With technical competencies including RF circuit design, dense packaging and direct digitization, Mercury has the right transceiver for your secure application. Our microwave converters offer performance above Ka-band with a wide IBW and our digital transceivers incorporate the latest in commercial ADC, DAC and FPGA technology. When your application calls for a custom-designed frequency conversion solution, our experienced team of engineers is ready to help you define the specifications and execute on the design.
Along with the warm weather and long days, summer means a new group of co-ops. Here at Mercury Systems, whe...
Military Embedded Systems Deep Dive Podcast: Mercury Systems' FPGA single-board computers, data-acquisition boards, recording systems, and other products for radar, signals intelligence (SIGINT)
It’s finally here. Trusted, onshore 2.5D custom microelectronics. Listen as Tom Smelker, VP and general manager, Microsystems, discusses Mercury’s collaboration with semiconductor partners to...
An overview of Mercury’s broad RF, microwave and mixed-signal solutions including compact components and highly integrated, modular assemblies.
From the proliferation of smart phones to the introduction of self-driving cars, the last decade has brought sweeping technological advances across all industries.
In order to minimize cost and time-to-market, the hardware must be flexible and modular. To address this emerging-need, we have developed a multi-channel, coherent system architecture.
Microwave Journal: Optimize the IF from mission to mission
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.
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.
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.
To address emerging electronic warfare (EW) threats, which are becoming increasingly more agile and moving up the spectrum, radio frequency (RF) and microwave component designs are also evolving.
SOSA can provide the balance between plug-and-play and secure sustainability for multiple devices to work together seamlessly. This new technology architecture can save time, reduce SWaP, and...
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.
GaN-based power amplifiers are ideal choice when your program requires high power, at high frequencies and in a small space.
Maximizing FPGA processing and channel density in SWaP-constrained EW applications through accurate thermal modeling.
IF Processing and Direct Conversion product family guide. These solutions enable the real-time digitization and processing of complex signals using the most advanced ADS, DAC and FPGA technology.
Along with the warm weather and long days, summer means a new group of co-ops. Here at Mercury Systems, where innovation drives each subsequent generation of new products, we depend on our...
In this series of blog posts I will explore various topics in the growing space that is the intersection of the commercial communications industry and the RF/Microwave defense industry. Gone are...
Whether you application demands space-level reliability for RF components or storage devices, we have the design, manufacturing and test expertise to deliver the right solution.
Let’s start with the traditional approach. After spending the morning helping production with some tuning on an amplifier, you finally start reading through the 120-page RFP, SCD, and SOW for the...
During a Saturday afternoon of closet organizing, I found my first laptop from 2002—a Dell Inspiron 8200. I remember paying a premium—over $2,000 I think—for the Pentium 4 processor and the 256MB...