Inc
dSPACE Inc
ELMA Electronic Inc
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
Honeywell Aerospace
Hypertronics Corp
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
MEN Micro Inc
One Stop Systems Inc
Phoenix International
TCS Space & Component Technology
MEZZANINE/DAUGHTER
BOARDS
Acromag Inc
Ballard Technology
BittWare
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Clear Align
Conduant Corp
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Diamond-MT Inc
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
ELMA Electronic Inc
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Hybricon Corp
Intercon Inc
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Sealing Devices Inc
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Touch International
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Austin Semiconductor Inc
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Avittor International Corp
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
DeWAL Industries
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LCR Electronics
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ITT Power Solutions
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Maxwell Technologies Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
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Honeywell Aerospace
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Austin Semiconductor Inc
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Honeywell Aerospace
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One Stop Systems Inc
Texas Instruments
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Austin Semiconductor Inc
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KAMAKA Electronic GmbH
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One Stop Systems Inc
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp
Richard Maxwell
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Maxwell Technologies Inc
Touch International
SOLID-STATE MEMORY
Austin Semiconductor Inc
CyberResearch Inc
Digi-Key Corp
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Microsemi PMG
SiliconSystems Inc
TCS Space & Component Technology
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COMPONENTS/POWER ELECTRONICS/SENSORS
MOSFETS
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Holt Integrated Circuits
KAMAKA Electronic GmbH
Richard Maxwell
Semicoa Corp
Sensitron Semiconductor
Solitron Devices Inc
Thermacore Inc
PASSIVE COMPONENTS
American Aerospace Controls
Amphenol Industrial Operations
Avnet Inc
AVX
BETA Transformer Technology Corp
Cornell Dubilier Electronics
Corning Cable Systems
Digi-Key Corp
Esterline Power Systems
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Fox Electronics
Fralock
Holt Integrated Circuits
Merrimac Industries Inc
PICO Electronics Inc
Quality Thermistor Inc
Richard Maxwell
San Francisco Circuits
Schaffner EMC Inc
SOURIAU PA&E
TE Connectivity
Touch International
TT electronics
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
Tyco Electronics Circuit Protection
Products
POWER DISCRETE DEVICES
American Aerospace Controls
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Fox Electronics
Minco
Richard Maxwell
Semicoa Corp
Sensitron Semiconductor
Solitron Devices Inc
Transtector Systems Inc
TT electronics
POWER INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
Avnet Inc
Cirrus Logic Inc
Endicott Research Group (ERG) Inc
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
General Dynamics C4 Systems
KAMAKA Electronic GmbH
Micropac Industries Inc
Modular Devices Inc
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COMPONENTS/POWER ELECTRONICS/SENSORS
n MS Kennedy Corp
(See ad page 18, 22)
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp
Richard Maxwell
Sensitron Semiconductor
Transtector Systems Inc
RECTIFIERS
Abbott Technologies Inc
Analytic Systems
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
Cree Inc
Eldec Corp
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
n Gaia Converter Inc
(See ad page 20)
n Martek Power Abbott Inc
(See ad page 21)
Richard Maxwell
Sensitron Semiconductor
Solitron Devices Inc
TDI Power
Thermacore Inc
THYRISTORS
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Richard Maxwell
Sensitron Semiconductor
Thermacore Inc
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
Tyco Electronics Circuit Protection
Products
POWER ELECTRONICS
BATTERIES
1st Power
Eldec Corp
EnerSys
Micro Power Electronics Inc
ProMation Engineering Inc
Saft
STG Aerospace
Tadiran Batteries
TDI Power
MOTOR CONTROLLERS
Aerofex Motion Control Products
Aerotech Inc
Cirrus Logic Inc
Mega-Fabs Motion Systems Ltd
n MS Kennedy Corp
(See ad page 18, 22)
North Atlantic Industries Inc
ProMation Engineering Inc
Sensitron Semiconductor
MOTORS
Aerofex Motion Control Products
Aerotech Inc
Ametek Aerospace & Defense
Avnet Inc
Diamond-MT Inc
ProMation Engineering Inc
SENER
POWER DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
1st Power
Ametek Aerospace & Defense
n Behlman Electronics Inc
(See ad page 16, 17)
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COMPONENTS/POWER ELECTRONICS/SENSORS
Carson Technology Co Ltd
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Data Device Corp (DDC)
DeWAL Industries
Diamond-MT Inc
Enertronix.de
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Hybricon Corp
ProMation Engineering Inc
SENER
Sensitron Semiconductor
Spectrum Control
n SynQor Inc
(See ad CV2)
TDK-Lambda Americas
Tech Products Inc
TE Connectivity
Transtector Systems Inc
POWER SUPPLIES
1st Power
Abbott Technologies Inc
Advanced Conversion Technology Inc
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Ametek Aerospace & Defense
Analytic Systems
Avnet Inc
n Behlman Electronics Inc
(See ad page 16, 17)
BETA Transformer Technology Corp
Comdel Inc
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
dB Control
Digi-Key Corp
EIC Solutions Inc
Eldec Corp
Endicott Research Group (ERG) Inc
EnerSys
Enertronix.de
E-T-A Circuit Breakers
Evans Capacitor Co
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
n Gaia Converter Inc
(See ad page 20)
HDL Research Lab Inc
Hybricon Corp
Interpoint
ITT Power Solutions
KAMAKA Electronic GmbH
Keltec
Kepco Inc
L-com Global Connectivity
LCR Electronics
n Martek Power Abbott Inc
(See ad page 21)
MEGA Electronics Inc
Micro Power Electronics Inc
Modular Devices Inc
n MS Kennedy Corp
(See ad page 18, 22)
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Octagon Systems Corp
PerkinElmer
Phihong
Phoenix Contact
PICO Electronics Inc
Powerstax
Power Technology Inc
ProMation Engineering Inc
QuadTech Inc
Rantec Power Systems Inc
Ross Engineering Corp
Saft
Sensitron Semiconductor
Spectrum Control
STG Aerospace
n SynQor Inc
(See ad CV2)
TDI Power
TDK-Lambda Americas
Tracewell Systems
VI Chip Inc
Vicor Corp
VPT Inc
Wall Industries Inc
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE
SUPPRESSORS
1st Power
AVX
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
n Gaia Converter Inc
(See ad page 20)
High Energy Devices LLC
n Martek Power Abbott Inc
(See ad page 21)
MCG Surge Protection
Phoenix Contact
Sensitron Semiconductor
TDK-Lambda Americas
Transtector Systems Inc
Tyco Electronics Circuit Protection
Products
SENSORS
CHEMICAL ANALYZERS
Power Technology Inc
Sporian Microsystems Inc
INERTIAL
Astronautics Corp of America
Goodrich Corp
KVH Industries Inc
Spectrum Sensors
Sporian Microsystems Inc
INFRARED/ULTRAVIOLET
ASE Optics LLC
Axsys Technologies Inc
Cascade Technologies Ltd
Del Mar Photonics Inc
DRS Technologies - RSTA
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
FLIR Systems Inc
ITT Night Vision
JENOPTIK I Defense & Civil Systems
Lasersec Systems
OPTEK Technology
Opto Diode Corp
OptoTherm Inc
Powell Electronics
Power Technology Inc
Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR
Systems
Sofradir EC Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
Stanford Photonics Inc
Thermo Scientifc - CIDTEC
Thermoteknix Systems Ltd
Xenics
LADAR/LIDAR
Discovery Semiconductors Inc
JENOPTIK I Defense & Civil Systems
Lasersec Systems
Power Technology Inc
RADAR
QinetiQ
SENER
SPINNER GmbH
Statek Corp
Thermacore Inc
SONAR
Applied Signal Technology Inc
QinetiQ
Thermacore Inc
TACTILE
Goodrich Corp
Powell Electronics
Quality Thermistor Inc
S-Products Inc
Touch International
VISIBLE-LIGHT CAMERAS
Active Silicon Inc
Adimec Advanced Image Systems BV
ASE Optics LLC
Cognex Corp
Kappa optronics GmbH
Kappa optronics Inc
New Imaging Technologies (NIT)
OPELCO Inc
Photron Inc
Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR
Systems
Sony Electronics Inc
Specialised Imaging Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
Thermo Scientifc - CIDTEC
Toshiba Imaging Systems Div
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24 MARCH 2012 MILITARY & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS www.militaryaerospace.com
DESKTOP COMPUTERS
Avittor International Corp
Azonix Corp
Computer Dynamics
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
CyberResearch Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
General Dynamics C4 Systems
Germane Systems
Pentek Inc
SKY Computers Inc
Stealth.com Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
VT Miltope
EMBEDDED COMPUTERS
1st Power
Acromag Inc
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
Arada Systems Inc
Avittor International Corp
Azonix Corp
Ballard Technology
CES - Creative Electronic Systems
SA
Computer Dynamics
Crystal Group Inc
CSP Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
ELMA Electronic Inc
Emerson Network Power
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
GACI
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
General Dynamics C4 Systems
Germane Systems
Hybricon Corp
Industrial Computing
Interconnect Systems Inc
Interface Concept
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
Modular Industrial Computer Inc
Mountain Secure Systems
One Stop Systems Inc
Parvus Corp
Pentek Inc
SeaLevel Systems
SIE Computing Solutions Inc
Stealth.com Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Themis Computer
VT Miltope
LAPTOP/NOTEBOOK/HANDHELD
COMPUTERS
AMREL/American Reliance Inc
Arada Systems Inc
ATS Cases Inc
Avittor International Corp
Azonix Corp
Broadax Systems Inc
Cases2Go
Crystal Group Inc
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
Diamond-MT Inc
DRS Tactical Systems
General Dynamics C4 Systems
Getac Inc
IBI Systems Inc
Industrial Computing
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
National Instruments
Octagon Systems Corp
One Stop Systems Inc
Panasonic Computer Solutions Co
Parvus Corp
Stealth.com Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
VT Miltope
MULTICOMPUTER SYSTEMS
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
Azonix Corp
Cases2Go
Crystal Group Inc
CSP Inc
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
CyberResearch Inc
Emerson Network Power
GACI
Germane Systems
Interconnect Systems Inc
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
Pentek Inc
SKY Computers Inc
Stealth.com Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
RACK-MOUNT COMPUTERS
1st Power
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
ATS Cases Inc
Broadax Systems Inc
Canyonwest Cases LLC
Cases2Go
Computer Dynamics
Crystal Group Inc
CSP Inc
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
CyberResearch Inc
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
Emerson Network Power
GACI
GDCA Inc
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
General Digital Corp
Germane Systems
Hybricon Corp
IBI Systems Inc
Industrial Computing
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
Modular Industrial Computer Inc
One Stop Systems Inc
Pentek Inc
Radisys
SeaLevel Systems
SIE Computing Solutions Inc
SKY Computers Inc
Stealth.com Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Themis Computer
VITEC Multimedia
SERVERS
Astronautics Corp of America
Azonix Corp
Cases2Go
Crystal Group Inc
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
n EDT Inc
(See ad page 6)
Emerson Network Power
GACI
Germane Systems
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
Stealth.com Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Themis Computer
VITEC Multimedia
VT Miltope
SPECIALIZED COMPUTERS -
TEMPEST
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
DRS Tactical Systems
Emerson Network Power
Hybricon Corp
Protokraft LLC
SIE Computing Solutions Inc
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
WEARABLE COMPUTERS
AMREL/American Reliance Inc
Arada Systems Inc
Crystal Group Inc
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
General Dynamics C4 Systems
Parvus Corp
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
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COOLING SYSTEMS
Advanced Cooling Technologies
Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc
Allied International
Ametek Aerospace & Defense
EIC Solutions Inc
Fralock
Hybricon Corp
Lytron Inc
Nextreme Thermal Solutions
Thermacore Inc
ELECTRO-OPTIC MATERIALS
AND SUBSTRATES
DeWAL Industries
Dontech Inc
GigOptix Inc
IMPCO Inc
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
Ross Engineering Corp
SENER
WhiteOptics LLC
LASER COMPONENTS
ASE Optics LLC
Coherent Inc
Del Mar Photonics Inc
DILAS Diode Laser Inc
EigenLight Corp
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Frankfurt Laser Co
G-S Plastic Optics
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
Krell Technologies Inc
Lasersec Systems
n Martek Power Abbott Inc
(See ad page 21)
nLIGHT Corp
ProPhotonix Ltd
Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH
SENER
TeraXion Inc
u2t photonics AG
VAT Inc
LASERS
AKELA Laser Corp
ASE Optics LLC
ATS Cases Inc
Cascade Technologies Ltd
Coherent Inc
Del Mar Photonics Inc
DILAS Diode Laser Inc
DRS Technologies - RSTA
Exalos AG
Frankfurt Laser Co
Krell Technologies Inc
Lasersec Systems
Newport Corp
nLIGHT Corp
OFS Fitel LLC
Optocap Ltd
ProPhotonix Ltd
Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH
Sacher Lasertechnik LLC
SENER
SPI Lasers UK Ltd
TeraXion Inc
LEDS
ASE Optics LLC
Carley Lamps
Carson Technology Co Ltd
Cree Inc
Deshun Technology Co Ltd
Diamond-MT Inc
ELMA Electronic Inc
EMTEQ
Exalos AG
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Frankfurt Laser Co
Industrial Computing
INNOTRONIKS
L-3 Electrodynamics Inc
Lambda Research Corp
Micropac Industries Inc
OPTEK Technology
Optocap Ltd
Opto Diode Corp
Peerless Electronics Inc
PRP Optoelectronics
StacoSystems
TT electronics
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
UBLeds Co Ltd
WhiteOptics LLC
Wilbrecht Ledco Inc
LIGHTING
Carley Lamps
Carson Technology Co Ltd
Deshun Technology Co Ltd
n Martek Power Abbott Inc
(See ad page 21)
OPTEK Technology
STG Aerospace
TT electronics
UBLeds Co Ltd
WhiteOptics LLC
OPTICAL AMPLIFIERS
n Advanced Photonix/Picometrix
(See ad page 27)
Lasersec Systems
nLIGHT Corp
Opto Diode Corp
Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH
Sacher Lasertechnik LLC
Specialised Imaging Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
Touch International
WhiteOptics LLC
OPTICAL COATINGS/
TREATMENTS
Axsys Technologies Inc
Deposition Sciences Inc (DSI)
Dontech Inc
G-S Plastic Optics
IRphotonics
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
Rudolph Brothers & Co
Sacher Lasertechnik LLC
Specialty Coating Systems
SwissOptic
Sycamore Glass Components
WhiteOptics LLC
OPTICAL DETECTORS
n Advanced Photonix/Picometrix
(See ad page 27)
ASE Optics LLC
Cognex Corp
Discovery Semiconductors Inc
DRS Technologies - RSTA
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Micropac Industries Inc
New Imaging Technologies (NIT)
Ophir-Photon LLC
OPTEK Technology
Opto Diode Corp
Photron Inc
QinetiQ
Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR
Systems
Sofradir EC Inc
Specialised Imaging Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
Thermo Scientifc - CIDTEC
Toshiba Imaging Systems Div
u2t photonics AG
Xenics
OPTICAL FIBER
3SAE Technologies Inc
AFL
Amphenol Fiber Systems International
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
Corning Cable Systems
DILAS Diode Laser Inc
EigenLight Corp
FiberSavvy.com
IMC Networks
IRphotonics
Krell Technologies Inc
KVH Industries Inc
L-com Global Connectivity
OFS Fitel LLC
Optocap Ltd
OPTOTEC SpA
Protokraft LLC
Sabritec
Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH
TE Connectivity
Virginia Panel Corp
OPTICAL FILTERS
Axsys Technologies Inc
Deposition Sciences Inc (DSI)
G-S Plastic Optics
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
L-3 Electrodynamics Inc
Newport Corp
OEwaves Inc
Sofradir EC Inc
Sycamore Glass Components
Touch International
OPTICAL IMAGING
AFL
ASE Optics LLC
Axsys Technologies Inc
Cognex Corp
Delta Commercial Vision LLC
DRS Technologies - RSTA
Goodrich Corp
Kappa optronics GmbH
KEYENCE Corp
Lambda Research Corp
OPELCO Inc
OPTEK Technology
Photron Inc
SENER
Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR
Systems
Specialised Imaging Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
Telops Inc
Toshiba Imaging Systems Div
Touch International
Xenics
ELECTRO-OPTICS
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ELECTRO-OPTICS
OPTICAL SWITCHES
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
FiberSavvy.com
IMC Networks
Interface Concept
Luceo Technologies GmbH
StacoSystems
SurplusEQ.com Inc
OPTICAL TRANSCEIVERS
Discovery Semiconductors Inc
Exalos AG
IMC Networks
Micropac Industries Inc
Protokraft LLC
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teledyne Microelectronic
Technologies
OPTICS
Advanced Optics Inc
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc
ASE Optics LLC
Axsys Technologies Inc
Del Mar Photonics Inc
Deposition Sciences Inc (DSI)
DRS Technologies - RSTA
EigenLight Corp
Frankfurt Laser Co
G-S Plastic Optics
IRphotonics
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
Krell Technologies Inc
Lambda Research Corp
Lasersec Systems
New Imaging Technologies (NIT)
Newport Corp
ProPhotonix Ltd
Sacher Lasertechnik LLC
Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR
Systems
SurplusEQ.com Inc
SwissOptic
Sycamore Glass Components
TE Connectivity
Touch International
WhiteOptics LLC
W L Gore & Associates
ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT SOURCES
Coherent Inc
Deshun Technology Co Ltd
Frankfurt Laser Co
Lasersec Systems
SurplusEQ.com Inc
OTHERS
ASSEMBLY/SUBCONTRACT
SERVICES
3SAE Technologies Inc
AbelConn LLC
Adaptive Innovations
Aerofex Colorado Springs
Amkor Technology Inc
ASE Optics LLC
Austin Semiconductor Inc
Avittor International Corp
Avnet Inc
BEST Inc
Diagnosys Systems
DILAS Diode Laser Inc
Dontech Inc
Elan Technical Corp
Electro-Mech Components Inc
Federal Electronics Inc
Fischer Connectors
Fralock
GDCA Inc
HALT and HASS Labs
HUBER+SUHNER Inc
IMPCO Inc
Jabil Defense and Aerospace Services
(JDAS)
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
KITCO Fiber Optics
Micropac Industries Inc
n MS Kennedy Corp
(See ad page 18, 22)
MTI Electronics
Murrietta Circuits
Nexlogic Technologies Inc
nLIGHT Corp
Optocap Ltd
OPTOTEC SpA
ProPhotonix Ltd
n PIC Wire & Cable
(See ad page 14)
Powell Electronics
PRP Optoelectronics
Qualmark Corp
RF Precision Products
Sparton Complex Systems
Specialty Coating Systems
S-Products Inc
Suntron Corp
TCS Space & Component Technology
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teledyne Microelectronic
Technologies
Touch International
Tracewell Systems
Triple E
TRITEC Developments Ltd
Universal Robotics Inc
CONSULTANTS
Adaptive Innovations
Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc
ASE Optics LLC
Carson Technology Co Ltd
Delta Commercial Vision LLC
Diagnosys Systems
DLS Electronic Systems Inc
Dontech Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
e-con Systems India Pvt Ltd
EMCCons Dr Rasek GmbH & Co KG
Garwood Laboratories Inc
HALT and HASS Labs
HC Controls Inc
IMPCO Inc
Industrial Training Consultants Inc
Kappa optronics GmbH
The Light Brigade Inc
Nexlogic Technologies Inc
Objective Interface Systems Inc
RSoft Design Group
San Francisco Circuits
Sparton Complex Systems
Specialised Imaging Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
SuperPower Inc
Systel
TCS Space & Component Technology
Touch International
TRITEC Developments Ltd
Wyle
DISTRIBUTORS
3SAE Technologies Inc
Allied International
Arrow Americas Components
Avnet Inc
BEST Inc
BTC Electronic Components Inc
Canyonwest Cases LLC
Carson Technology Co Ltd
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
FiberSavvy.com
Fralock
Gemini Electronic Components
HC Controls Inc
Hoyt Electrical Instrument
JTime Inc
Nexlogic Technologies Inc
Powell Electronics
ProMation Engineering Inc
Psychsoftpc
Richard Maxwell
Rudolph Brothers & Co
Smitties Lights and Sirens
STI Electronics Inc
SuperPower Inc
Touch International
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
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PLATFORM SYSTEMS/SUBSYSTEMS
AVIONICS
Advanced Cooling Technologies
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
Ametek Aerospace & Defense
ASE Optics LLC
Astronautics Corp of America
ATS Cases Inc
Avionics Interface Technologies
Ballard Technology
BETA Transformer Technology Corp
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
CES - Creative Electronic Systems
SA
Cobham Defense Electronics
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Dontech Inc
ELMA Electronic Inc
EMTEQ
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc
(X-ES)
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GACI
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
General Digital Corp
Germane Systems
Holt Integrated Circuits
Honeywell Aerospace
Hybricon Corp
Industrial Computing
Interface Concept
Kappa optronics GmbH
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
L-3 Electrodynamics Inc
MEN Micro Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Parvus Corp
n PIC Wire & Cable
(See ad page 14)
Protokraft LLC
Psychsoftpc
QinetiQ
Saft
Sandel Avionics
SENER
Sensitron Semiconductor
SIE Computing Solutions Inc
SKY Computers Inc
Spectrum Sensors
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Speel Praha Ltd
StacoSystems
Statek Corp
Suntron Corp
Triple E
GPS SYSTEMS
ASE Optics LLC
ATS Cases Inc
Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp
General Digital Corp
Industrial Computing
L-3 Communications Interstate
Electronics Corp
Mobile Mark
QinetiQ
SENER
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Triple E
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc
Applied Signal Technology Inc
Astronautics Corp of America
ATS Cases Inc
Cobham Defense Electronics
Dontech Inc
General Digital Corp
Industrial Computing
ITT Electronic Systems
KVH Industries Inc
MEN Micro Inc
Mobile Mark
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Sandel Avionics
SENER
SPINNER GmbH
Statek Corp
Suntron Corp
Triple E
SHIPBOARD/MARITIME
ELECTRONICS
Advanced Cooling Technologies
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
Amphenol Fiber Systems International
AR Receiver Systems
ATS Cases Inc
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Computer Dynamics
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
Dontech Inc
Dynatem Inc
ELMA Electronic Inc
GACI
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
General Digital Corp
Germane Systems
Hoyt Electrical Instrument
Hybricon Corp
Hypertronics Corp
Industrial Computing
Interface Concept
ITT Electronic Systems
KITCO Fiber Optics
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
KVH Industries Inc
MEN Micro Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
Modular Devices Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
PICO Electronics Inc
n PIC Wire & Cable
(See ad page 14)
Protokraft LLC
RGB Spectrum
Saft
SENER
SKY Computers Inc
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
StacoSystems
Suntron Corp
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Thales Communications Inc
Thermacore Inc
Triple E
TRAINING AND SIMULATION
1st Power
Amphenol Fiber Systems International
ATS Cases Inc
Avionics Interface Technologies
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Garwood Laboratories Inc
General Digital Corp
Germane Systems
Industrial Computing
JENOPTIK I Defense & Civil Systems
Kappa optronics GmbH
KITCO Fiber Optics
Lasersec Systems
PRP Optoelectronics
Psychsoftpc
QinetiQ
RGB Spectrum
SAIC
SENER
Technology Advancement Group Inc
(TAG)
Textron Systems
VETRONICS
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
ATS Cases Inc
BETA Transformer Technology Corp
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
ELMA Electronic Inc
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GACI
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(See ad page 7)
General Digital Corp
Holt Integrated Circuits
Interface Concept
n Kontron
(See ad page 8)
Modular Devices Inc
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Parvus Corp
Pleora Technologies Inc
Protokraft LLC
Sensitron Semiconductor
SIE Computing Solutions Inc
SKY Computers Inc
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Thermacore Inc
PLATFORM SYSTEMS/SUBSYSTEMS
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RF AND MICROWAVE
AMPLIFIERS
Advanced Microwave Products
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
n Aethercomm Inc
(See ad page 31)
Analog Devices
Arrow Americas Components
AVO Photonics
Comdel Inc
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
dB Control
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GigOptix Inc
GPS Source Inc
IMT
Keltec
L-3 Communications Interstate
Electronics Corp
L-com Global Connectivity
MARS Antennas & RF Systems Ltd
Merrimac Industries Inc
National Semiconductor
n NuWaves Engineering Ltd
(See ad page 30)
OPHIR RF
Pamir Electronics Corp
Powell Electronics
Sensitron Semiconductor
SHF Communication Technologies AG
Signal Technology
Tektronix Component Solutions
TriQuint Semiconductor
ANTENNAS
Allied International
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
Cmpter Electronics
Cobham Defense Electronics
Fralock
GPS Source Inc
HUBER+SUHNER Inc
L-com Global Connectivity
MARS Antennas & RF Systems Ltd
MICRO-ANT LLC
Mobile Mark
Phoenix Contact
Powell Electronics
Teseq
Willtek
DIPLEXERS/MULTIPLEXERS
GPS Source Inc
MARS Antennas & RF Systems Ltd
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad CV4)
SPINNER GmbH
DISCRETE COMPONENTS
Allied International
American Aerospace Controls
Amkor Technology Inc
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Fox Electronics
GPS Source Inc
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad CV4)
n Noisecom (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad page 35, CV4)
Powell Electronics
Richard Maxwell
TE Connectivity
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
u2t photonics AG
FILTERS
Agilent Technologies Inc
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
DJM Electronics
Fralock
GPS Source Inc
LCR Electronics
Merrimac Industries Inc
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad CV4)
OEwaves Inc
Pamir Electronics Corp
Schaffner EMC Inc
Sealing Devices Inc
Spectrum Control
SPINNER GmbH
Tektronix Component Solutions
TriQuint Semiconductor
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZERS
Aerofex Test Solutions
Comdel Inc
INNOTRONIKS
n NuWaves Engineering Ltd
(See ad page 30)
Pamir Electronics Corp
Tektronix Component Solutions
HYBRIDS
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
KAMAKA Electronic GmbH
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad CV4)
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teledyne Microelectronic
Technologies
MICROWAVE SUBASSEMBLIES
Advanced Microwave Products
n Aethercomm Inc
(See ad page 31)
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
HUBER+SUHNER Inc
IMT
Merrimac Industries Inc
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad CV4)
RF Precision Products
Signal Technology
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teledyne Microelectronic
Technologies
u2t photonics AG
W L Gore & Associates
MIXED-SIGNAL DEVICES
Amkor Technology Inc
DSPCon
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
GigOptix Inc
GPS Source Inc
Pamir Electronics Corp
Tektronix Component Solutions
MMICS
Amkor Technology Inc
GigOptix Inc
TriQuint Semiconductor
OSCILLATORS/SYNTHESIZERS
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
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RF AND MICROWAVE
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Fox Electronics
n NuWaves Engineering Ltd
(See ad page 30)
OEwaves Inc
Pamir Electronics Corp
Signal Technology
Tektronix Component Solutions
TriQuint Semiconductor
RF ATTENUATORS
Agilent Technologies Inc
Analog Devices
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
Dynamic Systems Inc
Fralock
GPS Source Inc
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad CV4)
RF Precision Products
SV Microwave Inc
Tektronix Component Solutions
RF PACKAGING
Amkor Technology Inc
Aries Electronics Inc
Fralock
Merrimac Industries Inc
Optocap Ltd
SOURIAU PA&E
Tech Products Inc
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teledyne Microelectronic
Technologies
RF SWITCHES
n Aethercomm Inc
(See ad page 31)
Agilent Technologies Inc
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(See ad page 19)
Electro-Mech Components Inc
GPS Source Inc
IMT
INNOTRONIKS
Pamir Electronics Corp
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp
Powell Electronics
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teseq
TriQuint Semiconductor
n TTI Inc
(See ad page 12)
SIGNAL GENERATORS
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Aerofex Test Solutions
Agilent Technologies Inc
Averna
Berkeley Nucleonics Corp
GPS Source Inc
n Noisecom (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad page 35, CV4)
Rohde & Schwarz
TRANSMIT/RECEIVE MODULES
Advanced Microwave Products
n Aethercomm Inc
(See ad page 31)
IMT
Innovative Integration
Keltec
n NuWaves Engineering Ltd
(See ad page 30)
OEwaves Inc
Powell Electronics
Signal Technology
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Tektronix Component Solutions
Teseq
u2t photonics AG
UP/DOWN CONVERTERS
n Behlman Electronics Inc
(See ad page 16, 17)
DSPCon
IMT
MEGA Electronics Inc
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
n NuWaves Engineering Ltd
(See ad page 30)
PICO Electronics Inc
Red Rapids
Signal Technology
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
Tektronix Component Solutions
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SOFTWARE
APPLICATION
1st Power
AdaCore
Anadigm
Astronautics Corp of America
Atego
Avittor International Corp
dSPACE Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
GridPlex Networks
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Kappa optronics GmbH
Keithley Instruments Inc
Klocwork
K-Sun Corp
LynuxWorks Inc
Mega-Fabs Motion Systems Ltd
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Objective Interface Systems Inc
Open iT Inc
Phoenix Contact
Photron Inc
Real-Time Innovations
Telkonet Inc
Unicoi Systems
Universal Robotics Inc
VITEC Multimedia
COMMUNICATIONS/
NETWORKING
Applied Signal Technology Inc
Arada Systems Inc
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Connect Tech Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Green Hills Software Inc
GridPlex Networks
Harris CapRock Communications
Honeywell Aerospace
IMC Networks
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Objective Interface Systems Inc
Pleora Technologies Inc
QinetiQ
Real-Time Innovations
RSoft Design Group
Spectrum Signal Processing by
Vecima
SYSGO
Telkonet Inc
TTTech Computertechnik AG
Unicoi Systems
Vector Informatik GmbH
VITEC Multimedia
DATA SECURITY
Applied Signal Technology Inc
Atego
Avittor International Corp
Dynamic Systems Inc
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Global Training Solutions Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Klocwork
LynuxWorks Inc
Objective Interface Systems Inc
QinetiQ
SiliconSystems Inc
Storage Clarity
Telkonet Inc
Unicoi Systems
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
TOOLS
AdaCore
Agilent Technologies Inc
Aldec Inc
Anadigm
Atego
Ballard Technology
BittWare
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Connect Tech Inc
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
DDC-I Inc
dSPACE Inc
GrammaTech Inc
Green Hills Software Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Lambda Research Corp
LynuxWorks Inc
Mega-Fabs Motion Systems Ltd
Mentor Graphics
nLIGHT Corp
Objective Interface Systems Inc
Real-Time Innovations
RSoft Design Group
Synopsys Inc
TTTech Computertechnik AG
Unicoi Systems
Vector Informatik GmbH
GRAPHICS AND SIMULATION
Active Silicon Ltd
Ballard Technology
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(See ad page 5)
dSPACE Inc
Global Training Solutions Inc
HC Controls Inc
Industrial Training Consultants Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Objective Interface Systems Inc
Universal Robotics Inc
Vector Informatik GmbH
INFORMATION SECURITY
AdaCore
Atego
Avittor International Corp
Dynamic Systems Inc
Global Training Solutions Inc
Green Hills Software Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Klocwork
Objective Interface Systems Inc
QinetiQ
SYSGO
Unicoi Systems
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Applied Signal Technology Inc
Arinc Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
Global Training Solutions Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Klocwork
SYSGO
Unicoi Systems
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
AdaCore
Atego
DDC-I Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
Global Training Solutions Inc
Green Hills Software Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Klocwork
Mega-Fabs Motion Systems Ltd
REAL-TIME OPERATING
SYSTEMS (RTOS) AND KERNELS
AdaCore
Applied Signal Technology Inc
Avittor International Corp
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
DDC-I Inc
Dynamic Systems Inc
Green Hills Software Inc
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
Interface Concept
SYSGO
TTTech Computertechnik AG
Unicoi Systems
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TEST AND MEASUREMENT
COTS UPSCREENING
Amkor Technology Inc
Austin Semiconductor Inc
Cascade TEK
CyberResearch Inc
n Falcon Electronics
(See ad page 13)
Garwood Laboratories Inc
Hi-Rel Products
Industrial Computing
North Atlantic Industries Inc
Quality Thermistor Inc
Suntron Corp
Tektronix Component Solutions
Zero Ground LLC
EMC COMPLIANCE
1st Power
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Agilent Technologies Inc
Circuit Insights LLC
DJM Electronics
DLS Electronic Systems Inc
Fralock
Garwood Laboratories Inc
QinetiQ
Zero Ground LLC
HALT/HASS
Adaptive Innovations
Cascade TEK
Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ)
DLS Electronic Systems Inc
EMCCons Dr Rasek GmbH & Co KG
Garwood Laboratories Inc
HALT and HASS Labs
Hi-Rel Products
Keithley Instruments Inc
Qualmark Corp
Suntron Corp
Tektronix Component Solutions
METERS
Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc
Agilent Technologies Inc
AR Receiver Systems
n Boonton (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad page 33, CV4)
Fiber Optic Hardware
Gamma Scientifc
HC Controls Inc
JENOPTIK I Defense & Civil Systems
Keithley Instruments Inc
n Noisecom (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad page 35, CV4)
QuadTech Inc
Rohde & Schwarz
Ross Engineering Corp
RWC Testing & Lab Supplies
NETWORK ANALYZERS
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Agilent Technologies Inc
Avionics Interface Technologies
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Circuit Insights LLC
EXFO
In-Phase Technologies Inc
Rohde & Schwarz
Vector Informatik GmbH
NETWORK/DATABUS
ANALYZERS
Avionics Interface Technologies
Ballard Technology
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
Data Bus Products
Data Device Corp (DDC)
Vector Informatik GmbH
OPTICAL TEST AND
MEASUREMENT
3SAE Technologies Inc
Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc
AFL
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc
Agilent Technologies Inc
AMOtronics
ASE Optics LLC
ATS Cases Inc
Berkeley Nucleonics Corp
Corning Cable Systems
Discovery Semiconductors Inc
EigenLight Corp
EXFO
Fiber Optic Hardware
FiberSavvy.com
Gamma Scientifc
Garwood Laboratories Inc
Goodrich Corp
Hirox-USA Inc
JENOPTIK I Defense & Civil Systems
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
Kappa optronics GmbH
Kappa optronics Inc
KEYENCE Corp
KITCO Fiber Optics
Krell Technologies Inc
Lambda Research Corp
Luceo Technologies GmbH
Luciol Instruments SA
New Imaging Technologies (NIT)
Newport Corp
Ophir-Photon LLC
Opto System Co Ltd
OPTOTEC SpA
Photron Inc
Qualmark Corp
RWC Testing & Lab Supplies
Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH
Sacher Lasertechnik LLC
SHF Communication Technologies AG
Sofradir EC Inc
Specialised Imaging Inc
Specialised Imaging Ltd
SurplusEQ.com Inc
SwissOptic
Telops Inc
Toshiba Imaging Systems Div
TRITEC Developments Ltd
WhiteOptics LLC
OSCILLOSCOPES
Agilent Technologies Inc
AMOtronics
ATS Cases Inc
KineticSystems Co LLC
Ross Engineering Corp
PORTABLE TEST SYSTEMS
Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc
Aerofex Cupertino
Aerofex Test Solutions
Agilent Technologies Inc
AMOtronics
Astronics DME Corp
ATS Cases Inc
Averna
Azimuth Systems
Berkeley Nucleonics Corp
Canyonwest Cases LLC
Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ)
Circuit Insights LLC
Diagnosys Systems
DSPCon
EXFO
GACI
Gamma Scientifc
Garwood Laboratories Inc
HC Controls Inc
Hi-Rel Products
Keithley Instruments Inc
KineticSystems Co LLC
North Atlantic Industries Inc
QuadTech Inc
Ross Engineering Corp
RWC Testing & Lab Supplies
Teseq
Vector Informatik GmbH
Willtek
SOFTWARE-DRIVEN
INSTRUMENTATION
Aerofex Cupertino
Aerofex Test Solutions
Agilent Technologies Inc
AMOtronics
Astronics DME Corp
n Boonton (A Wireless Telecom
Group Co)
(See ad page 33, CV4)
Coherent Inc
Diagnosys Systems
DSPCon
Gamma Scientifc
L-3 Communications Interstate
Electronics Corp
OEwaves Inc
Ophir-Photon LLC
QuadTech Inc
Red Rapids
Universal Robotics Inc
Willtek
SPECTRUM ANALYZERS
Aerofex Test Solutions
Agilent Technologies Inc
ATS Cases Inc
Cascade Technologies Ltd
Coherent Inc
EXFO
Gamma Scientifc
Luceo Technologies GmbH
Newport Corp
Qualmark Corp
Rohde & Schwarz
Willtek
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36 MARCH 2012 MILITARY & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS www.militaryaerospace.com
1st Power
Rugged Power-Global Solutions Div, (sub of Energy
Technologies Inc), 219 Park Ave E, Mansfeld, OH
44902, 419-522-4444, sales@1stpower.com,
www.1stpower.com
Provides high-reliability milspec MilitaryPower which
includes intelligent rackmount UPS, frequency-converters
and PDUs used in ships/submarines, aircraft and
tactical-vehicles worldwide. The rugged TacticalPower
provides reliable power for global C4ISR, including lighter
weight, diesel/JP-8/JP-5 TacticalGenerators and more.
