3/29/2004 - AMREL Corporation has recently announced MIL-STD 461E certification for their Patriot I and Patriot IV, fully rugged notebook and tablet computers. Meeting MIL-STD 461E’s stringent testing requirements ensure that the Patriot Computers are resistant to electromagnetic emissions by military equipment commonly used in the field.
Radio frequencies emitting from antenna transmissions frequently interfere with mission critical operations. Under the MIL-STD 461E requirements, the Patriot I and IV are fully capable of safeguarding against these extreme exposures to powerful transmitters that cause computing instability, as well as keeping the Patriot’s electromagnetic emissions to a minimum, which could prevent interference with highly sensitive military receivers.
The Military has become increasingly aware of the potential danger of electromagnetic interference during mission critical field operations and the importance of deploying equipment developed to resist such interference. AMREL’s decision to offer certification for their Patriot I and IV was spearheaded as a result to the military’s increased concern. AMREL believes their decision resulted in developing a more effective military computer and once again demonstrates their ongoing effort to meet their customers’ needs through AMREL’s “Customizable” COTS program.
Joe Engler, President of S.Y.I.P. has published a white paper on MIL-STD 461E which is available for downloading at ARI’s website. AMREL products include the ROCKY line of fully, rugged mobile computer systems, programmable power products, and telecommunication test equipment. Visit www.amrel.com for further details.
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