Integrated Circuit

  • AT&T has signed a $49.5 million contract with the U.S. Navy for modifications to its Enhanced Modular Signal Processor (EMSP). The modifications include the development of a water-cooled enclosure for subma- rines and a new helicopter enclosure.

    Other modifications include the development of new circuit card modules, custom integrated circuits (ASICs), and additional software development.

    Built to the Navy's Standard Electronic Module Format E (SEM E) specifications, the EMSP is being tailored to user needs under the Acoustics Systems Integration Program (ASIP) to further enhance antisubmarine capabilities of Navy submarines, helicopters and surface ships.

    Long a Navy standard, the EMSP, built by AT&T to support a fleetwide upgrade of ASW systems, will give the Navy a much needed edge in locating submarines that are increasingly quiet and therefore difficult to detect.

    The new EMSP contract will be managed at AT&T Federal Systems' Guilford Center facility near Greensboro, N.C., with design and engineering support from AT&T Bell Laboratories in Whippany, N.J.

  • of operating features like dual VRMs and EBLs, audible and visual alarm zone, on-screen target plot, and Furuno's exclusive low-noise microwave integrated circuit design for long life and improved performance. Maximum range is 96 n.m. and there is built-in provision for the new RP-1 navigation plotter

  • transmitter output capability and a receiver design that assures crisp signals even in congested harbors. "The 8080 is U.S.-built with integrated circuit technology and corrosion-resistant materials to withstand the most rugged marine conditions," Mr. Campbell said. "The unit is ideal for commercial

  • , grounding and display. The silver chloride sensing electrode recognized for its high accuracy, stability and 20 year life is coupled with integrated circuit control. This control detects wiring faults as well as protecting the silver electrode during power off conditions. Sacrificial anodes that

  • .m. Standard features include Electronic Variable Range Marker, Electronic Bearing Line, Guard Zone, alarms, Furuno's low noise custom microwave integrated circuit receiver design, and a new 4-inch aerodynamic open antenna array. The FR-8030D operates from a built-in 10.2-40 VDC power supply and requires

  • Literature Available Line isolation monitoring (LIM) has proven to be extremely effective in reducing costly downtime from overload in isolated power systems. Bender, Incorporated of Haverford, Pa., has developed a system said to be ideal for dc power supplies on offshore platforms and other

  • . When memory freeze is released, the continually updated LOPs are displayed. The CR-20 Loran A has modular plug-in circuit boards and fully integrated circuitry for greater dependability and reduced maintenance costs. Optional accessories include compact remote dual display unit, specially tuned whip

  • , Va., has announced the development of a centralized power-line protection system for shipboard electronics. It is the industry's first comprehensive, integrated package for protection of a ship's total electronics suite against harmful voltage surges and electromagnetic interference (EMI). Puroflow's

  • and expand its products and services to the marine market. First, SPD is seeking to acquire new lines of military hardware that fit with its totally integrated manufacturing framework. "We're talking to companies with relatively significant product lines, up to $30 million or so, which simply don't

  • leakage currents as low as 10mA in fixed installations. The monitoring of off-line equipment such as motors and generators can now be successfully integrated into an overall ground fault detection strategy. Sensitivity at the multi-megohm level provides an early indication of a developing fault. Costly

  • SPD Technologies recently announced that it will offer three seminars on electrical power circuit breakers designed to increase the understanding of circuit breakers and provide valuable application information. SPD Technologies and its predecessor companies have been engaged in the supply and

  • While the advent and advantages of an integrated bridge are more closely associated with big ships and the blue water market, Litton Marine Systems has developed and is offering a comprehensive bridge designed for installation on river dwelling vessels. In fact, the manufacturer recently announced

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    features an industry plier of underwater technology systems, systems. MERMAC A LARS solutions unique extra skid joint which allows the products and integrated solutions. can be designed as portable or ? xed sys- frame to fold at an extreme angle to en- The MacArtney portfolio of supplies tems and form