3SAE Technologies Inc
318 Seaboard Ln, Suite 212, Franklin, TN 37067,
615-778-8812, sales@3sae.com, www.3sae.com
Manufactures optical fber preparation equipment,
including strippers, automated preparation units, cleavers,
plasma, polyimide strippers, and more. Distributes fusion
splicers for all major splicing manufacturers as a provider
of low volume, custom specialty fber assemblies.
AAA OEM & ODM Ltd
LED Dept, Rm 602 B, 6/F, Fook Cheong Bldg,
63 Hoi Yuen Rd, Kwun Tong, Kowloon Hong Kong,
86-852-238-89538, sales@aaaoemodm.com,
www.aaaoemodm.com
Manufactures the LED Flu T8 tube (diameter 26 x 26 mm)
with UL pending for 9, 15, 18 and 22W along with new
products in 2012.
Abbott Technologies Inc
8203 Vineland Ave, Sun Valley, CA 91352,
800-367-8200, www.abbott-tech.com
Offers a source for power management solutions for some
of the most demanding real-world applications that require
unusually high levels of reliability and performance.
AbelConn LLC
9210 Science Center Dr, New Hope, MN 55428,
763-533-3533, www.abelconn.com
Manufactures backplanes, associated connectors, and
custom interconnect products strictly for the military
and aerospace sectors. Has QPL/QML listings for
MIL-A-28870 and MIL-C-55302, among others, and is
qualifed to ISO 9000:2000 and AS9100.
Acromag Inc
30765 S Wixom Rd, PO Box 437, Wixom, MI
48393-7037, 248-295-0880, sales@acromag.com,
www.acromag.com
Designs and manufactures measurement and control
instrumentation products for manufacturing, military,
transportation, utilities, and scientifc research industries.
Bus board embedded I/O solutions operate on VMEbus,
PCI, and CompactPCI computer platforms, as well as
industry pack and PMC mezzanine module standards.
Industrial PC products have plug-in I/O modules.
Active Silicon Inc
479 Jumpers Hole Rd, Suite 301, Severna Pk, MD
21146, 410-696 7642, info@activesilicon.com,
www.activesilicon.com
Designs and manufactures frame grabbers and
embedded vision systems in PCI express, COM express,
PCI/104-express, PMC, and cPCI form factors. Available
for Windows, DOS, Linux, VxWorks, QNX and Mac OS X.
Provides support for CoaXPress, HD-SDI, Camera Link
(including PoCL), LVDS and analog cameras.
Active Silicon Ltd
Pinewood Mews, Bond Close, Iver SL0 0NA UK,
44-1753-650-600, info@activesilicon.com,
www.activesilicon.com
Designs and manufactures frame grabbers and
embedded vision systems in PCI Express, COM
Express, PCI/104-Express, PMC, and cPCI form
factors. Available for Windows, DOS, Linux, VxWorks,
QNX and Mac OS X. Provides support for CoaXPress,
HD-SDI, Camera Link (including PoCL), LVDS and
analog cameras.
AdaCore
104 Fifth Ave, 15th Fl, New York, NY 10011,
212-620-7300, sales@adacore.com, www.adacore.com
Provides solutions for Ada and Spark, modern
programming languages for developing
safety-and-security-critical software. GNAT Pro, the
commercial-grade open-source development environment,
comes with frontline support and is available on more
platforms than any other technology. Ada and GNAT Pro
have a long history of use in high-integrity applications.
Adaptive Innovations
1315 Nelson St, Unit 8, Lakewood, CO 80215,
303-362-0400, info@a-i-corp.com, www.a-i-corp.com
Provides electro-mechanical engineering specializing in
the design and building of custom fxturing, equipment
and machine automation systems. Experts in designing
and fabricating HASS, ESS, and vibration test fxtures,
automated testers, pick-n-place machines and sorters,
and custom equipment, with a proven track record of
delivering successful projects.
Adimec Advanced Image Systems BV
Luchthavenweg 91, Eindhoven, N-Br 5657EA
The Netherlands, 31-40-2353900,
marketing@adimec.com, www.adimec.com
Supplies high-end cameras for machine vision, medical
and outdoor imaging applications. Its patented True
Accurate Imaging technology forms the foundation for its
broad range of camera products, and brings new levels of
precision and accuracy to vision systems.
Advanced Conversion Technology Inc
2001 Fulling Mill Rd, Middletown, PA 17057,
717-939-2300, mail@actpower.com,
www.actpower.com
Produces an extensive range of custom AC/DC power
supplies and custom DC/DC power supplies, as well
as custom linear, rack mounted VME and COTS power
supplies for the US military forces including Air Force,
Army, Navy, Coast Guard and the Marines.
Advanced Cooling Technologies
1046 New Holland Ave, Lancaster, PA 17601,
717-295-6061, info@1-act.com, www.1-act.com
Provides custom thermal management solutions. Products
include heat pipes, vapor chambers, HiK plates, and
two-phase loops, and pumped systems.
Advanced Interconnections Corp
5 Energy Way, West Warwick, RI 02893, 401-823-5200,
info@advanced.com, www.advanced.com
Designs and manufactures electronic interconnect
products, including IC sockets and adapters,
board-to-board connectors, and screw-machined
terminals. New products include high density SMT
connectors and fne pitch BGA socketing systems for
both RoHS compliant and exempt applications with
mission-critical reliability.
Advanced Microwave Products
8748 Technology Way, Reno, NV 89521, 775-345-9933,
sales@advmw.com, www.advmw.com
Designs and manufactures microwave transmitters and
receivers for military, UVS, UAV, UGV, and surveillance
applications. Offers miniature video/audio/data
transmitters and receivers including COFDM and
encrypted product lines from UHF through C-band. All
product lines are capable of harsh environments and offer
high performance in compact, rugged packaging.
Advanced Optics Inc
PO Box 117, Pewaukee, WI 53072-0117,
262-548-1155, sales@advancedoptics.com,
www.advancedoptics.com
Manufactures precision and custom optical components.
Product line includes optical fats, fat mirrors, optical
windows, and specialty optics. From commercial fatness
to 1/20 wave, many catalog optics are in stock for
immediate delivery.
n Advanced Photonix/Picometrix
2925 Boardwalk, Ann Arbor, MI 48104,
734-864-5600, sales@advancedphotonix.com,
www.advancedphotonix.com
Supplies electro-optic solutions and terahertz sensors
and instrumentation to a global OEM customer base.
(See ad page 27)
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
10401 Roselle St, San Diego, CA 92121,
858-558-6500, rentals@atecorp.com,
www.atecorp.com
Supplies complete testing solutions for EMC, defense,
telecom, power quality, environmental and similar testing
applications. Celebrating 30 years in business, the
company takes pride in serving customers with invaluable
expertise and technical support. ISO 9001 and HUB Zone
certifed.
Advanced Thermal Solutions Inc
89-27 Access Rd, Norwood, MA 02062, 781-769-2800,
sales@qats.com, www.qats.com
Engineers and manufactures complete thermal and
mechanical packaging solutions from analysis and
testing to fnal production. Provides a range of heat sinks
and laboratory-quality thermal instrumentation, along
with thermal design consulting services and training.
Provides the industry with a one-stop-shop for thermal
management and packaging solutions.
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Aerofex Colorado Springs
(div of Aerofex), 4350 Centennial Blvd, Colorado Springs,
CO 80907, 719-594-8035, ams-info@aerofex.com,
www.aerofex.com/hirel
Supplies integrated circuits and circuit card assemblies
for aerospace and defense applications. Standard
products include MIL-STD-1553 databus, transceivers,
LEON 3FT microprocessors, memories, logic, FPGAs,
microcontrollers, clocks, LVDS, Muxs and SpaceWire.
Semicustom products include RadHard ASICs and
FPGA-to-ASIC conversions.
Aerofex Cupertino
10411 Bubb Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014, 408-873-1001,
www.aerofex.com/ats/products/category/
broadband_test.html
Manufactures advanced test and measurement
instruments and systems to the aerospace/defense and
wireless/broadband communications markets.
Aerofex/Metelics Hi-Rel Components
(sub of Aerofex), 9 Hampshire St, Lawrence, MA
01840, 978-683-4122, metelics-sales@aerofex.com,
www.aerofex.com/metelics-hirelcomponents
Offers JAN-qualifed diodes and transistors due to
their recent acquisition of HI-REL Components of
Lawrence, MA. DSCC qualifcation has been received to
MIL-PRF-19500N/578 and /609. The hard glass switching
diodes and small signal zener diodes recently received
DSCC qualifcation.
Aerofex Motion Control Products
(div of Aerofex), 350 Kennedy Dr, Hauppauge, NY
11783, 631-231-9100, sales-motion@aerofex.com,
www.aerofex.com/motion
Offers a range of capabilities in the design and
manufacture of components and systems for the
aerospace market. Products include DC motors, rotary and
linear actuators, gearheads, gimbals, scanners, slip rings,
twisted capsules and electronic controllers.
Aerofex Plainview
Microelectronics Div, (div of Aerofex), 35 S Service Rd,
Plainview, NY 11803, 800-843-1553,
info-ams@aerofex.com, www.aerofex.com/hirel
Provides products for satellite, avionic, and shipboard
applications, such as 1553 databus/transceivers, voltage
regulators, PWM, motor controllers, analog multiplexers,
RDCs, op amps, comparators, D-to-A converters and
microwave, along with hybrid and MCM packaging
technology.
Aerofex Test Solutions
35 S Service Rd, PO Box 6022, Plainview, NY
11803-0622, 516-694-6700, info-test@aerofex.com,
www.aerofex.com
Designs, develops, manufactures, and markets a diverse
range of microelectronic and test and measurement
products. Products are in worldwide use, supporting
communication systems, networks, and automatic test
systems.
Aerotech Inc
101 Zeta Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15238, 412-963-7470,
sales@aerotech.com, www.aerotech.com
Manufactures automated alignment, positioning, and
motion-control systems and components, including
gimbals, multiaxis photonic/electro-optic direct-drive
nanopositioners, gantry systems, goniometers, linear,
rotary and lift stages, single- and multiaxis motion
controllers, drives, linear and rotary motors, and custom
systems.
n Aethercomm Inc
3205 Lionshead Ave, Carlsbad, CA 92010,
760-208-6002, sales@aethercomm.com,
www.aethercomm.com
Designs and manufactures high power RF and
microwave systems, subsystems and amplifer
modules from DC to 40 GHz. Products are employed in
radar, electronic warfare and communication systems
and can be found on most fghter and attack aircraft
in the US inventory.
(See ad page 31)
AFL
170 Ridgeview Center Dr, Duncan, SC 29334,
864-433-0333, sales@afglobal.com,
www.afglobal.com
Offers engineering expertise and integrated services.
Products include specialty fber-optic cables (including for
harsh environments), fusion splicers, test and inspection
equipment, connectivity components, fber management
tools, and perimeter intrusion detection systems.
AGC Chemicals Americas Inc
55 Uwchlan Ave, Suite 201, Exton, PA 19341,
610-423-8113, david.ferguson@us.agc.com,
www.agcchem.com
Provides AsahiKlin AK-225, a VOC exempt, nonfammable
solvent that will remove oils, greases, silicones, and
rosin fuxes without damaging the components. Its
selective solvency, physical properties, and ability to form
azeotropes make AK-225 ideal for general and precision
cleaning, drying, and defuxing applications.
Agilent Technologies
1400 Fountaingrove Pkwy, Mailstop M2SA, Santa Rosa,
CA 95403-1799, 707-636-9016
Is a premier measurement company and technology
leader in communications, electronics, life sciences, and
chemical analysis.
Agilent Technologies Inc
5301 Stevens Creek Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95051,
800-829-4444, www.agilent.com/fnd/ad
Provides high performance test equipment for the radar
test and electronic warfare (EW) test industries, as well as
milcomms, and satellite testing industries.
AirBorn
4321 AirBorn Dr, Addison, TX 75001-0519,
972-931-3200, prodinfo@airborn.com,
www.airborn.com
Designs and manufactures high-reliability standard and
custom nano, microminiature, PWB connectors, and
terminal blocks for a variety of applications, including
aerospace, medical, defense satellite electronics, oil and
gas exploration, and telecommunications.
Aire Industrial
2010 E Wilson Ln, Meridian, ID 83642, 208-514-4040,
tim.lewis@aire.com, www.aireindustrial.net
Manufactures and distributes spill containment and
secondary containment systems. Lines include spill berms
and fexible bladders for fuel, chemical and other liquid
storage. Stocks spill kits, sorbents and safety cabinets.
Custom infatable projects such as helicopter pontoons
are welcomed.
Aitech Defense Systems Inc
9301 Oakdale Dr, Chatsworth, CA 91311,
888-248-3248, www.rugged.com
Offers military and space-qualifed, commercial
off-the-shelf (COTS) embedded computing products for
rugged defense, aerospace and astronautics (space)
applications as well as provides radiation tolerant and full
MIL-SPEC solutions. Provides industry-standard, open
architecture VMEbus, CompactPCI and high speed serial
fabric OpenVPX-based boards, power subsystems, mass
memory, enclosures and more.
AKELA Laser Corp
2031 US Hwy 130, Suite G, Monmouth Junction,
NJ 08852, 732-305-7105, info@akelalaser.com,
www.akelalaser.com
Manufactures high power laser diodes, providing custom
opto-mechanical assemblies, laser drivers, diode
laser modules, laser diode bars and single emitters in
wavelengths ranging from 635 nm to 2 microns. Expertise
in laser design and fabrication, system level engineering,
optics, drivers and thermal management. Market leaders
in eye-safe and solar-blind regions.
Aldec Inc
2260 Corporate Cir, Henderson, NV 89074,
702-990-4400, sales@aldec.com, www.aldec.com
Specializes in design, development and verifcation
technologies for complex FPGA, ASIC, SoC and embedded
system designs.
All Flex Flexible Circuits LLC
1705 Cannon Ln, Northfeld, MN 55057,
507-663-7162, information@allfexinc.com,
www.allfexinc.com
Provides turnkey fexible printed circuit source from
inception to design to manufacture and assembly.
Allied Industrial Marketing
W62 N248 Washington Ave, Suite 208,
Cedarburg, WI 53012, 262-618-2403,
info@alliedindustrialmarketing.com,
www.alliedindustrialmarketing.com
Allied International
7 Hill St, Bedford Hills, NY 10507, 914-241-6900,
alec@alliedinter.com, www.alliedinter.com
Distributes components for extreme defense environments:
temperature, shock, vibration, humidity, sand and dust:
Honeywell LMB electronics cooling and scavenge fans and
blowers, IPDIA silicon capacitors and integrated passive
devices, Exxelia ceramic, plastic flm, electrolytic and
tantalum capacitors, Abeillon antennas, LED maplights and
goosenecks.
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Altera Corp
101 Innovation Dr, San Jose, CA 95134, 408-544-7000,
newsroom@altera.com, www.altera.com
Provides custom logic solutions (FPGAs/CPLDs/ASICs)
that address design concerns, from power consumption
to performance to cost, serving the automotive,
broadcast, computer/storage, industrial, medical, military,
test/measurement and wireless/wireline industries.
Solutions portfolio contains fully-integrated software
development tools, embedded processors, optimized IP
cores, reference designs and development kits.
Alternative Vision Corp
4729 E Sunrise Dr, #331, Tucson, AZ 85718,
520-615-4073, info@alt-vision.com,
www.alt-vision.com
Provides optics and imaging components and equipment
including monochrome, color and infrared CMOS image
sensors, visible, SWIR, MWIR and LWIR lenses, LED
illuminators, multispectral cameras, smart cameras and
custom develpment.
Alturdyne
660 Steele St, El Cajon, CA 92020, 614-440-5531,
info@alturdyne.com, www.alturdyne.com
Offers custom engine generator sets using turbine, recip,
or rotary engines for MIL-SPEC special projects.
American Aerospace Controls
570 Smith St, Farmingdale, NY 11735, 631-694-5100,
www.a-a-c.com
Offers state-of-the-art AC and DC current, voltage,
power, and frequency transducers used in a variety of
measurement and control applications. Product design
focuses on user needs and the demand for competitive
price and delivery.
American Opto Plus LED Corp
1206 E Lexington Ave, Pomona, CA, 909-465-0080,
info@aopled.com, www.aopled.com
Manufactures LED lamps, displays, SMD lamps and many
other LED related products.
Ametek Aerospace & Defense
50 Fordham Rd, Wilmington, MA 01887,
978-988-4711, aerosales@ametek.com,
www.ametekaerodefense.com
Manufactures highly engineered and cost-effective
engine/airframe sensor suites including airborne data
management, AMPHION arc fault protection-detection
and power distribution, cooling/heating/ventilating
environmental control systems, motors, fans, blowers,
heaters, heat exchangers, emergency generators,
solid-state circuit breakers, fault detection devices, power
conversion units, hydraulic pumps, fap motors, starter
generators and more.
Amkor Technology Inc
1900 S Price Rd, Chandler, AZ 85248, 480-821-5000,
marketing@amkor.com, www.amkor.com
Provides semiconductor assembly and test services.
Offers semiconductor companies and electronics OEMs a
complete set of microelectronic design and manufacturing
services.
AMOtronics
Otto-Blumenthal-Str 25, Aachen 52074 Germany,
49-241-8867-128, info@amotronics.de,
www.amotronics.de
Provides fast data acquisition with 100 MS/s with fber
coupled acquisition heads for synchronous measuring
in large areas of several square miles (e.g. 50 miles).
Perfect to observe test explosions from a safe distance.
Multi channel confguration and custom adaptations are
welcome to specialize the modular transient recorder for
unique requirements.
Amphenol Aerospace
(sub of Amphenol Corp), 40-60 Delware Ave, Sidney,
NY 13838, 607-563-5011, vluca@amphenol-aao.com,
www.amphenol-aerospace.com
Manufactures interconnect products for the military,
commercial, aerospace and industrial markets. Designs,
manufactures, and markets cylindrical and rectangular,
electronic, fber-optic, ENI/EMP flter, and a variety of
special applications connectors and interconnect systems.
Amphenol Backplane Systems
18 Celina Ave, Nashua, NH 03063, 603-883-5100,
www.amphenol-abs.com
Provides connector systems, backplane system
connectors, cylindrical electrical connectors, fber-optic
connectors, flter connectors, heavy-duty connectors,
hermetic connectors, power connectors, power or signal
connectors, and rectangular connectors.
Amphenol Fiber Systems International
1300 Central Expwy N, Suite 100, Allen, TX 75013,
214-547-2400, sales@fbersystems.com,
www.fbersystems.com
Manufactures fber-optic interconnect solutions and
systems that withstand the harsh environments of military
applications. Fiber-optic interconnect components and
systems such as termini, M28876, MIL-ST, TFOCA and
TFOCA-II connector, which AFSI developed and patented.
Amphenol Industrial Operations
40-60 Delaware Ave, Sidney, NY 13838-1395,
800-678-0141, mcleary@amphenol-aio.com,
www.amphenol-industrial.com
Provides a range of high reliability connectors and
interconnection systems specifcally for industrial markets,
including base stations, rail/mass transit, process
control, automotive manufacturing, heavy equipment,
and petrochemical/power generation. Products include
ruggedized-for-industry cylindrical, electro-optic,
rectangular, and industrialized versions of MIL-C-5015
cylindrical, MIL-C-26482 miniature cylindrical, and GT
reverse bayonet cylindrical connectors.
AMREL/American Reliance Inc
3445 Fletcher Ave, El Monte, CA 91731,
626-443-6818, www.amrel.com
Manufactures high-performance, rugged mobile
computers for the military and federal government.
Customizable COTS systems feature a modular platform,
allowing for easy upgrading, feld servicing, and device
integration. Certifed to MIL-STD 810F, MIL-STD 461E for
ruggedness, and electromagnetic emissions control.
AMWEI Thermistor
11-502 Songpingshan, Langshan Rd Nanshan,
Shenzhen, Guangdong 518057 China,
86-755-2657-0111, sales@amwei.com,
www.amwei.com
Manufactures PTC and NTC thermistors (thermally
sensitive resistors) and thermistor temperature sensor
probes. Thermistors are used for overcurrent overload
protection, temperature sensing measurement protection,
in-rush current suppressing limiting, heating, and soft
switching.
Anadigm
2036 N Gilbert Rd, Suite 2-417, Mesa, AZ 85203,
480-422-0191, sales@anadigm.com,
www.anadigm.com
Offers software and hardware components that allow
complex analog circuits to be implemented in real time
programmable analog signal processors. FPAA (feld
programmable analog arrays) industrial grade integrated
circuit manufacturer.
Analog Devices
7901 Triad Center Dr, Greensboro, NC 27409,
336-668-9511, www.analog.com
Provides high performance signal processing.
Analytic Systems
8128 River Way, Delta, BC V4G 1K5, Canada,
604-946-9981, analyticinfo@analyticsystems.com,
www.analyticsystems.com
Manufacturers high performance power conversion
products including military DC/DC converters, MPPT solar
charge controllers, inverters, battery chargers, and power
supplies. Clients include US Army, LMCO, Navistar, US
Navy, Raytheon, General Dynamics OTS, Boeing, Force
Protection, US Marines, Northrop Grumman, and AAI.
API Nanotronics
375 Rabro Dr, Hauppauge, NY 13838, 631-563-6767,
www.apinanotronics.com
Offers customers the opportunity to develop next
generation nanotechnology-based products in state-of-the
art facility under the oversight of nanotechnology scientists
and engineers.
Applied Signal Technology Inc
1555 Wilson Blvd, Suite 703, Arlington, VA
22209, 703-417-5320, customer@appsig.com,
www.appsig.com
Designs, develops, manufactures and markets signal
reconnaissance equipment to collect and process
telecommunications signals.
Applied Signal Technology Inc
400 W California Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94086,
408-749-1888, customer@appsig.com,
www.appsig.com
Provides digital signal processing products, systems,
and services in support of intelligence, surveillance,
and reconnaissance (ISR) for the collection of COMINT,
ELINT, and sensor signal processing for radar, sonar,
electromagnetic, and imaging missions.
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Arada Systems Inc
4633 Old Ironside Dr, Suite 415, Santa Clara, CA
95054, 408-773-9298, sales@aradasystems.com,
www.aradasystems.com
Offers a range of products and services to companies
engaged in Wi-Fi product development. Wi-Fi services
include product engineering and optimization providing
comprehensive support to companies creating world-class
products and solutions. Focus is on customized products
with various form-factors in various frequency bands.
Aries Electronics Inc
2609 Bartram Rd, Bristol, PA 08825, 215-781-9956,
www.arieselec.com
Manufactures a range of custom and standard
interconnection products for electronics.
Arinc Inc
2551 Riva Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401, 800-633-6882,
www.arinc.com
Provides communications, integration, and engineering
solutions.
Arraid Inc
9414 E San Salvador Dr, Suite 250, Scottsdale, AZ
85258, 480-699-3047, jenking@arraid.com,
www.arraid.com
Develops and produces new plug-compatible
replacements for old disk drives and tape drives produced
by DEC, Encore, Gould, HP and more.
AR Receiver Systems
21434 Osborne St, Canoga Park, CA 91304,
818-882-3977, info@arworld.us, www.arworld.us
Manufactures EMI/RFI instrumentation, including EMI
receivers, single-frequency receivers, impulse generators,
high-power oscillators, and shielded enclosure leak
detection systems. Receiver systems are available from
20 Hz to 110 GHz.
Arrow Americas Components
7459 S Lima St, Bldg 1, Englewood, CO 80112,
303-645-8999, www.arrownac.com
Provides semiconductor and passive, electro mechanical
and connector (PEMCO) products and services. Supports
its extensive product offering with supply chain solutions,
world-leading engineering and design services, technical
expertise, demand creation and fulfllment, and skilled
sales teams to effectively meet customer needs.
ASE Optics LLC
850 John St, West Henrietta, NY 14586, 585-303-1574,
sales@aseoptics.com, www.aseoptics.com
Provides optical engineering talent for world-class optical
systems. Creates applied engineering solutions for a wide
range of applications. Focus is on innovative, cost-effective
designs.
Astro-Med
Test & Measurement Product Group, 600 E
Greenwich Ave, West Warwick, RI 02893,
401-828-4000, mtgroup@astromed.com,
www.astro-med.com/ruggedized_products
Designs and manufactures ruggedized printers and
Ethernet switches used in demanding military and defense
applications, including airborne, shipboard, and ground
vehicle applications.
Astronautics Corp of America
4115 N Teutonia Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53209,
414-449-4000, busdev@astronautics.com,
www.astronautics.com
Supplies, designs, and manufactures avionics equipment
to airlines, Boeing, Airbus, the US government, defense
and commercial contractors, and many international
governments. The major product lines include the
electronic fight bag, electronic fight instrument systems,
network server systems, multifunction displays, air data
computers, inertial navigation systems, actuators, and
auto pilots.
Astronics DME Corp
12889 Ingenuity Dr, Orlando, FL 32826,
407-381-6062, orlsales@astronics.com,
www.astronics.com/products/test-solutions/
test-solutions.asp
Provides test systems with a range from small,
feld-portable units to large, multi-rack systems for
shop or depot-level diagnostics. Provides a family of
portable, synthetic instrumentation testers which provide
front-line diagnostic capabilities and offer a high-quality,
low-risk solution. The Test EZ software features intuitive,
easy-to-use GUIs for effcient test development.
