GD Introduces New System For Airborne Acoustic Processing

May 2013
Defense Daily;5/13/2013, Vol. 258 Issue 32, p8
Market Research Report
Product Review
The article offers information on UYS-505 system, a next generation system for airborne acoustic processing to enhance capability to detect deep and coastal water threats, has been developed by General Dynamics.


Related Articles

  • DSP boost performance. Santoni, Andy // InfoWorld;10/27/97, Vol. 19 Issue 43, p48 

    Reports on the efforts of digital signal processor vendors to improve the performance of their products. Texas Instruments' use of 0.18-micron design rules in a floating-point central processing unit core; Implementation by Billions of Operations Per Second inc. of a scalable architecture...

  • Digital-signal processors offer benefits to PC manufacturers and users alike. Gunnerson, Gary // PC Week;9/20/93, Vol. 10 Issue 37, p100 

    Opinion. Comments on digital-signal processors (DSPs). Offering hope for inexpensive multimedia and communication capabilities within personal computers; Need to include DSPs in computer manufacturers' systems designs; Benefits; Providing software-upgradable modems; Computer owners to receive...

  • Ask Dr. Internet. Blass, Steve // Network World;3/18/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p31 

    Examines the method of basic voice-over-IP encoding. Use of specialized digital signal processors; Utilization of pulse code modulation; Details on the bandwidth requirements on Internet voice-over-IP solutions.

  • General Dynamics alters marketing as Europeans focus on F-16 upgrades.  // Aviation Week & Space Technology;2/13/1989, Vol. 130 Issue 7, p57 

    Report that General Dynamics is responding to a shift in European interest in upgrading existing F-16 fleets and moving its marketing efforts away from the new Agile Falcon derivative fighter and offering an update option for older F-16s. Options; Negotiations.

  • Belgium will use equipment provided under offset pact to expand industry.  // Aviation Week & Space Technology;2/13/1989, Vol. 130 Issue 7, p57 

    Discusses an F-16 sales offset agreement between General Dynamics and Societe Anonyme Belge De Constructions Aeronautiques (Sabca). New manufacturing equipment will be delivered to a new Sabca facility in Belgium, and General Dynamics will buy aircraft parts made there.

  • General Dynamics settlement. Cimini, Michael H. // Monthly Labor Review;Feb91, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p41 

    Presents highlights of a new three-year agreement between General Dynamics Corp. and negotiators for the Machinists union. Wage increases; Pensions; Benefits; Other terms.

  • The price of peace. Wright, L. // Texas Monthly;Feb90, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p94 

    Discusses the ways in which the end of the cold war is expected to affect General Dynamics, one of America's premier defense contractors, with a division in Fort Worth. The GD culture; Products; History of the company; Participation in corruption; Concentration on defense business; Nonmilitary...

  • Layoffs ahead at General Dynamics.  // Crain's Detroit Business;8/30/93, Vol. 9 Issue 35, p1 

    Reports on General Dynamics Land Systems Division in Sterling Heights, Detroit, Michigan's plan of laying off 700 employees nationwide in October 1993. General Dynamics as a tank and armored vehicle maker; Impact of cutbacks in military spending.

  • General Dynamics investigation.  // Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/29/1985, Vol. 122 Issue 17, p44 

    The Defense Department Criminal Investigative Service is looking into charges that General Dynamics Corp. provided illegal gratuities to various senior Defense Department officials who allegedly attended social events as guests of General Dynamics and other Defense Department contractors. There...

  • Navy suspends General Dynamics contracts.  // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/27/1985, Vol. 122 Issue 19, p26 

    Navy Secretary John F. Lehman Jr., last week suspended all new military contracts with General Dynamics Corp's Electric Boat and Pomona divisions until the company adopts a `rigorous code of ethics' and settles about $75 million in outstanding overhead disputes with the Navy. INSET: Lewis will...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics