ThinkRF Collaborates with Keysight on Spectrum Monitoring and Analysis Solutions

first_imgThe ThinkRF R5500 real-time spectrum analyzer is the first, third-party product to directly connect with the Keysight 89600 VSA software. The combined solution allows government agencies and aerospace and defense firms to make consistent measurements across signals, deployments and applications. The compact, PC-driven, and remotely deployable R5500 allows users to monitor complex waveforms in more locations, while leveraging Keysight’s 89600 VSA, a comprehensive set of software tools for demodulation and vector signal analysis.The combined solution clearly addresses the specific requirements for signals intelligence, wireless intrusion detection and regulatory monitoring by allowing users to get deep and consistent analysis across many different deployment scenarios.The ThinkRF R5500 Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer is built on innovative, highly optimizable, software-defined spectrum analysis technologies. This gives users greater versatility, better performance, and additional capabilities to see the full picture across modern, complex waveforms. Applications such as signals intelligence (SIGINT), technical surveillance counter measures (TSCM), and regulatory monitoring benefit from the cost, size and networkability of the platform. ThinkRF R5500 with 89600 VSA connectivity is available now.last_img read more

US Navy Awards $765 Million IDIQ Contract for Tactical Radios to Harris Corporation

first_imgThe U.S. Navy has awarded Harris Corporation a five-year, $765 million ceiling, single-award IDIQ contract to provide tactical radios and ancillary devices to the Navy and Marine Corps.This new contract, which replaces a $300 million IDIQ contract that expired in August, enables the U.S. Navy to procure radios including the Harris AN/PRC-117G, AN/PRC-152A and the new AN/PRC-160 wideband HF radio, as well as peripheral attachments to support handheld, manpack, vehicular and base station mission needs. Additionally, the contract’s flexibility allows Harris to provide next-generation products as required.last_img read more

Brown fuels Celtics’ win over Warriors

first_img[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-desktop-hide=” av-medium-hide=” av-small-hide=” av-mini-hide=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=”][/av_textblock][av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Brown fuels Celtics’ win over Warriors’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=” av-medium-font-size-title=” av-small-font-size-title=” av-mini-font-size-title=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”][/av_heading] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]BOSTON – Hours before the Celtics took the court on Thursday to protect their winning streak against the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors, Jaylen Brown was walking around in a fog.Boston’s second-year forward was not even thinking about basketball after learning about the sudden death of his childhood best friend, Trevin Steede, on Wednesday night.“It was tough to kind of accept it,” Brown said. “Everybody was kind of in shock.”But after talking to his family and having conversations with Celtics coach Brad Stevens, Brown looked to the basketball court to find solace. The 21-year-old ended up playing one of the best games of his young career.Brown had 22 points and seven rebounds, Kyrie Irving had 11 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter, including two free throws that put Boston ahead in the closing seconds, and the Celtics beat the Warriors 92-88 for their 14th straight victory.Kevin Durant had 24 points for Golden State. The Warriors had won seven in a row.Playing his second game since suffering a facial fracture, Irving shed his protective mask in the second quarter. Then, with the game tied at 88, he was fouled on his layup attempt and calmly made a pair of free throws. Durant then came up empty on his jumper on the other end.Golden State led by as many as 17, but had to lean heavily on its reserves as its trio of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Durant struggled offensively.Curry, who returned to action after missing a game with a bruised right thigh, was the most ineffective. He was 3 of 14 from the field – 2 of 9 from the 3-point line – and had nine points.“It was just one of those nights,” Curry said. “We had control of the game despite how bad we all were shooting. We just didn’t sustain ourselves defensively.”Curry sat for a long stretch after picking up his fourth foul early in the third quarter.“We kind of fell out of our rotation in the third quarter,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “They were just tougher and smarter than we were tonight.”Boston came in limiting opponents to just 94.5 points per game, the stingiest mark in the NBA this season. It did even better against a Warriors team that entered the night averaging an NBA-best 119.6 points.Meanwhile, Brown said of best friend Steede: “He inspired me to come out and play and I played in his spirit.”They met after Brown transferred to Joseph Wheeler High School in Marietta, Georgia.“I remember I didn’t have any friends,” Brown said. “The first few days I sat at the lunch table by myself – I’’m super quiet and didn’t know anybody.”Steede noticed Brown sitting alone one day and told him he could sit with him.“Ever since then we’ve been best friends… He’s been my brother,’ Brown said.He said the circumstances of Steede’s death are still being determined and he declined further comment out of respect for his family. After the final buzzer, Irving walked over and embraced Brown.“Ky gave me the game ball and said, ‘This one was for Trevin,’” Brown said. (AP)[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]last_img read more

