The defense electronics market encompasses a significant range of environments — touching every corner of the globe and the atmosphere’s edge — from fixed installations with conditioned air environments, to mobile deployment in extreme temperature environments. Learn how Mercury uses varied manufacturing and design approaches to build products with multiple degrees of enhanced durability to operate under extreme environmental conditions, including repeated temperature cycling over wide temperature ranges. Requirements and best practices have been accumulated over dozens of military and avionics programs, resulting in a best-in-class set of design rules and manufacturing process called modified off-the-shelf (MOTS).
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