Atego
5930 Cornerstone Ct W, Suite 250, San Diego, CA
92121, 858-457-2700, info@aonix.com,
www.aonix.com
Offers mission- and safety-critical solutions to mil-aero,
telecommunications, industrial automation, and
transportation industries. Aonix PERC is the leading
high-reliability, real-time embedded Java solution. Is a
leading Ada supplier with a signifcant number of certifed
Ada applications at the highest level of criticality, with its
ObjectAda and RAVEN technologies.
ATS Cases Inc
172 Otis St, Northborough, MA 01532, 508-393-9110,
casemakers@mac.com, www.atscases.com
Manufactures custom reusable shipping cases and
containers for military and hi-rel aerospace equipment.
They are rotomolded, thermoformed or fabricated
and made from high density polyethylene, aluminum
or laminated materials. Interiors include engineered
foam inserts or mechanical shock mounting systems.
Specializing in custom sizes with short lead times.
Austin Semiconductor Inc
8701 Cross Park Dr, Austin, TX 78754,
512-339-1188, sales@austinsemiconductor.com,
www.austinsemiconductor.com
Supplies technology solutions to the high reliability
marketplace (for more than 20 years). Being fully QML
certifed and ISO 9001/AS9100 registered, the company
meets and exceeds the demands of military, aerospace,
transportation, industrial embedded, and medical
diagnostic markets. Current product offerings include a
line of hi-rel ceramic components and more.
Averna
87 Prince St, Montreal, QC H3C 2M7, Canada,
514-842-7577, sales@averna.com, www.averna.com
Provides manufacturing solutions for
communications/electronics device-makers worldwide,
helping to deliver a better end-user customer experience.
Key clients use Proligent, RF Test Instruments, and other
test solutions to accelerate product development, reduce
manufacturing costs, achieve superior quality throughout
the lifecycle, and solve critical supply chain issues.
Aviel Electronics
(div of RF Industries), 3060 E Post Rd, Suite 100,
Las Vegas, NV 89120, 702-739-8155,
aviel@rfndustries.com, www.avielelectronics.com
Avionics Interface Technologies
3703 N 200th St, Elkhorn, NE 68022, 402-763-9644,
sales@aviftech.com, www.aviftech.com
Designs and manufactures avionics modules and
analyzers for fbre channel, MIL-STD-1553, ARINC-429,
ARINC-664, and time-triggered applications. All avionics
interfaces include a high-level application programmer
interface and device drivers for many of the most popular
operating systems.
Avittor International Corp
PO Box 1064, Bloomfeld Hills, MI 48303,
248-894-1900, asanne@avittor.com
Brings a broad range of engineering resources and
technical innovation to a variety of engineering felds. The
engineering solutions help clients improve innovation in
engineering and operational effciency to potentially create
and retain valuable markets.
Avnet Inc
2211 S 47th St, Phoenix, AZ 85034,
800-408-8353, customer.care@avnet.com,
www.em.avnet.com/milsupport
Distributes electronic components, connectors,
semiconductors, technology solutions, computer products
and embedded technology.
Avnet Inc
Avnet ElectroAir Div, (div of Avnet Electronics Marketing),
400 Franklin Rd, Marietta, GA 30067, 800-241-7530,
www.em.avnet.com
Provides technology, marketing, distribution, and services,
offering leading design chain services combined with
world-class supply chain services in support of the
electronics industry.
AVO Photonics
700 Business Center Dr, Horsham, PA 19044,
215-441-0107, www.avophotonics.com
Provides custom design and contract manufacturing
of optoelectronic components and assemblies. Service
model supports customers in the military, medical,
communication, and commercial markets.
AVX
One AVX Blvd, Fountain Inn, SC 29644, 864-967-9387,
www.avx.com
Supplies electronic passive components and interconnect
solutions with 24 manufacturing and customer support
facilities in 15 countries around the world. Offers a
range of devices, including capacitors, resistors, flters,
timing and circuit protection devices and connectors.
The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock
Exchange.
Axsys Technologies Inc
(div of General Dynamics Advanced Information
Systems), 24 Simon St, Nashua, NH 03060,
603-864-6300, inquire@axsys.com,
www.axsys.com/optics
Delivers thermal imaging solutions to decision-makers
in the public safety, fre services, surveillance, military,
and homeland security markets. Offers a line of
interchangeable lens assemblies for use in IR thermal
imaging applications.
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Aydin Displays Inc
(sub of Video Displays Corp), 1 Riga Ln, Birdsboro, PA
19508, 610-404-5372, sales1@aydindisplays.com,
www.aydindisplays.com
Provides display manufacturing technology, servicing the
industrial, military and air traffc control industries. Offers
a variety of industrial displays, rugged military/COTS
fat-panel displays, military panel PC workstations, and
air traffc control displays, ranging in size from 6.4 to 57
inches and available in numerous mounting options.
Azimuth Systems
35 Nagog Park, Acton, MA 01720, 978-263-6610,
info@azimuthsystems.com, www.azimuthsystems.com
Provides comprehensive real world wireless test solutions
for 2G/3G/4G, LTE-Advanced and beyond. Offers
feld-proven, solutions-focused automated wireless test
equipment that makes testing more affordable and reliable
by increasing the scope of testing while enabling real
world performance testing across the product design
cycle.
Azonix Corp
900 Middlesex Tpke, Bldg 6, Billerica, MA 01821,
978-670-6300, market@azonix.com, www.azonix.com
Suppies highly engineered computers and displays
that are used for automation, as a user interface and
command and control center at the optimum point
of attack. Designs and manufactures intrinsically
safe communication and data acquisition products for
hazardous-classifed Zone 1 (Class 1, Div II) and Zone 2
areas.
Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp
(sub of Ball Corp), 1600 Commerce St, Boulder,
CO 80303, 303-939-4000, media@ball.com,
www.ballaerospace.com
Offers antennas, cryogenics, electronic supplies,
electro-optic systems and equipment, GPS equipment,
laser communications, optic systems and equipment,
satellite payloads, satellite remote sensing services,
spacecraft, space systems and subsystems, systems
engineering services, tracking systems, and video
products.
Ballard Technology
11400 Airport Rd, Suite 201, Everett, WA 98204,
425-339-0281, sales@ballardtech.com,
www.ballardtech.com
Develops and manufactures avionics test and embedded
solutions for MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, 629, 708,
717, 664, AFDX, and other protocols. Products include
computer interface cards, tethered interfaces (USB
and Ethernet), stand-alone interface devices, rugged
embedded computers, and software. Also produces
embedded Ethernet switches for military and fight
systems.
n Behlman Electronics Inc
(sub of Orbit International), 80 Cabot Ct,
Hauppauge, NY 11788, 631-435-0410,
sales@behlman.com, www.behlman.com
Manufactures standard, custom, COTS,
form-ft-function replacement and build-to-print AC
power sources and frequency converters, inverters,
online UPS, DC/DC, and AC/DC. Applications include
ATE, avionics test and repair, MG replacement, motor
test, and IEC testing.
(See ad page 16, 17)
Benled Lighting Group
Shiyan Town, BaoAn District, Shenzhen 518000 China,
86-755-27351881, info@benled.com, www.benled.com
Specializes in R&D, production and marketing of LED
lighting for commercial applications. All lighting products
are available for export to overseas countries, especially
Europe and North America.
Berkeley Nucleonics Corp
2955 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, CA 94901-5533,
415-453-9955, info@berkeleynucleonics.com,
www.berkeleynucleonics.com
Provides precision electronic instrumentation for test,
measurement, and nuclear research. Products range
from pulse generators and digital delay generators to
specialized hand-held instruments and portal monitors
capable of radiation detection and isotope identifcation.
BEST Inc
3603 Edison Pl, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008,
847-797-9250, bwet@solder.net, www.solder.net
Provides prototype PCB assembly, contract PCB rework
and repair services, professional soldering skills training
and rework and repair products at an ITAR registered
facility. Specializes in the rework of BGAs, LGAs as well as
diffcult to repair PCBs. Other rework service include the
reballing of BGAs.
BETA Transformer Technology Corp
(sub of Data Device Corp), 40 Orville Dr, Bohemia, NY
11716, 631-244-7393, grennan@bttc-beta.com,
www.bttc-beta.com
Specializes in standard, custom, military, and space-level
pulse and power transformers. Product lines include
pulse transformers, power transformers, per MIL-PRF-27,
MIL-STD-1553 and MIL-PRF-21038. Manufactures
military grade Gigabit Ethernet and 1394B high speed
transformers, box couplers and cable assemblies.
Binder-USA
3903 Calle Tecate, Camarillo, CA 93012,
805-437-9925, sales@binder-usa.com,
www.binder-usa.com
Designs and manufactures circular connectors and
cordsets for use in industrial environments including
factory automation, process control, and medical
technology applications.
BittWare
9 Hills Ave, Concord, NH 03301, 603-226-0404,
info@bittware.com, www.bittware.com
Has designed and deployed high-end signal processing
board-level solutions that signifcantly reduce technology
risk and time-to revenue for OEM customers for over
two decades. Solutions leverage the latest FPGA
technology from Altera and the companys Anemone FPGA
co-processing chip, based upon industry standard COTS
form factors.
Bodkin Design & Engineering LLC
PO Box 81368, Wellesley, MA 02481, 617-795-1968,
info@bodkindesign.com, www.bodkindesign.com
Offers concept development, design and build services
for electro-optic systems. OEM supply and commercial
sales of video rate hyperspectral imaging systems, IR
blackbodies, polarmetric imaging, infrared zooms, and
chemical detection.
n Boonton (A Wireless Telecom Group Co)
25 Eastmans Rd, Parsippany, NJ 07054,
973-386-9696, boonton@boonton.com,
www.boonton.com
Designs and manufactures RF, microwave, audio,
modulation and impedance test instrumentation, and
sensors for military and commercial applications.
Offers various power meters with up to six
independent power channels and peak power meters.
(See ad page 33, CV4)
Broadax Systems Inc
17539 E Rowland St, City of Industry, CA 91748,
626-964-2335, info@bsicomputer.com,
www.bsicomputer.com
Designs and manufactures ruggedized fat-panel displays
and computers.
BTC Electronic Components Inc
2709 Connector Dr, Wake Forest, NC 27587,
919-556-8900, info@btcelectronics.com,
www.btcelectronics.com
Provides connectors, backshells, interconnect accesories,
heat shrink and wire management products for military,
aerospace, and industrial applications. Services include
custom assembly, part modifcations, kitting, packaging,
tech support, application design, JIT delivery, bar-coding,
second sourcing and cross referencing. AS9100, ISO
9001:2008 and MIL-STD 790 certifed.
C4i Inc
1840 Michael Faraday Way, Suite 210, Reston,
VA 20190, 877-266-6712, contact@c4i.com,
www.c4i.com
Enhances the reach and scope of communications
networks in the areas of defense, homeland security,
public safety and public infrastructure through the
application of advanced technologies. Based in Melbourne,
Australia and Reston, Virginia, US, the company has more
than 20 years of experience.
CALCULEX Inc
132 W Las Cruces Ave, Las Cruces, NM 88001,
505-525-0131, sales@calculex.com, www.calculex.com
Provides front-end electronics for high-rate digital
instrumentation data recorders.
Cannon
(div of ITT Industries), 666 E Dyer Rd, Santa Ana, CA
92706, 800-635-5936, www.ittcannon.com
Supplies connectors, interconnects, cable assemblies,
switches, dome arrays, keypads, multifunction grips, panel
switch assemblies, I/O card kits, smart card systems, and
LAN components, as well as provides high speed/high
bandwith network systems and services.
Canyonwest Cases LLC
PO Box 19827, Fountain Hills, AZ 85269,
480-816-9652, sales@canyonwestcases.com,
www.canyonwestcases.com
Supplies military grade reusable cases, all shapes and
sizes. Custom products include hard cases, soft cases
and foam interiors. Provides stock cases from top
manufacturers like SKB, Pelican, Gator, Parker, Hardigg
and others. Emergency lighting products include the
Pelican remote area lighting systems (RALS) portable
lights.
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Carley Lamps
1502 W 228th St, Torrance, CA 90501, 310-325-8474,
www.carleylamps.com
Manufactures sub miniature lamps, lighting, custom
lamps, xenon, haolgen, infrared, gas flled, light bulbs,
refectors and flaments.
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies
(div of Carlisle Cos Inc), 100 Tensolite Dr, St Augustine,
FL 32092, 904-829-5600, sales@carlisleit.com,
www.carlisleit.com
Designs and manufactures high-performance cable
including fber, RF/microwave, specialty and fltered
connectors, cable assemblies, complex harnesses,
integrated installation kits and ARINC trays, racks/shelf
assemblies and offers engineering/certifcation services
with DER, DAR, and DMIR personnel on staff and is
targeted to the aerospace/defense industries.
Carson Technology Co Ltd
4F, No 311, Sec 1, Zhongshan Rd, Yonghe, New Taipei
City 234 Taiwan, 886-2-3233-0333,
sales@carsonlite.com, www.carsonlite.com
Manufactures LED lights with offces and plants in Taiwan,
US, Germany, China and Mexico. Products are compliant
with many certifcations such as UL/cUL, CE, and RoHS.
6W light bulbs for $9.99, 9W light bulbs for $14.99, 12W
recessed lights for $19.95, and 30W ceiling troffer lights
are available.
Cascade Technologies Ltd
Glendevon House, Castle Business Pk, Stirling
FK9 4TZ UK, 44-1786-447-721,
r.cooper@cascade-technologies.com,
www.cascade-technologies.com
Designs and manufactures the Quantum Cascade
laser-based gas emission monitoring system and gas
analyzer for industral emissions, process optimization, and
trace level applications.
Cascade TEK
5245-A NE Elam Young Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR
97124, 503-648-1818, www.cascadetek.com,
www.cascadetek.com
Operates as an A2LA accredited, DSCC MIL-STD 202
testing facility, well equipped to perform environmental
tests required by MIL-STD and RTCA-DO-160. Offers
vibration, shock, acceleration, blowing sand-dust, ingress
protection, salt-fog, thermal shock, temp/humidity, altitude,
and combined temp/vibration. Is also ISTA certifed for
package testing.
Cases2Go
Root International Inc, 24650 State Rd 54, Lutz,
FL 33559, 813-265-1808, sales@cases2go.com,
www.cases2go.com
CES - Creative Electronic Systems SA
38 ave Eugne-Lance, Grand-Lancy 1 CH-1212
Switzerland, 41-22-884-51-00, ces@ces.ch,
www.ces.ch
Has been designing and manufacturing complex
high-performance avionics, defense and
communication boards, subsystems and complete
systems for 30 years. Is involved in the most
advanced aerospace and defense programs
throughout Europe and the US, and delivers innovative
solutions worldwide. Headquartered in Geneva,
Switzerland.
Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ)
12011 Mosteller Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241,
513-772-8810, indsales@cszinc.com,
www.cszindustrial.com
Manufactures a range of environmental test chambers,
including temperature cycling, humidity, accelerated stress
testing, thermal shock, altitude, HALT/HASS chambers,
AGREE vibration, industrial freezers, and more. Sizes range
from benchtop chambers to full walk-in/drive-in rooms.
Standard temperature ranges include -84C to +190C
with relative humidity from 10 to 98%.
Circuit Insights LLC
3744 Valley Lights Dr, Pasadena, CA 91107,
626-201-0488, sales@loopslooth.com,
www.loopslooth.com
Manufactures diagnostic instruments that enable rapid
troubleshooting of electrical ground loops, a pervasive
problem in all types of electronic instrumentation and
control systems. Troubleshooting is accomplished without
disconnecting any cables.
Cirexx International Inc
791 Nuttman St, Santa Clara, CA 95054,
408-988-3980, military@cirexxintl.com,
www.hotpcb.com
Offers a complete line of PC board designs, PC board
fabrication, and PC board assembly services. Has over
20 years of experience manufacturing complex PC
board designs using rigid, fexible, hybrid, and specialty
materials.
Cirrus Logic Inc
Apex Precision Power Business Unit Div, 5980 N
Shannon Rd, Tucson, AZ 85741, 520-690-8600,
apex.support@cirrus.com, www.cirrus.com
Provides signal processing components, including the
Apex Precision Power product family of high power
precision analog ICs, modulars and hybrids for the control
of current, voltage, and speed in the industrial, test and
measurement, aerospace, and medical markets.
Clear Align
2550 Blvd of the Generals, Suite 280, Eagleville,
PA 19403, 484-956-0510, info@clearalign.com,
www.clearalign.com
Designs, prototypes, and manufactures custom
electro-optic products used to gather intelligence,
surveillance and reconnaissance information for defense,
homeland sercurity, and aerospace applications. Builds
custom imaging solutions specializing in night-visible
systems. Custom fber-optic solutions include
low-phase-noise laser development.
Cmpter Electronics
45 Zhongshan E Rd, Zhenjiang, JiangSu 212003
China, 86-511-8443-6131, echo@cmpter.com,
www.cmpter.com
Designs and manufactures RF connectors, precision
connectors, RF adaptors, cable assemblies, precision
adapters, cable connectors, surge arrestors and
coaxial cables for applications in the datacom, telecom,
automotive, instrumentation, and aerospace and defense
markets.
Coaxial Components Corp (Coaxicom)
5050 N Ocean Dr, Suite 1602, Singer Island, FL
33404, 866-262-9426, instock@coaxicom.com,
www.coaxicom.com
Manufactures all series coaxial connectors/adapters,
cable assemblies, attenuators, terminations, phase
adjusters, DC blocks and more. Parts are in accordance
with MIL-PRF-39012, MIL-A-55339, MIL-C-83517 and
MIL-STD-348 as applicable.
Cobham Defense Electronics
1011 Pawtucket Blvd, Lowell, MA 01853,
978-442-4636, www.cobham.com
Develops, delivers and supports advanced aerospace and
defense systems for land, sea and air.
Cognex Corp
One Vision Dr, Natick, MA 01760, 508-650-3000,
mktg@cognex.com, www.cognex.com
Offers a range of machine-vision products, including
fxed-mount and hand-held ID readers for direct part mark
applications and verifcation systems for UID compliance.
Coherent Inc
5100 Patrick Henry Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95054,
408-764-4983, tech.sales@coherent.com,
www.coherent.com
Designs, manufactures and markets laser sources,
laser tools, accessories and components for a wide
range of markets and applications since 1966. Also
offers leading-edge beam forming and beam guidance
systems as well as laser beam measurement and control
equipment.
Comco Inc
2151 N Lincoln St, Burbank, CA 91504, 818-841-5500,
sales@comcoinc.com, www.comcoinc.com
Manufacturers micro-abrasive blasting used in a range
of military and aerospace electronics applications. The
MicroBlaster is used for conformal coating removal and
in the manufacture of actuator pumps, pneumatic valves,
gyro components, thermocouples, load cells, and strain
gauges. Used for maintenance on turbine blades.
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Comdel Inc
11 Kondelin Rd, Gloucester, MA 01930, 978-282-0620,
info@comdel.com, www.comdel.com
Offers RF generators, DC power supplies and matching
networks that are used by the leading semiconductor
equipment manufacturers, solar cell/photovoltaics
manufacturers and IC makers throughout the world.
The combination of products and people provides
customers with advanced power supply technology,
proven techniques and product reliability ensuring lasting
partnerships.
Computer Dynamics
(sub of GE Intelligent Platforms), 7640 Pelham Rd,
Greenville, SC 29615, 864-627-8800,
cdisales@ge.com, www.cdynamics.com
Manufactures enclosed and open frame fat-panel display
systemsboth computers and monitorsfor the OEM
and end-users in an array of industries and applications.
Hazardous area products are designed to operate from
outdoor extreme temperatures to controlled indoor
environments, meeting stringent military and HAZLOC
certifcations.
Conduant Corp
1501 S Sunset St, Suite C, Longmont, CO 80501,
303-485-2721, info@conduant.com,
www.conduant.com
Provides real time, long-duration digital recording
and playback systems. Data recorders are used in
environments where large volumes of raw, high-speed
data streams are generated (radio astronomy, high
resolution video imaging, radar surveillance and signal
processing) recording/playback at 800 MB/sec. Variety of
I/O options, including PCI Express.
Connect Tech Inc
42 Arrow Rd, Guelph, ON N1K 1S6, Canada,
519-836-1291, sales@connecttech.com,
www.connecttech.com
Designs and manufactures high performance
communications products for embedded applications in
the industrial, automation, medical, military, and aerospace
industries. Products include FPGA and digital I/O boards,
CAN controllers, solid-state drives, Ethernet-to-serial
devices, wireless radio modems, and multiport serial cards
for PCI, PCIe, PCI/104-Express, PC/104, PC/104-Plus,
and ISA.
Cool Innovations Inc
141 Cidermill Ave, #2, Concord, ON L4K 4G5,
Canada, 905-760-1992, sales@coolinnovations.com,
www.coolinnovations.com
Offers standard and exotic aluminum and copper pin fn
heat sinks that are suitable for a variety of devices ranging
from miniature semiconductors to large power devices.
Cornell Dubilier Electronics
140 Technology Pl, Liberty, SC 29657, 864-843-2277,
cdelb@cde.com, www.cde.com
Provides large can aluminum electrolytic capacitors,
AC oils, flms, SMT chip, metal clad, mica capacitors,
tantalum, and IGBT snubber modules.
Corning Cable Systems
(div of Corning Inc), 800 17th St NW, Hickory, NC 28601,
828-901-5000, www.corning.com/cablesystems
Manufactures fber-optic communications system solutions
for voice, data and video network applications worldwide.
Offers the broadest range of end-to-end fber-optic
product solutions for customers telecommunications
networks, pioneering many of the global product solutions
commonly used in state-of-the-art cabling systems.
Corning Specialty Materials
Keene Facility Div, 69 Island St, Keene, NH 03431,
603-357-7762, salesaerospace@corning.com,
www.corningnetoptix.com
Provides optical and optomechanical solutions, from
prototype through production, refective and refractive
solutions, from very small to large optics. Offers vertical
integration-design, blank fabrication, electroless nickel
plating, diamond machining, postpolishing, optical
coatings, assembly, and metrology. Serves markets,
including military/aerospace and commercial.
Craftech Industries Inc
8 Dock St, PO Box 636, Hudson, NY 12534,
518-828-5001, info@craftechind.com,
www.craftechind.com
Manufactures precision-molded and machined standard
and custom fasteners and components in more than 200
plastic materials, including polypropylene, PVDF, PEEK,
Ultem, Halar, Nylon, Tefon, PFA, and Radel and more.
n Crane Aerospace & Electronics
(sub of Crane Co), 10301 Willows Rd NE,
Redmond, WA 98052, 425-882-3100,
electronics@crane-eg.com, www.craneae.com
Products are organized as solution sets including
power, microwave and microelectronics. Found in
some of the toughest environments from engines
to landing gear, satellites to medical implants,
and missiles to unmanned vehicles. Designs and
manufactures high-density, high-reliability electronics
for aerospace, including commercial, military, space,
medical and industrial applications.
(See ad page 19)
Cree Inc
4600 Silicon Dr, Durham, NC 27703, 919-313-5300,
xlampsales@cree.com, www.cree.com
Manufactures semiconductors that enhance the value
of LED solid-state lighting, power, and communications
products by increasing their energy performance. Provides
materials expertise in silicon carbide with gallium nitride,
which can handle more power in a smaller space.
Crystal Group Inc
850 Kacena Rd, Hiawatha, IA 52233, 319-378-1636,
rfq@crystalrugged.com, www.crystalrugged.com
Designs and manufactures deployment-ready, rugged
servers, displays, networking, embedded, and storage
devices that ft mission critical applications. Excels at
providing commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and custom
designed systems tailored to specifcations. All products
are designed and built to meet/exceed MIL-STDs 810F/G,
167-1, 461E/F and MIL-S-901D.
CSP Inc
MultiComputer Div, 43 Manning Rd, Billerica, MA 01821,
978-663-7598, info@cspi.com, www.cspi.com
Designs and builds high-performance cluster computing
systems for the defense market. These systems are
dense and rugged with powerful real-time I/O and require
minimum physical space or power. Systems are used on
land, airborne, and shipboard platforms for high speed
digital signal processing in radar, sonar, and surveillance
applications.
n Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense
Solutions
(sub of Curtiss-Wright Controls), 20130 Lakeview
Center Plaza, Suite 200, Ashburn, VA 20147,
703-779-7800, defensesales@curtisswright.com,
www.cwcdefense.com
Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions (CWCDS)
is a technology leader in rugged electronic modules
and systems for defense applications. We have
unmatched capabilities and product breadth from
industry standard-based COTS modules to complete
electronic subsystems. Our modules and systems are
deployed in a wide range of demanding defense and
aerospace applications.
(See ad page 5)
Custom Heat LLC
10 School St, PO Box 1, Danvers, MA 01923,
978-777-4441, customheat@msn.com,
www.customllc.com
Cyberchron Rugged Systems
(div of C-Systems Corp), 2700 Rt 9, PO Box 160,
Cold Spring, NY 10516, 845-265-3700,
cfadden@cyberchron.com, www.cyberchron.com
Engineers, designs, and manufactures ruggedized
computer and electronics systems, workstations, servers,
laptops, displays, keyboards, NAS and SAN systems,
custom and semi-custom units, and confgurations. All
products are designed and tested to meet extended
environmental and EMI specifcations.
CyberResearch Inc
25 Business Park Dr, Branford, CT 06405,
203-643-5000, info@cyberresearch.com,
www.cyberresearch.com
Supplies PC-based data acquisition systems, rack-mount
PCs, data acquisition, and motion control since 1983. With
more than 4000 products, the company is a one-stop
shopping source for scientists, engineers, and anyone who
needs rugged, reliable computer-related components.
Data Bus Products
80 Chase Rd, Manhasset, NY 11030, 516-365-8464,
customerservice@databusproducts.com,
www.databusproducts.com
Manufactures MIL-STD-1553 databus couplers,
terminators, relays, bus switches, splitters, cable
assemblies, connectors and adapters. All products are
manufactured in accordance with avionic equipment fight
envelope parameters.
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Data Device Corp (DDC)
105 Wilbur Pl, Bohemia, NY 11716, 631-567-5600,
service@ddc-web.com, www.ddc-web.com
Designs and manufactures high-reliability fbre channel,
MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, synchro/resolver, solid-state
power controllers and motor drive, cards, components, and
software for aerospace, defense, and industrial automation
applications.
Dawn VME Products
47915 Westinghouse Dr, Fremont, CA 94539,
800-258-3296, mail@dawnvme.com,
www.dawnvme.com
Manufactures commerical to full rugged embedded
packaging solutions based on the VITA and PICMIG system
architectures. Products include development systems,
rack-mount powered chassis and enclosures, backplanes,
system health monitors, accessories, extender boards,
protoboards, overlays, front and fller panels. Backplanes
and chassis for VME, VME64x, VITA41 (VXS) and more.
dB Control
(sub of HEICO Corp Electronic Technologies Group (ETG)),
1120 Auburn St, Fremont, CA 94538, 510-656-2325,
marketing@dbcontrol.com, www.dbcontrol.com
Designs and manufactures reliable high-power microwave
amplifers, transmitters, power supplies and modulators for
radar, electronic counter measure (ECM), communications
and instrumentation applications. Provides depot repair
services, specialized contract manufacturing and high
voltage, RF, microwave, and environmental testing
services.
DDC-I Inc
4600 E Shea Blvd, Suite 102, Phoenix, AZ 85028,
602-275-7172, sales@ddci.com, www.ddci.com
Offers complete solutions for embedded software
developers with a focus on mission- and safety-critical
applications. Products include safety critical, real-time
embedded operating systems certifed to DO-178B Level
A since 1998, multi-language compilers, integrated
development environments and run-time systems.
Services include custom software development and legacy
software modernization solutions.
Del Mar Photonics Inc
4119 Twilight Ridge, San Diego, CA 92130,
858-876-3133, sales@dmphotonics.com,
www.dmphotonics.com
Product portfolio includes CW single-frequency ring
Dye/Ti:sapphire lasers and spectrometers, ultrafast
solid-state and fber oscillators and amplifers, diode
pumped solid-state lasers, autocorrelators, pulse pickers,
fuorescence, transient spectroscopy and multiphoton
microscopy systems, femtosecond and Raman ready
AFM and NSOM, teraherts THz set ups, NIR-MWIR-LWIR
cameras, and optical and crystal components.
Delta Commercial Vision LLC
21 Maple Glenn Rd, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054,
609-969-3430, jc@deltaimager.com,
www.deltaimager.com
Offers custom imaging system design, including
multi-spectra (200 to 15,000 nm), 360 panoramic, and
imaging processing embedded boards.
Deposition Sciences Inc (DSI)
3300 Coffey Ln, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, 707-573-6700,
solutions@depsci.com, www.depsci.com
Produces highly durable, optical thin flm flters. Precision
coating capabilities range from UV, NIR, MWIR, and LWIR
to visible. The patented MicroDyn reactive sputtering
deposition technology enables multilayer and multispectral
thin-flm coatings for optics and other thin-flm
technologies.
Deshun Technology Co Ltd
18F, W Tower, Haijing Ctr, 152 Huangpu Ave Ctr Tianhe,
Guangzhou, Guangdong 510655 China,
86-020-85626315, sales@dosoe.net, www.dosoe.net
Specializes in designing and manufacturing LED driver
and LED lights for ten years. Currently the most popular
products in the lines are LED replacement fashlight bulbs,
automotive LED bulbs and residential and commercial LED
lamps and more.
Detoronics Corp
10660 E Rush St, South El Monte, CA 91733,
626-579-7130, sales@detoronics.com,
www.detoronics.com
Specializes in the production of quality hermetically sealed
products with proven reliability in military, aerospace,
and commercial applications. Manufactures precision
MIL-SPEC type glass-to-metal hermetic connectors,
headers, feedthroughs, terminals, and D-subs, as well as
custom design.
DeWAL Industries
15 Ray Trainor Dr, Saunderstown, RI 02874,
401-789-9736, cbrooks@dewal.com, www.dewal.com
Manufactures high-performance pressure-sensitive PTFE
and UHMW-PE flms and tapes for aerospace, aviation,
electrical/electronic, deep sea, mechanical/industrial, and
thermal spray applications. The high performance polymer
flms and tapes are precision cut and used for resistance
to abrasion, high temperature, high pressure, addverse
chemical conditions and extreme weather exposure.
Diagnosys Systems
808 N Hoagland Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34741,
407-846-6002, us-sales@diagnosys.com,
www.diagnosys.com
Manufactures and sells automated test equipment and
services for the test, fault fnding and repair of electronic
circuits. Services include solving obsolescene issues in
electronic circuits and also the ability to remanufacture
obsolete circuits thereby extending life of equipment.
Diamond-MT Inc
213 Chestnut St, Johnstown, PA 15906, 814-535-3505,
shorn@diamond-mt.com, www.diamond-mt.com
Specializes in contract applications of parylene, acrylic,
silicone, uethane and epoxy conformal coatings for
Department of Defense and commercial electronic
systems.
Digi-Key Corp
701 Brooks Ave S, Thief River Falls, MN 56701,
800-344-4539, sales@digikey.com, www.digikey.com
Distributes electronic components and ships product to
more than 130 countries worldwide from its single location
in northwestern Minnesota. Offers products from leading
manufacturers, and focuses on customer service.
DILAS Diode Laser Inc
9070 S Rita Rd, Suite 1500, Tucson, AZ 85747,
520-232-3480, sales@dilas-inc.com, www.dilas.com
Provides high volume, ISO certifed and ITAR compliant
facility. Designs, develops, and manufactures high-power,
high-brightness diode laser components, modules and
systems, including fber coupled products for the military
and aerospace industries. Offers customized packages
where space, weight and effciency is a premium.
