Aerospace & Defense Technology

June 2024

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Digital Twins

Digital Twinning and Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information

Aerospace Manufacturing

Aitiip Integrates Freeform Injection Molding to Lower Weight and Reduce Production Costs

Lasers & Optics

Image Sensors and Cameras Based on Colloidal Quantum Dots for Defense Applications

SpaceVPX

How SpaceVPX is Influencing the Design of Next Generation Spacecraft Avionics

RF & Microwave Technology

Pioneering Space Communication with Terrestrial Know-How

NASA’s Optical Communications Demo Transmits Data Over 140 Million Miles

TECH BRIEFS

  • NRL Research Physicists Explore Fiber Optic Computing Using Distributed Feedback
  • A New Approach to Assessing the Quality of Aerospace Components
  • New Research on Noise Reduction for Next Generation Aircraft Engines
  • ‘Nanostitches’ Enable Lighter and Tougher Composite Materials

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Aerospace & Defense Technology is born from the blending of two great current publications—Defense Tech Briefs and Aerospace Engineering. It brings together the latest advances from the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, and other major industry leaders. Aerospace & Defense Technology is the largest-circulation engineering magazine for the commercial and military aerospace market, serving more than 100,000 design engineers and managers worldwide through its print and digital editions.
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