  • MT Apr-19#56  research and exploration,  integrated subsea imaging system)
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    Cathx Ocean have manufactured camera systems. Target applications what it claims is the world’s ? rst fully include ocean research and exploration, integrated subsea imaging system. The environmental monitoring, port security, company’s multidisciplinary engineer- Photo: ROS and seabed mapping and surveys

  • MT Apr-19#37  gold and diamonds near- an integrated virtual environment)
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    Hawaii, although Portugal, it seems, is at the forefront of commercialization. By William Stoichevski part from dredging up gold and diamonds near- an integrated virtual environment for the human operators shore, underwater mining is about two activities: and supervisors,” Martins says, before con? rming

  • MT Apr-19#35  on how the sensors are integrated, how they talk to  a)
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    . But ing survey and inspection vehicle,” says Ward. “We have those customers who have embraced this HAUV, that require focused on how the sensors are integrated, how they talk to a slightly different approach to tackling GVI, have reaped the each other, mission software and we are now moving into ar- bene

  • MT Apr-19#33 AUVs in the market are not actually that autonomous;)
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    AUVs in the market are not actually that autonomous; often from a quayside at a lake close to Saab’s Facility in Sweden the vessel needs to track the vehicle during a scope, which, in to perform a “mow the lawn” style pre-programmed survey our eyes, defeated the object of the autonomous feature.”

  • MT Apr-19#28  systems development will be integrated into operations  there)
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    second phase of virtual residency, communication and ro- The future of the subsea industry is uncertain for all, but botic systems development will be integrated into operations there are a growing number of companies who are pressing to enable vehicle delivery to site ef? ciently and safely. ahead, laser

  • MT Apr-19#5  cell system features an 
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integrated balance-of-plant (BoP))
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    with pure oxygen and includes design aspects 3 generated through years of experience with this technology. The fuel cell system features an 1 integrated balance-of-plant (BoP) with ejector driven reactant (EDR) technology for reactant recirculation. The BoP allows the fuel cell stack 3 to be fed

  • MT May-19#60   remote monitoring solution integrated in 
Technical Commission)
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    . oped as per the relevant standards and and dif? cult-to-navigate waters and the recommendations of the RTCM (Radio remote monitoring solution integrated in Technical Commission of Maritime all Sabik Marine products is being used For further information visit Services), IALA (International Asso-

  • MT May-19#57  use with small  features the Integrated CommBox Mo-
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    websites: tions, the MVP is suitable for use in any tudes. In addition, the antenna system situation including its use with small features the Integrated CommBox Mo- www.cathxocean.com vessels and large ships, and in coastal dem (ICM), a streamlined belowdecks www.inmarsat.com projects, hydrographic

  • MT May-19#56  long-duration data logging, 
integrated 32-bit microcontroller)
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    brings together low-power ments over an RS422 interface and an ef? ciency of underwater navigation for electronics, long-duration data logging, integrated 32-bit microcontroller that divers through innovations in acous- subsea data processing, and acoustic te- provides ? exibility in the con? gura-

  • MT May-19#40  out from the ?  eld 
or integrated with legacy WEC systems)
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    to increase energy recovery rates Its developers promise it 2012 by an order of magnitude as stand-alone units will stand out from the ? eld or integrated with legacy WEC systems. The Patent Owner The SurfWEC system is also designed to Stevens Institute of Technology and perform where others avoid

  • MT May-19#17 ological composition as well as mineral distributions)
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    ological composition as well as mineral distributions,” said volved studies of methane cycling. Hydrothermal ? uids and Dr. Joye. “This is an amazing natural laboratory to document gas plume samples all contained highly elevated concentra- incredible organisms and better understand how they survive

  • MT May-19#15  framework for highly integrated systems across all brands)
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    | AUTONOMY | UI | INTEGRATION ® The OPENSEA operating platform provides a fully-distributed, open architecture software framework for highly integrated systems across all brands of sensors, devices, and equipment while cutting-edge technologies for navigation and autonomy elevate system intelligence