Discovery Semiconductors Inc
119 Silvia St, Ewing, NJ 08628, 609-434-1311,
www.chipsat.com
Manufactures ultrafast, high optical power handling
InGaAs photodetectors, RF over electro-optical receivers,
balanced optical receivers, and several custom products
for applications ranging from analog RF links to ultrafast
digital communications. Instrumentation includes the Lab
Buddy and Kitty Hawk optical coherent receiver system.
Discovery Technology Intl
6968 Professional Pkwy E, Sarasota, FL 34240,
941-907-4444, info@discovtech.com,
www.discovtech.com
Develops, manufactures and markets specialized
instrumentation and devices. Provides precision
piezoelectric motion control and fow control devices used
worldwide within various hi-tech industrial and scientifc
markets.
DJM Electronics
2907 Shelter Island Dr, 105-138, San Diego, CA
92106, 866-356-3532, sales@djmelectronics.com,
www.djmelectronics.com
Manufactures 100 dB flters available for high speed
digital signals. The patent pending technology passes
only the digital signal while maintaining 100 dB shielding
effectiveness from 10 kHz10 GHz and beyond. Offers
fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet or USB 2.0 in shielded
enclosures.
DLS Electronic Systems Inc
1250 Peterson Dr, Wheeling, IL 60090, 847-537-6400,
jblack@dlsemc.com, www.dlsemc.com
Provides full-service EMC testing to MIL-STD 461 A-F,
and RTCA DO-160C-G, Boeing Airbus FAA AC20-1362
Eurocealed-14E, and SAE ARP5412/5416, including
new multiple burst/multiple stroke lightning tests, for the
military, avionics, and aerospace industries. Also MIL-STD
704 and MIL-STD 1399. Offers 19 on-staff engineers and
is an EMC NARTE certifed organization.
Dontech Inc
700 Airport Blvd, Doylestown, PA 18902,
215-348-5010, info@dontech.com, www.dontech.com
Designs and manufactures optical flters, coatings and
components to enhance the optical and environmental
performance of electronic displays and precision optics.
Products include chemically and thermally strengthened
glass and plastic substrates coated with vacuum deposited
antirefective and/or conductive coatings, as well as
scratch and abrasion resistant coatings.
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Dot Hill Systems Corp
1351 S Sunset St, Longmont, CO 80501,
303-845-3200, www.dothill.com
Develops high-quality, commercial and military grade
storage products supporting the mission-critical
applications of government customers worldwide. The
companys dedicated government and defense team has
the experience to quickly understand the unique and
complex needs of government and defense environments.
DRS Signal Solutions
700 Quince Orchard Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878,
301-944-8616, www.drs-ds.com
Supplies RF tuners, broadband receivers, software
defnable solutions, and data recorders to the SIGINT
marketplace. Develops advanced RF solutions and
specialized black boxes to support the IC and the
Warfghter.
DRS Tactical Systems
WalkAbout Computers Div, (sub of DRS Technologies),
1110 W Hibiscus Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901,
321-727-3672, hammerheadsales@drs-ts.com,
www.drs-ts.com/walkabout
Delivers ultra-rugged, reliable and capable computers and
displays for cross-platform, real-time communications,
and information sharing. The systems work whenever or
wherever providing the information superiority military
forces need to achieve success on todays digital
battlefeld.
DRS Technologies Inc
40 Professional Dr, Gaithersburg, MD 20879,
301-921-8010, www.drs.com
Supplies integrated products, services and support
to military forces, intelligence agencies and prime
contractors.
DRS Technologies - RSTA
Reconnaissance, Surveillance & Target Acquisition
(RSTA) Div, 100 N Babcock St, Melbourne, FL 32935,
888-377-7782, info@drs-rsta.com, www.drs.com
Specializes in electro-optical and infrared technologies.
Mission-essential sighting and targeting systems
are integrated on frontline platforms throughout the
US armed forces, including ground vehicles, ships,
aircraft and individual Warfghters. Systems provide a
technological advantage in target detection, recognition
and identifcation, countermeasures and high-value asset
protection.
dSPACE Inc
(div of dSPACE GmbH), 50131 Pontiac Trail, Wixom, MI
48393-2020, 248-295-4700, info@dspaceinc.com,
www.dspaceinc.com
Provides hardware and software tools for developing and
testing sophisticated electronic control systems. Offers
high-quality, off-the-shelf software and hardware tools
have empowered engineers to design and innovate, while
dramatically reducing development times and cost for
more than 20 years.
DSPCon
(div of CDI-Aerospace LLC), 380 Foothill Rd, Bridgewater,
NJ 08807, 908-722-5656, dspsales@dspcon.com,
www.dspcon.com
Supplies high-performance, dynamic data
acquisition, analysis and archiving systems. Delivers
test-and-measurement solutions. Leading government
and aerospace organizations trust the company for
mission-critical signal-processing applications including
acoustic, vibration, shock and rotating machinery analysis,
sonar and radar processing, digital data recording and jet
engine testing.
Dynamic Systems Inc
15331 NE 90th St, Redmond, WA 98052,
425-216-1204, robf@dsisales.com,
www.a-barcode.com
Offers barcode tracking applications which include tool
and equipment, inventory, ID badge systems, asset
tracking, document tracking, time and attendance and
work order.
Dynatem Inc
23263 Madero, Suite C, Mission Viejo, CA 92691,
949-855-3235, sales@dynatem.com,
www.dynatem.com
Offers 3U and 6U VMEbus, CompactPCI, VPX, COM,
and custom single board computer modules, which are
suited to industrial and/or rugged real-time applications.
Processors supported include Intels Pentium M, Core Duo,
Quad Core and Freescales PowerQuicc II and lll. Most
new offerings available in conduction cooled, extended
temperature versions.
e-con Systems India Pvt Ltd
Rishabh Infopark, RR Tower - IV, 7th Fl Super A-16 &
A-17, Thiru-Vi-Ka Industrial Estate, Chennai,
Tamilnadu 600032 India, 91-44-42033600,
narsimhan@e-consystems.com,
www.e-consystems.com
Provides design and development services to customers.
Offers turnkey solutions to customers in the embedded
systems domain and also offers consultancy services.
Services include design consultancy and development
services at every stage of the product design, right
from the product conception/requirements study to fnal
delivery.
EcoSys
800 Westchester Ave, Suite 710, Rye Brook, NY 10573,
914-304-5000, info@ecosys.net, www.ecosys.net
Delivers next generation planning and cost controls
software in an integrated, easy-to-use web application.
Provides best practices for project cost management,
capital planning, budgeting and forecasting, funds and
resource management, and earned value management
(EVM).
n EDT Inc
Electronic Technologies Group Div, (sub of HEICO
Corp), 1400 NW Compton Dr, Suite 315,
Beaverton, OR 97006, 503-690-1234,
info@edt.com, www.edt.com
Designs and manufactures high-speed interfaces,
recorders, extenders, and simulators for such formats
as 1553B, LVDS/RS422, 1GbE-10GbE (optical and
electrical), STM1/OC3-STM64/OC192, E1-E4, RF,
IRIG-B, and Camera Link. Multiple form factors (PCIe,
PCI, cPCI, PMC) and platforms (Windows, Linux). Free
API and SDK, with generous engineer-to-engineer
support. Consulting available.
(See ad page 6)
EIC Solutions Inc
1825 Stout Dr, Warminster, PA 18974, 215-443-5190,
sales@eicsolutionsinc.com, www.eicsolutionsinc.com
Produces high quality products designed to protect
electronic equipment. Manufactures thermoelectric
air conditioners, electronic equipment enclosures, air
conditioned enclosures, air conditioned transit cases and
air conditioned DVR enclosures for use both indoors and
outdoors. A/Cs range from 200 to 2500 BTU.
EigenLight Corp
30 Centre Rd, Somersworth, NH 038783,
603-692-9200, sales@eigenlight.com,
www.eigenlight.com
Specializes in low-loss, minimally invasive optical power
monitoring. Optical power monitor equipment and
components provide in-line measurement solutions for a
wide-range of fber-optic applications. Supplies premium
patchcords, attenuators, multi-fber cable breakouts, and
custom fber termination services in a variety of fber and
connector types.
Elan Technical Corp
141 Kings Hwy E, Fairfeld, CT 06825, 203-335-2115,
elantechnical@sbcglobal.net, www.elantechnical.com
Eldec Corp
(div of Crane Aerospace & Electronics), 16700 13th
Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98037, 425-743-1313,
electronics@crane-eg.com, www.craneae.com
Designs and manufactures electronic and
electromechanical products for demanding aerospace and
defense applications. Products include power supplies,
power-management systems, battery chargers and
transformer rectifer units.
Electro-Mech Components Inc
1826 Floradale Ave, S El Monte, CA 91733-3689,
626-442-7180, info@electromechcomp.com,
www.electromechcomp.com
Designs and manufactures push button illuminated
switches, indicator lights, and multiswitch interlocking
assemblies for aircraft, avionics, gaming, medical,
communications, transportation, or any OEM front-panel
appliction. Specializes in custom switch requirements and
designs.
ELMA Electronic Inc
44350 S Grimmer Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538,
510-656-3400, sales@elma.com, www.elma.com
Manufactures and supplies electronic enclosures,
backplanes, racks and embedded computing systems.
Component product line offers a wide selection of
top quality switches knobs and LED arrays. Offers the
widest range of best in class products to meet customer
requirements.
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ELMA Electronic Inc
Embedded Computing Products, 760 Veterans Cir,
Warminster, PA 18974, 215-956-1200,
sales@elma.com, www.elmasystems.com
Provides rugged chassis and boards for integrated high
performance embedded computing solutions to companies
in the avionics and defense markets. A range of standard
and rugged VME, VPX, and SFF processor boards, storage,
NAS, networking, I/O boards, and software support enable
a standard or custom solution. ISO 9001:2000.
Elsys Instruments
234 Cromwell Hill Rd, Monroe, NY 10950,
845-238-3933, www.elsys-instruments.com
Develops and manufactures highly precise and high
resolution data acquisition equipment that focuses on fast
sampling rates.
Embedded Planet
4760 Richmond Rd, Suite 400, Warrensville Heights, OH
44128, www.embeddedplanet.com
Designs, manufactures, and customizes PowerPC based
OEM embedded single board computers including
complete frmware.
EMCCons Dr Rasek GmbH & Co KG
Boelwiese 4-8, Ebermannstadt 91320 Germany,
49-9194-9016, partner@emcc.de, www.emcc.de
Offers HIRF, EMI, RFI, ESD, LEMP, NEMP, COMSEC,
EMSEC, TEMPEST, RADIO, EMC, HERO, RADHAZ, and
direct-indirect lightning. Services include consulting,
planning, research and development, modifcations,
measurements, testing, site surveys, certifcations, and
trouble shooting.
Emerson Network Power
Embedded Computing Div, (business unit of Emerson
Electric), 2900 S Diablo Way, Suite 190, Tempe, AZ
85282, 602-438-5720,
embeddedcomputingsales@emerson.com,
www.emerson.com/embeddedcomputing
Provides COTS embedded computing solutions ranging
from board level products to fully integrated subsystems.
Business stability, technology innovation and world-class
manufacturing enables military and aerospace projects
worldwide to develop better products quickly, cost
effectively and with less risk.
EMTEQ
5349 S Emmer Dr, New Berlin, WI 53151,
262-679-6170, sales@emteq.com, www.emteq.com
Provides A-kits including RF, trays/pallets, wiring, Ethernet,
databus, and antenna doublers. Also offers LRUs, exterior
LED lighting including 400 cd anticollision, interior LED
lighting including NVIS green, red, white, wash, dome,
and reading, engineering design, testing, reporting,
consulting services, technical and installation support and
certifcation.
EMTEQ
1001 Collingswood Dr, Suite 1, Naperville, IL 60540,
630-579-8177, www.emteq.com
Provides A-kits including RF, trays/pallets, wiring, Ethernet,
databus, and antenna doublers. Also offers LRUs, exterior
LED lighting including 400 cd anticollision, interior LED
lighting including NVIS green, red, white, wash, dome,
and reading, engineering design, testing, reporting,
consulting services, technical and installation support and
certifcation.
Endicott Research Group (ERG) Inc
2601 Wayne St, Endicott, NY 13760, 607-754-9187,
backlight@ergpower.com, www.ergpower.com
Provides Smart Force LED drivers that are full-function,
plug-and-play power supplies for LED backlighting units
(BLUs) for LCDs up to 19 inches diagonal. Offers a wide
range of CCFL inverters that are compatible with OEM
LCDs. Has standard product from stock and short lead
times.
EnerSys
2366 Bernville Rd, Reading, PA 19612-4145,
610-208-1837, dana.kowalski@enersys.com,
www.enersys.com
Provides solutions for industrial applications.
Manufactures, distributes, and services reserve power and
motive power batteries, chargers, power equipment, and
battery accessories to customers worldwide.
Enertronix.de
Gewerbepark BWB 29, Bruckmhl D-83052
Germany, 49-8062-7268-0, info@enertronix.de,
www.enertronix.de
Designs and manufactures all kinds of power supplies,
DC/DC-converters and battery chargers for harsh
environments, mobile equipment and military applications.
The range is from low power up to high power with
several k watts and/or 100 Amps. Company holds ISO
9001-quality approval.
EngineerSupply.com
21430 Timberlake Rd, Unit 349, Lynchburg, VA 24502,
800-591-8907, customerservice@engineersupply.com,
www.engineersupply.com
Provides engineering tools and supplies, blueprint storage,
surveying equipment, drafting supplies, school supplies,
construction calculators, offce furniture, engineering offce
supplies, and measuring tools.
Esterel Technologies Inc
100 View St, Suite 208, Mountain View, CA 94041,
650-641-3250, sales@esterel-technologies.com,
www.esterel-technologies.com
Offers model-based design, verifcation and code
generation tools for critical system and software
development. A privately held company with European
headquarters in Elancourt, France, US headquarters in
Boston, Massachusetts and direct sales offces throughout
the world.
Esterline Power Systems
(div of Esterline Technologies), 6900 Orangethorpe Ave,
PO Box 5032, Buena Park, CA 90622-5032,
714-736-7598, info@leachintl.com, www.esterline.com
Products include LEACH mil-qualifed subminiature
relays, DC/AC contactors (ELCUs, RCCBs, GFI, high
voltage 270Vdc), time delay/sensing relays, next
generation solid-state power controllers, keyboards and
illuminated switches, and electrical power distribution
assemblies/equipment for commercial and military
aerospcae applications. Provides lower cost, lighter weight
power switching and control solutions.
E-T-A Circuit Breakers
1551 Bishop Ct, Mt Prospect, IL 60056, 847-827-7600,
usinfo@e-t-a.com, www.e-t-a.com/electronic
Manufactures circuit breakers for equipment and supports
all circuit protection technologies. Thermal, thermal
magnetic, magnetic, and high performance circuit
breakers are available in more than 150 models and
350,000 different confgurations. All models are precision
manufactured to perform and ft the applications created
by advancing technology.
EURESYS Inc
27126B Paseo Espada, Suite 704, San Juan Capistrano,
CA 92675, 630-250-2300, sales@euresys.com,
www.euresys.com
Offers a complete range of innovative and
high-performance image acquisition sub-systems for
high-end video surveillance and industrial machine
vision applications, as well as robust and powerful image
analysis tools for industrial machine vision applications.
EURESYS sa
Ave du Pr Aily, 14, Angleur B-4031 Belgium,
32-4-367-72-88, herve.copin@euresys.com,
www.euresys.com
Offers a complete range of innovative and
high-performance image acquisition sub-systems for
high-end video-surveillance and industrial machine
vision applications, as well as robust and powerful image
analysis tools for industrial machine vision applications.
Evans Capacitor Co
72 Boyd Ave, East Providence, RI 02914,
401-435-3555, chasd@evanscap.com,
www.evanscap.com
Manufactures high-energy density electrolytic and
electrolytic/electrochemical capacitors. Hermetic, tantalum
hybrid capacitors are more energy dense than tantalum
wet capacitors. Used in laser targeting communications
modules, controls, cockpit displays, phased array radars,
and fre control systems.
Exalos AG
Wagistrasse 21, Schlieren 8952 Switzerland,
41-43-4446090, info@exalos.com, www.exalos.com
Develops and provides advanced light source solutions
based on superluminescent light emitting diodes (SLEDS)
and swept sources to the fber-optic gyroscope, medical
imaging (OCT), test equipment and sensor applications,
covering the visible and near-IR wavelength range. ISO
9001:2008 certifed.
EXFO
400 Godin Ave, Quebec City, QC G1M 2K2, Canada,
418-683-0211, info@exfo.com, www.exfo.com
Provides portable optical test solutions and supplies
protocol and access test solutions. The test platforms host
a range of modular test solutions across optical, physical,
data, and network layers. The life sciences and industrial
division offer value-added solutions in the life sciences
sectors.
Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc (X-ES)
3225 Deming Way, Suite 120, Middleton, WI 53562,
608-833-1155, sales@xes-inc.com, www.xes-inc.com
Designs and builds chassis, single-board computers,
I/O, power, backplane, and system-level products within
the embedded computer industry. Offers cutting-edge
performance and fexibility in design plus an unparalleled
level of customer support and service.
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n Falcon Electronics
47 Mall Dr, Suite 5, Commack, NY 11725,
631-351-8515, bfynn@falconelec.com,
www.falconelec.com
Distributes military, hi-rel and space-grade
semiconductors including ARINC 429/1553 databus
products, power supplies, data acquisition circuits,
solid-state data storage and full MIL-SMD Static
RAMs. Supplies companies including Datel, DPACI,
Holt, ISC8, Microsemi, PDI, Semtech, SMART Modular
Technologies, Spectrum Microwave, TT electronics,
Vishay, Western Digital and Xtreme Semiconductor.
(See ad page 13)
n Falcon Electronics
1505 W University Dr, Suite 105, Tempe, AZ
85281, 480-829-1100, ian@falconelec.com,
www.falconelec.com
Distributes military grade semiconductors, including
ARINC 429/1553 databus, power supplies, data
acquisition (A/D converters), hi-rel solid-state data
storage, and full MIL-SMD static RAMS. Supplies
companies including Microsemi, Western Digital,
SiliconSystems Inc, Murata Power Solutions, Semtech,
Holt, Optek, Vishay, Digital Power, Siliconix, Semelab,
Satcon, Xtreme Semiconductor and DPACI.
(See ad page 13)
FASTSIGNS of Huntsville
4294-A University Dr NW, Huntsville, AL 35816,
256-722-5227, 523@fastsigns.com,
www.fastsigns.com/523
Provides signage and graphic solutions. Full color
graphics applications are unlimited for use on decals,
labels, vehicles, safety, ADA, architectural, site signage
and tradeshow media. Offers strategies, technologies,
and professional services that streamlime project
management.
FCI
825 Old Trail Rd, Etters, PA 17319, 800-237-2374,
electronics.us@fciconnect.com, www.fci.com
Manufactures connectors and interconnect systems.
Has operations in 30 countries. Committed to providing
customers with high-quality and innovative products for a
range of consumer and industrial applications.
Federal Electronics Inc
75 Stamp Farm Rd, Cranston, RI 02921, 401-944-6200,
sales@federalelec.com, www.federalelec.com
Provides electronic manufacturing services focusing
on military/high-end commercial applications.
Services include advanced technology PCBAs,
copper cable and wire harness assemblies,
electro-optic interconnect assemblies, higher/frame
level assemblies, and system integration. Additional
administrative/engineering capabilities include functional
test development/deployment, DFMA analysis, and supply
chain management solutions.
FEI-Zyfer Inc
(sub of Frequency Electronics Inc), 7321 Lincoln Way,
Garden Grove, CA 92841-1428, 714-933-4000,
sales@fei-zyfer.com, www.fei-zyfer.com
Develops and manufactures commercial-off-the-shelf
(COTS) and custom designs to meet requirements for
precise time and frequency references. Engineering
expertise in both oscillator and system design ensures
that customers are provided with the most reliable and
accurate systems available. SAASM military and C/A
systems available with Rubidium or OCXO.
Fiber Optic Hardware
21640 N 19th Ave, Suite C-103, Phoenix, AZ 85027,
623-505-0915, sales@fberoptichardware.com,
www.fberoptichardware.com
FiberSavvy.com
36595 Kevin Rd, Suite 138-139, Wildomar, CA
92595, 951-801-5780, sales@fbersavvy.com,
www.fbersavvy.com
Supplies fber-optic cable equipment, servicing the
electrical, electronic, and communications industries.
Fischer Connectors
1735 Founders Pkwy, #100, Alpharetta, GA
30004-7606, 770-352-0606,
mail@fscherconnectors.com,
www.fscherconnectors.com
Designs, manufactures and distributes high-performance
connectors and cable assembly solutions. Known for
reliability and precision, the products are commonly
used by military forces worldwide. Primary design and
manufacturing facilities are located in Switzerland, with
subsidiaries and distributors located worldwide.
FLIR Systems Inc
27700A SW Parkway Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070,
503-498-3457, david.strong@fir.com, www.fir.com/gs
Designs, manufactures, and markets thermal imaging and
stabilized camera systems for a variety of thermography
and imaging applications. Includes condition monitoring,
research and development, manufacturing process
control, airborne observation and broadcast, search and
rescue, drug interdiction, surveillance and reconnaissance,
navigation safety, border and maritime patrol,
environmental monitoring, and ground-based security.
Fox Electronics
5570 Enterprise Pkwy, Ft Myers, FL 33905,
239-693-0099, elf@foxonline.com, www.foxonline.com
Supplies standard and custom frequency control products,
including a line of crystals, oscillators, VCXOs, TCXOs,
OCXOs, and crystal flters. Facilities, representatives, and
distributors worldwide.
Fralock
28525 W Industry Dr, Valencia, CA 91355,
714-357-5603, jimc@fralock.com, www.fralock.com
Fabricates and distributes EMI shielding, thermal interface
materials, electrical insulating materials, tapes and
adhesives, Cirlex, Kapton and Tefon. All materials can be
custom cut to specifcations. ISO9001-2000 and AS9100
registered, approved QPL supplier MIL-DTL-83528 and
ITAR compilant.
Frankfurt Laser Co
An den 30 Morgen 13, Friedrichsdorf 61381
Germany, 49-6172-27978-0, sales@frlaserco.com,
www.frlaserco.com
Supplies CW single-mode and broad area diode lasers
(visible 405 to 690 nm, 3 mW to 1W, IR 705 to 2400
nm, and 1 mW to 7W,) pulse IR diode lasers, super
luminescent diodes in 680 to 1670 nm, fber-coupled
packages, high-power diode lasers arrays, and more.
GACI
5 ave du Quebec, Villebon sur Yvette 91140 France,
33-1-69-07-16-86, sales@gaci.fr, www.gaci.fr
Serves the aerospace and defense industry to provide
relevant technologies and solutions according to
requirements. Offers a complete range of customized and
innovative products based on state of the art technology
in the felds of embedded computers, RF front end and
switchs.
n Gaia Converter Inc
4038 le Corbusier Blvd, Laval, QC H7L 5R2, Canada,
514-333-3169, salesus@gaia-converter.com,
www.gaia-converter.com
Offers 3500 standard power component references
serving the hi-rel, RoHS industrial, transportation,
aerospace, and military markets. Provides power
module/COTS solutions, DC/DC converters, and
power supplies, EMI flters, and AC/DC converters.
The companys technical support will help design a
complete solution based on the exact requirements
of the project.
(See ad page 20)
Gamma Scientifc
8581 Aero Dr, San Diego, CA 92123, 858-279-8034,
contact@gamma-sci.com, www.gamma-sci.com
Helps leading manufacturers, universities and government
institutions achieve precision light measurements.
Military solutions include NVIS radiometers, NVIS
sectroradiometers for ANVIS testing of cockpit displays,
integrating spheres, photometers and radiometers.
Exceeds MIL-L-85762A and MIL-STD-3009 requirements.
Garwood Laboratories Inc
7829 Industry Ave, Pico Rivera, CA 90660,
562-949-2727, sales@garwoodlabs.com,
www.garwoodlabs.com
Provides certifcation testing for commercial and military
aerospace components for domestic and international
standards for aerospace, military and telecommunications
markets since 1954. Specializes in FAA, RTCA and FCC
certifcation, lightning strike simulation per Boeing and
Airbus, RTCA/DO, MIL-STD and EUROCAELED testing and
offer climatics, shock and vibration, EMC/EMI/RF testing
services.
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GDCA Inc
1799 Portola Ave, Livermore, CA 94551,
925-456-9900, sales@gdca.com, www.gdca.com
Manufactures legacy embedded computer products
with a variety of architectures, such as VME, STD, and
CompactPCI. GDCA has licensed end-of-life products
from OEMs such as Motorola, Curtiss-Wright, RadisSys,
Performance Technologies, Force Computers, Prolog, Dy4,
Ziatech, and others. Acquires legacy products, manages
obsolescence, and continues to manufacture or support
them indefnitely.
n GE Intelligent Platforms
(div of General Electric), 7401 Snaproll NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87109, 505-875-0600,
www.ge.ip.com
Provides embedded computing solutions. Products
include single-board computers, networking products,
avionics interfaces, rugged fat-panel monitors, and
complete computer systems.
(See ad page 7)
Gemini Electronic Components
420 Columbus Ave, Valhalla, NY 10595, 914-769-9200,
sales@geminielec.com, www.geminielec.com
Distributes and exports electronic components,
specializing in MIL-SPEC connectors and eletromechanical
and passive components. Offers value added cable
assemblies, solutions from stock and custom connector
solutions such as EMI/RFI flter pin and hermetics.
ISO9001:2008 certifed and DSCC approved. Registered
ITAR compliant exporter with US State Dept DDTC.
General Air Products Inc
Industrial/Fluid Process Div, 118 Summit Dr, Exton, PA
19341, 610-524-8950, rmfjr@generalairproducts.com,
www.generalairproducts.com
General Digital Corp
8 Nutmeg Rd S, South Windsor, CT 06074,
800-952-2535, khagland@generaldigital.com,
www.generaldigital.com
Provides LCD monitors including rack-mount, rack-mount
fip-up, rack-mount fip-up with integral keyboards,
standalone, panel mount, large format, environmentally
sealed, sunlight readable, and open frame. Also offers
LED/NVIS, MIL-STD-901D, 461E, 810E, DHAs and optical
bonding services.
General Dynamics C4 Systems
8201 E McDowell Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85257,
480-441-3033, info@gdc4s.com, www.gdc4s.com
Provides affordable access to computing platforms built
especially for the tactical environment. Provides secure
C4I solutions that integrate custom-developed and COTS
products for the military and commercial markets. Offers
automated approaches to mission planning, battlespace
management, targeting/fre support, mapping, charting
and geodesy, and simulation.
General Micro Systems Inc
8358 Maple Pl, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730,
909-980-4863, www.gms4sbc.com
Provides a diverse line of single-board computers.
Established VME and cPCI supplier, shipping SBCs on VME
platforms since the VMEbus inception in 1981.
Germane Systems
3680 Centerview Dr, Chantilly, VA 20151, 703 502
8890, sales@germane.com, www.germane.com
Designs and manufactures COTS-based rugged high
performance computers, servers, and storage systems
for mission-critical military, aerospace, and industrial
applications. Rugged products ensure the highest reliability
and availability for extreme environments by meeting or
exceeding MIL-STD 810G. A WOSB located in Chantilly,
VA.
Getac Inc
(div of Mitac Technology Corp), 20762 Linear
Ln, Lake Forest, CA 92630, 866-464-3822,
ruggedsales@getac.com, www.getac.com
Offers an extensive rugged computing product line from
notebook to tablets and handhelds with ruggedness
level ranging from fully rugged, semi-rugged to business
rugged.
GigOptix Inc
130 Baytech Dr, San Jose, CA 95134, 408-522-3100,
sales@gigoptix.com, www.gigoptix.com
Supplies semiconductor and optical components
that enable high-speed information streaming and
address emerging high-growth opportunities in the
communications, industrial, defense and avionics
industries.
Global Training Solutions Inc
3163 Winston Churchill Blvd, PO Box 26067,
Mississauga, ON L5L 5W7, Canada, 416-806-5777,
info@globaltrainingsolutions.ca,
www.globaltrainingsolutions.ca
Provides E-learning, CBT and classroom training
programs. Topics include NERC compliance, electrical
circuits, health, safety and environment, T&D, electrical,
control circuits, troubleshooting simulations, gas turbines,
industrial skills, information security, substations, and PLC
circuits.
Goodrich Corp
4 Coliseum Centre, 2730 W Tyvola Rd, Charlotte, NC
28217-4578, 704-423-7000,
communications@goodrich.com, www.goodrich.com
Supplies systems and services to the aerospace and
defense markets.
GPS Source Inc
64 Mission Dr, Pueblo West, CO 81007, 719-561-9520,
sales@gpssource.com, www.gpssource.com
GrammaTech Inc
317 N Aurora St, Ithaca, NY 14850, 607-273-7340,
info@grammatech.com, www.grammatech.com
Develops CodeSonar, a static-analysis tool that identifes
serious defects in C/C++ code.
Green Hills Software Inc
30 W Sola St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101,
805-965-6044, info@ghs.com, www.ghs.com
Manufactures integrated software development platform
for avionics in combination with certifcation services.
Since 2002, the INTEGRITY-178B RTOS has been certifed
on multiple aircraft to RTCA/DO-178B level A and since
2008, certifed to EAL6+, High Robustness, delivering the
highest levels of safety and security.
Greenlee, a Textron Co
4455 Boeing Dr, Rockford, IL 61109, 815-397-7070,
www.greenlee.com
Helps customers take technology from the benign,
protected, and controlled environments of offce buildings
and labs to the extremely hostile environments exposed at
high altitudes, below the sea, and in space.
GridPlex Networks
7000 Terminal Sq, Upper Darby, PA 19082,
chairman.gridplex@gmail.com,
www.gridplexnetworks.com
Offers adaptive automation solutions fully-integrated
adaptive energy management and automation systems
combine and optimize electricity generation and usage
with on-site microgrids, local demand control, advanced
lighting systems and grid-based power.
G-S Plastic Optics
408 St Paul St, PO Box 31091, Rochester, NY 14605,
585-295-0200, info@gsoptics.com, www.gsoptics.com
Manufactures precision polymer optics used in imaging,
scanning, detection, and illumination applications
worldwide. Has in-house capability to provide diamond
turned and injection molded prototypes, production
injection molding, thin-flm/refective coatings, and
integrated optical solutions to meet wide ranges of military,
medical, commercial, and consumer markets.
HALT and HASS Labs
(sub of Ops A La Carte), 990 Richard Ave, Suite 101,
Santa Clara, CA 95050, 408-654-0499,
mikes@opsalacarte.com, www.haltandhasslabs.com
Offers professional consultation focused on reliability
engineering services, reliability management, and reliability
education to assist customers in developing and executing
any and all elements of reliability throughout their
organization and their products life cycle.
