DDC Receives 6th Consecutive 3-Star Supplier Excellence Award from Raytheon's SAS (Space and Airborne Systems) division for meeting demanding standards for quality and customer satisfaction.
The BU-67210T now offers enhanced triggering capability making it a highly adaptable solution for production test labs.
Posted by Data Device Corporation | Category: Avionic Digital Radio Transceiver | Dual Transformers | Military Satellite Communications | Satellite Communication Solutions | Satellite Communications Services | 10/05/2013 - 03:07:44
Data Device Corporation have released the latest development in transceiver/transformer devices in the new radiation tolerant 'SPACE-PHY +5V'.
The AceXtreme® Bridge Device from Data Device Corporation has been designed to provide real-time translation of avionics messages in any direction, in absence of a host computer.
The Data Device Corporation and TechSAT are to collaborate on developing AFDX®/ARINC 664 data bus solutions. The solution will offer easy integration and off-the-self compliant qualities
DDC present integrity support for its highly reliable and rugged four channel MIL-STD1553 PMC Card. The card sports a durable, shock absorbing design and is field tested for the utmost performance
DDC have developed a free downloadable software utility that will enable you to port SBS PASS 3200 data and setup files into dataSIM bus analyzer software. This means that users will be able to upgrade outdated SBS cards a lot easier
DDC unveil their next generation solid state power controllers, featuring an improved interface to reduce bus traffic and advanced digital control functionality. The card provides efficient power management for high performance
DDC unveil their specialist BU-67112 XMC Card, specially designed for aerospace applications. Produced to military standard, the card benefits from low power consumption and high channel count
DDC introduce their new components, the Micro-ACE TE and Total-ACE, designed for extended temperature range applications. The components benefit from low power consumption and small footprints