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The purchase of a high-frequency signal generator vector

ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ КАЗЕННОЕ ВОЕННОЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ ВЫСШЕГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ "ВОЕННЫЙ УЧЕБНО-НАУЧНЫЙ ЦЕНТР ВОЕННО-ВОЗДУШНЫХ СИЛ "ВОЕННО-ВОЗДУШНАЯ АКАДЕМИЯ ИМЕНИ ПРОФЕССОРА Н.Е.ЖУКОВСКОГО И Ю.А.ГАГАРИНА" (Г. ВОРОНЕЖ) МИНИСТЕРСТВА ОБОРОНЫ РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ | Published February 13, 2017  -  Deadline February 20, 2021
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The high-frequency signal generator vector 26.51.66.135 PCs 1,00 2 800 2 800 061,33 061,33 total: 2 800 061,33

Remote controllable matrix switch for high frequency signals from radio telescopes VLBI (B 15:33 - 3032/16 / VV: 1)

Beschaffungsamt des Bundesministeriums des Innern | Published December 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017
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31221000, 42967100

Supply of remotely controllable matrix switches for radio frequency signals from radio telescopes VLBI. 2 pieces

Professional services for the analysis of GSM/3G/LTE/4G signal reinforcement inside buildings at ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published March 21, 2017
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The United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG), Switzerland, located at the Palais des Nations, is the largest United Nations Office in Europe, providing conference support and facilitating the multi-lateral international diplomacy of the worldwide community. It is located within the 46 hectare Ariana Park. The United Nations General Assembly approved the establishment of the Strategic Heritage Plan (SHP) which includes the construction of a New Permanent Office Building (NPB) of approximately 22,371 m2, together with the complete renovation of the main Palais des Nations complex of buildings. UNOG envisages issuing a solicitation for mobile telephony radio-frequency signal analysis services for the NPB and the existing buildings as part of the SHP. Brief Description of Requirements: The United Nations Office at Geneva is looking for qualified companies who can perform comprehensive technical surveys and analysis in the field of mobile telephony radio-frequency signal reinforcement inside buildings. 1/ The analysis will have to evaluate and anticipate the needs for GSM/3G/LTE/4G signal reinforcement inside the new permanent building which construction is expected to start in the last quarter of 2017, and propose technical solutions to meet the identified needs. For this building, the analysis will be based on architecture blueprints, floor plans, technical specifications and physical survey of the construction site. 2/ The analysis will also have to take inventory of the current GSM/3G/LTE/4G signal reinforcement system installed in existing buildings which are due to be renovated between 2018 and 2023. The analysis will include proposing strategies and technical solutions to facilitate the renovation works with minimal disruption as well as to enhance mobile communication capabilities offered to the users of the buildings. The analysis will include technical recommendations for achieving the desired signal coverage objectives and cost estimates for implementing the recommended solutions.

Stable frequency signal generator

IHP GmbH - Leibniz-Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
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38000000

Heaco ECG80A channel electrocardiographs

Комунальна установа Ружинський районний центр первинної медико-санітарної допоги | Published September 30, 2016  -  Deadline October 4, 2016
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The certificate of registration (to copy); Certificate UkrSEPRO (to copy); The presence of a letter of guarantee from the manufacturer or its official representative in Ukraine of the possibility of delivery and the delivery time apparatus (an original corresponding document); Alternate register 12 standard ECG - leads; Manual and automatic operation; Registration in manual mode (direct printing) randomly selected ECG - leads; Necessarily the presence LCD-display, to allow continuous monitoring of ECG - leads, heart rate, current date, state filters, etc .; Nayavnyst built-in thermal printer with paper width at least 50 mm zabezpechuyerozdrukuvannya ECG curves and proprietary information; Print speed automatically 25mm / s, 50mm / s in manual mode 25 mm / s, 50 mm / s, the accuracy of + - 5%; Sensitivity Cardiographs: 5,10,20 (mm / mV) less than or equal to 5% frequency signal register 800 Hz; The presence of continuous monitoring and frequency kardiosyhnaliv ... More heartbeat on any - any of the channels; The availability of software for further analysis and interpretation of ECG; The presence of the zero line drift filter, filter AC filter myazevyh interference; Automatic drift compensation contours; Automatic recognition pacemaker; Protect from pulses dyfibrylyatora; There must be alarms that signal the power cable, low battery and faults that make it impossible to register a quality ECG leads; Power: - change the current network of 220 V, 50 Hz; - Independently (60 minutes) without stopping for the sake of the full battery; Compact and portable, the weight is around 0.5 kg including the battery; Molyvist use transport bags; User Ukrainian or Russian.

Stable frequency signal generator

IHP GmbH - Leibniz-Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
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38000000

1. Frequency specification Range: 1 MHz to 42 GHz 2nd Phase noise: SSB phase noise in dBc (f = 10 GHz, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth); frequency offset from carrier phase noise in dBc (1 Hz) better than 1 Hz -37 Hz 10 Hz -81 -65 100 -101 1 kHz 10 kHz -115 100 -113 kHz Wide ribbon noise with carier ofset> 10 MHz, level = 10 dBm, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth: 3 GHz 3 kHz): 5 GHz <= f <21 GHz <-56 dBc 21 GHz <= f <= 42 GHz <-50 dBc 3. max available power: 1 GHz to 21 GHz more than 10 dBm 21 GHz to 40 GHz more than 11 dBm 40 GHz to 42 GHz more than 9 dBm power range down to -20 dBm power connector out: 2.92 mm female 4. remote control: LAN, 10 / 100BaseT, TCP / IP 5. Please specify the recommended calibration interval. 6. External triggered Frequency sweep 7. Please specify the cost of a standard Kaliblierung with documentation of the measured values ​​at the entrance and the values ​​after calibration. 8. Input and output of the reference signal (generally 10 MHz)

Electronic Auction - Bid with open participation items and items unique to Micro? ME, Small Businesses? EPP, Microentrepreneur Single? MEI and Similar with the purpose acquisition of Medical Equipment and Hospital (Ultrasound, hospital bed, cardiotocograph among others) to meet the health units in the city of Ariquemes, at the request of the Municipal Health - SEMSAU. As complete specifications in the Terms of Reference - Annex I of this Notice