  • MT May-19#11  cell system features an 
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integrated balance-of-plant (BoP))
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    with pure oxygen and includes design aspects 3 generated through years of experience with this technology. The fuel cell system features an 1 integrated balance-of-plant (BoP) with ejector driven reactant (EDR) technology for reactant recirculation. The BoP allows the fuel cell stack 3 to be fed

  • MT May-19#8  prod-
OR probes can be integrated and de- ucts, new and)
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    at 12VDC input, ac- gration. BRIDGE is a platform that cording to their manufacturer C-FLU- will become the base for future prod- OR probes can be integrated and de- ucts, new and advanced features and ployed for much longer intervals than third-party integrations by Deep Trek- previously possible with

  • MR May-19#88  
system built around an integrated touch screen-
element)
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    to extending the life cy- behavior and ef? ciency. cle of engines: E-Pulse. E-Pulse is a new control The water-tight rolling system built around an integrated touch screen- element bearings require operated local operating panel, main control cabi- neither re-lubrication net and junction box microprocessor

  • MR May-19#86  lighting, and 
hydrophones integrated into the keel retrans-
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    under- water world via two portholes in the form of a cetaceous eye looking out on to the sea bed, non-intrusive underwater lighting, and hydrophones integrated into the keel retrans- mitting the natural symphony of the deep water, as well as Le Bougainville has started its ? rst sailing from Malaga,

  • MR May-19#80  of owners con-
issues when integrated with the vessel’s  sidered)
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    power capacity, and board-acceptance testing was conducted. • Equipment installation and design Finally, only about 40% of owners con- issues when integrated with the vessel’s sidered their systems to be ‘user friend- machinery and piping systems ly,’ a measure that spoke volumes about the industry’s

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BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE
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    B BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE William Burroughs William is a Senior Principal Engineer at ABS responsible for promoting environmental related services and providing guidance in support of international, national and regional marine environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience

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EMISSION REDUCTION: TECHNOLOGY REPORT
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    E EMISSION REDUCTION: TECHNOLOGY REPORT Jon Holloway & Jim Lerner Jon Holloway (left) is the Head of Strategy for Danfoss Power Solutions, based in Hamburg, Germany. Jim Lerner (right) is Vice President of Sales, Eastern US, for Danfoss Drives in Houston, Texas. Preparing for IMO 2020: Marine Emission

  • MR May-19#70  proce-
through a fully integrated hydro-me- projected)
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    so optimal engine ef- fuel ef? ciency and vessel performance ? ciency can be achieved, leading to a to a technical testing proce- through a fully integrated hydro-me- projected fuel savings of 15% to 20%. dure, is only applicable if the vessel crosses over into an- other Captain of the Port Zone within

  • MR May-19#42 GREEN MARINE • Batteries & Hybrids
New shore routine:)
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    GREEN MARINE • Batteries & Hybrids New shore routine: zero- emissions planning covers battery and service contain- ers, or backs, exchanged quayside. Image: NCE Maritime CleanTech thority in coastal town Haugesund that rows of batteries stacked aboard an out- concept envisages a novel exchange of too

  • MR May-19#35  engine  “We offer a fully integrated complete  Operation)
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    liquid and gaseous fuels. head provides full redundancy. cally be lost in the space provided during The ME-GI (Gas Injection) engine “We offer a fully integrated complete Operation with low-sulfur fuel (LSFO) the construction of the ship. has already established a new indus- solution. In addition to the

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being combined and integrated as a ?  n-
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    , although they will receive training from NAS and, or Nordic Unmanned and FLIR. “This drone is the ? rst of its kind that’s being combined and integrated as a ? n- ished package,” NAS operations leader, Joachim Hovland, was quoted by stately www.marinelink.com 31 MR #5 (26-33).indd 31 5/2/2019