MotoGP: Vinales Fastest Overall AGAIN in Phillip Island

first_imgVinales and Marquez the only riders to go under 1 minute 29 seconds Vinales completed 101 laps in Day 3 Major improvements from Dani Pedrosa who placed Thirdcenter_img We’re currently seeing a familiar pattern in the MotoGP pre season testing sessions and that pattern is always Vinales being the fastest of them all. After being the only rider who went under 1 minute 29 seconds in Day 2, he improved by another three tenths in the final day of the #AusTest with a 1:28.549 in his 13th lap of the day.The two boys from Repsol Honda completed the top three positions with Marquez setting a similar time as Vinales in Day 2. Pedrosa made a huge improvement jumping from P17 in Day 2 to the third fastest in Day 3. Although Pedrosa was in P3, he was still almost half second behind the top Movistar Yamaha rider.The first MotoGP rookie who made it into the top five was Jonas Folger from the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 outfit. During his 12th outing at Phillip Island, he set a blistering pace which was only 0.009 behind Dani Pedrosa. Crutchlow from LCR Honda wasn’t too far behind Folger at P5 with a time of 1:29.101.Another MotoGP rookie who made major improvements in Day 3 was Alex Rins (Team SUZUKI ECSTAR). With a time of 1:29.103, he was only 0.002 seconds behind Crutchlow but was ahead of both Ducati riders, Andrea Dovizioso and Jorge Lorenzo. They completed the day at P7 and P8 respectively. Lorenzo made significant progress with an improvement of 0.855 seconds compared to his fastest time in Day 2.Jack Miller (Team EG 0,0 Marc VDS) also improved by half a second in the final day of testing with a time of 1:29.358, putting him in P9. Aleix Espargaro completed the top 10 positions with no significant improvements on his Aprilia RS-GP.The other Movistar Yamaha rider, Valentino Rossi, made no major progress in the last day which puts in him P11, a full 10 positions behind his Spanish team mate. Andrea Iannone (Team SUZUKI ECSTAR) stayed at P12 despite having improved his time by 0.4 seconds as compared to Day 2. Danilo Petrucci (Octo Pramac Racing), Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) and Hector Barbera (Reale Esponsorama Racing) finished off the top 15 riders of Day 3.Looks like there’s a new sheriff in town and his name is Vinales. Maverick Vinales.PHOTO SOURCE: MotoGP–Ads–last_img read more

HTT Siap Operasikan Hyperloop Pada 2020, Akankah Dubai Operasikan Dua Teknologi Maglev?