Hans von Mangoldt Reactors
W62 N248 Washington Ave, Suite 208, Cedarburg, WI
53012, 262-618-2403,
jahoudek@alliedindustrialmarketing.com,
www.mangoldt.com
Harris CapRock Communications
(div of Harris Corp), 4400 S Sam Houston Pkwy E,
Houston, TX 77048, 832-668-2300, hcnfo@harris.com,
www.harriscaprock.com
Provides managed communications to extreme
environments, including the energy, government and
maritime markets.
Harwin Inc
7B Raymond Ave, Unit 11, Salem, NH 03079,
603-893-5376, mis@harwin.com, www.harwin.com
Manufactures high-reliability, COTS connectors for safety
critical applications. A totally integrated manufacturing
company, retains all manufacturing capabilities in house
which allows for a high degree of fexibility and control
over quality and lead times.
HC Controls Inc
3271 Pleasant Ter, Crestview, FL 32539,
850-398-2188, sales@hccontrols.com,
www.hccontrols.com
Distributes CEC vibration products. Based in northwest
Florida, the company is ideally situated to service Florida,
Alabama and Georgia and beyond. Has more than 20
years experience supplying, installing, commissioning and
supporting complex instrumentation installations.
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HDL Research Lab Inc
406 W Blue Bell Rd, PO Box 2108, Brenham, TX
77834-2108, 979-836-2300, sales@hdlpower.com,
www.hdlpower.com
Designs and manufactures COTS and custom power
supplies, converters, inverters and power distribution units
for military use including hi-temp, rad-hard, low/high
voltage, and tin-lead high-rel soldering up to 25 KW.
Offers environmental test lab, XRF, x-ray and AOI. Teaming
ensures system integration, lower costs, shorter schedules
and less risk. Small business. AS9100 certifed.
HEPA Corp
3071 E Coronado St, Anaheim, CA 92806,
714-630-5700, info@hepa.com, www.hepa.com
Advanced design HEPA and ULPA flters in all standard
styles, plus roomside replaceable modules, energy-savers,
high temperature, low AMC, fan flter units, and the
exclusive Q3-4000 gridless cleanroom celing system.
High Energy Devices LLC
26 Hollenberg Ct, Bridgeton, MO 63044,
314-291-0030, info@highenergydevices.com,
www.highenergydevices.com
Designs and manufactures multi-electrode spark gaps
that protect components, transfer stored energy, provide
nano-second switching, serve as pulse generators,
control ignition systems, and a host of other applications.
Choose from 400V to 60 kV gaps. High level of fexibility
for responding to short term and scheduled delivery
requirements.
Highway Products Inc
7905 Agate Rd, White City, OR 97503, 800-866-5269,
kc@800toolbox.com, www.800toolbox.com
Manufactures custom metal toolboxes, service bodies,
fatbeds and customized cargo management units for
trucks.
Hi-Rel Products
6278 N Federal Hwy, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33308,
954-673-7933, kjb@hi-relsales.com,
www.hi-relsales.com
Provides environmental test chambers for thermal shock,
HALT HASS, vibration, temperature and humidity to meet
MIL-STD-810 reliability tests.
Hirox-USA Inc
100 Commerce Way, Hackensack, NJ 07601,
201-342-2600, info@hirox-usa.com,
www.hirox-usa.com
Designs and manufactures 3-D digital microscope
systems 0-7000x magnifcation. Also portable and
hand-held digital microscope.
Hitex Development Tools GmbH
Greschbachstrasse 12, Karlsruhe D-76229 Germany,
49-721-9628-0, sales@hitex.de, www.hitex.com
Offers a portfolio that comprises sophisticated solutions to
support users in getting high-quality applications to market
faster. This includes in-circuit emulators, debuggers,
evaluation boards, software tools for automated software
test, compilers, bus and protocol analyzers as well as
programmers. Also offers expert services throughout the
complete development cycle.
Holt Integrated Circuits
23351 Madero, Mission Viejo, CA 92691-2730,
949-859-8800, info@holtic.com, www.holtic.com
Supplies ICs for avionics and military data bus
applications. Wide range of ARINC 429 products.
MIL-STD-1553 BC/MT/RT protocol ICs, transceivers
and transformers. Other IC offerings include ARINC
825 (CAN), ARINC 717, RS-485/422, analog switches
and discrete to digital sensing. Products are
specifed by more than 400 avionics manufacturers
worldwide.
Honeywell Aerospace
1944 E Sky Harbor Cir, PO Box 2102-103, Phoenix, AZ
85034, 800-601-3099, www.honeywell.com
Provides integrated avionics, engines, systems and service
solutions for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, business and
general aviation, military, space and airport operations.
Delivers commercial and defense and space products,
systems and services across the aerospace industry.
Honeywell Solid State Electronic Center
(div of Honeywell Inc), 12001 State Hwy 55,
Plymouth, MN 55441, 800-323-8295,
customerservice@honeywell.com, www.honeywell.com
Provides a full range of aerospace products and services
for military and commercial programs. Combines 40 years
experience with innovative technology to help customers
pioneer new frontiers, reduce risks, and effectively serve
crucial government programs.
HotSeat Chassis Inc
111 Napco Dr, Terryville, CT 06786-7310,
860-582-5031, www.hotseatsim.com
Manufactures the Pilot Pro chassis for development of new
training and cockpit designs for the Army.
Hoyt Electrical Instrument
23 Meter St, Penacook, NH 03303, 603-753-6321,
info@hoytmeter.com, www.hoytmeter.com
Manufactures and distributes analog and digital
meters. Carries a variety of custom meters and a line
of transducers, shunts, transformers, data loggers,
switchboard meters, kWHr meters, relays, timers,
controllers, gauges, and sensors, including Broyce, AECO,
Multitek, NK, Carrel & Carrel, and a variety of others.
HUBER+SUHNER Inc
(sub of HUBER+SUHNER AG), 19 Thompson Dr,
Essex Junction, VT 05452, 802-878-0555,
info.na@hubersuhner.com, www.hubersuhnerinc.com
Supplies components and systems for electrical and
optical connectivity. Offers technical expertise in RF,
electro-optics and wire and cable engineering under a
single roof, providing a range of products that can be
relied on in any application under all conditions.
Hybricon Corp
12 Willow Rd, Ayer, MA 01432, 978-772-5422,
info@hybricon.com, www.hybricon.com
Provides integrated system solutions, electronic
enclosures, and backplanes for military,
telecommunications, and commercial applications.
Dedicated to ensuring quality products. Offers the
newest technologies for OpenVPX, VPX, VME, VME64X,
CompactPCI, VXS, and custom bus structures. ISO
9001:2008/AS9100 registered.
Hypertronics Corp
16 Brent Dr, Hudson, MA 01749, 978-568-0451,
info@hypertronics.com, www.hypertronics.com
Supplies interconnect solutions for the most demanding
applications requiring superior quality, performance,
and reliability. Hypertac technology delivers unfailing
performance in high-reliability applications. Offers a variety
of connector solutions, including cable assemblies, custom
design and engineering services, and application support.
IBI Systems Inc
6842 NW 20th Ave, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33309,
954-978-9225, ibisys@aol.com, www.ibi-systems.com
Offers rugged computer systems for rack-mount
or portable applications, specializing in custom
confgurations.
IEC & Associates
2474-108 Walnut St, Cary, NC 27518, 919-413-1290,
mark.keith.pe@ieca-inc.com, www.ieca-inc.com
Provides electrical and electronic forensic and investigative
engineering services, patent infringement analysis, reverse
engineering, product teardowns, design engineering,
failure analysis, and expert witness services.
IEE Inc
7723 Kester Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91405, 800-422-0867,
smotter@ieeinc.com, www.ieeinc.com
Develops highly advanced information displays and
integrated display solutions utilizing the most current
human system interface (HIS) technologies. Founded in
1946.
IMC Networks
19772 Pauling, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610,
949-465-3000, sales@imcnetworks.com,
www.imcnetworks.com
Offers a variety of stand-alone and modular
copper-to-fber media converters, fber mode converters,
as well as intelligent fber-to-the-premises solutions.
Supporting 10/100/1000 Ethernet, WDM, VDSL, T1/E1,
and DS3/E3 networking technologies. Products are made
in the US at an ISO 9001:2008 certifed facility.
IMPCO Inc
27 Dexter Rd, PO Box 14666, East Providence, RI
02914, 401-521-2490, mail@impco-inc.com,
www.impco-inc.com
Offers vacuum-impregnation, equipment, resins, and
parts-cleaning, impregnating and pressure-testing
services for permanently sealing micro and macro porosity
in metal and powdered-metal castings, ceramics, and
electronic connectors.
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IMT
200 International Dr, Mount Olive, NJ 07828,
908-852-3700, www.imt-government.com
Offers advanced digital microwave video systems for
military, government and law enforcement applications.
IMT does business with state and local police
departments, NASA, the Department of Justice, the US Air
Force as well as blue chip defense contractors.
Industrial Computing
260 Bear Hill Rd, Suite 100, Waltham, MA 02451,
781-890-3111, dberman@industcomputing.com,
www.industcomputing.com
Designs and builds a range of rugged and MIL-SPEC
fat-panel displays, 6.4 to 21-in. Also builds the Guardian
range of rugged rack-mount and portable PCs, including
notebook, laptop, and lunchbox models. Builds tablet and
hand-held military computers.
Industrial Training Consultants Inc
2969 Hwy 11, Pelham, AL 35124, 205-663-4960,
contact@itctrng.com, www.itctrng.com
Develops customized, site- or equipment-specifc
training programs for operations, maintenance, and
safety. Generic programs available include maintenance,
preventive maintenance, safety and industry-specifc.
Various media. Over 25 years experience.
InfoSight Corp
20700 US Hwy 23, PO Box 5000, Chillicothe, OH
45601, 740-642-3600, sales@infosight.com,
www.infosight.com
Manufactures industrial marking machines, metal tags,
printers and barcode reading equipment for manual and
automatic identifcation.
Infotech Enterprises Ltd
11, Software Units Layout, Infocity, Madhapur,
Hyderbad 500 081 India, 91-40-2311-0357/8,
engineering@infotech-enterprises.com,
www.infotech-enterprises.com
Provides leading-edge engineering solutions, including
product development and life- cycle support, process,
network and content engineering to major organizations
worldwide. With nearly two decades of continuous
growth, the company leverages a Global Delivery and
Collaborative Engineering model to active measurable and
sustainable beneft.
INICORE Inc
5600 Mowry School Rd, Suite 180, Newark, CA 94560,
510-445-1529, www.inicore.com
Emphasizes on the design and reusability of IP-based
system-on-silicon solutions. Expertise in architecture,
IP, methodology and tool handling provides an
environment that helps shorten the design cycle and
speed time to market. Offers feasibility studies, concept
analysis, architecture defnition, code generation and
implementation and IP core development.
INNOTRONIKS
LED High Brightness Div, 473 Sapena Ct, Suite 19,
Santa Clara, CA 95054, info@innotroniks.com,
www.innotroniks.com
Designs, prototypes, and manufactures high-fux
high-brightness LED lights and luminaires for commercial,
industrial, and hi-rel customers. Newest products include
a 90W high-brightness white LED street light and a 50W
submersible LED spotlight. Provides technical expertise
and consulting to hi-rel RF microwave industries.
Innovative Integration
2390 Ward Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93065,
805-578-4260, nhenderson@innovative-dsp.com,
www.innovative-dsp.com
Provides board-level hardware products that integrate
analog I/O and reconfgurable FPGAs to provide
cost-effective solutions for challenging data acquisition
and signal processing applications.
In-Phase Technologies Inc
Bldg 5, Suite A, 401 Boordentown-Hedding Rd,
Bordentown, NJ 08505, 609-298-9555,
info@in_phasetech.com, www.in-phasetech.com
Specializes in design, development, and production of a
wide variety of advanced components and systems that
operate over the entire frequency spectrum from DC to
lightwave. Provides single-source responsibility for high
performance, high reliability aerospace, military and
commercial automated test systems.
Intercon Inc
1222 Corporate Pk Dr, Forest, VA 24551,
434-258-7729, www.interconinc.com
Manufactures custom cable assemblies and wire
harnesses for a wide variety of markets. Custom build
capabilities allow the company to meet the needs of any
industry application.
Interconnect Devices Inc
(sub of Smiths Interconnect), 5101 Richland Ave, Kansas
City, KS 66106, 913-342-5544, info@idinet.com,
www.idinet.com
Designs and manufactures spring contact probes and
OEM connectors for the military industry. The companys
innovative spring probe technology offers advantages in
reliability, performance, resistance, and effciency. When
integrated with its custom interconnects, the technology
provides unlimited options and optimal performance for
the most critical environments.
Interconnect Systems Inc
759 Flynn Rd, Camarillo, CA 93012-8056,
805-482-2870, info@isipkg.com, www.isipkg.com
Provides 3-D and multi-chip modules, IC obsolescence
and footprint adapters, miniaturized FPGA computing
systems, FPGA processor boards, near-sensor
image-processing solutions, and connectors.
Interface Concept
3, rue Flix Le Dantec, Quimper, Brittany 29000
France, 33-298573030, info@interfaceconcept.com,
www.interfaceconcept.com
Designs and manufactures SBCs, Ethernet switches,
IO boards, FPGA boards (FEP), video and storage
modules, based on Intel, PowerPC processors and
FPGA, for embedded applications (industrial, mil-aero,
transportation). Offers a wide range of standard products
(VPX, cPCI, XMC, etc) completed by custom-designed
solutions. Software support for VxWorks and Linux.
Interpoint
(div of Crane Aerospace & Electronics) (sub of Crane Co),
10301 Willows Road NE, PO Box 97005, Redmond,
WA 98073, 425-882-3100, power@crane-eg.com,
www.craneae.com/interpoint
Manufactures high-density, high-reliability electronics,
microelectronics and DC/DC converters for aerospace,
including commercial, military, space, medical and
industrial applications. The DC/DC converters and EMI
flters have proven performance in extreme environments
where high reliability is required and failure is not an
option.
Interstate Connecting Components
120 Mt Holly Bypass, Lumberton, NJ 08048,
856-722-5535, rfq@connecticc.com,
www.connecticc.com
Distributes military connectors and connector accessories.
Carries inventory from manufacturers, such as ADI,
Amphenol, Array Connector, Delta Electronics, Fiber
Systems International, J-Tech, Sumitomo, SUNBANK, and
Trompeter Electronics.
IRphotonics
7 Cobblestone Dr, Hamden, CT 06518, 877-340-6982,
sales@irphotonics.com, www.irphotonics.com
Manufactures technologically sophisticated infrared fbers
and systems that are used for the transmission of infrared
light, and for assembly operations requiring high intensity
infrared heat. Offers innovative products ranging from
specialty optical fbers to its raward-winning iCure thermal
spot curing system.
IRT Integrated Rectifer Technologies Inc
15360-116th Ave, Edmonton, AB T5M 3Z6,
Canada, 780-447-1114, sales@irtrectifer.com,
www.irtrectifer.com
Designs, manufactures and supplies rectifers/control
panels for cathodic protection of metal structures.
ITT Electronic Systems
77 River Rd, Clifton, NJ 07014-2099, 973-284-0123,
www.es.itt.com
Supplies electronic warfare technology for mission
success and survivability. Key technologies include
integrated EW systems for self protection, reconnaissance,
and surveillance, force protection, mine defense, naval
commander/sonar applications, submarine communication
and tracking, aircraft armament suspension/release
equipment, electronic weapons interface systems, and
advanced composite structures and subsystems.
ITT Night Vision
Night Vision Div, (sub of ITT Corp), 7635 Plantation Rd,
Roanoke, VA 24019, 540-563-0371, nvsales@itt.com,
www.nightvision.com
Provides image intensifer tubes and systems to many
allied and friendly nations. ITT received the Omnibus VII
night vision contract from the US Army contracting agency
of White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
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ITT Power Solutions
Defense Div, 11 Interstate Dr, West Springfeld, MA
01089, 413-263-6200, patti.dinneen@itt.com,
www.ittpowersolutions.com
Designs and manufactures custom high- and
low-voltage power supplies for rugged, miniaturized, and
high-reliability military and commercial applications. Power
systems and electronic subsystem integration for avionic,
command centers, communications, displays, missiles,
ground radar, space, and surveillance. Custom high
voltage power supplies.
Jabil Defense and Aerospace Services
(JDAS)
(div of Jabil), 10500 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N,
St Petersburg, FL 33716, 727-577-9749,
phillip_vest@jabil.com, www.jabil.com/danda
Offers defense and aerospace industry focused electronic
design and manufacturing services, rapid prototyping,
compressed timelines for design-to-market production,
programs and tools to mitigate E&O risk, highly motivated
and responsive customer focused work cells, and
exceptional industry experience and reputation. Also
leverage its parent companys material spend, global
footprint, and assets.
JENOPTIK I Defense & Civil Systems
Sensors Systems Div, ESW GmbH, Pruessingstrasse 41,
Jena, Thuringia 07745 Germany, 49-3641-65-3041,
sensorsystems.dcs@jenoptik.com,
www.jenoptik.com/dcs
Develops and manufactures powerful and reliable IR
and laser sensor solutions for defense and security
applications. Products include long-range laser
rangefnders and high resolution thermal imagers for
reconnaissance and surveillance, eyesafe laser sensors
for live battlefeld simulation and training. LIDAR systems,
real-time thermographic cameras and modules for system
integration.
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH
Optics Business Unit, Goeschwitzer Strasse 25,
Jena 07745 Germany, 49-3641-65-3148,
optics.os@jenoptik.com, www.jenoptik.com/optics
Supplies IR optics for civilian, security, and miltary
applications. The features and characteristics of these
products are defned by customized requirements. The
development and production of optical components,
assemblies and complex modules for IR systems is part of
the technological core competences of the optics business
division.
JGL Relocation and Management Services
Ltd
(sub of JGL Operations Ltd), 3B Dicconson Ter, Lytham,
Lancashire UK, 44-125-3795900, lettings@jgl.co.uk,
www.jgl.co.uk
Provides specialist relocation services throughout the UK,
and 24-hour property management.
J-TEC Associates Inc
5005 Blairs Forest Ln NE, Suite L, Cedar Rapids, IA
52402-8832, 319-393-5200,
j-tec@j-tecassociates.com, www.j-tecassociates.com
Sells proprietary fow measurement products, one of which
is the Crosswind Sensor that is part of the Fire Control
System for the large weapon system on the M1A2 tank,
the Stryker MGS, and other military vehicles.
JTime Inc
228 Windsor River Rd, Suite 225, Windsor, CA 95492,
707-837-9570, sales@jtime.us, www.jtime.us
Distributes Meinberg precise time and frequency products,
GPS and IRIG synchronized PCI slot cards, network time
servers, and complete time and frequency systems that
include IEEE 1588 PTP V2 products from Meinberg and
Oregano.
KAMAKA Electronic GmbH
Ulmer Strasse 130, Aalen, Baden Wrttemberg 73431
Germany, 49-7361-96620, karasch@kamaka.de,
www.kamaka.de
Specializes in the sectors of hi-rel products, aerospace
semiconductors and defense power supplies. Is also
a solution provider for obsolescence management strategy.
Kappa optronics GmbH
Kleines Feld 6, Gleichen 37130 Germany,
49-5508-9740, info@kappa.de, www.kappa.de
Offers advanced camera technology for aviation
and defence. A camera manufacturer with long time
experience in the development and manufacturing of
extremely rugged cameras with above average signal
quality. Rugged cameras for indoor and outdoor (digital,
video, high defnition, SDI, HD-SDI, Camera Link, GigE
Vision, S3D).
Kappa optronics France
(div of Kappa optronics GmbH), 84, Che Ruisseau
Fontbazy, Donneville 31450 France, 33-561-27-8281,
info@kappa-vision.fr, www.kappa-vision.fr
Develops and manufactures high performance cameras
and customized solutions for machine vision, medical
imaging, avionics and military applications.
Kappa optronics Inc
(div of Kappa optronics GmbH), 825 S Primrose Ave,
Suite I, Monrovia, CA 91016, 626-256-4343,
info@kappa-optronics.com, www.kappa-optronics.com
Develops and manufactures rugged cameras for extreme
environmental conditions. Their adaptability, durability
and signal quality provide the decisive advantage for our
customers. With competency in industrial production and
ability to understand specifc applications, the company
develops the best solution for 20 or 2000 cameras at a
time.
Kappa optronics Pty Ltd
6/3-7 Turner St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039 Australia,
61-3-8060-0900, c.buettner@kappa-vision.com,
www.kappa-vision.com
Develops and manufactures high performance cameras
and customized solutions for machine vision, medical
imaging, avionics and military applications.
Keithley Instruments Inc
(sub of Danaher Corp/Tektronix Inc), 28775
Aurora Rd, Cleveland, OH 44139, 440-248-0400,
info@keithley.com, www.keithley.com
Designs and manufactures advanced electrical test
instruments and systems for specialized needs of
semiconductor and other electronics manufacturers for
production testing, process monitoring, and R&D. Its
products are used to source, measure, connect, control
or communicate direct current (DC) or pulsed electrical
signals.
Keltec
(div of Crane Aerospace & Electronics) (sub of Crane
Co), 84 Hill Ave W, Ft Walton Beach, FL 32548-3858,
850-244-0043, electronics@crane-eg.com,
www.craneae.com/power
Offers custom high-voltage and low-voltage power
supplies, DC/DC converters, TWT amplifers, Klystron
amplifers and transmitters.
Kepco Inc
131-38 Sanford Ave, Flushing, NY 11355,
718-461-7000, hq@kepcopower.com,
www.kepcopower.com
Manufactures programmable instrumentation, modular
and hot-swappable dc power supplies from 3.3 to 2000V,
3W to 1.5 kW. LXI approved Ethernet, GPIB, RS-232, and
analog programming are supported. DC electronic loads
from 1-5 KW are offered.
KEYENCE Corp
Microscope Div, 1100 N Arlington Heights Rd,
Suite 210, Itasca, IL 60143, 888-539-3623,
microscopes@keyence.com,
www.digitalmicroscope.com
Has pioneered the development of digital microscopy for
over the past 20 years, specializing in fully-integrated
digital microscopes, 3-D laser scanning microscopes,
high-speed microscopes, and fuorescence microscopes.
From materials imaging to advanced surface
characterization, has the microscope products to meet
nearly any requirement.
KineticSystems Co LLC
900 N State St, Lockport, IL 60441, 815-838-0005,
sales@kscorp.com, www.kscorp.com
Supplies CompactPCI/PXIBus, VXIBus, and CAMAC
data-acquisition and control hardware, software, and
systems. Products include Sigma Delta A/D conversion
products, digital data recorders, signal conditioners,
a variety of interfaces, fberoptic serial highways, and
compact turnkey PC-based testing systems.
KITCO Fiber Optics
5269 Cleveland St, Virginia Beach, VA 23462,
757-518-8100, info@kitcofo.com, www.kitcofo.com
Provides fber-optic connectorization products, training
and feld services to every branch of the US Armed Forces.
Specializes in the design and fabrication of fber-optic
tools, tool kits and cable assemblies that are customized
to meet strict military standards.
Klocwork
25 Burlington Mall Rd, Suite 300, Burlington, MA
01803, 866-556-2967, info@klocwork.com,
www.klocwork.com
Offers a portfolio of software development productivity
tools designed to ensure the security, quality and
maintainability of complex code bases. Using proven
static analysis technology, tools identify critical security
vulnerabilities and quality defects, optimize the peer
code review process, and help developers create more
maintainable code.
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n Kontron
14118 Stowe Dr, Poway, CA 92064, 858-677-0877,
sales@us.kontron.com, www.kontron.com
Designs and manufactures standard-based and
custom embedded solutions for OEMs, systems
integrators, and application providers. Product
portfolio includes boards and mezzanines,
computer-on-module, HMIS and displays, systems,
and custom capabilities. Member of the Intel
embedded and communications alliance.
(See ad page 8)
Krell Technologies Inc
1126 Campus Dr W, Morganville, NJ 07751,
732-617-7091, sales@krelltech.com,
www.krelltech.com
Manufactures automated and integrated connector
polishing/inspection systems for high-volume production,
portable polishing and inspection kits for shipboard and
aircraft feld service, in-line video-inspection equipment,
and interferometers. Also offers optical cleaning supplies
and lensing systems for processing bare fber.
K-Sun Corp
370 SMC Dr, PO Box 309, Somerset, WI 54025,
715-247-4440, llaw@ksun.com, www.ksun.com
Provides labeling, marking, signage, and industrial
identifcation systems and electronic labeling machines,
software, and supplies used in industries across the world.
Offers the new green machine, eco-friendly/technologically
advanced labeling system.
Kugler of America Ltd
48 South Rd, Unit 1, Somers, CT 06071,
860-749-6400, info@kuglerofamerica.com,
www.kuglerofamerica.com
KVH Industries Inc
50 Enterprise Center, Middletown, RI 02842,
401-847-3327, info@kvh.com, www.kvh.com
Offers fber-optic gyro-based products including
stand-alone sensor and integrated inertial navigation
systems, to support defense and commercial applications
including optical/antenna/turret stabilization, precision
navigation, pointing, and guidance solutions. Products
utilize patented digital signal processing and fber-optic
gyro technologies. ISO 9001 certifed.
L-3 Communications Interstate Electronics
Corp
602 E Vermont St, Anaheim, CA 92803, 714-758-0500,
greg.martz@l-3com.com, www.iechome.com
Offers GPS technologies and produces ruggedized displays
for military and industrial applications.
L-3 Electrodynamics Inc
(div of L-3 Communications), 1200 Hicks Rd,
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, 847-660-1750,
edi.info@l-3com.com, www.l-3com.com/edi
Manufactures military aircraft data recorders, data transfer
systems, and high-reliability status indicators (hour meters,
event counters, LEDs, fags and balls) for the military and
defense markets.
Lambda Research Corp
25 Porter Rd, 2nd Fl, Littleton, MA 01460-1434,
978-486-0766, sales@lambdares.com,
www.lambdares.com
Provides a full suite of world-class optical software.
TracePro for optical, illumination and lighting design and
analysis, TracePro Bridge running inside SolidWorks to
provide 3-D MCAD interoperability and OSLO for lens
design. TracePro models optical and illumination designs
to provide innovative solutions and outstanding analysis
capabilities.
n Lansdale Semiconductor Inc
5245 S 39th St, Phoenix, AZ 85040, 602-438-0123,
lansdale@lansdale.com, www.lansdale.com
Is a semiconductor aftermarket manufacturer,
supplying over 3000 military and commercial grade
integrated circuits. Technologies include DTL, RTL,
TTL, STTL, LSTTL, PROMS, CMOS and analog ICs
produced using the original tooling.
(See ad page 2)
Lasersec Systems
2789 Wrights Rd, Suite 1025, Oviedo, FL 32765,
sales@lasersec-systems.com,
www.lasersec-systems.com
Designs, develops, and manufactures high power lasers
for threat deterrence and remote sensing.
L-com Global Connectivity
45 Beechwood Dr, North Andover, MA 01845,
978-682-6936, sales@l-com.com, www.l-com.com
Manufactures wired and wireless connectivity products,
offers a wide range of solutions and unmatched customer
service for the electronics and data communications
industries. Trusted for over 25 years, headquartered in
North Andover, MA and is ISO 9001: 2008 certifed.
LCR Electronics
9 S Forest Ave, Norristown, PA 19401, 610-278-0840,
sales@lcr-inc.com, www.lcr-inc.com
Provides a set of high quality cost-effective EMI flters,
motor controls, electronic controls, and enclosure
systems for numerous applications throughout the
industrial, military, defense, medical, commercial, and
telecommunications industries. Offers comprehensive
EMC/RFI/EMI testing, consulting value, and design
application services to its customers.
LEDS America Inc
112 Intracoastal Pointe Dr, Jupiter, FL, 888-441-5337,
sales@ledsamerica.com, www.ledsamerica.com
The LED Studio
28 Hanger Way, Petersfeld, Hampshire GU31 4QE
UK, 44-7738-069241, sales@theledstudio.co.uk,
www.theledstudio.co.uk
Specializes in the supply and control of high specifcation
LED signs and real time data acquisition systems that use
the most up to date technologies available in the industry.
LEMO USA Inc
(sub of LEMO SA), 635 Park Ct, PO Box 2408,
Rohnert Park, CA 94927-2408, 707-578-8811,
info@lemousa.com, www.lemo.com
Provides a lightweight compact aluminum connector.
M-series connector is focused on the designer that
requires a MIL-38999 type of connector but in a smaller
lightweight package. The high performance M series
provides a ratchet locking screw coupling system enabling
a single grip, quick and secure, coupling for high vibration.
The Light Brigade Inc
837 Industry Dr, Tukwila, WA 98188, 206-575-0404,
gina@lightbrigade.com, www.lightbrigade.com
Offers training courses that cover fber-optic design,
maintenance, and testing for military and aerospace
applications, as well as advanced courses such as DWDM,
SONET, PMD/CD, and video for security or surveillance.
Also offer professional-quality fber-optic training DVDs,
CD-ROMs, and books.
Litton Guidance & Control Systems
5500 Canoga Ave, M/S 28, Woodland Hills, CA 91367,
818-715-4256
Provides defense information technology.
LOGIC Devices Inc
1375 Geneva Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089, 408-542-5400,
info@logicdevices.com, www.logicdevices.com
Focuses on developing high performance digital silicon
and integrated products for high performance, power
sensitive applications. Products are for military, imaging,
industrial-embedded computer, and instrumentation
companies.
Luceo Technologies GmbH
Am Borsigturm 13, Berlin 13507 Germany,
49-30-814-512-4000, sales@luceotec.com,
www.luceotec.com
Provides test and measurement solutions to enable
communication technologies to reach new levels of
performance and quality. The PARALLEX multi-channel
BER tester supports 16G-FC test requirements.The
X-BERT platform is a full featured programmable pattern
generator and error detector for bit error rate testing.
Luciol Instruments SA
7B Rt Suisse, Mies 1295 Switzerland, 41-22-755-5650,
info@luciol.com, www.luciol.com
Manufactures high resolution optical time-domain
refectometers (OTDRs). These instruments characterize
and troubleshoot short optical fber assemblies. They
detect faults, breaks and bends in the fber. OTDRs are
fully portable systems, suitable for aerospace and military
applications. They are available for most fber types and
wavelengths.
LynuxWorks Inc
855 Embedded Way, San Jose, CA 95138,
408-979-3900, info@lnxw.com,
www.lynuxworks.com
Specializes in open embedded real-time operating
systems and tools. Provides the foundation for
embedded developers to build safe, secure and
reliable systems. The award-winning LynxSecure
embedded hypervisor and separation kernel, utilizes
the latest hardware virtualization and multi-core
devices, offering ultimate fexibility and reusability
with military grade security.
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Lytron Inc
55 Dragon Ct, Woburn, MA 01801, 781-933-7300,
info@lytron.com, www.lytron.com
Designs and manufactures custom chillers, cooling
systems, cold plates and heat exchangers. Specialties
include compact products and innovative designs. The
liquid cooling products can be found in hundreds of
applications in industries such as military/aerospace,
medical, laser, power generation, traction, semiconductor
and more.
