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Inflight MUOS testing completed for ARC-210 SDR - News

November 21, 2013
SAN DIEGO. Rockwell Collins and Lockheed Martin engineers completed airborne testing of the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) and the new Wideband Code Divisional Multiple Access (WCDMA) waveform leveraging the latest version of the Rockwell Collins ARC-210 airborne software defined radio (SDR). Rockwell Collins made the announcement at the MILCOM show in San Diego this week.

Army Special Operations helicopter pilots to use synthetic vision from Rockwell Collins to navigate degraded environments - News

November 05, 2013
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. Rockwell Collins won the first of three phases in a U.S. Army program to develop the Degraded Visual Environment Pilotage System (DVEPS) for the Army’s Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR) helicopters. Rockwell Collins's synthetic vision technology, used in business jet cockpits, will enhance the SOAR pilots' situational awareness in degraded environments. The program goal is to develop, qualify, and field a DVE solution can by 2018.

First Canadian CH-147 Chinook uses glass cockpit from Rockwell Collins - News

October 10, 2013
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. The first CH-147 Chinook helicopter for Canada's armed forces features a Common Avionics Architecture System (CAAS) cockpit from Rockwell Collins. Its configuration has an enhanced system architecture and custom pilot-vehicle interface that meets the Canadian DND certification requirements.

Ground sensor network designed by Rockwell Collins for Australian military - News

September 24, 2013
SYDNEY, Australia. Officials at the Australian Defence Forces tasked Rockwell Collins engineers to provide the Patrol Persistent Surveillance System (PPSS) -- made up of imaging, sound, and vibration sensors -- to enable constant monitoring of threats targeting military bases, forward observation posts, and other secure facilities.

Rockwell Collins selling Kaiser Optical Systems to Endress+Hauser - News

September 04, 2013
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. Rockwell Collins, Inc. is selling its subsidiary, Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc., which produces spectrographic instrumentation and applied holographic technology and is based in in Ann Arbor, MI, to Endress+Hauser. Terms of the agreement were undisclosed. The sale is expected to be completed by early fiscal 2014 and then is subject to customary closing conditions.

RQ-11B Raven UAS navigates using Rockwell Collins GB-GRAM-M GPS receiver - News

August 14, 2013
WASHINGTON. Rockwell Collins announced at the 2013 Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) conference testing of the Rockwell Collins GB-GRAM-M GPS receiver cards integrated with the RQ-11B Raven Unmanned Aerial System (UAS). This is the first time any UAS has used live Military code (M-code) signals to pilot accurately.

ARC-210 airborne radio demonstrates MUOS satellite signal reception in Rockwell Collins tests - News

July 08, 2013
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. The ARC-210 advanced networking airborne V/UHF radio from Rockwell Collins received its first Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite signal during a series of tests held at the company's Poway, CA, facility.