first_imgSumber: rednewswire.com Setelah menggebrak dunia maya dengan kemajuan terbarunya, yaitu merancang lintasan uji coba di Toulouse, Perancis, kini Hyperloop Transportation Technology (HTT) kembali membuat warganet riuh. Pasalnya, perusahaan yang berbasis di Culver City, California ini mengatakan bahwa dirinya siap memfasilitasi warga Dubai dengan moda transportasi futuristik berbasis tenaga magnetik levitasi (maglev), Hyperloop.Baca Juga: Akhirnya! Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Canangkan Uji Coba Skala PenuhSeperti yang dihimpun KabarPenumpang.com dari sejumlah laman sumber, HTT rencananya akan memulai masa konstruksi pada tahun 2019 dan mulai beroperasi setahun berselang. Demi melancarkan rencananya untuk membangun jaringan Hyperloop, perusahaan yang berdiri para November 2013 ini telah menandatangani nota kesepakatan dengan Aldar Properties PJSC, pengembang yang berdiri di belakang sirkuit balap Yas Island’s Formula 1. “Kesepakatan ini akan menjadi tonggak dasar untuk sistem Hyperloop komersial pertama di dunia, di sini, di Emirat, yang menghubungkan Abu Dhabi ke Al Ain, Dubai, dan Riyadh, Arab Saudi,” ungkap chairman HTT, Bibop Gresta. Nantinya, salah satu ujung tabung Hyperloop ini akan berada di dekat Bandara Internasional Al Maktoum dan salah satu pameran Universal yang diselenggarakan oleh Dubai, Expo 2020. “Dengan dukungan regulasi, kami berharap dapat mulai beroperasi bertepatan dengan Expo 2020,” tandasnya.Dilansir dari sumber terpisah, CEO HTT, Dirk Ahlborn pernah mengatakan bahwa Timur Tengah merupakan lokasi lintasan perdana HTT yang paling potensial. Dengan pernyataan dari Bibop tersebut, seolah semakin mempertegas keseriusan HTT dalam menjadikan Dubai sebagai tanah pertama yang menopang tabung Hyperloop.Baca Juga: Semakin Dekat Realisasi, Virgin Hyperloop One Mulai Pamerkan Pod FuturistiknyaTapi ingatkah Anda tentang rival HTT, Virgin Hyperloop One yang juga menandatangani kontrak kerja sama dengan beberapa pihak terkait pengadaan Hyperloop yang menghubungkan Dubai dan Abu Dhabi. Tidak hanya itu, Virgin Hyperloop One juga memaparkan gambaran jaringan yang menghubungkan kota-kota di hampir seluruh wilayah Timur Tengah, termasuk Kuwait City di Kuwait, Jeddah di Arab Saudi dan Muscat di Oman.“Membangun jaringan Hyperloop yang membentang dari Jeddah ke Riyadh, ke Abu Dhabi, dan ke Dubai merupakan sebuah kesempatan yang menakjubkan. Hal ini berpotensi mengubah skema pengiriman barang, mobilitas warga, dan kami melihat di depannya akan ada banyak perubahan drastis pada perkembangan dan pertumbuhan ekonomi yang terus berlanjut di kawasan ini,” ungkap CEO Virgin Hyperloop One, Rob Lloyd.Jadi, akankah Dubai di masa yang akan datang difasilitasi oleh dua merk penyedia jasa Hyperloop?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedWARR Hyperloop Pertahankan Gelar Juara di Kompetisi Besutan SpaceX Hyperloop26/07/2018In “Darat”Setelah Dubai, Giliran Cina Hadirkan Moda Maglev dari Hyperloop Transportation Technology24/07/2018In “Darat”Akhirnya! Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Canangkan Uji Coba Skala Penuh19/04/2018In “Darat”last_img read more

Katayama falls one stroke back at Asia-Pacific Open

first_imgIBARAKI, OSAKA PREF. – Veteran Shingo Katayama shot a 2-over-par, second-round 73 on Friday as the overnight leader fell a stroke back at the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open.Thailand’s Pariya Junhasavasdikul, who entered the day alone in second trailing Katayama by two strokes, carded three birdies against two bogeys at Osaka Prefecture’s Ibaraki Country Club. Pariya teed off on the 10th hole and needed a birdie on No. 9 to take the lead. Shingo Katayama “I left three or four putts short in my round, so on the last hole my caddy told me that I needed to hole the putt or he will throw me in the water! I thought I had left it short again but luckily it trickled into the hole,” Pariya said.A stroke back of the 40-year-old Katayama in a tie for third at the event co-sanctioned by the JGTO and Asian Tour, are Tetsuji Hiratsuka and 20-year-old Masahiro Kawamura. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img KEYWORDS IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