GOVERNO DO ESTADO DE RONDONIA, Prefeitura Municipal de Ariquemes, | Published September 1, 2016
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1 - PART FURNITURE COUCH TYPE: MAKING MATERIAL STAINLESS STEEL COATING LEATHER FOR CLINICAL EXAMINATION, MEASURING 1.90 X 0.70 X 0.85 M, BLACK COLOR ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 2 Unit supply: UNIT (UNIT) 2 - FOR ULTRA TEST EQUIPMENT - ULTRASOUND SOUND FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY TRASDUTORES 1 PORTABLE WAVE CONTINUOUS AND pULSED TIMER 1 30 MIN MULTI-fREQUENCY AFTER TIME SET tHE DOSE is reset HAS TWO fREQUENCIES, MINIMUM 30 OPTIONS IN pULSED MULTI-fREQUENCY OPTION ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 2 Unit supply: UNIT (UNIT) 3 - MACHINE / EQUIPMENT FOR FITNESS scarifier FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY IN WAVES SHORT TYPE: CONTINUOUS OPERATION METHOD AND PULSED / ANALOG PORTABLE DEVICE DIATHERMY, ISSUE wITH FREQUENCY CHANGE OF CONTROL, LINEAR CONTROL wITH DIGITAL STEPPE, 110/220 vOLT POWER AUTOMATIC, TIMER ELECTRONIC ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 2 Unit supply: UNIT (UNIT) 4 - FOR ULTRA TEST EQUIPMENT - QUICK SOUND SCAN KEY THAT ALLOWS QUICK ADJUSTMENT IMAGE, AUTOMATICALLY oPTIMIZING PARAMETERS tO BE IMAGES MODE MODE DOPPLER ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit Supply: UNIT (UNIT) 5 - BED COMMON HOSPITAL BED TYPE FAWLER MECHANICS PHYSICAL FEATURE GRADES SIDES HAVE ADULT APPLICATION CRANK 02 STEEL BED HEAD / FOOTBOARD REMOVABLE STRUCTURE CASTERS STEEL HAVE ACCESSORY (S) AND SERUM MATTRESS SUPPORT ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 10 Unit Supply: UNIT (UNIT) 6 - ELECTRIC SAW THE CONTAINER MUST ... (According to Edi Differential treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit supply: UNIT (UNIT) 7 - CENTRAL MONITORING 01 MARKER EVENTS REMOTE ... (in accordance with the PE98 Notice / 2016) Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174:. No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit supply: UNIT (UNIT) 8 - OXIMETER DIGITAL OXIMETER: PORTABLE TYPE ( HAND) CURVE HAS PLESTIMOGRÁFICA SPO2 SENSOR 01 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY CHART, ALARMS AUDIO-VISUAL PROGRAMMABLE ECARREGÁVEL INTERNAL BATTERY wITH AUTONOMY least 3 HORASGRÁFICO UP tO 72 HOURS ... TREND (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 10 Unit Supply: UNIT (UNIT) 9 - OXIMETER DIGITAL Pulse Oximeter TYPE (MESA) PLESTIMOGRÁFICA CURVE HAS SENSOR SPO2 02 oxygen saturation SPO2, plethysmography, PILSO fREQUENCY (FP) PULSE fREQUENCY SIGNAL STRENGTH (perfusion INDECIE) SPO2, TYPE CLIP ADULT, TRANSPORT tO BAG, HAND IN PORTUGUESE ... (pursuant to Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 2 Unit supply: UNIT (UNIT) 10 - ELECTRONIC CONTROL HAVE AT LEAST THE ARRANGEMENTS VENTILATORY: CONTROLLED VENTILATION VOLUME, CONTROLLED VENTILATION PRESSURE, VENT FLASHING MANDATORY sYNCHRONIZED, VENTILATION SUPPORT FOR PRESSURE, VENTILATION / SPONTANEOUS. ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 3 Unit Supply: UNIT (UNIT) 11 - FOR ULTRA TEST EQUIPMENT - ULTRASOUND SOUND DENTAL PHYSICAL FEATURE SPECIFICATION BICARBONATE JET INTEGRATED HAVE DIGITAL PEN OPERATION MODE / uLTRASOUND TRANSDUCER AUTOLAVÁVEL ... (In accordance with the Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive participation of ME / EPP Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit Supply: UNIT (UNIT) 12 - COMPRESSOR COIL STEEL MESH ... (Pursuant to Notice PE98 / 2016). Differential Treatment: Type I - Exclusive Participation ME

Electronic Auction - Company Hiring specialized to provide access service and connection to the broadband network with 10Mbps speed, to be implemented by installing fiber optic or digital radio signal or radio frequency signal, the TRANSIT HOTEL BASE OFFICIAL AIRLINE OF RECIFE (BARF)

MINISTÉRIO DA DEFESA, Comando da Aeronáutica, Comando-Geral de Operações Aéreas, II Comando Aére Regional- II comar, | Published September 21, 2016
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1 - Hardware - Internet SERVICE ACCESS AND CONNECTION TO THE NETWORK BROADBAND INTERNET WITH 10Mbps SPEED TO BE IMPLEMENTED THROUGH FIBER BY INSTALLING OPTICAL OR SIGNAL DIGITAL RADIO OR RADIO FREQUENCY SIGNAL, THE HOTEL PUBLIC TRANSIT AIR BASE REEF, THE PERIOD OF TWELVE (12) MONTHS. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit Supply: SV

Remote controllable matrix switch for high frequency signals from radio telescopes VLBI (B 15:33 - 3032/16 / VV: 1)

Beschaffungsamt des Bundesministeriums des Innern | Published December 15, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017
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42967100, 31221000

Laboratory, optical and precision equipments (excl. glasses)

SLU | Published April 27, 2016
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Ocean Marine Industries, Inc.
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38000000

A high-frequency sound source (sonar) directs a bundle narrow sound beams forward and creates an image stream (video) from the reflected echoes. The technique is analogous to that of prenatal diagnosis but is adapted to provide longer range, 1-100 m dependent on frequency, signal strength, the object's size and structure. The resolution also varies with the same variables. The technology is used for navigation of ROVs (underwater robots) and the observations of ship hulls and fixed installations, etc. The major advantage of the technique is that it works entirely independent of the level of light and visibility in the water.

By the acquisition of radio frequency signal combiners in L band for SAOCOM Project (EXCLUSIVE)

106 - COM. NACIONAL DE ACTIVIDADES ESPACIALES, 0015/000 - UNIDAD DE ABASTECIMIENTO | Published August 3, 2016
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By the acquisition of radio frequency signal combiners in L band for SAOCOM Project (EXCLUSIVE).

Prototype Dual Microwave and Millimeter Wave Antenna with Radomes

Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Research | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 11, 2016
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Statement of Work covers the tasks, deliverables, and general goals for the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) for Dual Microwave and Millimeter Wave Antennas that are capable of transmitting a radio frequency signal over the 4-40 GHz frequency range. This effort includes the delivery of one pair (forward and aft) of prototype antennas at a Preliminary Design Review, a second pair (forward and aft) of antennas delivered at a Critical Design Review, and final delivery of 3 pairs (forward and aft) of antennas that will be integrated with an experimental payload.  An 18 month performance is anticipated.  

Study, implementation and delivery of a low-frequency signal recorder (HFBF) and recording means supplies.

Mindef / DGA / DT / SCAT / Toulon | Published February 26, 2016
Winner
Nexeya France
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32220000

Study, implementation and delivery of a low-frequency signal recorder (HFBF) and recording means supplies.

Electronic Auction - Registration prices for any purchases of materials and equipment for data processing, machinery and energy equipment to meet the needs of the Air Base and Annapolis Headquartered units.

