We all know of large, precision-guided weapons. Weighing in at about 3,000 pounds and with a unit price over $1M, the latest generation cruise missiles can be launched from the safety of a ship and travel over 1,000 miles with the necessary precision to minimize collateral damage. These missiles include advanced electronics such as datalinks, radar altimeters, inertial guidance, and digital processing. While they represent the culmination of decades long technology development, an emerging need for smaller precision-guided munitions is forcing the defense electronics industry to find novel ways of building extremely compact, but also modular, systems. Developing a precision-guided capability small enough to fit into a munition that weighs less than 0.1% of a cruise missile, all for a fraction of the cost, requires a new approach built from the ground up.
Online panel discussions regarding the future of radar in the defense community.
COTS Software Defined Radio for 5G Development
Xilinx's new RFSoC brings a powerful and unique solution for addressing some of the most demanding requirements of high bandwidth and high channel count systems.
Development Tactics and Techniques for Small Form Factor RF Signal Recorders
Recording solutions accelerate system development, performance and deployment. Capturing RF signals with precise timing over long sessions is both a necessity and a challenge for success.
Optimized to solve the most advanced radar, cognitive EW and AI challenges, learn how Mercury ’s ACAP-engineer-to-engineer designer’s journey is intended to assist other development teams as they
Use the latest technology that allow real-time recording systems to keep up with the ever-increasing speed requirements of wide-bandwidth data capture in modern military systems.
Using technologies like high-bandwidth memory, high-bit-rate optical interfaces and gigabit serial protocols to address processing and memory demands in modern military systems
Bringing trust and supply chain security to the latest commercial semiconductor solutions requires innovation at chip scale. High density 2.5D system-in-package technology solves industry challenges.
Heterogeneous 2.5D system-in-package (SiP) technology is proving to be an excellent match for sensor-edge processing requirements, integrating high-performance chiplets to support direct digitization.
In this webinar, we discuss four decades of innovative 2D and 2.5D microelectronics packaging and integration, then review the latest trends in microelectronics.
Mercury Systems is a next-generation defense electronics company making commercial technologies profoundly more accessible to aerospace and defense. Watch the interactive virtual conversation with...
Our latest innovation is game-changing. Our proven microelectronics and trusted manufacturing processes when applied to chiplets will bring cutting-edge commercial silicon technology to the DOD.
We leverage HD 2.5D system-in-package technology, custom silicon interposers, 2D die stacking integration, leading semiconductor manufacturers, and trusted manufacturing in harsh environments.
In this episode, podcast host Ken Miller sits with Dr. William Conley, Chief Technology Officer and discuss how Microelectronics holds significant importance to EMSO.
By working at the chip level and leveraging new 2.5D system-in-package capabilities, designers can combine complex semiconductor dies into a single component while maintaining trust and security.
At the epicenter of modern 3D and 2.5D package design is through-silicon-via (TSV) technology. TSVs facilitate the vertical integration of multiple die.
As the DoD shifts to a new paradigm for future modernization, see how Mercury Systems is collaborating with our semiconductor partners to make the most advanced commercial microelectronics...
As the Pentagon continues to make microelectronics modernization a number-one priority in light of COVID-19, Mercury Systems CEO Mark Aslett shares his thoughts about the importance of addressing...
As technology scales, traditional AI processing in facilities away from the battlefield is no longer a solution. Mercury Systems is using new 2.5D SiP technology to enable edge processing...