Yoshida ready to face pressure, overcome jinx in Rio

first_imgRIO DE JANEIRO – There will be more than meets the eye riding on freestyle wrestler Saori Yoshida’s bid for an unprecedented fourth consecutive Olympic title the Rio Games.Not only will the 33-year-old be aiming to achieve victory in what could likely be her swansong, but she has the extra mental pressure of trying to overcome a jinx of Japanese Olympic delegation captains who have not won gold since the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. And whereas Japan used to be a true Olympic powerhouse in freestyle wrestling, with high expectations to dominate the medal standings, the men in particular have fallen on hard times of late after failing to secure any Olympic berths at the 2015 wrestling world championships in Las Vegas.Eventually, they sewed up all six available Olympic spots, five coming at the wrestling world championships last September, with Rio Watari taking the final spot at 75-kg. A hobbled Sosuke Takatani punched his ticket to Rio de Janeiro in the men’s 74-kg freestyle category, with Rei Higuchi (57-kg freestyle), Shinobu Ota (Greco-Roman 59 kg) and Tomohiro Inoue (Greco-Roman 66 kg) all qualifying.Yoshida, who will be aiming to achieve her feat in the women’s 53-kg freestyle class at the competition getting under way at Carioca Arena in Rio’s Barra da Tijuca on Aug. 18, won her third straight gold in the 55-kg class as Japan’s flag-bearer at the 2012 London Games.Now as the first woman from her country to have the honor of being named Olympic delegation captain, she has a golden opportunity to break the hex that has dogged Japan since judoka Toshihiko Koga won the men’s 71-kg gold in Barcelona — a run of five consecutive Olympics in which the delegation captain has not taken home a gold.“I’ll win so we can end this jinx,” Yoshida said recently.With a track record that speaks for itself, including winning gold medals in 16 consecutive world championship and Olympic tournaments, the Mie Prefecture native was an easy choice for the position of delegation captain.Despite being the obvious choice, top Japan Wrestling Federation officials, in fact, had been less than enthusiastic about having their star athlete selected as either flag-bearer or captain because of the pressure involved.Yoshida herself, however, appears more than up for the challenge. Along with Kaori Icho (58 kg freestyle) she is aiming to become the only woman to have won four straight Olympic golds.“It is an extreme honor, and if I were asked about (being named Olympic delegation captain) I would think positively about it,” she said before being chosen with the caveat that her training take precedence over her other commitments.Compared with the past three Olympics, the situation for Yoshida has changed quite a bit. She is older, for one, and although she has maintained her legendary stamina, Yoshida is a marked woman against opponents around the world who have been busy studying video of her every move.“It will definitely be a tough fight,” said Yoshida, who barely scraped through en route to becoming world champion for the 13th time last year as she was unable to capitalize with her trademark tackles.No longer invincible, she had to regroup after losing in international competitions both after the 2008 Beijing Games and the 2012 London Olympics. Her last actual competition before heading to Rio came at the national championships in December last year.To avoid fatigue, she has opted to forgo walking in the opening ceremony on Aug. 5, deciding instead take a different route than in London, where she struggled for fitness after arriving about two weeks before she was scheduled to compete.This time, Yoshida will train in Japan until her departure to Rio on Aug. 10.“I don’t want to have any regrets when I go to the Olympics,” she said. “This might be a culmination of my career or I might end up having to retire without achieving a fourth consecutive win. I am ready for the challenge come what may.”The 32-year-old Icho, meanwhile, will be looking to take advantage of her uncanny ability to control matches and dispose of attacking opponents with counter maneuvers.But although she has won all of the Olympics and world championships she has competed in, there is no denying that she too has the bull’s-eye on her back.This was evident when the 10-time world champion suffered a shock defeat in a technical fall to Mongolian Orkhon Purevdorj at the Golden Grand Prix Ivan Yarygin in Russia in January, bringing a 13-year winning streak to an end.To prepare and regain her form for the Olympics she has trained overseas in Poland and hopes to settle the score against Purevdorj, who has also booked an Olympic berth.All eyes will also be focused on 22-year-old Eri Tosaka (48-kg freestyle class), who is determined to prove her dominance as a three-time world champion in her Olympic debut. The Aichi Prefecture native has a tendency for the dramatic, like when she came from behind to score a point against London Olympic champion Mariya Stadnik of Azerbaijan in the last seconds of the final for victory at the world championships last year.She has also suffered her share of injuries. The proof will be whether she is able to maintain nerves of steel for the quadrennial showcase, which is a heightened competition in every way compared with any international competition she has ever competed in before.The 27-year-old Takatani is being counted on to come through big for the men.The 2014 world silver medalist, who overcame ligament damage in his right knee to gain a berth in Rio, has the benefit of already having taken part at the London Games.He will be aiming to follow in the footsteps of his Takushoku University upperclassman Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu, who became the first Japanese man in 24 years to win a wrestling gold in London. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 KEYWORDScenter_img Saori Yoshida, wrestling, Kaori Icho, Rio Watari, Sosuke Takatani, 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, Rei Higuchi, Tomohiro Inoue, Sosuke Takahashi RELATED PHOTOS Wrestler Saori Yoshida will be seeking her fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal during the Rio Games. | KYODOlast_img read more