MINISTÉRIO DA DEFESA, Comando da Aeronáutica, Comando-Geral de Operações Aéreas, VI Comando Aéreo Regional, Base Aérea de Anápolis, | Published October 14, 2015
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1 - LOCK LOCK - LOCK ELECTRIC FIXED CYLINDER 40MM FOR METAL DOORS OR WOOD OPENING RIGHT OR LEFT, TO OR WITHIN OUT DRIVE THROUGH ELECTRONIC intercom, video intercom, buttonhole AND KEY, MECHANICAL MEMORY: UNLOCK THE FIRST PUSH; COMPATIBLE WITH ALL Doormen LINE AND ELECTRONIC Videoporteiros. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 2 Unit of supply: UNIT 2 - PRINTER PRINTER OWN MUST CONNECT WI-FI AND USB CABLE AND MUST WORK AS SCANNER AND PRINTER, PRINTING WHETHER IN COLORS AS IN BLACK. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Number: 6 Unit of supply: UNIT 3 - PRINTER LASER PRINTING TECHNOLOGY: DIGITAL COLOR LED, PRINT RESOLUTION MAXIMUM UP TO 600 x 2400 DPI, COLOR PRINT SPEED 19 PPM MONOCHROME: 19ppm, CAPACITY (Memory): 64MB, PROCESSOR: 333 MHz. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 11 Unit Supply: UNITS 4 - DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA HARDWARE RESOURCES INTERFACE OF A 10 / 100Mbps auto-SENSING PORT RJ45 (AUTO MDI / MDIX, POE) 1 REVERSE SMA CONNECTOR EXTERNAL A TERMINAL GROUND BUTTON RESET BUTTON EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY 12VDC / 1.0A LINEAR PSU STANDARDS WIRELESS 802.11G IEEE, IEEE 802.11B ANTENNA 12dBi Antenna DIRECTIONAL DUAL-POLARIZED Dimensions (WxDxH) 10.4 × 4.7 × 3.2 INCH (265X120X83MM) ANTENNA BEAM HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 60 ¨ 30 ¨ 15KV ESD PROTECTION PROTECTION, PROTECTION Lightning 4000V GROUND TERMINAL INTEGRATED WIRELESS FEATURES FREQUENCY SIGNAL 5.8 11G RATE UP TO 54MBPS (DYNAMIC) 11B: up to 11Mbps (DYNAMIC) EIRP 5 - RECHARGEABLE BATTERY Rechargeable battery, rechargeable battery name. - KIT WITH 01 (A) BATTERY (CHARGE PACK) LIFEPAK CR PLUS DESFIBRILLATOR MEDTRONIC AND SPADES 2 DECAL TYPE ADULT FOR THE SAME DEFIBRILLATOR. Differential Treatment: - Decree 7174 Applicability: Applicability No Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit of supply: SET 6 - PROJECTION SCREEN WHITE COLOUR. Differential Treatment: - Decree 7174 Applicability: Applicability No Margin of Preference: No Number: 7 Unit of supply: UNIT 7 - KEY SLOT SCREWDRIVER - PRECISION SWITCH SET WITH 6 PIECES (N0, N1,1.44MM, 2.0MM, 2.4MM, 3.0MM) Differential Treatment: - Decree 7174 Applicability: Applicability No Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit of supply: SET 8 - Stabilizer MANUAL TENSION IN PORTUGUESE AND MINIMUM GUARANTEE 1 YEAR MANUFACTURER. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 19 Supply unit: UNIT 9 - Stabilizer STABILIZER VOLTAGE - VOLTAGE - Stabilizer Bivolt 1000VA FEATURES - 16 or 8 REGULATION OF STAGES - 6 TAKEN OUT OF POLE - KEY ON-OFF BUILT - SIGNAL VOLTAGE VISUAL - FILTER INTERNAL LINE - FUSE EXTERNAL PROTECTION - SELF-TEST IN START - CABINET ABS ANTI-FLAMES - CERTIFIED AS NBR 14373: 2006 - MADE AS ISO 9001: 2008-1 GUARANTEE YEAR Differential Treatment: - Decree 7174 Applicability: Applicability No Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 75 Unit Supply: UNIT 10 - Stabilizer FOLLOWS TENSION AS FULL DESCRIPTION REFERENCE TO THE TERM (ANNEX NOTICE). Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 17 Unit Supply: UNIT 11 - Stabilizer STABILIZER VOLTAGE VOLTAGE, NOUN Stabilizer - VOLTAGE - Bivolt VOLTAGE STABILIZER WITH 300VA POWER, OVERLOAD PROTECTION, 6 STAGES REGULATION AND TAKEN 4 Differential Treatment: - Decree 7174 Applicability: Applicability No Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 25 Unit Supply: UNIT 12 - KEYBOARD MICROCOMPUTER BLACK COLOR. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: No Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 50 Unit Supply: UNIT 13 - ACC VOLTAGE AGAINST DISCHARGE TOTAL BATTERY: FEATURE THAT KEEPS THE RIGHT LOAD MINIMUM LEVEL FOR EXTENDING THE MAXIMUM WORKING LIFE OF BATTERIES ... AS FULL DESCRIPTION (TERMS OF REFERENCE) OF THE NOTICE. Differential Treatment: - Decree 7174 Applicability: Applicability No Margin of Preference: No Number: 3 Unit Supply: UNIT 14 - COMPUTER HARDWARE LIMITED WARRANTY AT LEAST A YEAR AND AT LEAST ONE YEAR TECHNICAL SUPPORT. Dealing

Providing services for calibration of measuring instruments

Государственное учреждение #034;Территориальный фонд обязательного медицинского страхования Волгоградской области#034; | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2005
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Calibration of high-frequency signal generator SMS100A 74.20.37.620 pcs 1.00 7 242.83 7 242.83 Checking portable digital oscilloscope DSO-5032A 74.20.37.620 pcs 1.00 6 483.45 6 483.45 Checking the sound level meter, Vibrometer, spectrum analyzer " Oktava- 110A-ECO »74.20.37.620 pcs 1.00 9 074.83 9 074.83 Checking acoustic calibrator Larson Davis CAL200 74.20.37.620 pcs 1.00 1 722.77 1 722.77 Total 24 523.88

Electronic Auction - Registration prices for any purchases of materials and equipment for data processing, machinery and energy equipment to meet the needs of the Air Base and Annapolis Headquartered units.

