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    • Sonalysts Engineering Overview Armand Halter VP Applied Sciences
    • Overview • Systems Engineering – Specification Development – Test Plan Development and Execution – Environmental Qualification Testing/ Analysis – Mechanical Engineering – Electronic/ Electrical Engineering – Hardware Fabrication • RF Engineering, Assembly & Test – Prototype Engineering – Production Engineering • Reliability Testing – Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) – Highly Accelerated Stress Screening (HASS) • Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) 2
    • Systems Engineering • Specification Development • Demonstration Testing – Test Plan Development & Execution • Acoustic System Testing – Lake Testing – Sea Testing • Antenna RF Testing – Data Analysis & Reconstruction • Environmental Qualification Testing/ Failure Analysis • Acquisition ILS – Integrated Support Plan (ISP) – Logistics Support Analysis Plan (LSAP) – Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) – Provisioning Technical Documentation (PTD) 3
    • One Stop Engineering Support 4
    • Production Engineering • Design Drawings • Process Controls/ QA – ISO9001 Certified design and fabrication processes – Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System for Configuration Control – Process controls, quality assurance procedures, and automated testing assure consistent quality and hardware compliance – Workmanship standards – scheduled for completion by end of CY2009 • J-STD-0001C, Soldering • IPC/WHMA-A-620 Class 3, Wire/ Cable Harnessing • Mechanical Engineering – 3D Design using SolidWorks® – 2D Fabrication using AutoCad® – Finite Element Analysis using • CosmosWorks • GeoStar • FloWorks • Electronic/ Electrical Engineering – Cabinet Power Systems – Data Acquisition/ Telemetry – Display Design – Custom Enclosures 5
    • Heat Transfer Analysis of Acoustic Sensor Head 6
    • RF Engineering, Assembly & Test • Prototype Antennas and Support Equipment – PATRIOT Hybrid Antenna for VIRGINIA CLASS – Panoramic (360° Optical/ Infrared) Antenna – ADF Power Supply – PATRIOT Standalone Processor – Fleet Repair Support • Production Antennas and Support Equipment – Integrated Submarine Imaging System (ISIS) Electronic Warfare Support (ES) Sensor and associated shipboard equipment • Test & Evaluation Support to other Operational Systems 7
    • PATRIOT Hybrid Antenna In-Process Assembly 8
    • PATRIOT Hybrid Antenna Assembly 9
    • Panoramic Antenna 10
    • Panoramic Antenna 11
    • ADF Power Supply 12
    • PATRIOT Standalone Processor 13
    • Repair Parts 14
    • Integrated Submarine Imaging System (ISIS) EHF Antenna Assembly Antenna Assembly EW Antennas Antenna Production Virtual IR Camera Tactical Work Ship Other • Improved Communications Control Navigation Station(s) Control Subsystems • Improved Radar Intercept • Active Radar Mast Assembly EW Logistics Mast Assembly Spkr/ Ship’s Network Printer(s) Amp • IETM • Training Curriculum E&E Field Eyepiece Box Remote Handgrip • Maintenance Demo ADF IC&D Change Kit Eyepiece Box Processor Connections Cameras Interface Video Eyepiece Box (3W53) (EPB) ComputerUnit Processor Unit • ARF RF Test • ARF/Iridium Production Well Junction AP Unit Well Junction Well Junction Box Patch Panel Box Box E&E Adapter Mast Control ConnectorAdapter E&E Unit Indicator & Control Box Indicator & Control Box Plate WS Control Unit Power Power Supply Supply ESM Indicator ForRF to OMNI SSGN Variant SATCOM Host ESM: •AN/BLQ-10, Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) Operator Interface Terminal Sensor Group • AN/WLR-8 Warning Receiver (EWR) Early Exterior Review GroupTest Mast & and ADF Communications Data Transmission Group #2 Periscope (Type 18B) Control and Display Group 15 #1 Periscope (Type 8K Mod 4) Interfaces
    • SSN688 ISIS • Eyepiece Box Computer Assembly (EPBCA) – Downloads images from Digital Still Camera for transfer across Ethernet to Imaging Processor • Electronic Warfare Support (ES) Sensor – Antenna assembly including Automatic Range Finding, Iridium capabilities, and ELINT and COMINT intercept potential • Automatic Range Finder (ARF) – Power and controls for radar in the ES Sensor • RF Test Assembly – Controls to test paths in ES Sensor • Integrated Control and Display – Advise on GUI development 16
    • SSGN ISIS • ES Sensor – Similar to SSN688 but on Photonics Mast • Automatic Direction Finder (ADF) – Determines direction of intercepted signals of interest • Early Warning Receiver (EWR) – Provides early detection of radar signals which have threat potential • Integrated Control and Display – Advise on GUI development – Includes remote control of mast 17
    • Antenna Testing 18
    • Antenna Testing 19
    • RF Testing • Local Test Plan Development and Testing – Gain (1KHz to 40 GHz) – VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio) (1KHz thru 50 GHz sources) – Noise Figure – RF Path Characterization with Gain Flatness, min/ max gains, max gain deviations – Go/ No Go Radiation Pattern Testing (30 MHz – 40 GHz radiators, special radiators <30 MHz can be fabricated) • Off-Site Test Plan Development and Testing – Utilized anechoic chambers at Naval Undersea Warfare Center to antenna/ system gains and patterns from 150 GHz thru 40 GHz. – Systems taken thru MIL-STD-461 EMI/ EMC testing at National Technical Systems facilities. • Programs written by Sonalysts to analyze test results versus test specifications 20
    • Risk Mitigation Unit (RMU) for Photonics Mast Slipring/ Rotary Joint See separate videos of Shock Testing on Medium Weight Shock Test Machine 21
    • F22 Ground Support Equipment 22
    • Test Engineering • Complete Test Program Management – Requirements / Test Plan / Procedure Creation – MIL STD Compliance – Electrodynamic Vibration – Shock / Pyroshock – Climatics – Drop – HALT (Highly Accelerated Life Testing) – HASS (Highly Accelerated Stress Screening) 23
    • Automation Engineering • Legacy Equipment Upgrading • In-Process-Verification Tools (IPV) • LabVIEW RT / FPGA (cRIO / R-Series) • Process Automation / Control • Machine Vision Inspection / Control • Process Characterization • Industrial Communications Protocols – Stand Alone Instrument Interfacing • SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) Systems 24
    • Instrumentation Engineering • High Speed / High Channel Count Data Acquisition (DAQ) • Dynamic Signal Acquisition / Analysis – Acoustics, Vibration, Rotating Machinery • NVH Measurements • High Speed Digital I/O (HSDIO) • Distributed Data Acquisition 25
    • Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) • GE I&LES Boresight Tool – Legacy (1970’s) instrumentation upgrade • Raindance Technologies – Large Scale LabVIEW code for scientific instrument • Fraser-Volpe – Precision Rotating Machinery Balance Equipment 26
    • What can we do for you? 27
    • Points of Contact • Armand Halter, VP Applied Sciences – Office: 860.326.3602 – Cell: 860.460.9000 – e: ahalter@sonalysts.com • Wes Ramm, Principal Engineer, Automation & Test – Office: 860.326.3944 – Cell: 860.634.1988 – e: wesramm@sonalysts.com • Jim Johnson, Production Manager – Office: 860.326.3937 – Cell: 860.917.5315 – e: jjohnson@sonalysts.com • Paul Trepanier, QA Manager – Office: 860.326.3793 – Cell: 860.303.4072 – e: ptrepanier@sonalysts.com GSA Schedule: GS-23F-0076L, Professional Engineering Services (Catalog included on separate disc) 28