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  • EMI Shielding for Military Electronics and Medical Equipment
    Electromagnetic interference (EMI) can disrupt sensitive electronic components and endanger the lives of the warfighters and hospital patients who depend on them. Without EMI shielding, radio frequency (RF) transmissions and other electromagnetic induction can interrupt the electronic equipment
  • GaN Tech Driving Radar and Electronic Warfare Designs
    Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology continues to be a game changer for military radar, electronic warfare (EW), and communications applications.
  • Prescribing Transformers for Medical Electronic Systems (.pdf)
    electronic devices, and for military-grade reliability. Because of this, virtually all components of medical electronic products, as well as the end products themselves, must be designed with safety in mind. In specifying transformers for the power electronics in medical systems, designers should
  • Mil-F-14072 Finishes for Ground Based Electronic Equipment
    This specification is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense. 1.1 Scope. This specification covers requirements for finishes necessary to protect ground electronic equipment from the deteriorating effects of climatic conditions encountered in military use
  • Mil-Std-202 Test Method Standard for Electronic and Electrical Component Parts
    This standard establishes uniform methods for testing electronic and electrical component parts, including basic environmental tests to determine resistance to deleterious effects of natural elements and conditions surrounding military operations, and physical and electrical tests. For the purpose
  • The Camara Oscura Being Developed by South Coast Photonics Could Revolutionize the Way Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing of Electronic
    circuits and electronic devices are widespread in the computing and telecom industries and can be found in virtually all commercial and military vehicles across the world. They are a major technological wave that is already changing the way we live, work, and travel. Thin-film devices formed or printed
  • Medical Device Link .
    . The need for hermeticity was originally driven by sophisticated military electronic applications. System failures in both electronic and mechanical systems had been traced to the ingress of moisture, which can cause dielectric breakdown, corrosion, and loss of insulation resistance between
  • Thermal Management
    Connect main Vehicle A/C system to auxiliary A/C unit aboard military vehicle for onboard electronic cooling.
  • Keeping cool at 50,000 ft
    Engineering firm Hybricon Inc. in Ayer, Mass. used thermal simulation to predict cooling for an ATR chassis containing electronic equipment. The chassis dissipates almost 200 W and operates on military aircraft reaching altitudes up to 50,000 ft. Flotherm from Flomerics Inc., Marlborough, Mass
  • Start metricating your company now!
    There are those who will forever prefer their inches, feet, and miles to meters. But it is undeniable that the U.S. is already metricating and will be a metric country in a few years. Consider how much we already use metric: Automobiles are entirely metric, the U.S. military is largely metric

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