MINISTÉRIO DA DEFESA, Comando da Aeronáutica, Comando-Geral de Operações Aéreas, VI Comando Aéreo Regional, Base Aérea de Anápolis, | Published October 23, 2015
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1 - LOCK LOCK - LOCK ELECTRIC FIXED CYLINDER 40MM FOR METAL DOORS OR WOOD OPENING RIGHT OR LEFT, TO OR WITHIN OUT DRIVE THROUGH ELECTRONIC intercom, video intercom, buttonhole AND KEY, MECHANICAL MEMORY: UNLOCK THE FIRST PUSH; COMPATIBLE WITH ALL Doormen LINE AND ELECTRONIC Videoporteiros. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 2 Unit of supply: UNIT 2 - PRINTER PRINTER MUST OWN WI-FI IN CONNECTION AND USB CABLE AND MUST WORK AS SCANNER AND PRINTER, PRINTING WHETHER IN COLORS AS IN BLACK. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Number: 6 Unit of supply: UNIT 3 - PRINTER LASER PRINTING TECHNOLOGY: DIGITAL COLOR LED, PRINT RESOLUTION MAXIMUM UP TO 600 x 2400 DPI, COLOR PRINT SPEED 19 PPM MONOCHROME: 19ppm, CAPACITY (Memory): 64MB, PROCESSOR: 333 MHz. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 11 Unit Supply: UNITS 4 - DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA HARDWARE RESOURCES INTERFACE OF A 10 / 100Mbps auto-SENSING PORT RJ45 (AUTO MDI / MDIX, POE) 1 REVERSE SMA CONNECTOR EXTERNAL A TERMINAL GROUND BUTTON RESET BUTTON EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY 12VDC / 1.0A LINEAR PSU STANDARDS WIRELESS 802.11G IEEE, IEEE 802.11B ANTENNA 12dBi Antenna DIRECTIONAL DUAL-POLARIZED Dimensions (WxDxH) 10.4 × 4.7 × 3.2 INCH (265X120X83MM) ANTENNA BEAM HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 60 ¨ 30 ¨ 15KV ESD PROTECTION PROTECTION, PROTECTION Lightning 4000V GROUND TERMINAL INTEGRATED WIRELESS FEATURES FREQUENCY SIGNAL 5.8 11G RATE UP TO 54MBPS (DYNAMIC) 11B: up to 11Mbps (DYNAMIC) EIRP 5 - RECHARGEABLE BATTERY Rechargeable battery, rechargeable battery name. - KIT WITH 01 (A) BATTERY (CHARGE PACK) LIFEPAK CR PLUS DESFIBRILLATOR MEDTRONIC AND SPADES 2 DECAL TYPE ADULT FOR THE SAME DEFIBRILLATOR. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit of supply: SET 6 - PROJECTION SCREEN COLOR WHITE. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Number: 7 Unit of supply: UNIT 7 - KEY SLOT SCREWDRIVER - PRECISION SWITCH SET WITH 6 PIECES (N0, N1,1.44MM, 2.0MM, 2.4MM, 3.0MM) Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 1 Unit of supply: SET 8 - Stabilizer MANUAL TENSION IN PORTUGUESE AND MINIMUM GUARANTEE 1 YEAR MANUFACTURER. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 19 Unit Supply: UNIT 9 - Stabilizer STABILIZER VOLTAGE - VOLTAGE - Stabilizer Bivolt 1000VA FEATURES - 16 or 8 REGULATION OF STAGES - 6 TAKEN OUT OF POLE - KEY ON-OFF BUILT - SIGNAL VOLTAGE VISUAL - FILTER INTERNAL LINE - FUSE EXTERNAL PROTECTION - SELF-TEST IN START - CABINET ABS ANTI-FLAMES - CERTIFIED AS NBR 14373: 2006 - MADE AS ISO 9001: 2008-1 GUARANTEE YEAR Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 75 Unit Supply: UNIT 10 - Stabilizer FOLLOWS TENSION AS FULL DESCRIPTION REFERENCE TO THE TERM (ANNEX NOTICE). Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 17 Unit Supply: UNIT 11 - Stabilizer STABILIZER VOLTAGE VOLTAGE, NOUN Stabilizer - VOLTAGE - Bivolt VOLTAGE STABILIZER WITH 300VA POWER, OVERLOAD PROTECTION, 6 STAGES REGULATION AND TAKEN 4 Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 25 Unit Supply: UNIT 12 - KEYBOARD MICROCOMPUTER BLACK COLOR. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Quantity: 50 Unit Supply: UNIT 13 - ACC VOLTAGE AGAINST DISCHARGE TOTAL BATTERY: FEATURE THAT KEEPS THE RIGHT LOAD MINIMUM LEVEL FOR EXTENDING THE MAXIMUM WORKING LIFE OF BATTERIES ... AS FULL DESCRIPTION (TERMS OF REFERENCE) OF THE NOTICE. Differential Treatment: - Applicability Decree 7174: Yes Applicability Margin of Preference: No Number: 3 Unit Supply: UNIT 14 - COMPUTER HARDWARE LIMITED WARRANTY AT LEAST A YEAR AND AT LEAST ONE YEAR TECHNICAL SUPPORT. Dealing

