Monday, 20 September 2021
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Toye Kenning & Spencer
In partnership with The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association [SSAFA]-Forces Help, Toye Kenning & Spencer is saying it's 'Proud of our Troops' at DSEi 2009 with the launch of a new badge.

Aitech Defense Systems
Exhibiting the C800, a new rugged 3U single-slot CompactPCI single board computer (SBC) with data processing capabilities from 1.67 GHz to 2.20 GHz. Aitech will also have its new 6U VME single board computer (SBC) using Intel's latest T7500 low power, high performance Merom Core 2 Duo dual core processors.


Showing for the first time at DSEI, Trilogy's "Mercury ES" technology uniquely enables communications across domains and between multiple security levels in conjunction with the ability to integrate into its core Mercury system to deliver unrivalled interoperability


GateHouse initiates a program to prototype a Software Defined Radio (SDR) implementation of a BGAN waveform. The program is supported by Inmarsat. The aim of the program is to further SDR research and development in the context of supporting multiple communication standards on the same user terminal,

TT electronics group

Visitors to the show will be able to view a number of new products and services from across the group as well as discussing specific projects with the industry experts on the stand.

L-3 Communications

Showcasing their Next Generation SIGINT Manpack, HF/VHF Manpack Radio and Linkabit SATCOM solutions.

Spectra Group (UK) Ltd

Demonstrating the latest version of SHADE, a self-contained rapid deployment network infrastructure. SHADE provides a reliable and unique solution to restore voice and data communications where high intensity conflicts, natural disasters, pandemics or terrorist attacks may have destroyed existing networks.

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