MARS Antennas & RF Systems Ltd
3 Hamanor St, Holon 58861 Israel, 972-3-5599661,
mars@marsant.co.il, www.mars-antennas.com
Develops antenna and RF solutions. Manufactures
broadband subscriber and base-station antennas for
Wi-MAX, Wi-Fi and WLAN, ISM, in-building for cellular
solutions, embedded antennas, antennas for military
applications and RF products, Wi-Fi repeaters, in-building
cellular repeaters, high-selective and FCC approved,
splitters/combiners, RF subsystems and solutions-active
flters, traffc control attenuators, and more.
n Martek Power Abbott Inc
(div of Martek Power), 1111 Knox St, Torrance, CA
90502, 310-202-8820,
sales.mpa@martekpower.com,
www.martekpower.com
Offers low-noise, state-of-the-art, high-density AC/DC
power supplies, DC/DC power converters, DC/AC pure
sine wave inverters, and EMI flters. Most standard
COTS units are designed with OVERTEMP, OVP, SCP,
environmental seal and are MIL-STD-810 compliant.
Also offers semicustom and full custom power
supplies for special needs. (AS9100/IS0 9001)
(See ad page 21)
Maxwell Technologies Inc
9244 Balboa Ave, San Diego, CA 92123,
858-503-3300, info@maxwell.com, www.maxwell.com
Provides high performance, space qualifed single board
computers and components. The SCS750 single board
computer lowers risk and increases fexibility by providing
200-1800 MIPS of processing power and an upset rate of
better than once every 30 years. Manufacturers a variety
of space qualifed components, including memories and
data converters.
MCG Surge Protection
12 Burt Dr, Deer Park, NY 11729, 631-586-5125,
info1@mcgsurge.com, www.mcgsurge.com
Provides AC power line, data/signal/telephone line, DC
and low-voltage current surge protectors. UL 1449, 3rd
Ed Listed, MIL-SPEC, ISO-9001/2000. Offers 20 year
warranty. Custom welcome. OEM applications since
1967.
MEGA Electronics Inc
4-B Jules Ln, New Brunswick, NJ 08901,
732-249-2656, info@megaelectronics.com,
www.megaelectronics.com
Supplies DC/DC converters to 150W and AC/DC
converters to 960W. Extreme temperatures and
modifcations possible.
Mega-Fabs Motion Systems Ltd
Bldg 13 Industrial Pk, PO Box 540, Yokneam 20692
Israel, 972-4-989-1050, info@mega-fabs.com,
www.mega-fabs.com
Designs, manufactures, and markets software intensive
programmable DSP-based motion-control products
including DSP motion-control modules, multiaxis motion
controllers, motion systems, drives, motion analyzers, and
motion-developement tools.
MEN Micro Inc
24 N Main St, Ambler, PA 19002, 215-542-9575,
stephen.cunha@menmicro.com, www.menmicro.com
Develops standard and custom board-level solutions that
are used throughout industrial embedded applications and
harsh environments. Provides an offering of highly reliable
embedded computing and I/O solutions that employ the
highest technology and innovations.
Mentor Graphics
1811 Pike Rd, Longmont, CO 80501, 720-494-1000,
leslie_vangrove@mentor.com, www.mentor.com
Provides electronic design automation and embedded
software.
Mercury Computer Systems Inc
199 Riverneck Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824,
978-256-0052, 3d_info@mc.com, www.mc.com
Provides component and system-level solutions spanning
hardware, software, silicon IP, services, and systems. Its
COTS embedded multicomputers are used in real-time
C4ISR functions, from beamforming and image formation
through data analysis and exploitation for radar, sonar,
and signals intelligence. Offers software libraries and
development tools, integration, and design services.
Merrimac Industries Inc
(div of Crane Aerospace & Electronics) (sub of Crane Co),
41 Fairfeld Pl, West Caldwell, NJ 07006,
973-575-1300, mw@crane-eg.com,
www.craneae.com/merrimac
Delivers an array of RF microwave solutions. Applications
include airborne electronic counter measures, radar
systems, smart antenna and satcom receiver modules.
Metal Cabinet & Fixture Co
(div of Span-O-Matic), 825 Columbia St, Brea, CA
92821, 714-256-4700, skrause@spanomatic.com,
www.metalcab.com
Provides custom NEMA type enclosures, including NEMA
1, 3, 3R, 4, 4X, 12 and 13, steel, stainless and aluminum,
hot dip galvanize, free-standing enclosures, bus bar, and
precision metal fabrication.
MICRO-ANT LLC
7254 Golden Wings Rd, Suite 15, Jacksonville, FL
32244, 904-683-8394, jfrancis@micro-ant.com,
www.micro-ant.com
Specializes in antenna design and manufacturing. The
staff has signifcant expertise in this feld and holds
strategic patents. Develops intellectual property for various
applications, including 2-way SATCOM, COTM, aircraft
antennas, SDARS, DVB, and GPS. Products include phased
arrays, patches, parabolic and fat panel antennas, and low
profle active antennas.
n Microlab (A Wireless Telecom Group Co)
25 Eastmans Rd, Parsippany, NJ 07054,
973-386-9696, sales@microlab.fxr.com,
www.microlab.fxr.com
Provides passive microwave components, including
power splitters, directional couplers, and flters
used in commercial applications, such as wireless
base stations for cellular, paging, and private
communications, and in military systems, such as
electronic counter measures and missile guidance.
(See ad CV4)
Micropac Industries Inc
905 E Walnut St, PO Box 469017, Garland, TX 75040,
972-272-3571, dennisgranger@micropac.com,
www.micropac.com
Provides MIL-SPEC qualifed (military and space)
hybrid microcircuits, solid-state relays, solid-state
power controllers, optoelectronics, LED displays,
hall effect devices, optocouplers, radiation-tolerant
designs, and custom and standard products. Qualifed
to MIL-PRF-38534, MIL-PRF-28750, ISO 9001: 2000,
AS9100, and MIL-PRF -19500.
Micro Power Electronics Inc
13955 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97005,
503-693-7600, info@micro-power.com,
www.micro-power.com
Supplies custom power systems to the portable medical,
rugged hand-held computing, data collection, and
commercial military markets. The company is ISO
9001:2000 and 13485 certifed, and FDA registered.
Microsemi Corp
2381 Morse Ave, Irvine, CA 92614, 949-221-7100,
www.microsemi.com
Supplies high performance antifuse and fash-based
FPGAs for the military, avionics, and space markets.
FPGAs are offered in the variety of packages and
temperature ranges required by the high reliability market.
Microsemi PMG
(formerly White Electronic Designs), 3601 E
University Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85034, 602-437-1520,
info@whiteedc.com, www.microsemi.com/pmgp
Provides environment semiconductor packaging, COTS
DRAM, fash, SSD and processor products. Capabilities
include design, manufacturing, tamper resistance, test and
obsolescence management for embedded components,
integration and miniaturization of RF and digital
components, die stacking, complex circuit card integration
and information assurance technologies.
Minco
7300 Commerce Ln, Minneapolis, MN 55432,
763-571-3121, sales@minco.com, www.minco.com
Designs, manufactures, and markets components for
critical applications by providing engineering services
that help customers plan and integrate components into
products to ensure a high level of reliability. Customized
fexible Thermofoil heaters, fex circuits, sensors,
instruments, and integrated components have proven
themselves in applications worldwide.
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Minuteman Laboratories Inc
7A Stuart Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01824, 978-256-4512
Mobile Mark
3900-B River Rd, Schiller Park, IL 60176,
847-671-6690, info@mobilemark.com,
www.mobilemark.com
Mobile Mark designs and manufactures site, mobile
and device antennas for 137 MHz9 GHz. Applications
include GPS tracking and feet management, cellular
GSM/CDMA, LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, RFID, public safety, military
and machine-to-machine (M2M). Engineering and custom
design services available. Antennas for the US market are
made in the US.
Modular Devices Inc
One Roned Rd, Shirley, NY 11967, 631-345-3100,
sales@mdipower.com, www.mdipower.com
Manufactures high-reliability hybrid DC/DC converters
and power systems for military, aerospace and space
applications. Patented 100K+ Proton Rad Hard technology
has been incorporated into space proven derivatives and
semi-custom parts. Built-in EMI fltering offers effcient,
noise free outputs essential to reliable operation of critical
loads.
Modular Industrial Computer Inc
6635 Lee Hwy, Chattanooga, TN 37421, 423-499-0700,
marka@mic.com, www.mic.com
Provides industrial/ruggedized computers, displays,
computer and peripheral enclosures specifcally designed
to meet the harsh demands of NEMA 4/4X / 12 computing
environments. The extensive feld proven product portfolio
offers a complete array of product solutions.
Molex
Fiber Optics Div, 5224 Katrine Ave, Downers Grove,
IL 60515, 630-512-8787, fberoptics@molex.com,
www.molex.com/fber
Supplies interconnect products. Focuses on the design,
development, and distribution of innovative solutions
product that touch every walk of life. The companys
portfolio of more than 100,000 products includes
everything from electronic, electrical and fber-optic
interconnect solutions to switches and application tooling.
MOOG
Salt Lake Operations Div, (div of MOOG Aircraft
Group), 2268 South 3270 W, Salt Lake City, UT
84119, 801-974-7356, rknowles@slc.moog.com,
www.moog.com
Designs, manufactures and integrates precision motion
control products and systems. The high-performance
systems control military and commercial aircraft, satellites
and space vehicles, launch vehicles, missiles, industrial
machinery, wind energy, marine applications, and medical
equipment.
Mountain Secure Systems
(sub of Phillips Service Industries), 1350 Kansas Ave,
Longmont, CO 80501-6546, 303-678-9898,
info@mountainsecuresystems.com,
www.mountainsecuresystems.com
Specializes in custom packaging and innovative
ruggedization for a wide variety of electronic components,
such as hard disk drives, solid state drives, mass
memory storage devices, single board computers and
rack-mounted chassis for aerospace, military and
commercial applications. Works hand-in-hand with
customers to solve challenges.
n MS Kennedy Corp
4707 Dey Rd, Liverpool, NY 13088, 315-701-6751,
g.overend@mskennedy.com,
www.mskennedy.com
Provides hybrid microcircuits, motor controls,
amplifers, voltage regulators, radiation hardened
electronic components, space and military qualifed
microelectronics, power hybrids, and custom hybrids.
(See ad page 18, 22)
MSP Corp
5910 Rice Creek Pkwy, #300, Shoreview, MN 55126,
651-287-8100, sales@mspcorp.com,
www.mspcorp.com
Manufactures instrument and equipment making products
for scientifc research and industrial applications.
Are known world-wide for expertise in micro- and
nano-particles and their creative use in research and
manufacturing.
MTI Electronics
W133 N5139 Campbell Dr, Menomonee Falls, WI
53217, 262-783-6080, sales@mtielectronics.com,
www.mtielectronics.com
Provides contract electronic assembly and electronic
manufacturing services including printed circuit board
(PCB) assembly services, box build, PCB prototypes,
and thick flm hybrid circuits. ISO 9001:2008, ISO
13485:2003, AS9100 certifed and ITAR registered.
Services include program management, new product
introduction, supply-chain management, SMT, TH, BGA,
and conformal coating.
Murrietta Circuits
5000 E Landon Dr, Anaheim, CA 92807, 714-970-2430,
sales@murrietta.com, www.murrietta.com
Specializes in the design, fabrication, assembly and testing
of circuit boards. Has been in business for over 25 years
and holds ISO/AS9100 certifcations.
National Instruments
11500 N Mopac Expwy, Bldg B, Austin, TX 78759-3504,
512-683-5813, www.ni.com
Offers virtual instrumentation. Leveraging the PC and
related technologies, virtual instrumentation increases
productivity and lowers costs through easy-to-integrate
software, such as NI LabVIEW, and modular hardware,
such as PXI modules for data acquisition, instrument
control, and machine vision.
National Semiconductor
2900 Semiconductor Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95051-0608,
408-721-5000, www.national.com
Creates energy-effcient analog and mixed-signal
semiconductors as well as SolarMagic power optimizers.
Products include power management circuits, display
drivers, audio and operational amplifers, communication
interface products and data conversion solutions.
New Imaging Technologies (NIT)
1-4 Impasse de la noisette, Bat D-1er tage, Verrires
le Buisson 91370 France, 33-1-64-47-88-58,
info@new-imaging-technologies.com,
www.new-imaging-technologies.com
Offers a complete range of standard, customized and full
custom CMOS imaging sensors for a variety of applications
such as machine vision, automotive transportation,
biometrics, medical, security and surveillance.
Newport Corp
1791 Deere Ave, Irvine, CA 92606, 800-222-6440,
sales@newport.com, www.newport.com
Supplies advanced technology products and solutions
for scientifc research, life and health science, aerospace
and defense, photovoltaics, industrial manufacturing,
semiconductors, and microelectronics markets.
Nexlogic Technologies Inc
2085 Zanker Rd, San Jose, CA 95131, 408-436-8150,
sales@nexlogic.com, www.nexlogic.com
Provides PCB design, fabrication, assembly, and parts
procurement services. For over 10 years, customers have
relied on the company to deliver time sensitive jobs with
the highest level of quality.
Nextreme Thermal Solutions
3908 Patriot Dr, Suite 140, Durham, NC 27703,
919-597-7300, info@nextreme.com,
www.nextreme.com
Designs and manufactures microscale thermal and power
management products for the semiconductor, photonics,
consumer, automotive, and defense/aerospace industries.
The company has embedded cooling, temperature control,
and power generation capabilities into the widely accepted
copper pillar bumping process used in high-volume
electronic packaging.
nLIGHT Corp
5408 NE 88th St, Bldg E, Vancouver, WA 98665,
360-566-4460, sales@nlight.net, www.nlight.net
Designs and manufactures active and passive fbers,
semiconductor diode lasers, and integrated photonic
assemblies for the military and aerospace community.
Components are available as COTS devices customized
for specifc applications and/or vertically integrated
with engineering and manufacturing services to enable
high value solutions from the companys ISO-certifed
ITAR-compliant, US facilities.
n Noisecom (A Wireless Telecom Group Co)
25 Eastmans Rd, Parsippany, NJ 07054,
973-386-9696, info@noisecom.com,
www.noisecom.com
Provides RF and microwave noise test instruments,
including noise generators, noise sources, noise
fgure measurement devices, and other precision
instruments. Products meet several applications,
such as the UFX-EbNo series precision C/N noise
generator, a fully automated instrument ideal for
military, wireless LAN, cable modem, and satellite
applications.
(See ad page 35, CV4)
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North Atlantic Industries Inc
110 Wilbur Pl, Bohemia, NY 11716, 631-567-1100,
info@naii.com, www.naii.com
Supplies embedded I/O boards, single board
computers, rugged power supplies, embedded
systems and motion simulation and measurement
instruments for the military and serospace industries.
NAI provides the highest quality COTS and modifed
COTS products in commercial, extended temperature
and rugged versions.
Northrop Grumman Information Technology
9326 Spectrum Center Blvd, San Diego, CA 92123,
800-884-1336, www.is.northropgrumman.com
Provides technological products, services, and solutions
in systems integration, defense electronics, information
technology, advanced aircraft, shipbuilding, and space
technology.
Nu-Cast
29 Grenier Field Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053,
603-432-1600, www.nu-cast.com
Provides aluminum investment castings from hard tooling
or rapid prototyping, thin walls and intricate geometries,
aircraft, electronic chassis, optical benches and housings,
satellite applications, castings up to 60, in-house dye
penetrant, x-ray, tooling manufacturing, and CNC-CMM
inspection. ISO 9001 and AS9100 small business.
n NuWaves Engineering Ltd
122 Edison Dr, Middletown, OH 45044,
513-360-0800, www.nuwaves-ltd.com
Provides radio frequency (RF) systems, subsystems,
RF products, embedded systems and engineering
design services.
(See ad page 30)
Objective Interface Systems Inc
220 Spring St, Suite 530, Herndon, VA 20170-6201,
703-295-6500, info@ois.com, www.ois.com
Offers real-time, embedded, and high-performance
communications middleware solutions. Provides real-time
common object request broker architecture (CORBA)
ORBSs, and secure communications middleware based on
multiple independent levels of security (MILS) architecture.
Supports demanding defense and aerospace applications,
including software defned radios, weapons systems,
command and control systems, and avionics.
Octagon Systems Corp
7403 Church Ranch Blvd, Unit 100, Westminster,
CO 80021-5490, 303-430-1500,
www.octagonsystems.com
Designs and delivers rugged computer solutions for
environmentally extreme markets including COTS military,
mining and transportation. Offers a total solution both
hardware and software.
ODU-USA Inc
4010 Adolfo Rd, Camarillo, CA 93012, 805-484-0540,
sales@odu-susa.com, www.odu-usa.com
Provides connector solutions to the international market
with global manufacturing, sales and marketing offces,
and technical support in every industrialized region of the
world.
OEwaves Inc
465 N Halstead St, Suite 140, Pasadena, CA
91107-6016, 626-351-4200, sales@oewaves.com,
www.oewaves.com
Offers microwave photonic products and solutions
in support of radar, communications, and test and
measurement systems for military and commercial
markets. The company was founded in 2000, and
maintains its leadership in microwave photonics with
proprietary deployments and over 70 patents and pending
patents in these related areas.
OFS Fitel LLC
Specialty Photonics Div, (sub of Furukawa Electric Co),
55 Darling Dr, Avon, CT 06001, 860-678-0371,
info@specialtyphotonics.com,
www.specialtyphotonics.com
Offers fbers, cables, and components optimized for the
harshest environments and designed for high power
generation and reliable, trouble-free, long-term installation
including power combiners, FlightGuide cables, and
PYROCOAT high-temperature coating. ISO-controlled
quality standards. Specialty selected for JFS, F/A-22,
F-16, and more.
n Omnetics Connector Corp
7260 Commerce Cir E, Minneapolis, MN 55432,
763-572-0656, sales@omnetics.com,
www.omnetics.com
Offers COTS, standard, and custom micro and nano
miniature connectors built to meet and exceed
MIL-DTL 32139 and 83513. Full line includes single,
dual row, and circular confgurations for use in
military/aerospace, avionics, medical, and high-end
commercial applications.
(See ad page 11)
One Stop Systems Inc
2235 Enterprise St, Suite 110, Escondido, CA 92029,
760-745-9883, sales@onestopsystems.com,
www.onestopsystems.com
Designs and manufactures custom and semi-custom
computing systems and components for converged
communications, industrial control, and defense/security
applications. Is a premier provider of PCle-over-cable
products for the embedded market.
OPELCO Inc
(formerly Video Scope Intl Ltd), 105 Executive Dr,
Suite 110, Dulles, VA 20166-9558, 703-437-5534,
info@videoscopeintl.com, www.videoscopeintl.com
Manufactures image intensifer assemblies, intensifed
cameras, high-speed intensifed cameras, grated to
<3 ns for use in scientifc, military, and special industrial
applications. Spectral response includes the UV to the
near-IR.
Open iT Inc
2 Park Ten Pl, 16300 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77094,
www.openit.com
Offers software which enables fully customizable usage
reporting, granular charge-back for hardware and software
usage, and automated, industry-leading license harvesting
capabilities across Windows/Unix/Linux platforms.
Ophir-Photon LLC
(sub of Ophir Photonics), 3053 N 300 W, North Logan,
UT 84341, 435 753-3729, www.ophiropt.com
Manufactures beam proflers that measure light sources
such as lasers, LDs, LEDs, and VCSELs on several
parameters. NanoScan slit proflers provide fast, precise
optical alignment with nanometer accuracy, and direct
measurement of focused lasers used in industrial
applications is also possible. Manufactures far-feld
proflers for divergent sources and camera-based proflers.
OPHIR RF
5300 Beethoven St, Los Angeles, CA 90066,
310-306-5556, info@ophirrf.com, www.ophirrf.com
Designs and manufactures high power, solid-state,
broadband, and band-specifc amplifers. Products range
in frequency from 10 kHz to 8 GHz, with power levels from
1W to above 2 kW. Designs and manufactures products
in the USA.
Optec SpA
Via Mantegna 34, Parabiago I-20015 Italy,
39-0331-491945, info@optec.eu, www.optec.eu
Designs and manufactures standard and custom high
performance optical assemblies, including IR lenses,
multispectral separation prisms, multichannel line and
area-scan cameras, x-ray image intensifer lenses, and
many types of high performance imaging and laser optics.
The company has its own optical fabrication, assembly,
and test facilities.
OPTEK Technology
(sub of TT electronics), 1645 Wallace Dr, Carrollton, TX
75006, 972-323-2200, www.optekinc.com
Provides sensing and illumination solutions covering the
infrared, visible and ultraviolet spectrum ideal for offce
machines, industrial equipment, encoders, automotive
electronics, military and high-reliability applications,
medical diagnostic equipment and solid-state lighting.
The company offers DSCC certifed parts, is QML,
ISO/TS16949:2002 and BS EN ISO 9001:2000 certifed,
and ITAR registered.
Optocap Ltd
5 Bain Sq, Livingston, Scotland EH54 7DQ UK,
44-1506-403-550, www.optocap.com
Provides contract packaging and assembly services
for microelectronic and optoelectronic devices. The
turnkey packaging services enables customers to reduce
development and manufacturing costs, accelerate time to
market and reduce risk with new product developments.
Opto Diode Corp
ITW Photonics Group, ITW, 750 Mitchell Rd, Newbury
Park, CA 91320, 805-499-0335, sales@optodiode.com,
www.optodiode.com
Manufactures visible LEDs and IR LEDs, silicon
photodetectors, and radiation detectors for visible, UV,
extreme UV, and soft x-ray energy measurement in a
US-based fabrication facility. Customized LED wavelengths,
power output, packaging, angle of emission, and testing
methods are available.
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Opto System Co Ltd
100 Nogami Miyamaki, Kyotanabe City, Kyoto 610-0313
Japan, 81-774-68-4441, optwest@gold.ocn.ne.jp,
www.opto-system.co.jp/en
Designs, manufactures, and supplies high precision
machines and systems for the LED, LD, compound
semiconductor, and related industries. Products include
scribing, breaking, probing, sorting, inspection, chip
measuring, bar handling, chip sorting, bar stacking, bar
unstacking, visual inspection, and package inspection
equipment. Provides grooving machines and wafer slicers.
OPTOTEC SpA
via B Zenale,44, Garbagnate Milanese, Milano 20024
Italy, 39-02-995151, info@optotec.it, www.optotec.it
Satisfes severe performance standard fber assembly on
civil, avionic and on peace-keeping military applications
supplying high performances cable assemblies. Qualifed
to assembly a variety of tactical and military connectors on
custom and MIL specifcations.
OptoTherm Inc
2591 Wexford-Bayne Rd, Suite 304, Sewickley, PA
15143, 724-940-7600, sales@optotherm.com,
www.optotherm.com
Manufactures high-performance thermal imaging systems
for use in circuit board failure analysis and microscopic
thermographic analysis of semiconductor and MEMS
devices.
OTE International
6695 CR 4628, Athens, TX 75752, 903-677-1662,
sales@oteinternational.com, www.oteinternational.com
Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group
234 Old Weaverville Rd, Asheville, NC 28804,
828-658-3131, info@palmerwahl.com,
www.palmerwahl.com
Pamir Electronics Corp
603 N Gordon Dr, Exton, PA 19341, 610-594-8337,
marketing@pamir.com, www.pamir.com
Represents and distributes high-technology electronic
components. For over 20 years, the feld application
engineers have helped avionics, military, and
commercial/industrial companies with product design,
component specifcation and troubleshooting. Private and
self-funded company that only recommends devices best
suited to applications.
Panasonic Computer Solutions Co
3 Panasonic Way, 2F-5, Secaucus, NJ 07094,
888-223-1012, www.panasonic.com/toughbook
Offers Panasonic Toughbook laptops from fully-rugged
MIL-STD-810G workhorses to semi-rugged powerhouses
to business-rugged thin and lightweight models.
Panasonic Toughbook laptops give government employees
and military personnel maximum productivity and
reliability.
Parvus Corp
(sub of Eurotech), 3222 S Washington St, Salt Lake
City, UT 84075, 801-483-1533, sales@parvus.com,
www.parvus.com
Provides rugged hardware platforms to the military and
homeland security. Specializes in ruggedized mobile
networking solutions, displays, and embedded computer
technologies to suit demanding application requirements.
Peerless Electronics Inc
700 Hicksville Rd, Bethpage, NY 11714-9052,
516-594-3500, drome@peerlesselectronics.com,
www.peerlesselectronics.com
Distributes military and aerospace switches, relays, circuit
breakers, fuses, terminal boards, indicator lights, lamps,
potentiometers, contactors, and connectors. Stocks
Sensata, Honeywell Sensing & Control, Micro Switch,
Leach, Eaton, Klixon, Tyco Electronics, Tyco Aerospace,
Bussmann, Marathon, Kulka, Dialight, Clarostat, OTTO
Controls and Oak. Approved to FAA AC0056, AS9100.
Pelican Products Inc
23215 Early Ave, Torrance, CA 90505, 310-326-4700,
sales@pelican.com, www.pelican.com
Designs and manufactures advanced lighting systems
and virtually indestructible cases for protecting valuable
epuipment.
Pentek Inc
One Park Way, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458,
201-818-5900, info@pentek.com, www.pentek.com
Designs COTS digital signal processing (DSP), software
radio, FPGA and data acquisition commercial and
conduction-cooled boards and systems for VME, cPCI, PCI,
PCIe, PMC, VXS, VPX and XMC. ISO 9001:2000 certifed.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp
9380 Carroll Pk Dr, San Diego, CA 92121,
858-731-9400, sales@psemi.com, www.psemi.com
Designs, manufactures and markets high-performance
RFICs for the global mobile wireless and wireless
infrastructures, broadband communications and
high-reliability markets. The companys environmentally
friendly UltraCMOS mixed-signal process delivers
signifcant advantages over competing processes in
applications where RF performance, linearity, low power
and integration are paramount.
PerkinElmer
1330 E Cypress St, Covina, CA 91724, 626-967-9521,
dave.pope@perkinelmer.com, www.perkinelmer.com
Designs and manufactures high-performance power
supplies used in military applications. Products include
COTS DC/DC converter modules, as well as full custom
design and qualifcation capabilities.
Phihong
47800 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538,
510-445-0100, usasales@phihongusa.com,
www.phihong.com
Supplies power solutions, including power supplies,
adapters, and power-over-Ethernet products, to networking
and consumer electronics OEMs. Has engineering and
manufacturing facilities in North America, Taiwan and
mainland China.
n Phillips Service Industries Inc
11878 Hubbard St, Livonia, MI 48150,
734-853-5458, www.psi-online.com
Operates as a diverse collection of technology-based
companies that serve manufacturing and service
companies in the aerospace and defense, energy,
security, medical and semiconductor industries.
(See ad page 10)
Phoenix Contact
PO Box 4100, Harrisburg, PA 17111,
800-888-7388, info@phoenixcon.com,
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
Develops industrial electrical and electronic technology.
The diverse product range includes components and
system solutions for industrial and device connection,
automation, electronic interface and surge protection.
Phoenix International
812 W Southern Ave, Orange, CA 92865,
714-283-4800, info@phenxint.com, www.phenxint.com
Manufactures rugged COTS mass data storage systems
that plug-and-play with any host operating system or
network. Systems range in size and application from
multi-terabyte fbre channel RAID, NAS, and storage area
network (SAN) confgurations, to plug-in conduction cooled
VME/VPX solid-state storage modules. AS9100 rev C/ISO
9001:2008 certifed.
ProPhotonix Ltd
32 Hampshire Rd, Salem, NH 03079, 603-893-8778,
lasersales@prophotonix.com, www.prophotonix.com
Manufactures custom designed diode laser modules
and laser assemblies, and is an authorized distributor
of high performance industrial diode lasers and LEDs
manufactured by Sanyo, Opnext, and Sony, and precision
optical lenses from Panasonic for industrial, medical,
scientifc, and defense markets. ISO 9001:2000 certifed.
Photron Inc
9520 Padgett St, Suite 110, San Diego, CA 92126,
858-684-3555, image@photron.com,
www.photron.com
Offers high-speed digital imaging solutions using both
CCD and megapixel resolution (up to 10,000 fps) CMOS
sensors. Systems include PC-based systems to High-G
cameras, remote, multi-head systems, and image
analysis software. Ideal for automotive crash testing,
military, medical, scientifc, R&D, industrial, sports, and
entertainment markets.
PICO Electronics Inc
143 Sparks Ave, Pelham, NY 10803, 914-738-1400,
hlsc73a@prodigy.com, www.picoelectronics.com
Manufactures military, COTS, and industrial DC/DC
converters, high-voltage modules, AC/DC power supplies,
inductors, and transformers. MIL-PRF units, environmental
screening, and custom specifcations are available from
ISO 9000:2000 approved facility.
n PIC Wire & Cable
(sub of The Angelus Corp), N53 W24747
S Corporate Cir, Sussex, WI 53089-0330,
262-246-0500, sales@picwire.com,
www.picwire.com
Provides electronic cables, cable connectors, avionic
cable assemblies and antenna gaskets for demanding
military, corporate and commercial applications that
include airplanes, helicopters, ground vehicles, rail
transport and marine vessels.
(See ad page 14)
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Pleora Technologies Inc
359 Terry Fox Dr, Suite 230, Ottawa, ON K2K 2E7,
Canada, 613-270-0625, info@pleora.com,
www.pleora.com
Supplies video connectivity solutions for real-time
applications in the military, medical, and manufacturing
sectors. The singular focus on video connectivity, coupled
with a commitment to integrated, individualized solutions,
makes the company an ideal partner for military projects.
Solutions deliver the reliabiltiy and high-performance
required by demanding, mission-critical video applications.
Positronic Industries
423 N Campbell Ave, Springfeld, MO 65806,
417-866-2322, info@connectpositronic.com,
www.connectpositronic.com
Manufactures high-reliability power, D-subminiature,
rectangular, and circular connectors. Many performance
options, including MIL-SPEC and space fight. Supports
military electronics for more than 40 years. Customer
support through detailed catalogs, easy-to-use website,
local technical customer service.
Powell Electronics
200 Commodore Dr, Swedesboro, NJ 08085,
800-235-7880, info@powell.com, www.powell.com
Authorized electronic component distributor of military
connectors, switches and relays. Authorized, traceable,
QPLed products. AS9100 and ISO certifed.
Powerstax
Unit B5, Armstrong Mall, Southwood Business
Pk, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 0NR UK,
44-1252-407800, sales@powerstaxplc.com,
www.powerstaxplc.com
Specializes in the design, manufacture and marketing
of high power density, high effciency AC/DC and DC/DC
power supplies including DC/DC converters, confgurable,
modular switch mode power supply (SMPS), plus AC
rectifers and bulk power supply units (PSU). Also provides
value added and complete custom power solutions.
Power Technology Inc
PO Box 191117, Little Rock, AR 72219-1117,
501-407-0712, sales@powertechnology.com,
www.powertechnology.com
Manufactures, designs and distributes laser diode modules
built for target designation, range fnding, illumination
for night vision, aiming and sighting, and defensive
countermeasures. Specialties include compact laser diode
modules in the UV, visible (violet, blue, green, and red),
IR, temperature stabilized modules, and lasers with beam
circularization. ITAR registered manufacturer.
Process Technology
7010 Lindsay Dr, Mentor, OH 44060,
440-974-1300, info@process-technology.com,
www.process-technology.com
Provides quality wet process heating and cooling
equipment.
ProCorp USA
8535-62 Baymeadows Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32256,
904-448-1205
ProMation Engineering Inc
16138 Flight Path Dr, Brooksville, FL 34604,
352-544-8436, jeff.jones@promationei.com,
www.promationei.com
Manufactures a wide array of industrial electric actuators
including quarter-turn non-spring and quarter-turn
spring-return electric actuators, linear electric actuators,
as well as PBU battery systems.
