User manual | Orbital ATK AN/GYQ-79A CMBRE Fact Sheet

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CMBRE is a common piece of support equipment used to interface with weapon systems to initiate Built-In-Test (BIT),
report BIT results, and upload/download flight software. CMBRE represents the first munitions support equipment
developed as a “common” system for multiple munitions platforms.

Common Munitions Bit /Reprogramming Equipment

CMBRE Applications

Preflight check

Periodic maintenance checks

Loading munitions Operational Flight Program (OFP) data

Loading munitions mission planning data

Loading munitions Global Positioning System (GPS) data (crypto keys)

Declassification of munitions memory

Supported Systems

JDAM, JSOW, WCMD, MALD, JASSM, PAVEWAY, SLAM-ER, DMLGB, AARGM, AMRAAM, AIM-9X, SDB, BRU-61,
FLM and others.

CMBRE

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AN/GYQ-79A CMBRE Product Improvements
Miniature munitions/store interface

IEEE 802.3 10/100BaseT/Tx Ethernet

Enhanced bit rate 1553

Improved data throughput

New keyboard and pointing device

Color display

Two USB ports

Windows XP® embedded with dual boot capabilities
CMBRE Environmental Design

High/low temperature (per MIL-T-28800E, 20°C to 55°C)

Humidity (per MIL-T-28800E, 95% RH operating)

Solar radiation (per MIL-STD-810)

Vibration and transit drop and loose cargo (per MIL-T-28800E)

Shock (per MIL-S-901 Navy High Impact Shock)

Explosive atmosphere (per MIL -STD-810)

Sand, dust, and salt atmosphere (per MIL-T-28800E)

Watertight and splashproof (per MIL-T-28800E)

Acoustical noise (per MIL-T-28800E)

Electromagnetic interference (EMI)/electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
(per MIL-STD-461D Navy Surface Ship Above Deck)

Altitude (per MIL-T-28800E)

Hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordnance (HERO) certified

Approved for Public Release

Office of Security Review

Department of Defense

Reference Number: 09-S-1 493

Dated: May 8, 2009

For information contact: Orbital ATK Defense Electronic Systems
P.O. Box 4648
Clearwater, FL 33758-4648
Tel 727-572-2516
E-mail [email protected]

Common Munitions Bit/Reprogramming Equipment

Test Adapter Unit (Case No. 1)
Size 22 in. (L) x 18 in. (W) x 13 in. (H)
560mm (L) x 460mm (W) x 330mm (H)
Weight 42 lb (19 kg)

Controller (Case No. 2)

Size 18 in. (L) x 17 in. (W) x 15 in. (H)

460mm (L) x 430mm (W) x 380mm (H)

Weight 46 lb (21 kg)

Accessories (Case No. 3)
Size 18 in. (L) x 17 in. (W) x 15 in. (H)
460mm (L) x 430mm (W) x 380mm (H)
Weight 39 lb (18 kg)

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Key Features

  • Miniature munitions/store interface
  • IEEE 802.3 10/100BaseT/Tx Ethernet
  • Enhanced bit rate 1553
  • Improved data throughput
  • New keyboard and pointing device
  • Color display
  • Two USB ports
  • Windows XP® embedded with dual boot capabilities

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is CMBRE?
CMBRE is a Common Munitions Bit/Reprogramming Equipment, a common piece of support equipment that interfaces with weapon systems to initiate Built-In-Test (BIT), report BIT results, and upload/download flight software.
What weapon systems does CMBRE support?
CMBRE supports a range of weapon systems, including JDAM, JSOW, WCMD, MALD, JASSM, PAVEWAY, SLAM-ER, DMLGB, AARGM, AMRAAM, AIM-9X, SDB, BRU-61, FLM, and others.
What are the environmental design specifications for CMBRE?
CMBRE is designed to withstand a wide range of environmental conditions, including high and low temperatures, humidity, solar radiation, vibration, shock, explosive atmosphere, sand, dust, salt atmosphere, and watertight and splashproof conditions. It also meets EMI/EMC standards and is HERO certified.

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