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Meeting the power needs of intelligent munitions
Gaia Converter has expanded its military and aerospace power systems offerings with the PSDG-48 series...
Electronics for U - Military And Aerospace Power Supplies
Gaia Converter has expanded its military and aerospace power systems offerings with the PSDG-48 series...
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DC-DC Conversion for Auxiliary Power in Hi-Rel Military Vetronics Applications
Increasingly, military vehicles are provisioned with electronics for control, communications, navigation...
With its DNA in avionics, GAIA Converter is leading the charge in providing OEMs worldwide with high-reliability modular...
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Best brands of electronics - INTERVIEW mit John Imaz, Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Gaia Converter ist ein Marktführer im Bereich hochzuverlässiger Stromversorgungen. Wir sprachen mit John...
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Meeting Rail Equipment Power Challenges with Wide-Input Modular DC-DC Converters
DC-DC converters used in onboard rail applications must meet challenging electrical supply and environmental...
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Enabling aircraft electrification to take off with efficient three-phase power conversion
Aircraft control and auxiliary functions have always incorporated a mix of technologies.
Controlling Conducted Noise in Military-Grade DC-DC Switching Power Supplies using Multiphase Synchronisation Techniques
Switching DC-DC converters in military applications must meet stringent standards for limits on conducted...
Optimizing DC-DC Converter Design to Maximize Efficiency in More Electric Aircraft Applications
DC-DC converters are critical to the ongoing transition toward More Electric Aircraft (MEA), where electric...
DC-DC Converters How to Simplify Power Design with Modular Architectures
The design of complex, high-power DC-to-DC converter architectures poses some challenges to engineers...