BAE Systems Selects VMETRO's Processing Solutions for ARL COMINT

1/24/2006 - VMETRO has received a contract to supply digital signal processing boards to BAE Systems in Nashua, NH for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low (ARL) Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Upgrade program, a two-year effort to provide an upgraded COMINT capability to the US Army ARL fleet. VMETRO's Phoenix VPF1 Dual PowerPC, Dual Virtex-II Pro FPGA VME/VXS Digital Signal Processors and PMC-FPGA02 Xilinx Virtex-II FPGA PMC Modules will be contained within the system provided to the Army for installation aboard the ARL platform. The VPF1 and PMC-FPGA02 boards will run the signal processing algorithm as well as perform real-time processing of the sensor data. This initial contract is valued at approximately $850K. Along with this award, this design is being included in similar future programs as part of BAE Systems' common platform initiative.

VMETRO offers products and services that enable clients to build superior high-end digital processing, recording and sensor I/O systems for their customers, on time! The products are based on open standards like VXS, VME, PCI, cPCI and RACEway. Founded in 1986, VMETRO is the world's largest manufacturer of bus analyzers for standard buses such as VME and PCI. VMETRO also offers an extensive line of high-performance signal processing solutions, real-time data recorders, PMC I/O controllers and modules for real-time data processing, acquisition and networking. VMETRO merged with Transtech DSP Ltd in October 2004, adding a powerful range of signal processing products to the VMETRO product range. VMETRO is traded on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE:VME).

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