Electric News Gathering System

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published September 3, 2015  -  Deadline September 8, 2015
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SALIENT CHARACTERISTICS ELECTRIC NEWS GATHERING SYSTEM (Brand Name or Equal) Item #0001 BLU-RAY Recorder Stand-Alone Professional-quality rackmount video recorder that allows you to capture standard or high-definition video to a hard drive, SD card, DVD, or Blu-ray disc. Ideal for production companies, educational facilities, houses of worship, and more the unit has a 4-pin FireWire input for accepting DV and HDV video, as well as S-Video and RCA composite video inputs, plus a USB input. This allows you to capture virtually any video you have to the internal 500GB hard drive. You can then burn the video to a DVD or Blu-ray, copy it to an SD/SDHC memory card or attached USB drive, or simply play it back directly. For playback, the unit offers an HDMI output, as well as composite and component BNC connectors, an S-Video output, and an optical digital audio output. This allows you to connect to televisions, projectors, AV receivers, and more. In addition to the recording and playback functions, the BD-R2000 also offers on-board editing. You can create playlists, trim scenes, separate and arrange clips on a menu, and create photo slideshows before burning to a disc and sharing. A single-touch dubbing feature lets you copy an entire DVD, Blu-ray, SD/SDHC card, or USB drive to the internal hard drive and then burn the content to a Blu-ray disc at up to 32x speed. The disc tray locks during recording to prevent accidental ejection and errors. An RS-232C serial port allows wired control, and wireless control is also possible with the included full-function remote. Rackmount Design: The rackmount design allows you to install the recorder in any standard equipment rack, perfect for production companies, educational facilities, houses of worship, and more SD or HD The recorder works with standard and high-definition video for ultimate versatility Connectivity FireWire, S-Video, RCA, and USB inputs plus HDMI, composite and component BNC, S-Video, and optical digital audio outputs allow you to connect to a variety of audio and video devices, TVs, projectors, and more Multiple Formats You can capture video to the internal 500GB hard drive and then share it on a DVD, Blu-ray, SD/SDHC card, or USB drive Built-In Editing On-board editing features let you create playlists, trim scenes, separate and arrange clips on a menu, and create photo slideshows before burning to a disc and sharing Easy Dubbing A single-touch dubbing feature lets you copy an entire DVD, Blu-ray, SD/SDHC card, or USB drive to the internal hard drive and then burn the content to a Blu-ray disc at up to 32x speed Locking Tray The disc tray locks during recording to prevent accidental ejection and errors Control Options You can control the recorder from its front-panel buttons or from the included full-function wireless remote. There is also an RS-232C serial port and a 3.5mm mini remote jack for wired control. Item #0002 M/S Stereo Shotgun Microphone Professional TV Studio stereo shotgun microphone incorporates the Mid / Side (M/S) technique, yielding a high degree of directivity and focus while reproducing signals with extreme accuracy to their perspective placement, within the Left / Right Stereo field. 2 independent acoustic systems for generating the mid and side signals. The mid (M), or mono signal is generated using an internal shotgun microphone. The shotgun accurately reproduces audio with extreme focus, emphasizing pick up of signals at the direct-axis section (front). The shotgun also rejects signal at the off-axis sections (sides) of the microphone, minimizing noise and further strengthening the pick-up area. The Side (S), or stereo signal is generated using a separate, internal microphone system that features a figure-of-eight polar pattern. This system is responsible for reproducing the spacial character needed for accurate placement of signal within the stereo field. The output features a 5-pin XLR male connection, capable of sending the separate signals of each internal microphone system to discrete channels of a console, field mixer, recorder or matrixing system. Each internal microphone requires +48V phantom power, supplied via two battery power supply units, or any mixer capable of supplying at least 2 discrete channels of phantom power. M/S Technique Incorporates Dual Microphones. An internal shotgun microphone is used to capture the "mid" signal, a separate element with a figure-of-eight polar pattern is integrated for the "side" signal. Dual Channel Output 5-pin XLR male output is capable of sending signals of each internal microphone system to two discrete channels of a console, field mixer, recorder or matrixing system. Item #0003 Baby-Base Fluorescent 3 Light Kit Dimmable Match existing studio lighting Videssence MB3084-SB-OB. This is a 3 fixture, dimmable 252 watt fluorescent light kit. It is based around the Baby Base 84 watt compact fluorescent fixture which is suitable for studio backlighting, or location lighting applications. It utilizes 2- 42 watt fluorescent triple tube lamps. The Baby Base will provide 40 footcandles from a distance of 6 feet. This kit includes 3000° K fluorescent tubes. 4100° K tubes are available separately. Each fixture has a full range dimming control. Compact, ideal for location use, or on small setups. A 4 Leaf barndoor set is included to alter the spread of the light emitted. Constructed of .063 formed aluminum, coated with a black polyester finish. A fuse holder with fuse and spare are provided to protect against line voltage surges. Multi-voltage (120-230V AC). Item #0004 VIDEO MIXER Designed to be transportable (DURABLE) switcher. Switches between audio and video and uses both. Follows the down streams. DV out, 1394 firewire and composite out. The DV 4-Channel Pro Digital Mixer with the real-time DV production tool preserves the DV signal from start to finish. Features DV with IEE-1394 (FireWire and i-LINK) connections; 4-channel video switcher and mixer; 4 each S-video and composite and 2 DV video inputs; 4 stereo composite audio inputs; over 500 video transitions plus true manual RGB color correction; S-video and composite video inputs on all four channels; and Chroma keys, dual-field time base correction. Power Supply External in-line; 110VAC@60Hz/220VAC@50 Hz, universal CE/FCC/UL/CSA Approved (Non-US/Canada versions meet local regulatory standards) Dimensions 16.6" x 9.5" x 3" (422mm x 241mm x 76mm) Weight 4 lbs. (1.8 kg) Ambient Temperature 32-104°F (0-40°C) Ambient Humidity Less than 90% Analog Inputs & Outputs Video Inputs 4 x S-video (Y/C): Y=1 Vp-p, C=0.30 Vp-p, 75-ohm 4-pin mini-DIN connectors 4 x composite: 1.0 Vp-p 75-ohm, RCA connectors Audio Inputs 4 x 2 (L and R) RCA connectors, 50 k ohms GPI Mini-jack Video Outputs (Preview & Main) 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohm, PREVIEW=1x RCA; MAIN=2x RCA Connectors and 2x S-Video (MAIN): Y=1.0 Vp-p, C=0.3 Vp-p; 75 ohm, 4-pin mini-DIN connector Audio (L and R) 1 k ohms, 2x L+R RCA connectors Headphone Stereo jack, 8-100 ohms Digital Inputs & Outputs Inputs 2 x 4 pin IEEE 1394 (FireWire, i.LINK) connectors, Audio and Video Effects Outputs 1 x 4 pin IEEE 1394 (FIreWire, i.LINK) connector, Audio and Video Effects Video 501 Transitions Input Effects Strobe, Mosaic, Flips, and Posterize Special Effects Chroma Key and Compose (see partial list under features) Audio Mix, Fade, Background Color Generators 2 (Background and Border), Millions of Colors Video Performance Digital Sampling: 13.5 MHz Quantization: 8-bit Horizontal Resolution: 500 TV lines Analog Digital Conversion: 13.5 MHZ, 4:2:2, 10-bit quantization (Y/C); 8-bit quantitization (composite) Gain: Unity S/N Ratio: Greater than 60 dB (Y/C); Greater than 56 dB (composite) Horizontal Resolution: 480 TV lines General Compatible with all NTSC video sources and tape formats (PAL version available) Meets long-haul video broadcast specs including CCIR-601 sampling and RS-170A Audio Performance Digital 2-Channel Sampling: 16 bit, 48 kHz Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz Digital 4-Channel Sampling: 12 bit, 32 kHz Frequency Response: 20 hZ - 14.5 kHz S/N Ratio: 80 dB Analog Frequency Response: 20 hZ - 20 kHz +/- 3dB S/N Ratio: 80 dB Item #0005 Microphone Adapter Clamp Used to hold the wireless handheld mobile microphone above the microphone