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Adding RF & Optical Capability Via VITA 65 and SOSA for Radar, Electronic Warfare, and Other Mission Critical Military Applications

December 26, 2019

The addition of apertures to the VITA 65 slot profiles has created a revolution in the types of available products, namely simplifying the configuration of the chassis and improving reliability. The flexible arrangements of contacts enabled by VITA 65 will help defense system integrators reduce size, weight, and power (SWaP) and improve interoperability. The strong ecosystem behind VITA 65 and the part it plays in the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) environment will also make technology refreshes more efficient, helping lower long-term life cycle costs for warfighter systems such as radar and electronic warfare. 

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