Sensor Processing Chain

Mercury Defense Systems
10855 Business Center Dr.
Building A
Contact Us Cypress, CA 90630
(714) 898-8200

Mercury Defense Systems develops systems and subsystems for RF countermeasures, SIGINT, EO/IR dense image processing, and radar testing.  We provide customers with low-risk, high-performance solutions -- in the shortest amount of time -- by combining our many years of domain experience with the engineering expertise of Mercury Commercial Electronics.  Our robust, systems-engineering approach ensures accurate interpretation of program requirements and a deep understanding of the customer application.  Our certified Quality Management System ensures delivery of reliable, maintainable products with low lifecycle costs.

News, Events, Webcasts

» Mercury Systems Receives $3.9M Initial Contract Award from US Navy for DRFM Jammers
» Mercury Systems Receives $1.6M in Multiple Orders for Radar Environment Simulation Systems  
» Mercury Defense Systems to Supply RF Environment Simulators to NATO Allies 

An Innovation That Matters

To address VPX interoperability concerns, Mercury took the lead in forming the OpenVPX specification standard. More 



Electronic Warfare

Our RF countermeasure products span over 25 years of experience producing DRFM based ECM technique generation for tactical, testing, and training applications. These flight qualified systems represent the industry standard for capability and reliability. More 


Signals Intelligence

Mercury Defense Systems has recently developed a high performance SIGINT payload for small UAS platforms. These systems provide signal capture and direction finding (DF) in a low SWAP-C package for cross-cueing existing imaging sensors. More 



Mercury Defense Systems produces the most powerful onboard UAV processor systems for real time Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) EO/IR data processing. These systems digest multiple simultaneous image sources to produce imagery for storage and exploitation. More 

Test & Simulation

Our radar test products provide simulated RF returns to exercise active radar sensors including fire control, surveillance, guidance, imaging, proximity, fuses, and altimeters. These simulator systems are deployed in laboratories and test ranges around the world. More