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Multiservice Partnership Continues Power System Development Efforts

The U.S. Army‘s Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center collaborates with the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy and industry partners to explore hybrid power systems for a proposed Future Vertical Lift program. The multiservice collaboration builds upon previous work on a lithium-ion battery technology that was designed to help power F-22 aircraft, the first Mars Rover …

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Air Force Researchers Develop Mobile Energy Storage & Mgmt System

The Air Force Research Laboratory’s advanced power technology office has built a mobile energy storage and management system designed to provide renewable energy power to future forward operating bases. APTO developed the system as part of efforts to help address long-term energy requirements of U.S. armed forces, AFRL said Thursday. “Pieces of individual equipment have been demonstrated …

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Army Cyber Center Hosts Experiments for Cyber Electromagnetic Activities Strategy

The U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence has hosted the 2016 edition of the Cyber Quest event to host experiments designed to address a warfighting challenge to conduct space, cyber electromagnetic operations and maintain communications. The Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center said Aug. 16 the experiment held throughout June to July brought together industry, …

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US Army to Add NSA Network to Intelligence Processing Facility; Lee Wyman Comments

A partnership within the U.S. Army has started to update the service branch’s intelligence processing facility to add another classified network designed to facilitate intelligence collection and reporting operations, the Army said Wednesday. The service branch’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center has collaborated with the Distributed Common Ground System-Army to …

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Army CERDEC, Partners Integrate Positioning, Navigation, Timing Tech

The U.S. Army‘s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center will use a system-of-systems approach to develop new positioning, navigation and timing strategies for mounted platforms, dismounted soldiers, anti-jam antennas and pseudolites. CERDEC said April 28 CERDEC’s command, power and integration directorate looks to apply the Assured PNT approach to address warfighter requirements through an …

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Mary Miller Named DoD Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research, Engineering

Mary Miller, formerly deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Army for research and technology, has been named principal deputy assistant secretary for research and engineering at the Defense Department’s office of the defense undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Miller’s appointment to the Senior Executive …

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CERDEC Works on Noise-Encrypted Waveform Designed for Radar Emission Masking

The U.S. Army continues its work to develop a noise-encrypted radar waveform designed to hide radar emissions in efforts to address issues in radar system performance in a radio frequency environments. Army Materiel Command‘s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center currently performs research and development work on the Advanced Pulse Compression Noise waveform, …

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Army, Engility to Develop Universal Encryptor Chip for Communication Devices

The U.S. Army Materiel Command‘s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center has partnered with an Engility-led team to develop a universal encryptor for all communications devices used by the military. The Army said Wednesday the Reprogrammable Single Chip Universal Encryptor or RESCUE aims to cancel out the need for numerous cryptographic engine cores to …

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US Army Opens New Anechoic Chamber for Vehicle Tests; Frank Bohn Comments

The U.S. Army has launched a new anechoic chamber at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland in a move to expand the space for vehicle tests. The Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center designed the Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Compatibility and Antenna Test laboratory to accommodate larger and mobile vehicle-mounted projects, the Army said …

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