The modernization of our defense systems is paramount to national priorities. Capabilities that will drive next-generation multi-domain systems, including radar, electronic warfare, communications, space and effector-based systems, are vital to getting ahead of global national security challenges.
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Emerging FPGA architectures combine advanced RF converters and high-performance processing engines in a single package. Learn how to apply these devices to increase the effectiveness of EW systems.
This article discusses a new generation of “Direct RF” data converters, revolutionizing system architectures across a wide class of platform applications and radio bands.
Image processing technology allows military aircraft to operate in past prohibited areas. Multi-sensor systems allow aircraft to operate in smoke, fog, snow, and heavy rain environments.
By integrating commercially developed processing and high-speed digitization at chip scale, new microelectronic devices are poised to accelerate the latest defense applications.
Disaggregating processing is now enabling low-latency, network-attached everything at the edge with high-speed Ethernet connectivity, from GPU servers to NVMe-over-fabric storage devices.
Tom Smelker, VP and GM of Mercury Microsystems, talks with 3DIncites on The Importance of Building Trusted and Secure Microelectronics.
Tom Smelker, VP & GM of Mercury Microelectronics, discusses the company's new RFS1140 RF system-in-package as well as its broader involvement with the U.S. Navy's SHIP project.
Executive Interview with Roger Wells, EVP and President, Mercury Microelectronics, by Gary Lerude, Microwave Journal
Radio frequency (RF) and microwave technology used in the military is everevolving and necessarily acclimating to the congested digital battlefield...
Mercury Systems is partnering with Intel to develop high-performance, ruggedized, and secure edge computing solutions that enable mission-critical applications in the harshest environments.
SBIR-to-transition successes include the Joint Avionics Reconfigurable Virtual Information System (JARVIS) mission computer and the Digital Data Set (DDS) Systems for the Navy's T-45, read more-