High-performance, ruggedized spectrum processing solution for radar threat mitigation
As new threats enter the electronic warfare spectrum, subsystems need to be ready to operate efficiently without losing reliability. Leveraging the Rappid platform, Mercury’s MPS1202 offers a tactical solution for system development and sustainment in a small rugged form factor. The MPS1202 is a ruggedized microwave and digital processing subsystem designed to operate in the most demanding environments. Measuring only 7″L x 6″W x 7.62″H, the MPS1202 packs massive RF, FPGA and CPU processing for its size.
- Full environmental sealing for ruggedization
- SWaP-focused design
- 4-slot conduction-cooled enclosure for 3U modules
- Application-ready firmware and software
BUILT FOR EVERY INHOSPITABLE CORNER OF THE GLOBE
Rapid Application Delivery and Sustainment
Leveraging an open spectrum processing development platform, our middleware library reduces system development time by providing out-of-the-box functionality for applications like VITA49-compliant software-defined radio and other modules.
- Two channels, 2 GHz IBW, RF coverage from 2 to 18 GHz
- Powerful FPGA, CPU, and RF processing
- Flight-ready, conduction cooled packaging and less than 20 pounds
- Designed to MIL-STD-810F, DO-160E and MIL-STD-461E standards
RFM3202 Microwave Transceiver
- 2 to 18 GHz
- 2 GHz bandwidth
- Two independent channels (2 Rx and 2 Tx)
- Phase coherent
DCM3220 FPGA Transceiver
- Ultrascale Plus VU7P
- Zynq ZU11EG
LDS3517 Single Board Computer
- 8-Core Intel Xeon D processor
- Ultrascale KU095
- 16 GB DDR4 memory
App-Based Electronic Warfare
Delivering the first open spectrum processing development platform
Accelerate system development and deployment with the Rappid application-ready platform. Mercury combines open software, open firmware and open hardware to reinvent the way electronic warfare systems are built, maintained and upgraded.
OPEN SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES
Accelerate Technology Adoption from RF to Digital
The pace of today's technology development means the traditional approach of custom-designed components, modules and subsystems is too slow. By adopting a modular open systems architecture approach (MOSA), we deliver the latest capabilities at the speed of relevance.