stand (for Item No. 0011). Item #0006 UHF LPDPA Antenna (Pair) The (Log Periodic Dipole Array) antennas are designed for use with UHF wireless systems, operating over 440 - 900MHz range. The wide-band antennas provide enhanced signal pick up while extending operating range and reliability. The directional coverage pattern features a beam-width of 90 degrees and is often useful in theatrical and musical performances as well as presentation. Item #0007 BNC to BNC Antenna Cable 50 feet BNC terminated antenna cable for wireless microphone receivers and antenna distribution systems. Item #0008 UHF Antenna Distribution Amplifier System The antenna and power distribution system for up to 4 diversity receivers. Designed for efficient operation of multiple receivers in professional applications, without excessive cable runs and power lines. Operates on the UHF band between 540-565 MHz. Supports Four Diversity Receivers features an A & B set of 1 In / 4 Out BNC type connectors. Four UHF diversity receivers are. Power and RF Distribution. Effectively distributes antenna signal and power for efficient operation without excessive cable runs. Signal Gain Compensation .Internal signal gain amplifiers compensate for signal loss. Item #0009 Wireless Unipak Transmitter Body-pack transmitter designed for use with the single and dual receivers. The input connector conveniently accepts both line and microphone level signals (adjustable) allowing instrument signals as well as microphone signals.. Radio frequency output power is switchable between 10mW and 35mW providing greater range when needed. The lightweight transmitter operates on 2-AA Alkaline batteries for up to 6 hours (High) and 8 hours (Low). Frequency Agile The system operates on UHF frequencies allowing greater channel selection and range. The transmitter and receiver feature 1000 user selectable channels. Blue Back-Lit LCD Both receiver and transmitters feature a comprehensive, white over blue background LCD display. The display provides radio frequency and channel information, battery and signal status. Item #0010 Omni Directional Lavalier Condenser Microphone The miniature condenser microphone intended to be worn on the clothing of performers for excellent yet unobtrusive sound pickup. The wide range capability ensures clean, accurate reproduction with high intelligibility for lecturers, singers, stage and TV performers. Designed for clip-on lavalier and musical instrument use Small size is ideal for applications requiring minimum visibility Operates on battery or phantom power 6' (1.8 m) cable permanently attached between microphone and power module. Item #0011 Dual Wireless Microphone System (with handheld microphone) The Dual Wireless Microphone System feature professional, dual wireless transmitter operation in theaters, houses-of-worship and more. This system includes the dual receiver, UniPak transmitter and handheld transmitter. The dual receiver is designed for use with wireless microphone system. The receiver features two independent receivers with 996 UHF selectable frequencies each, enabling two transmitters to operate simultaneously. Diversity reception minimizes drop-out and RF interference, resulting in the strongest possible reception. The rear panel reveals independent balanced 1/4" phone and balanced XLR outputs. A comprehensive back-lit LCD display reveals channel and frequency settings, signal status and transmitter battery status. The 5000 series enhanced features include IntelliScan which automatically sets best available frequencies on all linked receivers, and Dual Compandor circuitry which processes high and low frequency signal separately resulting in superior audio quality. The body-pack transmitter The input accepts both line and microphone level signals (adjustable) allowing instrument signals as well as microphone signals. Radio frequency output power is switchable between 10mW and 35mW, providing greater range when needed. The lightweight transmitter operates on 2 AA alkaline batteries for up to 6 hours (High) and 8 hours (Low). The handheld transmitter features a hypercardioid polar pattern, minimizing pick up at the off-axis sections of the capsule. This minimizes noise and provides higher gain before feed-back. The transmitter features a rugged, ergonomic metal design able to withstand rigorous road use. Additional features include IntelliScan automated frequency detection, an On/Off/Mute switch and a back-lit LCD display. The transmitter operates up to 8 hours on 2 AA alkaline batteries. Two independent receivers in a single housing 996 selectable UHF channels per band and True Diversity reception for interference-resistant operation Available in two frequency bands: 541.500 - 566.375 MHz (TV Channels 25 - 30) and 655.500 - 680.375 MHz (TV Channels 44 - 49) IntelliScan feature automatically finds and sets best available frequencies on all linked receivers On-board Ethernet interface for monitoring and controlling system parameters with included AEW Control Interface software Advanced digital Tone Lock squelch effectively blocks stray RF; the digitally encoded tone also communicates transmitter data for receiver display Dual Compander circuitry processes high and low frequencies separately for unmatched audio quality 1/4" external mute switch jack allows user to mute the system quickly and easily AC pass-through allows daisy-chain AC hookup with included IEC jumper cables Link and coordinate multiple receiver channels High-visibility white-on-blue LCD information display Metal full-rack receiver chassis with reinforced mounting ears and rear rack mount capability All transmitters offer rugged, ergonomic metal bodies, programmable features, soft-touch controls, and 10mW/35mW switchable RF power Backlit LCD displays on transmitters Locking battery door on UniPak body-pack transmitter All components store up to five preset configurations, with customized "names" if desired. Item #0012 Card Reader P2 Memory Drives High-speed 5-bay P2 drive, transferring video footage at 1Gbps and higher by utilizing the computers PCI Express bus. Specifically for use with non-linear editing systems, this drive can ingest all 5 P2 cards at once. When connected to either a MAC or PC the P2 cards will appear as one drive, making it extremely easy to browse through video footage. This direct-to-edit (DTE) approach saves time and money while eliminating cumbersome tape-based acquisition that can often lead to dropouts and time code errors. These MUST read the Panasonic P2 memory cards. Item #0013 Panasonic P2 Memory Cards P2 (P2 is a short form for "Professional Plug-In") is a professional digital recording solid-state memory storage media format introduced by Panasonic in 2004, and especially tailored to electronic news-gathering (ENG) applications. It features tapeless (non-linear) recording of DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO25, DVCPRO50, DVCPRO-HD, or AVC-Intra streams on a solid-state PRO VIDEO flash memory. • Reading of up to 2.0 Gbps due to compliance with the UHS-II • SD memory card standard for high-speed data transfer. • Highly reliable design inherited from the P2 card with features like RAID technology and an error correction function. • CPS (Content Protection System) for password protection. • High bending and twisting strength (200% that of the SD standard). • Easy management with a QR code for unique identification, a writable memo area, and a • P2 card sized case. • A function that informs the user when it is time to replace the card. *Precautions When Using SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards with the AJ-P2AD1G Memory Card Adapter • Only the DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO50, and AVC-Intra50 recording formats can be used when using the Memory Card Adapter on P2 Series products. Memory cards of Class 10 or higher are recommended, but recording may not be possible with some cards. • DVCPRO HD and AVC-intra100 cannot be used. • Memory card data capacity must be 4 GB or more and 128 GB or less. • Interval Rec, One-Shot Rec, Loop Rec, or One-Clip Rec cannot be used. • If the reading performance is insufficient during playback, frames might be skipped (Best-effort playback). • When copying clips that extend over two SDHC/SDXC memory cards onto another SDHC/SDXC memory card, the connecting relationship between the cards will not be saved. Under certain conditions, the connecting relationship between original and copied SDHC/SDXC memory cards is saved.

