Compact System Is A Memory/Data Exchange Powerhouse

The Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products unveils its Advanced Memory and Data Exchange Universal System (AMADEUS). The system includes the Model 9740 Multi-Port data transfer unit housing four removable memory cards (RMCs) and a mini-Ground Station Adapter (GSA).  The Model 9740 provides simultaneous data interface over 10-GB Ethernet, Mil-Std 1553, RS-232/422 as well as options to record multiple SMPTE 292 and NTSC (RS-170) video/audio channels.

 

Each RMC boasts a capacity of 2 TB with AES 256 encrypted data-at-rest. The pocket-sized GSA facilitates expeditionary operations and enables the operator to connect with virtually any computer via USB 3.0 to rapidly exchange pre-and post-mission data. AMADEUS is engineered to align with Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACETM) and flawlessly perform in the harshest military, aerospace, and industrial environments. For more information, visit Kaman Memory.

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