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Low-Earth Orbit Satellites: Risk and Reward

September 9, 2020

The race is on. Can you feel it? Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites are igniting a new space race. Companies across the globe are aggressively making moves to launch LEO satellites to join the nearly 2,700 satellites currently in low orbit....

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Wireless Industry Surges during Pandemic

August 28, 2020

The global pandemic has wreaked havoc on a wide range of industries. Interestingly, one sector is thriving during the pandemic—wireless. In fact, “U.S. wireless networks experienced a 20-percent increase in mobile voice and data traffic” since the start of the...

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Automotive EMI/EMC Testing in the Bay Area Shifts into High Gear

August 24, 2020

Today’s vehicles are more reliant on electronic components and assemblies than ever before. That’s why vehicle manufacturers, OEM part makers, and related businesses are in greater need of automotive electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing services. With a...

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CAD/FEA Modeling for Direct and Indirect Effects Lightning Reduces Test Costs and Time

June 3, 2020

Finite element analysis allows the performance of complex simulations that accurately model the interaction of lightning with a variety of aircraft and avionics components. With 28 labs in North America, including a Lightning Center of Excellence, customers can get easy...

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Aerodynamic Heating for Simulated Hypersonic Flight

March 12, 2020

The development of a hypersonic defense weapon system is critical to national security—and you’re at the forefront of this effort. But how do you ensure hypersonic projectiles perform as intended in extreme environments? The answer is found in complex testing....

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Concussion Science Is Changing the Game: How New Helmet Design and Testing Can Protect Athletes from Brain Injury

January 28, 2020

Sport-related concussions affect athletes of all ages. According to the American Academy of Neurology, up to 3.8 million people experience sports-related concussions annually in the United States. This is particularly alarming among young athletes as 283,000 kids visit the emergency...

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Testing New Helmet Tech on Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland

November 27, 2019

Concussions are a major issue in professional sports, particularly football. Enter AES R&D, a company that is introducing a new helmet design that uses an outer shell to absorb impact differently than traditional helmets. The helmet is called ARK—and it...

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NTS Thought Leaders Lead Workshops at EMC Europe in Barcelona

October 24, 2019

NTS’s industry-leading EMC expertise was in the spotlight at the European Conference on Electromagnetic Compatibility in Barcelona during the 2nd and 6th of September, 2019. NTS’s own Chief Electrical Engineer, Jeff Viel, chaired a workshop on “High Intensity Radiated Field...

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A Quick Guide to Expediting Your Equipment Under Test from NTS Rustburg

June 24, 2019

There is only one commercial site in the United States that can provide global solutions capabilities for all Navy equipment qualification testing, as well as extensive test and qualification capabilities for ground, avionics, and space applications. This test site is...

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How Do Satellites Withstand the Harsh Conditions in Space?

June 17, 2019

Have you ever looked up at night and seen a shining object moving quickly across the sky? It’s too small and too fast to be an airplane, and not quite bright enough to be a meteor, but what is it?...

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