NPFL: MFM Managing Bolus’ Exit With “Restructuring” Excuse

first_imgNigeria Professional Football League side MFM FC are still running around circles about the future of Coach Tony Bolus.The gaffer was reportedly laid off after his side lost to Enyimba in Lagos on matchday 18. However, the club had not released a statement about Bolus’ situation as the former was nowhere on the sideline when MFM brought Kano Pillars’ 13-match unbeaten run to a halt with a 3-1 triumph on matchday 19 on Sunday. Coach Edmund was instead on the sidelines dishing out instructions asserting earlier media reports about Bolus’ sack. Read Also: MFM Sack Head Coach Tony BolusWhen Chairman of the club Barrister Davidson Adejewon was fielding questions from journalists after Sunday’s game, he said that Bolus’ future at the club was still under scrutiny and made clear the club had taken a silent stance on the matter for the time being while citing restructuring as the core reason for the club’s position. “At the moment the board has decided that the decision on coach Bolus or coach Edmond is not something to be granted to the press because it still remains an internal issue and until that is sorted out before we can be able to address the press on it,” Adejewon said.“We agree that there are some issues that need to be restructured in the club but that is ongoing and when we through we would be able to tell the press the appropriate position of the club.”He, however, confirmed that coach Edmund will be in interim charge while Bolus’ future is sorted out.MFM are currently sitting in eighth place on the log and will next face Kano Pillars at the Sani Abacha stadium on matchday 20. Relatedlast_img read more

Boyz settled and ready says Simpson

first_imgNational senior men’s football team manager Roy Simpson says that the players are focused and ready to secure League A promotion when they take on Antigua and Barbuda in their Concacaf Nations League match at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua today at 7 p.m. Simpson said that the inconvenience caused by hotel arrangements earlier this week has not affected the team’s mindset or preparations ahead of the match.“I don’t think that it affected the team because what we did, we tried to get the situation resolved as quickly as possible, which was done,” Simpson told The Gleaner yesterday. “I think that allowed the players and everyone to settle in and continue to pursue what we are here to get done.”The team arrived at the Starfish Halcyon Cove Hotel on Monday evening, but the rooms booked for them were not up to standard. Reports were that the rooms had unkempt bathrooms and were infested with mosquitoes. As a result, the technical staff cancelled Tuesday morning’s training session, reportedly due to lack of rest. The team was relocated to the Verandah Resort and Spa, and Simpson said that they recouped the time lost with an afternoon session that day after moving to their new base. They have since then resumed their scheduled training sessions without further setbacks. He said that the technical team is pleased with the performance in training and is confident that they will get the job done.“Based on the observations from my angle and coming out of the meeting with the technical staff, they are satisfied that the players have been doing well in training,” he said. “Everyone is ready and we want to go to get the three points and score more goals against Antigua.” Winning streak Jamaica beat Antigua and Barbuda 6-0 at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on September 6 and have since been on a four-match winning streak in Group C of League B. One of the goalscorers that day, Bobby Reid, returned to the squad after missing the last set of group games due to injury, and Simpson says that he foresees no setbacks that will prevent the Fulham forward from featuring. “The doctor didn’t give us any report of any player having any form of injury that would have sidelined them for the game,” Simpson said. “So I think Bobby is ready, fit to play, and based on what I saw yesterday morning, I would not be surprised if he starts.”Jamaica sit atop the group with 12 points and require only one point to ensure promotion to League A as well as automatic qualification to the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup. The fixture is also critical to maintain the country’s top-six position in the region, which will ensure passage to the FIFA World Cup Qualifying final round, to begin next year.last_img read more

Submit your fan content from Kenilworth Road

first_imgWe want to hear from you so submit your photos and videos on your day out and the best of the bunch will be shared across our channels.The new SUBMIT and FAN ZONE sections are just two of the new features in the app which brings supporters closer than ever to the club. The new feature enables fans to upload their own Robins-relevant content at the click of a button.The new app went live last week and also features:Personalised news feed with picture and video galleries for City, City Women, Academy and Robins FoundationPush notifications for stories, video and the City Match CentreAccess to all Robins TV, including live video and audio streaming on matchdaysFull fixtures and results sectionBuy tickets facilityBuy from the City ShopAugmented Reality content (home matchdays only, with the official City matchday programme)No new registration for the App is needed. Just log-in with your Bristol Sport Club Account and experience City like never before.To download the new app just head to the Apple or Google Store now – links below. Users of the previous app should delete the old version.IOS DOWNLOAD HEREANDROID DOWNLOAD HERElast_img read more