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EMP Protection for the Defense Market

Aug. 23, 2016
Sponsored by HUBER+SUHNER
Electronics are a key factor in military battlefield success today. Electronic warfare includes all measures to maintain friendly operations and disturb hostile ones. Electromagnetic energy is employed for many important supporting activities like communications, navigation, detection, identification, interception and reconnaissance. But it is also used in excess to destroy ("burnout") or at least degrade ("up-set") hostile electronic equipment, which can be achieved without any casualties.  Therefore, all electronics must be protected ("hardened") against such electronic warfare attacks.  HUBER+SUHNER presents numerous tailored protection solutions for coaxial lines which were developed over the last 36 years. Furthermore, you will find useful information on specifications, standards, approvals and internet links.

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