Deep Learning for Actionable Intelligence Discovery and Exploitation

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Material Command | Published August 11, 2015
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NAICS CODE: 541712 FEDERAL AGENCY NAME: Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, AFRL - Rome Research Site, AFRL/Information Directorate, 26 Electronic Parkway, Rome, NY, 13441-4514 BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) TITLE: Deep Learning for Actionable Intelligence Discovery and Exploitation BAA ANNOUNCEMENT TYPE: Initial announcement BAA NUMBER: BAA AFRL-RIK-2015-0014 CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE (CFDA) Number: 12.800 and 12.910 I. FUNDING OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION: The goal of this Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) is to develop and demonstrate a time-dominant data fusion and closed-loop Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) system for intelligence customers. The system will automate threat detection and classification with speed and precision and in a tactically relevant timeframe, automate the generation of in-mission intelligence reports, and be responsive to intelligence squadron needs. This announcement is for acquisition under the Neuromorphic Fusion of Timely Intelligence (NFTI) program. The first objective is to develop an Exploitation Cloud that is significantly, if not completely, insusceptible to agile threats that attempt to deceive our RF/SIGINT (Radio Frequency/Signal Intelligence) products which rely on time difference of arrival (TDOA) based information. The Exploitation Cloud will also be designed to combat advanced tactics in camouflage concealment & deception (CC&D). The second objective is to "Close the ISR Loop" by developing the Actionable Intelligence Discovery and Exploitation (AIDE) service on a modernized SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture). AIDE will be cognizant of intelligence squadron needs through Human Intelligence (HUMINT) analysis of former and current mission intelligence reports, as well as other contextual information such as analyst chat/chat logs. AIDE will have the capability to deliver new actionable intelligence from the Exploitation Cloud or open-source intelligence (OSINT). The system will automatically generate tactical and in-mission intelligence reports. Prioritization on the discovery and exploitation of additional intelligence pertaining to detected emerging threats can be automatic or managed by an analyst or squadron commander with human-system integration in mind. The final objective is to focus the advanced raw data fusion capability of the Exploitation Cloud on the collection and processing of both known and unanticipated threats by responding to the analyst and mission needs derived from the second objective. This final objective also serves to reduce the communications bandwidth required for raw data fusion by only transmitting data within the aerial network that is required for high priority intelligence gathering. The goal is to seamlessly and pervasively capture user and mission intelligence needs to limit additional analyst search/query tasks and manual intelligence report documentation. Focus areas of the BAA are as follows: 1) Closing the ISR Loop. This focus area seeks to develop the AIDE service which seamlessly and pervasively captures analyst intelligence need and can translate that need into the focused gathering from all available intelligence sources for the purposes of producing and providing additional actionable intelligence in a tactically relevant timeframe. AIDE should reason over unstructured text (OSINT, social media) and fused multi-source digital imagery data (such as Electro-Optical, Synthetic Aperture Radar, Infrared, and Hyperspectral) to automatically draft reports such as Intelligence Reports, Essential Elements of Information and In-Flight Reports for users, prioritize collection of sensing systems in the Exploitation Cloud, and potentially assist in Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace (IPB). Approaches should consider applying and extending recent advances in deep learning, such as convolutional neural networks with localized object detection and classification, scene understanding/image captioning, text analytics using symbolic statistical inference, natural language processing for intermediate metadata tagging of text, context generation and semantics, and recommendation systems. Solutions should consider implementing AIDE on high performance computing (HPC) architectures by leveraging general purpose graphics processing units (GPGPU) technology for imagery analytics, leveraging open-source frameworks for all necessary analytics, and be embedded in an SOA across many networked systems that exposes the intermediate components of AIDE to other services in the architecture. 2) Exploitation Cloud. This focus area seeks to develop technologies capable of discovering and detecting anticipated and unanticipated events or targets of interest and be able to characterize them under various difficult sensing conditions within an aerial network of platforms. Approaches should consider conditions with low probability of intercept, deceptive conditions, advanced electronic warfare, short up time emissions, poor environmental conditions, dynamic Radio Frequency characteristics, and others. The solutions should consider exploiting multiple hard ISR data sources jointly (multi-source, multi-intelligence fusion) in order to optimize discovery. Hard ISR data refers to target signature data that is sensed and digitally converted; examples include passive Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Radio Detection and Ranging (RADAR), Full Motion Video (FMV), imagery, and acoustical data. Jointly means that innovative methods should consider combining, or fusing, multiple modalities together in order to take advantage of inter-modal dependencies and phenomenology. In particular, developments that utilize upstream fusion of heterogeneous sensing data are of interest. Solutions to these objectives should consider advancements in machine learning as in focus area (1), as well as statistical and geometric data analysis approaches. An additional objective is to be able to distribute the algorithmic solutions amongst distributed sensing platforms but still maintain performance similar to that of centralized processing. Solutions must consider requirements for platform to platform communications and on-board computing requirements. II. AWARD INFORMATION: 1. FUNDING: Total funding for this BAA is approximately $9,900,000. The anticipated funding to be obligated under this BAA is broken out by fiscal year as follows: FY16 - $1,000,000; FY17 - $3,000,000; FY18 - $3,000,000; and FY19 - $2,900,000. Individual awards will not normally exceed 36 months with dollar amounts normally ranging from $100,000 to $1,000,000 per year. There is also the potential to make awards up to any dollar value. The Government reserves the right to select all, part, or none of the proposals received, subject to the availability of funds. All potential Offerors should be aware that due to unanticipated budget fluctuations, funding in any or all areas may change with little or no notice. 2. FORM. Awards of efforts as a result of this announcement will be in the form of contracts, grants, cooperative agreements or other transactions depending upon the nature of the work proposed. 3. BAA TYPE: This is a two-step open broad agency announcement. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. As STEP ONE - The Government is only soliciting white papers at this time. DO NOT SUBMIT A FORMAL PROPOSAL. Those white papers found to be consistent with the intent of this BAA may be invited to submit a technical and cost proposal, see Section VI of this announcement for further details regarding the proposal. III. ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION: All qualified offerors who meet the requirements of this BAA may apply. This BAA is closed to foreign participation at the Prime Contractor level. Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI) companies who have mitigated FOCI may inquire as to eligibility by contacting the contracting office focal point, Gail E. Marsh, Contracting Officer, telephone (315) 330-7518 or e-mail Gail.Marsh@us.af.mil for verification prior to submitting a white paper. Please reference BAA AFRL-RIK-2015-0014. IV. APPLICATION AND SUBMISSION INFORMATION: All responses to this announcement must be addressed to the Technical point of contact (POC) listed in SECTION VII. DO NOT send white papers to the Contracting Officer. 1. SUBMISSION DATES AND TIMES: It is recommended that white papers be received by the following dates to maximize the possibility of award: FY16 by 18 Sep 2015 FY17 by 06 May 2016 FY18 by 05 May 2017 FY19 by 04 May 2018 White papers will be accepted until 2 PM Eastern Time on 28 June 2019, but it is less likely that funding will be available in each respective fiscal year after the dates cited. This BAA will close on 30 September 2019. All offerors submitting white papers will be contacted by the technical POC, referenced in Section VII of this announcement. Offerors can email the technical POC for status of their white paper/proposal no earlier than 45 days after submission. 2. CONTENT AND FORMAT: Offerors are required to submit 3 copies of a 3 to 5 page white paper summarizing their proposed approach/solution. The purpose of the white paper is to preclude unwarranted effort on the part of an offeror whose proposed work is not of interest to the Government. The white paper will be formatted as follows: a. Section A: Title, Period of Performance, Estimated Cost, Name/Address of Company, Technical and Contracting Points of Contact (phone, fax and email)(this section is NOT included in the page count); b. Section B: Task Objective; and c. Section C: Technical Summary and Proposed Deliverables. All white papers/proposals shall be double spaced with a font no smaller than 12 point. In addition, respondents are requested to provide their Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) number, their Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, a fax number, an e-mail address, and reference BAA-AFRL-RIK-2015-0014 with their submission. Multiple white papers within the purview of this announcement may be submitted by each offeror. If the offeror wishes to restrict its white papers/proposals, they must be marked with the restrictive language stated in FAR 15.609(a) and (b). 