Protokraft LLC
4545 W Stone Dr, Bldg 135, Kingsport, TN 37660,
423-578-7200, sales@protokraft.com,
www.protokraft.com
Designs and manufactures electronic components and
subsystems for use in harsh environment networking and
communications applications.
PRP Optoelectronics
Wood Burcote Way, Towcester, Northamptonshire
NN12 6TF UK, 44-1327-359135, sales@prpopto.co.uk,
www.prpopto.com
Supplies high performance, custom LED displays
specifcally for the military, avionics, industrial process
control and medical industries. Specializes in the design
and manufacture of custom optoelectronic modules, LED
displays, chips, hybrids, and related activities. Products
provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, and
long service life in adverse environments.
Pryme
911 Mariner St, Brea, CA 92821, 714-257-0300,
sales.service@pryme.com, www.pryme.com
Manufactures high quality products to professional
users of two-way radios. Recently introduced a wide
variety of new products, including the GPSMIC speaker
microphones, enabling the location of users in the feld
via GPS.
Psychsoftpc
PO Box 232, Quincy, MA 02171, 617-471-8733,
sales@psychsoftpc.com, www.psychsoftpc.com
Manufactures high performance graphics workstations
for scientifc, engineering, chemical modeling, automotive
design, avionics modeling, aerodynamics research, gis and
3-D rendering applications. Offers Tesla based personal
supercomputers for computationally intensive applications
at the desk and Linux based HPC clusters.
QinetiQ
Cody Technology Pk, Ively Rd, Farnborough,
Hampshire GU14 OLX UK, 44-8700-100-942,
customercontact@qinetiq.com, www.qinetiq.com
Provides technology-based services and solutions in
defence and security. Develops and delivers services and
solutions for government organizations, predominantly
in the UK and US, including defense departments,
intelligence services and security agencies. In addition,
provides technology insertion and consultancy.
QPC Fiber Optic Inc
915 Calle Amanecer, Suite D, San Clemente, CA 92673,
949-361-8855, info@qpcfber.com, www.qpcfber.com
Manufactures interconnectivity products and services
for commercial and government applications. Product
range includes MIL-C-28876, TFOCA and TFOCA-II
Hermaphroditic, and expanded beam connectors,
commerical and harsh environment assembles, reference
and test cables.
QuadTech Inc
734 Forest St, Suite 500, Marlborough, MA 01752,
978-461-2100, info@quadtech.com,
www.quadtech.com
Provides AC/DC power sources, and electrical safety test
and passive components measurement solutions. These
solutions help manufacturers test the safety and quality of
their electrical products, ensuring compliance to FDA and
other regulatory agencies.
Quality Thermistor Inc
2108 Century Way, Boise, ID 83709, 208-377-3373,
qtisales@thermistor.com, www.thermistor.com
Manufactures NTC and PTC thermistor and
thermistor-based temperature probes. The company
is AS9100 and ISO:9001 certifed, MIL-PRF-23648,
MIL-PRF-32192, and QPL-23648-27 approved.
NASA-GSFC S-311 P-827 QPL approved.
Qualmark Corp
10390 E 48th Ave, Denver, CO 80238, 303-254-8800,
sales@qualmark.com, www.qualmark.com
Provides HALT/HASS (highly accelerated life test/highly
accelerated stress screen) products and services and is
the manufacturer of the market-leading Typhoon series of
HALT/HASS testing equipment.
Radisys
5435 NE Dawson Creek Dr, Hillsboro, OR 97124,
503-615-1100, info@radisys.com, www.radisys.com
Specializes in embedded wireless infrastructure solutions
for telecom, aerospace, defense and public safety
applications.
Radius Power
1751 N Batavia St, Orange, CA 92865, 714-289-0055,
www.radiuspower.com
Manufactures power transformers and chokes,
interconnect and cable assemblies.
Rambus Inc
1050 Enterprise Way, Suite 700, Sunnyvale, CA 94089,
www.rambus.com
Provides engineering services to its licensees to ensure
its technologies are successfully integrated into its
customers products.
Rantec Power Systems Inc
1173 Los Olivos Ave, Los Osos, CA 93402,
805-596-6000, powersys@rantec.com,
www.rantec.com
Designs and manufactures DC/DC converters, low and
high voltage power supplies, and power systems products
for military applications.
R Connors Sales Inc
32 Parsons Hill Rd, Wenham, MA 01984,
978-828-7199, rsc_inc@comcast.net,
www.rcssales.com
Operates as a sales rep for HDL Research Lab Inc.
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Real-Time Innovations
385 Moffett Park Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089,
408-990-7400, info@rti.com, www.rti.com
Provides high-performance messaging and integration
infrastructure for distributed real-time applications.
Provides rapidly growing market for data distribution
service (DDS) compliant middleware. A range of industries
leverage the companys software and design expertise,
including defense, intelligence, simulation, industrial
control, power generation, transportation, fnance, medical,
and communications.
Red Rapids
797 N Grove Rd, Suite 101, Richardson, TX
75081, 972-671-9570, sales@redrapids.com,
www.redrapids.com
Offers a catalog of signal acquisition and
generation hardware products that are targeted at
communication, telemetry, and intelligence collection
systems. Products include transmitters and receivers
for up/down conversion, signal conditioners for
measurement and storage, and FPGA accelerators
for signal processing. All are available in industry
standard formats (PCI/PCIe/PMC/XMC/cPCI).
Reelcraft Industries Inc
2842 E Business Hwy 30, Columbia City, IN 46725,
260-248-8188, reelcraft@reelcraft.com,
www.reelcraft.com
REMA USA LLC
101 Park Place Ct, Greenville, SC 29607,
864-655-8981, info@rema-usa.com,
www.rema-usa.com
RF Precision Products
(div of RF Industries), 7610 Miramar Rd, San Diego,
CA 92126, 858-549-6340, rfp2@rfndustries.com,
www.rfp2.com
Designs and manufactures precision grade, high frequency
connectors and adapters for OEM, military and metrology
lab applications.
RGB Spectrum
950 Marina Village Pkwy, Alameda, CA 94501,
510-814-7000, sales@rgb.com, www.rgb.com
Provides display processing, recording, and
signal distribution solutions, specializing in
command-and-control, simulation, and training. Products
include multiviewers, multiscreen display processors,
JPEG 2000 codecs and recorders, DVI matrix switches,
and scan converters.
Richard Maxwell
10061 Riverside Dr, #1023, Toluca Lake, CA 91602,
818-399-1158, info@electronicspareparts.net,
www.electronicspareparts.net
Provides independent stocking and distributes military
electronic components, such as capacitors, resistors,
diodes, transistors, semiconductors, and integrated
circuits.
Rohde & Schwarz
8661A Robert Fulton Dr, Columbia, MD 21046,
410-910-7800, info@rsa.rohde-schwarz.com,
www.rohde-schwarz.com
Designs and manufactures test and measurement
equipment for military communications and networks,
avionics, automotive, mobile phone, electronic component
production, and a host of other industries. Solutions
include signal generators, spectrum and network
analyzers, RF, and microwave equipment.
Ross Engineering Corp
540 Westchester Dr, Campbell, CA 95008,
408-377-4621, info@rossengineeringcorp.com,
www.rossengineeringcorp.com
Designs, tests, and manufactures high voltage control,
measurement, and safety devices for electronic, lab,
industrial, and military industries. ISO 9001: 2008 QMS
certifed and ISO/IEC 17025:2005. Accredited high voltage
calibration.
Rotronic Instrument Corp
135 Engineers Rd, Hauppauge, NY 11788,
631-427-3898, rose@rotronic-usa.com,
www.rotronic-usa.com
Manufactures and distributes high precision humidity
and temperature instruments for measurement of
RH, dew point and moisture in industrial process and
meteorological applications, as well HVAC instrumentation
for precision measurements in semiconductor fabrication
and specialized pharmaceutical areas. Provides quality
service to Canada, the US, and Mexico.
RSoft Design Group
400 Executive Blvd, Ossining, NY 10562,
914-923-2164, info@rsoftdesign.com,
www.rsoftdesign.com
Provides photonics design automation software and
serves several industries, including optical communication,
optoelectronics, and semiconductor manufacturing.
Provides a full-range of design, optimization, and planning
tools. Also provides design tools for passive and active
optoelectronics components and subsystems, as well as
electromagnetic modeling software for optical metrology
and lithography.
Rudolph Brothers & Co
6550 Oley Speaks Way, Canal Winchester, OH 43110,
800-375-0605, www.rudbro.com
RWC Testing & Lab Supplies
1821 N Zaragosa Rd, PMB 640, El Paso, TX
79936, 915-852-3375, info@rwctesting.com,
www.rwctesting.com
Distributes many laboratory and measuring instruments,
including tachometers, stroboscopes, ultrasonic wall
thickness gauges, pH meters, conductivity meters, turbidity
meters, oxygen meters, refractometers, tension meters,
wall mount/portable gas detectors and more. Industries
served include the scientifc, industrial, military and
commercial sectors as well as educational institutions.
Sabritec
Smiths Interconnect Div, (div of Smiths Group), 17550
Gillette Ave, Irvine, CA 92614, 949-250-1244,
customerservice@sabritec.com, www.sabritec.com
Specializes in the design and manufacture of flter
connectors, Fibre Channel, Ethernet, IEEE 1394 FireWire,
electro-optic, coaxial, and triax connectors and contacts.
Designs customized interconnect solutions for unique
applications/programs.
Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH
Rudolf Breitscheid Str 1-5, Marburg D-35037 Germany,
49-6421-305-290, contact@sacher-laser.com,
www.sacher-laser.com
Manufactures high-power tunable external-cavity laser
diodes in Littman and Littrow confguration, wavelength
range 375 to 1800 nm, power <1000 mW for applications
in absorption spectroscopy, cooling, and trapping, and
Raman spectroscopy. All key technologies like patented
cavity design, patented AR-coating (R<5E-5) for laser
diodes and low noise electronics are available.
Sacher Lasertechnik LLC
5765 Equador Way, Buena Park, CA 90620,
714-670-7605, sales@sacher.us,
www.sacher-laser.com
Manufactures high-power tunable external-cavity laser
diodes in Littman and Littrow confguration, wavelength
range 375 to 1800 nm, power <1000 mW for applications
in absorption spectroscopy, cooling, and trapping, and
Raman spectroscopy. All key technologies like patented
cavity design, patented AR-coating (R<5E-5) for laser
diodes and low noise electronics are available.
Saft
12 rue Sadi Carnot, Bagnolet 93170 France,
33-1-49-93-19-18, nicole.haslip@saftbatteries.com,
www.saftbatteries.com
Designs and manufactures high-technology batteries for
industrial, transportation, space, defense and renewable
energy applications. The companys technologies include
Li-ion, primary lithium, Ni-Cd and Ni-MH. Serves its
customers with 16 manufacturing sites and an extensive
worldwide sales network.
SAIC
131 Saundersville Rd, Suite 300, Hendersonville, TN
07075, 866-723-8726, www.saic.com
Provides scientifc, engineering, systems integration
and technical services and solutions and products
to all branches of the US military, agencies of the US
Department of Defense (DoD), the intelligence community,
the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other
US government civil agencies.
Sandel Avionics
2401 Dogwood Way, Vista, CA 92081, 760-727-4900,
sales@sandel.com, www.sandel.com
Manufactures ruggedized cockpit displays for rugged fxed
wing and rotorcraft applications. Products include primary
navigation and attitude displays. Terrain awareness and
warning systems (TAWS), HeliTAWS and AHRS. Options
include TACAN display and NVIS compatibility.
San Francisco Circuits
1660 S Amphlett Blvd, #200, San Mateo, CA 94402,
info@sfcircuits.com, www.sfcircuits.com
Provides a unique one stop solution for all military
(MIL-SPEC) and aerospace PCB services including design,
fabrication and assembly.
Schaffner EMC Inc
(sub of Schaffner Holding AG), 52 Mayfeld Ave, Edison,
NJ 08837, 732-225-9533, usasales@schaffner.com,
www.schaffnerusa.com
Develops and produces solutions which ensure the
effcient and reliable operation of electronic systems
in compliance with all major quality and performance
standards.
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SeaLevel Systems
2779 Greenville Hwy, PO Box 830, Liberty, SC 29657,
864-843-4343, sales@sealevel.com, www.sealevel.com
Manufactures sync/async communication products and
industrial computers. Produces products in America
for military, government, and commercial customers.
Forte is using in-house engineering skills to create
custom adaptations of COTS product line for military and
government projects.
Sealing Devices Inc
4400 Walden Ave, Lancaster, NY 14086,
716-684-7600, seals@sealingdevices.com,
www.sealingdevices.com
Manufactures molded rubber parts. Fabricator converter
of seals, gaskets, o-rings, EMI shielding, sponge, vents,
tapes, adhesives and sealants for mil/aero applications.
Semicoa Corp
333 McCormick Ave, Costa Mesa, CA 92626,
714-979-1900, jpark@semicoa.com,
www.semicoa.com
Provides expertise in the design, development and
manufacturing of discrete semiconductors and bipolar
diodes for high reliability space, military and commercial
markets.
SemiProbe
276 E Allen St, Winooski, VT 05404, 802-860-7000,
info@semiprobe.com, www.semiprobe.com
Supplies wafer, diced wafer and wafer fragment prober
test systems specializing in LED and optoelectronic
systems from R&D to production.
SENER
SENER Ingeniera y Sistemas SA Div, c/ Severo Ochoa
4, Parque Tecnologico de Madrid, Tres Cantos, Madrid
28760 Spain, 34-91-807-7318, info@sener.es,
www.sener.es
Offers cutting-edge technological solutions in engineering,
energy and environment, and aeronautics, where
the company is present in consortiums such as ITP
(aeronautical engines, gas turbines). Also is a benchmark
engineering company in the aerospace sector, among
others.
Sensitron Semiconductor
(div of RSM Electron Power Inc), 221 W Industry
Ct, Deer Park, NY 11729-4681, 631-586-7600,
sales@sensitron.com, www.sensitron.com
Manufactures high reliability power electronic solutions
including motor controllers, smart power management and
conversion, diodes and voltage protection components and
embedded boards. Has over 40 years heritage of serving
the complete spectrum of reliability markets including
space, aerospace, and defense. AS9100 registered.
Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR Systems
3490 US Rt 1, Bldg 12, Princeton, NJ 08540-5914,
609-520-0610, sui_info@goodrich.com,
www.sensorsinc.com
Manufactures near-IR (NIR) and shortwave IR (SWIR)
cameras (available fully packaged or as OEM imaging
modules), linear arrays, high-speed detectors and III-VVV
4-inch. Wafer foundry services. Sensors imaging products
are indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs)-based, feature easy
integration, use standard glass optics and require no
cooling.
Serial Innovations
Karnataka, Shivalaya 1st Fl, 104, 17th C Main, 5th
Cross, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore 560095
India, 91-80-41999555, alakshmikumar@sitpl.com,
www.sitpl.com
Designs, builds and deploys advanced imaging and sensor
systems for military reconnaissance and security of critical
government and industrial establishments. The companys
application expertise ranges from development of core
electro-optics modules to complete surveillance and
targeting systems.
SHF Communication Technologies AG
Wilhelm-von-Siemens Str 23D, Berlin 12277 Germany,
49-30-7720510, sales@shf.de, www.shf.de
Specializes in 100G bit error test (BERT) systems, optical
transmitters and receivers, ultra broadband RF amplifer
design as well as passive components.
SIE Computing Solutions Inc
10 Mupac Dr, Brockton, MA 02301, 508-588-6110,
pr@sie-cs.com, www.sie-cs.com
Engineers, designs and manufactures custom products
which support open architectures such as VME, VXS,
VPX, CompactPCI, AdvancedTCA, MicroTCA, and small
form factors. Products include enclosures, high-speed
backplanes and embedded computer systems. System
integration expertise provides customers with complete,
fully tested and certifed systems.
Signal Technology
(div of Crane Aerospace & Electronics) (sub of
Crane Co), 340 N Roosevelt Ave, Chandler, AZ
85226, 480-961-6269, mw@crane-eg.com,
www.craneae.com/mw
Develops state-of-the-art electronic components,
subsystems and system solutions for defense and space
applications. Manufactures a range of RF, microwave, and
millimeter wave products for military communications
networks and systems related to electronic warfare,
precision guidance, radar, intelligence, surveillance and
reconnaissance.
SiliconSystems Inc
26840 Aliso Viejo Pkwy, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656,
949-900-9400, info@siliconsystems.com,
www.siliconsystems.com
Offers advanced storage technology engineered
exclusively for the performance, reliability, multi-year
product lifecycle requirements of the enterprise systems
OEM market. The companys patented SiliconDrive
technology exceeds the rigorous demands of applications
in the netcom, military, industrial, interactive kiosk, and
medical markets.
SKY Computers Inc
27 Industrial Ave, Chelmsford, MA 01824,
978-250-2420, sales@skycomputers.com,
www.skycomputers.com
Builds embedded computers, delivering signal- and
image-processing solutions for military and defense,
industrial inspection, semiconductor, homeland security,
and test and measurement markets for environments that
demand real-time, sensor-based solutions.
Smitties Lights and Sirens
16 Lardner Burke St, Casandra, Kimberley 8301 South
Africa, 27-8327-25886, smitties911@gmail.com,
www.smitties-emergency.webs.com
Supplies of state-of-the-art LED light bars, sirens, strobe
lights, strobe light bars and various other emergency
scene equipment.
Sofradir EC Inc
373 US Hwy 46, Fairfeld, NJ 07004, 973-882-0211,
info@sofradir-ec.com, www.sofradir-ec.com
Offers cooled and uncooled infrared detectors for many
applications. The company also manufacturers a variety of
infrared engines for custom applications and continues to
offer the Electrophysics product line including AstroScope
night vision, SSC infrared research cameras and HotShot
handheld thermal imaging cameras.
Solitron Devices Inc
3301 Electronics Way, Suit C, West Palm Beach, FL
33407, 561-848-4311, sales@solitrondevices.com,
www.solitrondevices.com
Manufactures power semiconductors, Darlington
transistors, power rectifers, power MOSFETs, IGBTs, UJTs,
power hybrids, voltage regulators, SMD voltage regulators,
DC/DC converters, Schottky rectifers, fast recovery
diodes, motor controllers and drivers, small signal J-fets,
semiconductor dies, and multichip power assemblies.
Sony Electronics Inc
One Sony Dr, Park Ridge, NJ 07656,
201-930-7000, sony.cameras@am.sony.com,
www.sony.com/videocameras
Manufactures a line of professional and industrial CCD
cameras, including GigE, Smart, IEEE 1394.b, Camera
Link, high-speed progressive scan, 3CCD color, analog
B&W, network, block, and video conferencing cameras
for machine vision, factory automation, intelligent traffc,
microscopy, inspection, security, and process control
applications.
SOURIAU PA&E
434 Old Station Rd, Wenatchee, WA 98801-8110,
509-664-8000, sales@pacaero.com, www.pacaero.com
Provides military satellites and self-guided missles
with IR seeker systems, and advanced electronics for
state-of-the-art combat aircraft and laser-guided systems.
The US government counts on the company to provide
interconnect systems and hermetic sealing solutions that
perform in the most extreme environments.
Sparton Complex Systems
(div of Sparton Corp), 30167 Power Line Rd, Brooksville,
FL 34602, 352-650-2695, chanson@sparton.com,
www.sparton.com
Provides electronics manufacturing services for aerospace
and defense. Five facilities in the US and overseas provide
both secure domestic production and test as well as lower
cost options for non-ITAR regulated products. Services
include hardware design, rapid prototyping, PCB and box
build assembly, and functional and environmental testing.
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Specialised Imaging Inc
2243 Agate Ct, Unit C, Simi Valley, CA 93065,
951-693-2148, frank@specialised-imaging.com,
www.specialised-imaging.com
Specialised Imaging Ltd
Silk Mill Industrial Estate, Unit 32, Brook St,
Tring, Herts HP23 5EF UK, 44-1442-827728,
wai@specialised-imaging.com,
www.specialised-imaging.com
Specializes in the design and manufacture of imaging
instrumentation for in-fight and terminal ballistics,
including a scanning projectile tracker, a double shot
high-resolution ballistics camera, and an ultrafast multiple
framing camera and image intensifers.
Specialty Coating Systems
7645 Woodland Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46278,
317-244-1200, scssales@scscoatings.com,
www.scscoatings.com
Offers Parylene conformal coating services, equipment,
and dimer. Parylene offers moisture, chemical and
dielectric barrier protection, and thermal stability. Also
offers selective spray coating systems, UV and thermal
cure ovens, spin and dip coating systems, and ionic
contamination test systems.
Spectrum Control
8061 Avonia Rd, Fairview, PA 16415, 814-474-1571,
sales@specemc.com, www.specemc.com
Offers flters and interconnects, advanced ceramics,
specialty connectors and harnessing, power flters and
flm modules.
Spectrum Sensors
8031 Avonia Rd, Fairview, PA 16415, 814-474-2484,
sales@specsensors.com, www.specsensors.com
Manufactures precision co-molded conductive plastic
potentiometers and position sensors, element segments,
and cable assemblies. Designs include rotary, motorized,
hollow shaft, linear, and fader types, as well as custom
assemblies. The companys Advanced Thermal Products
Operation produces temperature sensing probes and
assemblies, PTC and NTC thermistors and resistive
temperature detectors (RTDs).
Spectrum Signal Processing by Vecima
300-2700 Production Way, Burnaby, BC V5A 4X1,
Canada, 604-676-6700, sales@spectrumsignal.com,
www.spectrumsignal.com
Designs and builds board and system-level hardware
solutions for demanding signal processing applications.
Spectrum combines high-performance data acquisition
(RF, analog and digital I/O) and reconfgurable signal
processing COTS hardware with best-in-class support and
engineering services. Spectrum delivers solutions for ISR
(SIGINT, COMINT, ELINT), software defned radio (SDR), and
MILCOM/SATCOM markets.
Speel Praha Ltd
Beranovych 130, Prague 19905 Czech Republic,
420-286-923-619, info@speel.cz, www.speel.cz
Offers avionics systems, including aircraft monitoring
systems, crash-protected solid-state fight data/cockpit
voice recorders, airborne mission computers, and air data
computers, ground support equipment, including hardware
and software, and modernization programs of HUMS for
Mi-17 and Mi-24 helicopters.
SPI Lasers UK Ltd
6 Wellington Park, Hedge End, Southampton
SO30 2QU UK, 44-1489-779-696,
sales@spilasers.com, www.spilasers.com
Designs and manufactures fber lasers. Welding, cutting,
marking and micro-machining operations can be
carried out faster and more accurately. Use in materials
processing applications in a wide range of industries.
SPINNER GmbH
Radar & Satellite Div, Ergiessereistr 33, Munchen 80335
Germany, 49-89-12601-0, ads@spinner-group.com,
www.spinner-group.com
Develops and manufactures state-of-the-art RF
components. Provides products and customized solutions
for civil and military applications. Product range includes
rotary joints (coaxial, waveguide, optical), slip rings, flters,
diplexers, switches, and antennas.
Sporian Microsystems Inc
515 Courtney Way, Suite B, Lafayette, CO 80026,
303-516-9075, info@sporian.com, www.sporian.com
Develops, markets, manufactures, and sells novel sensors,
sensor suites, sensor-subsystems, sensor data-loggers,
and wireless sensor networks for government,
industrial, energy industry, utility and original equipment
manufacturers (OEMs) who employ sensors and wireless
networks.
S-Products Inc
141 Kings Hwy E, Fairfeld, CT 06825, 203-331-9546,
s-products@usa.net, www.s-products.com
SRI Hermetics
3950 Dow Rd, Melbourne, FL 39234-9289,
321-254-4067, info@srihermetics.com,
www.srihermetics.com
StacoSystems
1139 Baker St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, 714-549-3041,
sales@stacosystems.com, www.stacosystems.com
Provides LED push button display switches and control
solutions, subsystems, and rugged keyboards and
keypads for commercial, military, and avionics applications
worldwide.
Stanford Photonics Inc
1032 Elwell Ct, Suite 104, Palo Alto, CA 94303,
650-969-5991, info@stanfordphotonics.com,
www.stanfordphotonics.com
Provides leading-edge electronic imaging equipment,
digital microscope cameras, and photonics technology
for use in critical applications requiring expertly designed
devices and systems since 1989.
Statek Corp
512 N Main St, Orange, CA 92868, 714-639-7810,
sales@statek.com, www.statek.com
Manufactures ultra-miniature quartz crystals, oscillators,
and sensors for numerous military and aerospace
applications. Standardized and custom products are
available in frequencies from 1 Hz to 250+ MHz and can
be used in low-current, high-shock, and high-vibration
applications. High-temperature oscillators are also
available.
Stealth.com Inc
(div of Stealth Computer), 4-530 Rowntree Dairy Rd,
Woodbridge, ON L4L 8H2, Canada, 905-264-9000,
www.stealth.com
Manufactures industrial rugged computers and
peripherals, including custom rack servers, rugged LCD
monitors, mini PCs (small form factor), panel PCs, fanless
computing, marine computing, industrial keyboards, and
pointing devices.
Stellar Microelectronics Inc
28454 Livingston, Valencia, CA 91355, 661-775-3500,
info@stellarmicro.com, http://stellarmicro.com
Specializes in complete turnkey EMS production services
for military, medical, and high reliability applications.
Founded in 1974, the company delivers mission-critical
precision, from die-packaging and microelectronic
assembly to circuit card and fnal product assembly. The
concurrent engineering services aid in frst-pass success,
closing the gap between design and delivery.
STG Aerospace
Ecotech Innovation Business Park, Swaffham,
Norfolk PE37 7XD UK, 44-1760-723232,
info@stgaerospace.com, www.stgaerospace.com
Offers market-leading SafTGlo photoluminescent foorpath
marking systems that are ftted to over 7000 aircraft
worldwide and supplied as OEM to Boeing, Embraer,
Goodrich Lighting, Fokker and BAE Systems. WEPPS is a
ft for life emergency lighting power solution that never
needs charging and requires no scheduled maintenance.
STI Electronics Inc
261 Palmer Rd, Madison, AL 35758, 256-461-9191,
draby@stielectronicsinc.com, www.stielectronicsinc.com
Provides training, consulting, laboratory analysis,
prototyping and small- to medium-volume PCB assembly
in the electronics industry. Also produces a complete line
of solder training kits and training support products and
distributes products for the electronics and industrial
markets.
Storage Clarity
5440-4th St NW, Unit 24, Calgary, AB T2K 1A8,
Canada, 403-764-1320, sales@storageclarity.com,
www.storageclarity.com
Is a storage integrator and value added distributor that
specializes in archival, compliance, cloud, mission-critical
and data-protection storage solutions and related
services. Services include planning, requirement,
technology, product, vendor, and solution assessments,
implementation, installation, training, support, data
archiving, migration and conversion, risk, compliance,
recovery, and more.
Sundance Multiprocessor Technology Ltd
Chiltren House Waterside, Chesham, Bucks
HP5 1PS UK, 44-1494-793167, sales@sundance.com,
www.sundance.com
Designs, manufactures, and tests complete DSP
subsystems for use in any signal-processing application.
Offers TI DSP, Xilinx FPGA, and Analog Devices DAQ
products. ISO 9001:2000 registered.
Sun Solar
771 Jamacha Rd, Suite 250, San Diego, CA 92019,
847-810-0136, solar@gosunsolar.com,
www.gosunsolar.com
Offers mobile, residential and commercial solar
applications such as design, integration and more.
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Suntron Corp
2401 W Grandview Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85023,
855-786-8766, sales@suntroncorp.com,
www.suntroncorp.com
Delivers complete manufacturing services and embedded
computing solutions for high reliability products used
in safety/mission critical, and productivity/monitoring
devices for the aerospace and defense markets. Locations
offer superior manufacturing capabilities featuring ITAR,
NADCAP and AS9100 certifed facilities across North
America for more than 30 years.
Superior Essex Communications LP
6120 Powers Ferry Rd, Suite 150, Atlanta, GA 30339,
770-657-6000, www.superioressex.com/comm
Designs, manufactures and supplies cable and wire
products, as well as cable hardware products. Sold into
more than 50 countries, the products are integral to the
operation of large and small communications networks
around the world.
SuperPower Inc
450 Duane Ave, Schenectady, NY 12304,
518-346-1414, info@superpower-inc.com,
www.superpower-inc.com
Manufactures second-generation (2G) high temperature
superconductor (HTS) wire that operates at LN2
temperatures. 2G HTS-based devices provide important
advantages (energy effciency, high engineering current
density, reduced size and weight, and environmental
friendliness) over copper-based systems for applications
in energy technologies, industry, transportation, military,
space, science and research.
SurplusEQ.com Inc
329 W Melinda Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85027, 623-581-9777,
info@surpluseq.com, www.surpluseq.com
Buys, sells and trades high-technology equipment
including fber optics and optical test, electronic test
equipment, communications, datacom, semiconductor
manufacturing equipment and instruments, laboratory,
biotech, medical, motions control and automation,
robotics, and a wide range of other technology equipment
and excess inventory from high-tech industries. Provides
asset liquidation, and asset recovery.
SV Microwave Inc
(sub of Amphenol Co), 2400 Centrepark W Dr, Suite 100,
West Palm Beach, FL 33409, 561-840-1800,
sales@svmicro.com, www.svmicrowave.com
Offers standard, off-the-shelf, and custom coaxial
connectors, including SMA, SSMA, Blindmate, 2.92 mm,
2.4 mm, 3.5 mm, 7 mm, SMP, ZMA, Hi-Rel, Type N, TNC,
and high-power, as well as cable assemblies, multiport
and harnesses.
SwissOptic
Defense Div, (sub of Berliner Glas KGaA Herbert Kubatz
GmbH & Co), Heinrich Wild Strasse, Heerbrugg, Kanton
St Gallen CH 9435 Switzerland, 41-71-727-3074,
swissoptic@swissoptic.com, www.swissoptic.com
Develops and manufactures a variety of coated precision
optical components, modules, assemblies and systems.
The range of services and products comprises the whole
process chain starting from development to the fnished
and tested component/product, including manufacturing,
thin flm coating and assembling in cleanroom
environment.
Sycamore Glass Components
417 Borden Ave, PO Box 276, Sycamore, IL 60178,
815-895-8533, sales@sycamore-glass.com,
www.sycamore-glass.com
Provides optical components, precision optical
coatings, glass and ceramic materials, and materials
fabrication services. The glass components range from
prototyping to high volume production, simple parts to
precisely-machined components.
Synopsys Inc
700 E Middlefeld Rd, Mountain View, CA 94043,
650-584-5000, www.synopsys.com
Specializes in EDA. Supplies the global electronics market
with the software, intellectual property (IP), prototyping and
services used in semiconductor design, verifcation and
manufacturing.
n SynQor Inc
155 Swanson Rd, Boxborough, MA 01719-1316,
978-849-0600, power@synqor.com,
www.synqor.com
Offers DC/DC power converters, EMI flters and
AC/DC power supply conversion solution products
that are designed to exceed the rigorous quality and
performance requirements of todays leading-edge
communications, computing, medical, industrial, and
military applications. Designs and manufactures in
US factories since 1997. Offers lowest total cost of
ownership by providing unmatched reliability.
