June 1, 2011 Defense Tech Briefs - June 2011 Here are links to this issue's Features, Tech Briefs, Products and more. You can download the complete issue, LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Don't have an account? Sign up here. Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Inside this issue Supplements Features Application Briefs Partnership Begins on Maintenance-Support Docking Station Projectors Enhance US Army Flight Simulations Low-Voltage Platform Powers US Army's Fuel Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator (FED) Products High-Performance FPGAs Tech Transfer Reports Miniaturized Rad-Hard System Reduces Electronics Footprint A Faster Plasma Limiter for Communication Network Defenses Feature Articles Automating Radiation Effects Mitigation with FPGA Synthesis Designing COTS Optics Into Defense Projects Thermal Management Techniques for Military Embedded Computers Tech Briefs Physical Sciences Disposable Chemical Sensor and Wireless Communication Device Manufacturing & Prototyping Fabrication of Transparent Carbon Nanotube Films for OLED Applications Software Environmental Awareness of Sensor and Emitter Employment Materials Optical Properties of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Mats for Photonic Applications Ultraviolet Polymerization of Hydrodynamically Shaped Fibers Information Sciences 360-Degree Visual Detection and Target Tracking on an Autonomous Surface Vehicle Embedded Technology LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Products Rugged COTS Military Computers 16-Bit Data Acquisition Board SUMIT-micro™ Expansion Modules X Capacitor Discharge ICs Desktop PCB Prototyping System Dot-Matrix Driver Onboard Test Control Agile Development Framework Voltage Regulator Online Design Tool 3U Rugged Conduction-Cooled Enclosure Articles Applying OpenVPX to Single Board Computers Using Static Analysis and Code Verification to Improve Embedded Software RF & Microwave Technology LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD Subscribe to future issues. SUBSCRIBE Products Keeping Pace With Military Radio and SDR Technology Applications Measuring Radar Cross Section with Handheld VNAs View the discussion thread.