This white paper is the third in the series of four related white papers on data-at-rest (DAR) and discusses the NSA program known as Type 1 encryption, which is a government off-the-shelf (GOTS) option.
This white paper explores the different cybersecurity solutions, tools, and processes available to protect sensitive data on avionics systems and establish secure communications on airborne commercial and military platforms.
Data-in-motion, also referred to as data-in-transit, is the digital information transferred between locations either within or between network computer systems.
This white paper looks at the early developments in electromagnetic theory and electronics (1800s to 1960s) and the modern era of electronics (1960s to present), and discusses the current technologies finding their way into modern transmitters.
This paper discusses some of the challenges imposed on FTI, both at the hardware and software levels, by these various standards and highlights how these may be addressed.
This white paper reviews popular processor architectures to help you make an informed decision when defining your electronics payload.
This white paper explores the performance and SWaP benefits of multicore processors, as well as their challenges in safety-critical applications and how to overcome them.
To support the demand for Internet access by smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices, the U.S. Government auction for airwaves saw the standard telemetry frequency bands reassigned for mobile broadband use but transition to C-band in the United States has been slow.
There is increasing demand for high-quality HD video for airborne applications such as flight test instrumentation (FTI). Ideally, new HD cameras can reduce the weight and difficulty of installing wiring, and enable data to be coherently combined with images through built-in compression.
Rugged mission display manufacturer white paper on characteristics of rugged display products including PCAP touchscreens, rugged touchscreen displays used for military applications.