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SYSGO
Am Pfaffenstein 14, Klein-Winternheim 55270 Germany,
49-6136-99480, offce@sysgo.com, www.sysgo.com
Provides OS technology, middleware, and software
services for the real-time and embedded market. Safe and
secure virtualization platform PikeOS (a paravirtualization
OS, built upon a small, fast, and safe microkernel)
supports the co-existence of independent OS personalities
on a single platform, including ELinOS, SYSGOs
embedded Linux distribution.
Systel
1655 Industrial Blvd, Sugar Land, TX 77478,
281-207-7619, www.systelusa.com
Provides global IT solutions and services. Provides
technology initiatives and support for business processes
in the areas of enterprise application management, custom
application management, business intelligence, EAI,
infrastructure management, security and quality assurance
and testing services.
Tadiran Batteries
2001 Marcus Ave, Suite 125E, Lake Success, NY
11042, 516-621-4980, sjacobs@tadiranbat.com,
www.tadiran.com
Manufactures a line of lithium thionyl chloride batteries
that feature high energy density, high capacity, wide
temperature range, and low self-discharge proven to
last more than 20 years. Also offers long life Pulses
Plus batteries for high current pulses, TLM high energy
batteries, as well as extended temperature batteries.
TCS Space & Component Technology
(sub of TeleCommunication Systems Inc), 19951
Mariner Ave, Torrance, CA 90503, 310-214-5500,
sales@tcsspace.com, www.tcsspace.com
Supplies military and aerospace microelectronics for over
30 years.
TDI Power
36 Newburgh Rd, Hackettstown, NJ 07840,
908-850-5088, info@tdipower.com, www.tdipower.com
Supplies tailored electronic power conversion equipment
for the military industry by providing solutions, reliability,
and value.
TDK-Lambda Americas
Low Power Div, (sub of TDK Corp), 3055 Del Sol Blvd,
San Diego, CA 92154, 619-575-4400,
marcom@us.tdk-lambda.com,
www.us.tdk-lambda.com/lp
Designs and manufactures AC/DC power supplies and
DC/DC converters. Provides standard, modifed and
custom power products ranging from 1W up to 22,500W
for applications in COTS/MIL/industrial and medical
equipment.
TDL Inc
300 Commerce Blvd, Quakertown, PA 18951,
215-538-8820, info@tuliplabs.com, www.tuliplabs.com
Manufactures rugged military and commercial LCD
displays, keyboards and bezels used on numerous
platforms including ground mobile vehicles, rotary and
fxed wing aircraft, shipboard, and commercial transit
systems. New 50,000 square foot facility is located in
Quakertown, PA.
TEAC Aerospace Technologies Inc
1 Cupania Cir, Monterey Park, CA 91755,
323-837-2708, chunt@teacaerospace.com,
www.teac-aerospace.com
Manufactures computer poducts, digital recorders, and
more.
Technology Advancement Group Inc (TAG)
22355 Tag Way, Dulles, VA 20166, 703-406-3000,
inquiries@tag.com, www.tag.com
Specializes in rugged hardware design, testing,
manufacturing and integration, tactical systems
engineering, IT services and staffng solutions, global
communication network and collocation services, and
24/7/365 customer service. A veteran-owned small
business (VOSB) that provides information technology (IT)
solutions to the Federal Government since 1984.
Tech Products Inc
Signs, Tags and Markers Div, 105 Willow Ave,
Staten Island, NY 10305, 718-442-4900,
team@techproducts.com, www.techproducts.com
Provides identifcation products for the armed services,
NASA and DEP. These products include electric cable
markers, warning signs and storm drain markers. Has
been manufacturing in the United States since 1948 and
provides an extensive, innovative and quality product line.
TE Connectivity
Aerospace/Defense and Marine Div, MS 258-23,
PO Box 3608, Harrisburg, PA 17105-3608,
800-522-6752, tawilson@te.com, www.te.com/adm
Designs and manufactures a range of connectors, rugged
electro-optic components, and assemblies, RF products,
wire, cable and components, custom harness assemblies,
relays, contactors and power distribution units along with
value-added assemblies for the aerospace, defense and
marine industries.
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Tektronix Component Solutions
2905 SW Hocken Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005,
503-627-4133, components@tektronix.com,
http://component-solutions.tektronix.com
As a proven US-based, ITAR-registered and accredited
Trusted Supplier, the company is an ideal partner
for military applications requiring high-performance
microelectronics. Offers services and products
including ASIC design, IC packaging, RF/microwave
module development, high-speed data converters
and component test, and has the expertise to deliver
high-reliability microelectronics.
Teledyne Microelectronic Technologies
12964 Panama St, Los Angeles, CA 90066,
310-822-8229, microelectronics@teledyne.com,
www.teledynemicro.com
Specializes in complex microelectronic modules (MCMs)
for the defense, space, aviation, and industrial markets.
Offers a range of analysis, design, manufacturing
and test capabilities for analog/digital, RF/microwave,
optoelectronics, power, and secure modules. Certifed
MIL-PRF-38534 Class H and K DoD microelectronics
trusted source for packaging, assembly and test.
Telkonet Inc
10200 W Innovation Dr, Suite 300, Milwaukee,
WI 53226, 414-223-0473, sales@telkonet.com,
www.telkonet.com
Delivers secure IP-over-powerline networking and energy
management solutions. Provides government and military
clients with FIPS 140-2 validated broadband networking
solutions to seamlessly deploy, support, and maintain
energy management systems for intermittently occupied
spaces, high-speed data, voice, and video communications
via wireless, wired, and in-building and shipboard
electrical wiring.
Telops Inc
100-2600 Ave St Jean Baptiste, Qubec, QC G2E 6J5,
Canada, 418-864-7808, contact@telops.com,
www.telops.com
Supplies high performance infrared cameras and
hyperspectral imaging systems. Has developed the
HD-IR 1280 high defnition scientifc infrared camera, the
FAST-IR 1000, the frst 1000 FPS infrared camera, and
the hyper-cam. Helps detect, identify and quantify remote
substances previously invisible.
TeraXion Inc
2716 Einstein St, Quebec, QC G1P 4S8, Canada,
418-658-9500, info@teraxion.com, www.teraxion.com
Designs and manufactures state-of-the-art optical
components for high speed fber-optic transmission
networks. Its line of OEM chromatic dispersion
management solutions includes Telcordia-qualifed low
loss DCMs and tunable dispersion compensators. Offers
customized fltering based on advanced fber Bragg grating
technology and narrow linewidth laser sources.
Teseq
52 Mayfeld Ave, Edison, NJ 08837, 732-225-9533,
mjsalvador@teseq.com, www.teseq.com
Provides EMC instrumentation and test systems for
radiated and conducted interface in the automotive,
consumer electronics, telecommunications, medical,
aerospace, and defense industries.
Test Equipment Connection
30 Skyline Dr, Lake Mary, FL 32746, 407-804-1299,
sales@testequipmentconnection.com,
www.testequipmentconnection.com
Texas Instruments
Semiconductor Div, 12500 TI Blvd, Dallas, TX 75243,
214-480-1920, www.ti.com/led
Produces DSPs, analog and mixed signal products,
programmable and digital logic parts, and ASICs for the
defense and aerospace industries. Also offers portfolios
for enhanced plastic devices and QML Class V space
products.
Textron Systems
124 Industry Ln, PO Box 124, Hunt Valley, MD 21030,
410-628-3184, www.sensor.com
Provides innovative solutions to the defense, homeland
security and aerospace communities for more than 50
years. Supplies weapons systems, surveillance systems,
marine craft, and more.
Thales Communications Inc
22605 Gateway Center Dr, Clarksburg, MD 20871,
240-864-7000, solutions@thalescomminc.com,
www.thalescommiinc.com
Develops proven, software-defned, radio equipment,
serving the ground, naval, airborne, and homeland
security domains with tactical electronic equipment
and information systems that address the technological
and environmental challenges presented in real-world
situations, especially those with size, weight, and power
constraints.
Themis Computer
47200 Bayside Pkwy, Fremont, CA 94538,
510-252-0870, info@themis.com, www.themis.com
Provides hardware solutions, including blade and rugged
servers, embedded computing, and software solutions for
mission-critical applications in aerospace, military, and
commercial markets. Open standard-based computing
platforms support Linux, Microsoft Windows, and Sun
Solaris operating environments. Products are designed to
ensure high reliability and availability.
Thermacore Inc
780 Eden Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601, 717-569-6551,
info@thermacore.com, www.thermacore.com
Specializes in the custom design, development,
and manufacturing of highly engineered thermal
management solutions for a variety of OEM applications
across a diversifed set of global markets that includes
military/aerospace, computer, communication, energy
conversion, medical and test equipment.
Thermo Scientifc - CIDTEC
(div of Thermo Fisher Scientifc), 101 Commerce Blvd,
Liverpool, NY 13088-4507, 315-451-9410,
tony.chapman@thermofsher.com,
www.thermoscientifc.com
Manufactures high performance charge injection device
(CID) cameras for demanding imaging applications in
radiation environments and scientifc imaging. Features
include radiation hardened, wide dynamic range, random
access and UVNIR response. Formats include RS-170,
CCIR, intensifed and slow scan. UV and X-Ray deposition
services also available.
Thermoteknix Systems Ltd
Teknix House, 2 Pembroke Ave, Waterbeach, Cambridge,
Cambridgeshire CB25 9QR UK, 44-12-23-20-4000,
sales@thermoteknix.com, www.thermoteknix.com
Manufactures and supplies MIRICLE thermal imaging OEM
cores and engines. Includes miniature, ultra-lightweight,
low power shutterless models with 384x288 or 640x480
resolution options and range of optics. Also manufactures
TiCAM thermal imaging binoculars, ClipIR small clip-on
thermal imagers for image intensifers and more.
Toshiba Imaging Systems Div
Toshiba America Information Systems, (div of Toshiba
America), 9740 Irvine Blvd, Irvine, CA 92618,
949-461-4253, gary.pitre@tais.toshiba.com,
www.toshibacameras.com
Specilaizes in high defnition (HD) and high resolution
video cameras for scientifc, R&D, broadcast, and
machine-vision applications. High performance HDTV,
3-chip color and monochrome CCD and CMOS video
cameras are available with small, remote heads,
ultra-compact CCUs, and monitors for military, aerospace,
industrial, broadcast, and scientifc markets.
Touch International
2222 W Rundberg Ln, Suite 200, Austin, TX 78758,
512-832-8292, sales@touchintl.com,
www.touchinternational.com
Offers custom touch screen design and manufacturing,
LCD display enhancements, and value-added solutions for
military, aerospace and industrial applications. Supports
prototyping through production and provides an array of
value-added services including custom glass printing,
optical bonding and system integration. ITAR compliant,
ISO 9001:2008 certifed.
Tracewell Systems
567 Enterprise Dr, Westerville, OH 43081,
800-848-4525, customerservice@tracewell.com,
www.tracewellsystems.com
Designs and manufactures electronic packaging and
subsystems to deploy COTS or proprietary hardware into
environments where they were not designed or intended
to be deployed. Utilizes capabilities for thermal mitigation,
size/weight reduction along with ruggedization techniques
and power conditioning to meet and exceed customer
expectations.
Transtector Systems Inc
(sub of Smiths Group), 10701 Airport Dr, Hayden Lake,
ID 83835, 208-772-8515, sales@protectiongroup.com,
www.protectiongroup.com
Designs and manufactures transient voltage surge
suppression products, specializing in E3 applications.
Offers EMP, EMI and HEMP transient flters.
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Trion Technology
2131 Sunnydale Blvd, Clearwater, FL 33765,
727-461-1888, info@triontech.com, www.triontech.com
Manufactures a wide variety of plasma etch, strip and
deposition systems for the compound semiconductor,
MEMS, optoelectronic and other markets. Offers small
footprints, reliable systems, and affordable pricing.
Products range from full-blown production cluster tools to
a simple laboratory system.
Triple E
(sub of CBT Technology), 358 North St, Randolph, MA
02368, 781-963-7200, sales@cbttechnology.com
Manufactures custom electronic enclosures for a variety
of markets, including GPS, security, wireless, and military
applications. Specializes in aluminum extruded enclosures
and services, such as CNC maching, powder painting, silk
screening, and assembly to custom design requirements.
TriQuint Semiconductor
2300 NE Brookwood Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124,
503-615-9000, info@tqs.com, www.triquint.com
Manufactures GaAs, GaN, SAW, and BAW products
for phased array radar, guidance and communications
applications. Solutions include HPAs, LNAs,
SAW/BAW flters and oscillators, plus MMICs utilizing
the 0.25 m power pHEMT and 0.15 m LN processes.
Defense/aerospace contractors rely on the companys R&D
expertise, high quality products and service.
TRITEC Developments Ltd
Bold Business Centre, Bold Ln, St Helens WA9 4TX UK,
44-1925-220-466, sales@tritec.biz, www.tritec.biz
Manufactures and supplies NATO-approved fber
installation equipment including the FASE II Fusion Splicer
and HSO II Heatshrink Oven.
TT electronics
1645 Wallace Dr, Carrollton, TX 75006, 800-341-4747,
sales@ttelectronics-na.com, www.ttelectronics.com
Supplies and manufactures electronics products for the
defense, aerospace, medical, transportation and industrial
markets. Consists of fve divisions: components, sensors,
secure power, integrated manufacturing services and
general industrial, each delivering technology, products
and services to customers in target markets worldwide.
n TTI Inc
(div of Berkshire Hathaway Co), 2441 Northeast
Pkwy, Ft Worth, TX 76106-1816, 817-740-9000,
information@ttiinc.com, www.ttiinc.com
Distributes passive, interconnect, electromechanical,
circuit protection, magnetics, and discrete
components. Product line includes resistors,
capacitors, connectors, inductors, flters and
frequency control, circuit breakers, sensors, switches,
relays, terminal blocks, diodes, and wiring and cable
accessories. More than 60 locations throughout
North America, Europe, and Asia. AS9100B and ISO
9001:2000 registered.
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TTTech Computertechnik AG
Schoenbrunner Strasse 7, Vienna A-1040 Austria,
43-1-5853434-868, mirko.jakovljevic@tttech.com,
www.tttech.com
Supplies solutions in the feld of time-triggered data
communication. The companys products, based on
TTP and TTEthernet, improve the safety and reliability
of networked computer systems in transportation and
automation industries. FlexRay solutions are offered by
TTTechs subsidary, TTTech automotive.
Tyco Electronics Circuit Protection
Products
(div of Tyco Electronics), 308 Constitution Dr,
MS R21/2A, Menlo Park, CA 94025-1164,
650-361-2175, www.circuitprotection.com
Develops, manufactures, and markets a line of PolySwitch
resettable circuit protection devices, SiBar thyristor surge
protectors, protected power switches, and a selection of
integrated networking and custom power magnetics.
u2t photonics AG
Reuchlinstr 10/11, Berlin 10553 Germany,
49-30-72611-3530, sales@u2t.com, www.u2t.com
Supplies ultrahigh speed optical detectors and receivers
of up to 100 GHz. Provides mature technology to both
test and measurement vendors as well as to the optical
communications market for use in 40 Gbit/s applications.
UBLeds Co Ltd
2F, No 208, Sec 3, Zhongyang Rd, Tucheng Dist,
New Taipei City 236 Taiwan, 886-2-2268-2988,
ubleds@ubleds.com.tw, www.ubleds.com.tw
Manufactures IC LEDs, high CRI and high power LED
packages in Taiwan. Provides LED components, light
modules, OEM, ODM and turnkey services.
Unicoi Systems
410 Peachtree Pkwy, Bldg 400, Suite 4226, Cumming,
GA 30041, 678-208-2250, sales@unicoi.com,
www.unicoi.com
Provides VoIP software solutions and design services to
embedded device developers and OEMs worldwide. The
InstaVoIP software suite is an ideal platform for products
such as IP phones, RoIP Gateways, door entry sytems
and more.
Uniforce Sales and Engineering
42501 Albrae St, Suite 210, Fremont, CA 94538,
510-657-4000, sales@uniforcesales.com,
www.uniforcesales.com
Provides solutions to machine vision and image acquisition
in many applications, including in the felds of medical,
research, robotics, science, agriculture, military, industry,
semiconductor, lab automation, and OCR.
Uniglobe Kisco Inc
707 Westchester Ave, Suite 207, White Plains, NY
10604, 914-397-1150, info@uniglobe-kisco.com,
www.uniglobe-kisco.com
Offers parylene coating products for the defense and
medical industries. Also provides a wide variety of
advanced materials.
Universal Robotics Inc
2518 Smith Springs Rd, Nashville, TN 37217,
615-366-7281, sales@universalrobotics.com,
www.universalrobotics.com
Provides next generation 3-D sensor/machine vision
solutions for materials handling and distribution
environments. Focused on dynamic/random environments
that allow companies to process a range of goods that
may vary in SKU, orientation, or color. Regardless of
the activity (depal, bin, picking, trailer, unloading, part
inspection), they solve the diffcult problems.
Vanguard Rugged Storage
6525 Gunpark Dr, Suite 370-510, Boulder, CO 80301,
303-527-3003, sales@vanguard-rugged.com,
www.vanguard-rugged.com
Builds the broadest line of mass storage products for
rugged military, aerospace and industrial applications.
From removable drives and VME/CPCI storage modules
to TByte network attached storage, these products can
be quickly combined into systems to meet any embedded
storage requirement.
VAT Inc
500 W Cummings Pk, Woburn, MA 01801,
781-935-1446, us@vatvalve.com, www.vatvalve.com
Specializes in vacuum valve technology. The companys
valves are found in a variety of applications ranging from
rough to extreme UHV. Valve products include gate,
transfer, angle, all-metal, butterfy, control, isolation, fast
closing, wedge and customer designed to meet specifc
requirements.
Vector Informatik GmbH
Ingersheimer Str 24, Stuttgart 70499
Germany, 49-711-80670-0, sales@vector.com,
www.avionics-networking.com
Provides solutions to beneft developers and test
engineers for aerospace electronic networking.
Focuses on tools for E/E architecture, monitoring and
analyzing the bus communications and on test tools
in the form of a HIL for the developers offce desk.
VersaLogic Corp
3888 Stewart Rd, Eugene, OR 97402, 541-485-8575,
info@versalogic.com, www.versalogic.com
Supplies embedded computers and high-quality
board-level products for OEM applications since 1976.
Product lines include EBX, PC/104, EPIC, SPX and SUMIT
single board computers and accessories. Demonstrates a
commitment to service demonstrated through its 5-year
availability guarantee and platinum level support.
ViaSat Inc
6155 El Camino Real, Carlsbad, CA 92009-1602,
760-476-2200, gov.satcom@viasat.com,
www.viasat.com
Offers satellite and other digital communication systems
for fast, secure, and effcient communications to any
location. Networking products include UHF, Ku, L, C,
and Ka-band, communications on-the-move, blue force
tracking, information assurance, security, antenna
systems, Link 16 (MIDS and MIDS JTRS) data links, and
digital ISR video links.
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VI Chip Inc
(sub of Vicor Co), 25 Frontage Rd, Andover, MA
01810, 978-470-2900, custserv@vicorpower.com,
www.vicorpower.com
Specifes, designs, manufactures, and markets VI power
components to enable next generation power architecture
in high-end computing, ATE, telecommunications,
solid-state lighting and defense electronics markets
worldwide.
Vicor Corp
25 Frontage Rd, Andover, MA 01810, 978-470-2900,
apps@vicorpower.com, www.vicorpower.com
Designs, manufactures and markets modular, high-density
power components as well as confgurable power systems,
and custom power supplies with an installed base of
millions of units and a worldwide reputation for product
reliability in a broad range of military applications.
Virginia Panel Corp
1400 New Hope Rd, Waynesboro, VA 22980,
540-932-3300, info@vpc.com, www.vpc.com
Manufactures mass interconnect solutions for the
automatic test and military industries including fber
optics, PCB, prewired interconnect adapters, and cable
assemblies. Supports VXI, LXI, and PXI standards.
Successful affliations with major government defense
contractors attest to VPCs ability to perform well under
strictly regulated guidelines.
VISIONx Inc
210 Brunswick, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 1A6, Canada,
514-694-9290, www.visionxinc.com
VITEC Multimedia
931 Benecia Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, 650-230-2400,
sales@optibase.com, www.optibase.com
Provides powerful digital video products that support
end-to-end media solutions for broadcast, corporate,
education, government, industrial, medical, military, and
telco customers. By integrating world famous brands
including Optibase, Focus, Como, and Stradis, the
company now controls the complete video chain.
VPT Inc
11314 4th Ave W, Suite 206, Everett, WA 98204,
425-353-3010, www.vpt-inc.com
Powers military, aerospace, and space systems with
high reliability DC/DC converters, EMI flters, and custom
engineering design services.
VT Miltope
(sub of Vision Technologies Systems), 3800 Richardson
Rd S, Hope Hull, AL 36043, 334-284-8665,
info@miltope.com, www.miltope.com
Specializes in the design, development and production of
fully rugged computers, servers, printers, mass storage
devices and related peripherals that must operate in the
most demanding environmental conditions. All products
are fully qualifcation tested to MIL-STD-810F and -461E
and delivered after 100% environmental stress screening
(ESS).
Wall Industries Inc
5 Watson Brook Rd, Exeter, NH 03833, 603-778-2300,
sales@wallindustries.com, www.wallindustries.com
Designs, manufactures and markets a full line of AC/DC
and DC/DC power conversion products with an emphasis
on modifed standard and customized power solutions.
Over the years, has powered applications in the aerospace,
military, high technology, communications, electronics,
industrial, medical, LED lighting, and energy industries.
Warsash Scientifc Pty Ltd
Unit 7, 1 Marian St, Redfern, NSW 2016 Australia,
61-2-9319-0122, sales@warsash.com.au,
www.warsash.com.au
Supplies products including laser systems, laser
accessories, micro and nanopositioning systems, Raman,
AFM/SPM, fber-optic test and measurement equipment,
laser vibrometers and velocimeters, thin-flm deposition
systems and more.
Website Writers
(sub of SciTech Marketing), 161 Ash St, Spencer, MA
01562, 508-826-5900, jack@websitewriters.info,
http://app.pixability.com/r/websitewriters
WELLS-CTI
2102 W Quail Ave, Ste 2, Phoenix, AZ 85027,
800-348-2505, sales@wellscti.com, www.wellscti.com
Provides burn-in sockets and thermal solutions.
WhiteOptics LLC
243-G Quigley Blvd, New Castle, DE 19720,
302-476-2055, mteather@whiteoptics.com,
www.whiteoptics.com
Develops and manufactures the patent-pending
WhiteOptics refector based on a highly refective plastic
substrate. The refector is unique in that it has extremely
high diffuse refectance and has greater than 97%
refectance across the visible spectrum.
Wilbrecht Ledco Inc
1400 Energy Park Dr, Suite 20, St Paul, MN
55108, 651-659-0919, info@wilbrechtledco.com,
www.wilbrechtledco.com
Manufactures industry standard and custom LED
assemblies for panel and PCB mounting. Custom features
include internal resistors for DC and AC applications,
sealing IP66, daylight readable LEDs and custom lead
wires. Offers free samples built to specifcations.
Willtek
25 Eastmans Rd, Parsippany, NJ 07054,
973-386-9696, www.willtek.com
Provides terminal and air-interface testing solutions
and hand-held spectrum analyzers for the mobile
telecommunications industry.
Wind River
500 Wind River Way, Alameda, CA 94501,
510-748-4100, www.windriver.com
Provides device software optimization (DSO). Enables
companies to develop, run, and manage device software.
W L Gore & Associates
Electronic Products Div, 385 Starr Rd, Landenberg, PA
19350, 302-292-5100, electronics.usa@wlgore.com,
www.gore.com
Manufactures products designed for the harsh
environments of defense, airborne, and space
applications while providing signifcant reduction in overall
program risk. Products include microwave assemblies,
MIL-STD-1760 assemblies, Fibre Channel high-speed
interfaces, electro-optic assemblies, RF connectors, EMI
shielding materials, and SKYFLEX aircraft sealants.
Woven Electronics
1001 Old Stage Rd, Simpsonville, SC 29681,
864-963-5131, info@wovenelectronics.com,
www.wovenelectronics.com
Offers total interconnect packages, from basic cable to the
integration of PC boards, over molded cables, open and
closed wire harnesses, high speed data cables, custom
designed connectors, and backshells. Offers complete
design services for interconnect needs, providing solutions
to the most complex problems. ISO 9001 and AS9100
registered.
Wyle
1960 E Grand Ave, Suite 900, El Segundo, CA 90245,
310-563-6800, service@wyle.com, www.wyle.com
Provides specialized engineering, scientifc, and technical
services to the Department of Defense, NASA, and a
variety of commercial customers. The company serves
customers in the areas of test and evaluation, systems
engineering and information technology, life cycle and
acquisition program management, life sciences research
and space medical operations and engineering.
Xenics
Ambachtenlaan 44, Leuven BE-3001 Belgium,
32-16-38-99-00, sales@xenics.com, www.xenics.com
Develops innovative infrared detection solutions for a
wide range of applications. Designs, manufactures and
sells infrared detectors and cameras, both line-scan and
2-D, covering the infrared wavelength ranges from 0.4
to 14 micrometers. In addition, delivers custom products
according to the agreed specifcation and planning.
Xilinx
2100 Logic Dr, San Jose, CA 95124, 408-559-7778,
www.xilinx.com
Invented the feld programmable gate array (FPGA) and
was the frst semiconductor company to establish the
fabless manufacturing model, outsourcing everything but
the design, marketing, and support of its products.
Zero Ground LLC
3392 Hillside Ct, Woodridge, IL 60517-1438,
401-377-8389, service@zero-ground.com,
www.dbzshield.com
Offers shielding upgrades without changing cables.
Provides COTS fexible metallic dual shielded conduit for
EMI/RFI/EMP design or troubleshooting. Tested 10 KHz18
GHZ. Provides lower installed cost than most MIL-SPEC
conduits systems or hard pipe. Most sizes readily
available. Multiple termination options with inexpensive
standard fttings. Low toxicity jacket. Easy online design
tool.
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A-D converters ........................................... 15
Amplifiers .................................................. 29
Antennas .................................................... 29
Application ................................................. 32
ASICs .......................................................... 15
Assembly/subcontract services ............... 26
Avionics ...................................................... 28
Backplanes ................................................. 13
Batteries ..................................................... 22
Bipolar transistors ..................................... 15
Cathode ray tube ....................................... 15
Chemical analyzers ................................... 23
Communications/networking ...................32
Communications/networking ICs ........... 15
Connectors ................................................. 13
Consultants ................................................ 26
Cooling systems ........................................ 25
COTS upscreening ..................................... 34
D-A converters ........................................... 15
Data recorders ........................................... 10
Data security ............................................. 32
Design and development tools .................32
Digital signal processors........................... 15
Diplexers/multiplexers ............................. 29
Discrete components ................................ 29
Distributors .................................................26
Electroluminescent (EL) displays ............. 15
Electronic cabling ...................................... 14
Electro-optic materials and substrates ....25
EMC compliance ........................................ 34
Enclosures and chassis ............................. 14
Filters .......................................................... 29
Filters/gasketing ........................................ 15
FPGAs .......................................................... 15
Frequency synthesizers ............................ 29
General-purpose ICs ................................. 15
GPS systems ................................................28
Graphics and simulation ...........................32
Graphics ICs ............................................... 15
HALT/HASS ................................................ 34
High-speed switched fabrics ...................... 9
Hybrids ....................................................... 29
IGBTs .......................................................... 15
Inertial ........................................................ 23
Information security ................................. 32
Infrared/ultraviolet ................................... 23
IP cores ....................................................... 18
LADAR/LIDAR ............................................ 23
Laser communications ............................... 9
Laser components ..................................... 25
Lasers .......................................................... 25
LEDs ............................................................ 25
Lighting ...................................................... 25
Liquid crystal displays .............................. 15
Memory ICs ................................................ 18
MEMS and nanotechnology ..................... 15
Meters ......................................................... 34
Microprocessors/microcontrollers .......... 18
Microwave communications ...................... 9
Microwave subassemblies ........................ 29
Military telecommunications .................... 9
Mixed-signal devices ................................. 29
Mixed-signal ICs ........................................ 18
MMICs ......................................................... 29
MOSFETs .................................................... 20
Motor controllers....................................... 22
Motors ........................................................ 22
Navigation equipment .............................. 28
Network analyzers .................................... 34
Network/databus analyzers ..................... 34
Network interface controllers .................... 9
Network interface ICs ............................... 18
Operating systems .................................... 32
Optical amplifiers...................................... 25
Optical coatings/treatments .................... 25
Optical detectors ....................................... 25
Optical fiber ............................................... 25
Optical filters ............................................. 25
Optical imaging ......................................... 25
Optical memory......................................... 10
Optical switches ........................................ 26
Optical test and measurement ................ 34
Optical transceivers ...................................26
Optics .......................................................... 26
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED)
displays .................................................. 15
Oscillators/synthesizers ........................... 29
Oscilloscopes ............................................. 34
Passive components .................................. 20
Peripheral/support ICs .............................. 18
Plasma displays ......................................... 15
Portable test systems ................................ 34
Power discrete devices .............................. 20
Power distribution systems
and equipment ...................................... 22
Power integrated circuits .......................... 20
Power supplies ........................................... 23
Programming languages ........................... 32
Radar .......................................................... 23
Radio ............................................................. 9
RAID/computer farms .............................. 10
Real-time operating systems (RTOS)
and kernels ............................................ 32
Rectifiers .................................................... 22
RF attenuators ........................................... 30
RF packaging .............................................. 30
RF switches ................................................ 30
Satellite equipment and telemetry ........... 9
Shipboard/maritime electronics .............. 28
Signal generators ....................................... 30
Software-driven instrumentation ........... 34
Solid-state memory................................... 10
Solid-state memory................................... 18
Sonar .......................................................... 23
Spectrum analyzers .................................. 34
Tactical networks ........................................ 9
Tactile ......................................................... 23
Tape memory ............................................. 10
Thyristors ................................................... 22
Training and simulation ........................... 28
Transient voltage suppressors ................. 23
Transmit/receive modules ....................... 30
Ultraviolet light sources ........................... 26
Up/down converters ................................. 30
Vetronics .................................................... 28
Visible-light cameras ................................ 23
Wired networks ........................................... 9
Wireless networks ....................................... 9
Wiring harnesses ....................................... 15
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Advanced Photonix, Inc. ......................................................................... 27
Aethercomm ............................................................................................. 31
Behlman ................................................................................................16-17
Crane Aerospace & Electronics ............................................................. 19
Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing ................................. 5
Engineering Design Team ........................................................................ 6
Falcon Electronics .................................................................................... 13
GAIA Converter Inc. ................................................................................ 20
GE Intelligent Platforms ............................................................................ 7
Kontron America ........................................................................................ 8
Lansdale Semiconductor Inc. .................................................................. 2
M.S. Kennedy Corporation ...............................................................18, 22
Martek Power ............................................................................................ 21
NuWaves Engineering ............................................................................. 30
Omnetics Connector Corp...................................................................... 11
Phillips Service Industries, Inc. ............................................................. 10
PIC Wire & Cable ...................................................................................... 14
Synqor .........................................................................................................C2
TTI Inc. ....................................................................................................... 12
Wireless Telecom Group ............................................................ 33, 35, C4
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