Application Briefs: Communications
Thrusters Support Communications Satellite Launch

Monopropellant (hydrazine) thrusters
Aerojet Rocketdyne
Sacramento, CA

Aerojet Rocketdyne, a GenCorp company, played a vital role in...

Application Briefs: Communications
NASA Uses Emergency Notification System to Communicate With Personnel

The Communicator!® NXT™ emergency notification system
Cassidian Communications (an EADS North America company)
Temecula, CA

Application Briefs: Communications
Emergency Notification System Enables Coordinated Communication Across Facilities

The Communicator! NXT emergency
notification system
PlantCML, an EADS North America company
Franklin, TN

Application Briefs: Communications
Equipment Enables Communications in Hazardous Locations

DICES Subsystem Multiplexer (Sub-MUX) communications equipment
Quintron Systems
Santa Maria, CA

NASA is installing Quintron’s...

Application Briefs: Communications
Communications System Supports the Ames Airspace Operations Lab

Voice-over-IP communications system
Santa Maria, CA

Quintron was selected by NASA’s Ames Research Center (ARC)...

Application Briefs: Communications
Communications Systems Support NASA’s Unmanned Aircraft

Communications systems and support equipment
L-3 Communications Corp.
Communications Systems West
Salt Lake City, UT

Application Briefs: Communications
Communications and Tracking Services Support Near-Earth Missions

Telemetry, tracking, and command services
ITT Corporation
White Plains, NY

ITT Corporation has been selected by the NASA...

Application Briefs: Communications
System Provides Critical Communications Among Stennis Rocket Test Team Members

Subsystem Multiplexer (Sub-MUX)
Quintron Systems
Santa Maria, CA

NASA has awarded Quintron Systems an...

Application Briefs: Aerospace
Software-Defined Radio Software Aids Development of Space Telecommunications

NASA’s John Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, OH, has chosen the Green Hills Platform for Software Defined Radio (SDR) — with Spectrum Signal’s flexComm™ SDR-...

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