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SLE of Eau Claire lands $2.2 million in federal contracts

ates and other information on enemy movements to a central command post, the Army is working with SLE on a device to collect voice data reliably in environments with lots of ambient noise.

The idea, Pecor said, is to have a device that can interface with other equipment over a standard protocol bus, such as USB. "That way it can be applicable to numerous platforms instead of having some ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 04/25/05


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