3. HANDLING AND MAILING INSTRUCTIONS: a. CLASSIFICATION GUIDANCE. All Proposers should review the NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM OPERATING MANUAL, (NISPOM), dated February 2006 Incorporating Change 1 March 28, 2013, as it provides baseline standards for the protection of classified information and prescribes the requirements concerning Contractor Developed Information under paragraph 4-105. Defense Security Service (DSS) Site for the NISPOM is: http://www.dss.mil/. In the event of a possible or actual compromise of classified information in the submission of your white paper or proposal, immediately but no later than 24 hours, bring this to the attention of your cognizant security authority and AFRL Rome Research Site Information Protection Office (IPO): Vincent Guza 315-330-4048 0730-1630 Monday-Friday 315-330-2961 Evenings and Weekends Email: vincent.guza@us.af.mil b. CLASSIFIED SUBMISSIONS. AFRL/RITB will accept classified responses to this BAA when the classification is mandated by classification guidance provided by an Original Classification Authority of the U.S. Government, or when the offeror believes the work, if successful, would merit classification. Security classification guidance in the form of a DD Form 254 (DoD Contract Security Classification Specification) will not be provided at this time since AFRL is soliciting ideas only. Offerors that intend to include classified information or data in their white paper submission or who are unsure about the appropriate classification of their white papers should contact the technical point of contact listed in Section VII for guidance and direction in advance of preparation. c. MAILING INSTRUCTIONS. All mailed responses, unclassified/classified, to this announcement must be sent U.S. Postal Service, registered mail and addressed to AFRL/RITB, 525 Brooks Road, Rome NY 13441-4505, and reference BAA-AFRL-RIK-2015-0014. When mailing follow the directions regarding the number of copies required. Unclassified electronic submission to morgan.bishop.1@us.af.mil will also be accepted. Encrypt or password-protect all proprietary information prior to sending. Offerors are responsible to confirm receipt with the technical POC listed in Section VII. AFRL is not responsible for undelivered documents. If electronic submission is used, only one copy of the documentation is required. Questions can be directed to the technical POC listed in Section VII. 4. OTHER SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS/CONSIDERATIONS: a. COST SHARING OR MATCHING: Cost sharing is not a requirement. b. SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT (SAM). Offerors must be registered in the SAM database to receive a contract award, and remain registered during performance and through final payment of any contract or agreement. Processing time for registration in SAM, which normally takes forty-eight hours, should be taken into consideration when registering. Offerors who are not already registered should consider applying for registration before submitting a proposal. The provision at FAR 52.204-7, System for Award Management (Jul 2013) applies. c. EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION AND FIRST-TIER SUBCONTRACT/ SUBRECIPIENT AWARDS: Any contract award resulting from this announcement may contain the clause at FAR 52.204-10 - Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards. Any grant or agreement award resulting from this announcement may contain the award term set forth in 2 CFR, Appendix A to Part 25 which can be viewed at: http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=ecfr&sid=c55a4687d6faa13b137a26d0eb436edb&rgn=div5&view=text& node=2:1.1.1.41&idno=2#2:1.1.1.4.1.2.1.1 d. ALLOWABLE CHARGES: The cost of preparing white papers/proposals in response to this announcement is not considered an allowable direct charge to any resulting contract or any other contract, but may be an allowable expense to the normal bid and proposal indirect cost specified in FAR 31.205-18. Incurring pre-award costs for ASSISTANCE INSTRUMENTS ONLY are regulated by the DoD Grant and Agreements Regulations (DODGARS). e. GOVERNMENT APPROVED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM: An offeror must have a government approved accounting system prior to award of a cost-reimbursement contract per limitations set forth in FAR 16.301-3(a) to ensure the system is adequate for determining costs applicable to the contract. The acceptability of an accounting system is determined based upon an audit performed by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA). IMPORTANT: If you do not have a DCAA approved accounting system access the following link for instructions: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=1cffad228f48b58057072a6c9113799d&tab =core&_cview=1 V. APPLICATION REVIEW INFORMATION: 1. CRITERIA: The following criteria, which are in descending order of importance and will be used to determine whether white papers and proposals submitted are consistent with the intent of this BAA and of interest to the Government: a. Overall Scientific and Technical Merit -- The extent to which the offeror demonstrates the detailed approach, development, and testing of the proposed new technology to achieve relevant new capabilities and enhancements b. Related Experience - The extent to which the offeror demonstrates relevant technology and domain knowledge c. Openness, Maturity and Assurance of Solution - The extent to which existing capabilities and standards are leveraged and the relative maturity of the proposed technology d. Reasonableness and realism of proposed costs and fees (if any) No further evaluation criteria will be used in selecting white papers/proposals. White papers and proposals submitted will be evaluated as they are received. 2. REVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS: Only Government employees will evaluate the white papers/proposals for selection. The Air Force Research Laboratory's Information Directorate has contracted for various business and staff support services, some of which require contractors to obtain administrative access to proprietary information submitted by other contractors. Administrative access is defined as "handling or having physical control over information for the sole purpose of accomplishing the administrative functions specified in the administrative support contract, which do not require the review, reading, and comprehension of the content of the information on the part of non-technical professionals assigned to accomplish the specified administrative tasks." These contractors have signed general non-disclosure agreements and organizational conflict of interest statements. The required administrative access will be granted to non-technical professionals. Examples of the administrative tasks performed include: a. Assembling and organizing information for R&D case files; b. Accessing library files for use by government personnel; and c. Handling and administration of proposals, contracts, contract funding and queries. Any objection to administrative access must be in writing to the Contracting Officer and shall include a detailed statement of the basis for the objection. 3. ADEQUATE PRICE COMPETITION: The Government may simultaneously evaluate proposals received under this BAA with a common cutoff date for multiple offerors. In this case, the Government may make award based on adequate price competition, and offerors must be aware that there is a possibility of non-selection due to a proposal of similar but higher-priced technical approach as compared to another offeror. VI. STEP TWO INFORMATION - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL & AWARD: 1. AWARD NOTICES: Those white papers found to be consistent with the intent of this BAA may be invited to submit a technical and cost proposal. Notification by email or letter will be sent by the technical POC. Such invitation does not assure that the submitting organization will be awarded a contract. Those white papers not selected to submit a proposal will be notified in the same manner. Prospective offerors are advised that only Contracting Officers are legally authorized to commit the Government. For additional information, a copy of the AFRL "Broad Agency Announcement (BAA): Guide for Industry," Mar 2015, and Proposal Preparation Instructions, Dec 2014 may be accessed at: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=1cffad228f48b58057072a6c9113799d& tab=core&_cview=1 2. ADMINISTRATIVE AND NATIONAL POLICY REQUIREMENTS: Depending on the work to be performed, the offeror may require a Confidential, SECRET, TOP SECRET or TS/SCI facility clearance and safeguarding capability; therefore, personnel identified for assignment to a classified effort must be cleared for access to SECRET, TOP SECRET or TS/SCI information at the time of award. In addition, the offeror may be required to have, or have access to, a certified and Government-approved facility to support work under this BAA. This acquisition may involve data that is subject to export control laws and regulations. Only contractors who are registered and certified with the Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS) at http://www.dlis.dla.mil/jcp/ and have a legitimate business purpose may participate in this solicitation. For questions, contact DLIS on-line at http://www.dlis.dla.mil/jcp or at the DLA Logistics Information Service, 74 Washington Avenue North, Battle Creek, Michigan 49037-3084, and telephone number 1-800-352-3572. You must submit a copy of your approved DD Form 2345, Militarily Critical Technical Data Agreement, with your white paper/proposal. 3. DATA RIGHTS: a. SBIR RIGHTS. The potential for inclusion of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or data rights other than unlimited on awards is recognized. In accordance with (IAW) the Small Business Administration (SBA) SBIR Policy Directive, Section 8(b), SBIR data rights clauses are non-negotiable and must not be the subject of negotiations pertaining to an award, or diminished or removed during award administration. Issuance of an award will not be made conditional based on forfeit of data rights. If the SBIR awardee wishes to transfer its SBIR data rights to the Air Force or to a third party, it must do so in writing under a separate agreement. A decision by the awardee to relinquish, transfer, or modify in any way its SBIR data rights must be made without pressure or coercion by the agency or any other party. b. NON-SBIR RIGHTS. Non-SBIR data rights less than unlimited will be evaluated and negotiated on a case-by-case basis. Government Purpose Rights are anticipated for data developed with DoD-reimbursed Independent Research and Development (IR&D) funding. 4. REPORTING: Once a proposal has been selected for award, offerors will be given complete instructions on the submission process for the reports. 5. SUPPLY CHAIN RISK: The provision at DFARS 252.239-7017, Notice of Supply Chain Risk (Nov 2013) applies. 6. GRANT AWARDS ONLY: For efforts proposed as grant awards, offerors must provide an abstract in their proposal (not to exceed one page) that is publicly releasable and that describes - in terms the public may understand - the project or program supported by the grant. The DoD will publically post the abstract to comply with Section 8123 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2015 (Pub. L. 113-235). VII. 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WIRELESS OUTDOOR CPE WITH PoE, MODEL: DWL 2700AP. MAKE: D-LINK OR SIMILAR. Specification: 2.4 GHz FREQUENCY, SIGNAL RATE: 11g 54 Mbps Max , RECEPTION SENSITIVITY: 802.11g 54 M: 76dBm Max , Wireless Mode: AP/CLIENT/WDS BRIDGE/ REPEATER MODE. PORT: 1 10/100, 12 dBi DPD ANTENNA, 12 VDC/ 1.0A.

Ministry of Railways | Published March 18, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
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For complete description and other details, please refer to tender document.

59--High Level Very Low Frequency Signal Sources and Accessories

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 8, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
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Award.