Tag Archives: software-defined radio

Jerry DeMuro, Tom Arseneault: BAE’s US Arm Sees Opportunities in Two Businesses From Raytheon-UTC Merger


Jerry DeMuro, CEO of BAE Systems’ U.S. subsidiary and a three-time Wash100 award winner, and Tom Arseneault, company president and chief operating officer and a 2020 Wash100 awardee, told C4ISRNET in an interview published Monday about the opportunities they see in the company’s proposed acquisition of two businesses from Raytheon and United Technologies Corp.

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Army Advances Procurement Strategy for Software-Defined Radios

Col. Garth Winterle, project manager for tactical radios at program executive office for command, control and communications-tactical, has said the U.S. Army has been advancing an acquisition strategy for software-defined radios, National Defense reported Friday. “Software defined radios allow for less complicated waveform upgrades and do not require costly hardware changes as we incorporate electronic warfare hardening and cyber protection,” Winterle said.

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Rockwell Collins Gets NSA Certification for Software-Defined Communications Tech; Troy Brunk Quoted

Rockwell Collins has secured a Type-1 certification from the National Security Agency for the company’s airborne software-defined radio technology built to allow communication among warfighters in the air and on the ground. The company said Friday the certification confirms the ability of its AN/ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radio to secure the handling of …

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NASA Eyes Use of Cognitive Radio to Address Space Comms Challenges

NASA looks to use cognitive radios to meet increased demand for space data and optimize the efficiency of space communications systems. The agency said Saturday software-defined radios such as cognitive radios apply artificial intelligence to utilize unused but licensed portions of the electromagnetic spectrum without human intervention. Cognitive radios could also address communications …

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Lockheed Deploys 3 of 6 Receivers for Air Force GPS Monitoring Stations; Vinny Sica Comments

Lockheed Martin has delivered three satellite signal receivers to the U.S. Air Force as part of efforts to update the service branch’s global positioning system monitoring stations at six international locations. The company said Monday the Monitor Station Technology Improvement Capability receivers will work to build on the accuracy of GPS satellite signals …

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