While virtually all electronic defense systems require digital signal processing, many operate at RF frequencies up to 18 GHz or more. Digitizing such signals traditionally required a local oscillator, a mixer, and multiple filters to translate the analog RF frequency to a lower IF frequency suitable for an ADC. In this interview, Rodger Hosking, Director of Sales, Mercury Systems, Inc. and Aerospace & Defense Technology discuss a new generation of “Direct RF” data converters that can now digitize RF signal frequencies as high as 38 GHz, revolutionizing system architectures across a wide class of platform applications and radio bands.
Mercury and other industry experts discuss radar innovations, accelerating mission success with proven comm...
This webinar talks about the advantages of direct RF compared with traditional superheterodyne systems, where it is today and its technology roadmap, and its possibilities for the embedded industry.
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.
Mercury and other industry experts discuss radar innovations, accelerating mission success with proven commercial technologies, and meeting the most demanding processing requirements.
This white paper describes next generation direct RF to redefine what’s possible in radar and software radio, from jamming to electronic intelligence to significant bandwidth performance.
Direct RF technology disrupts traditional acquisition techniques, delivering huge speed and processing advancements. Learn how direct RF affects the world of EW, radar and signal intelligence.
Mercury's Rodger Hosking joins David Tremper, Director, Acquisition Integration and Interoperability, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense (OUSD) and industry experts for the MOSA virtual summit.
Join Mercury's Bob Sgandurra, Senior Principal Product Manager, to discuss some of the latest and most advanced enabling technologies for EW today and what is expected in the future.
Mercury supports the most critical application development with signal chain solutions from a single vendor that can be integrated with interchangeable tuners, data acquisition cards and recorder...
Today's pace of technology development means the traditional approach of custom-designed modules and subsystems is too slow, but Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) approaches can deliver on...
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.
SWaP-optimized and ruggedized for operation in harsh environments, learn how Mercury ’s ACAP-based solutions will bring new levels of application capability to the tactical edge.
COTS Software Defined Radio for 5G Development
AMD'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
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.
You can’t open an industry magazine or visit a website without seeing news about SOSA, open standards and their adoption. Read more about SOSA - its origins, benefits and what's next.
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
Discover the perfect platform for integrating Mercury's RFSoC-based Quartz products with other third-party content, such chassis and backplane, 40 GbE switch, SBC and chassis manager.
The Open Group Sensor Open System Architecture, known as the SOSA™ Technical Standard, applies a modular open systems approach (MOSA) to high-performance defense sensor systems such as radar, electron