GAMIC to unveil newly developed intermediate frequency digitizer for nautical applications

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Developed for use by Applied Physical Sciences (APS), a subsidiary of US aerospace and defense firm General Dynamics, GAMIC will unveil its new 500 MHz Intermediate Frequency Digitizer (IFD) at this year’s Meteorological Technology World Expo in Amsterdam. The IFD is intended for high-resolution applications in APS’s FutureWaves system, a Sea Wave and Vessel Motion Forecasting System. Visitors will also be able to view the latest Doppler weather radar technology including the GMWR X-Band Doppler Weather Radar, a cost-effective, full weather solution developed for use by national weather agencies, airports, the armed forces, and other commercial entities. GMWR models are based on either a magnetron (GMWR-25) or solid-state (GMWR-400-SST) transmitter and are available either in single or dual polarization. Furthermore, GAMIC will exhibit its GWSP and the GLWR (GAMIC Light Weather Radar) solutions designed for airport applications. The GWSP is a Weather Extractor for ATC Radars allowing flight controllers to have local weather information without interfering with the ATC radar modes. The GLWR is a light-weight radar with quick scanning features, enabling airports to have faster weather detection at their disposal. To learn more about GAMIC’s new IFD or Doppler weather radar technology, visit Stand 10020 at Meteorological Technology World Expo 2017 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, taking place from October 10-12.

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