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Aerospace & Defense Technology: February 2020

  • Magazine Issue
  • 20AERP02
Published January 30, 2020 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • Rad-Hard Microelectronics for Space Applications
  • Outsourcing Plasma Treatments for Surface Modification
  • Adding Context to Full-Motion Video for Improved Surveillance and Situational Awareness
  • Implementing an Aerospace Factory of the Future
  • 90° Hybrid Coupled Power Amplifier - Pros and Cons
  • A New Network Design for the "Internet from Space"
  • Future Advances in Electronic Materials and Processes - Flexible Hybrid Electronics
    Despite progress being made, there are still significant obstacles to the manufacture and use of flexi-ble hybrid electronics in military applications.
  • Heterogeneous Integration Technology
    Integrating different types of devices and materials could increase their functional density, improving the performance of electro-optic systems for sensor applications.
  • The Impact of Cyber Cameras on the Intelligence Community
    The ability to covertly access and manipulate cyber cameras could provide valuable strategic data for the US intelligence community.
  • Calculating Electrical Requirements for Direct Current Electric Actuators
    When designing electro-mechanically actuated systems, there are several electrical design requirements that must be determined.
  • Weyl Semimetals (WSM) for Electronics Applications
    New synthesized materials open the way to govern the density of helicity, axial charge, and its flow, axial current.
  • Energy Harvesting for Soft-Matter Machines and Electronics
    A new class of soft multifunctional materials could be used to convert mechanical deformation from vibrations and stretching into electrical energy.
  • Evaluation of the Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide on Common Aircraft Electrical Materials
    Study aims to find a suitable decontaminant/disinfectant/sanitizer that can be used successfully in complex transportation vehicles with no negative impact on sensitive electronic equipment.