Mercury Systems Inc. announced that it will showcase its innovative solutions at two events next week, the 2016 SOFIC (Special Operations Forces Industry Conference), May 23-26 in Tampa, Fla., and the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in San Francisco, Calif., May 24-26.
SOFIC provides a forum for military, including partner nations, government, academia, and industry stakeholders to network and discuss how to best support global SOF in today’s environment. Mercury(Booth #1149) will feature its rugged, SWaP-optimized electronic systems that address mission requirements for EW, SIGINT and situational awareness applications. These include a lightweight mobile SIGINT solution for either ground-based or airborne payloads featuring direction finding (DF) capabilities and Digital RF Memory (DRFM)-based systems for EW protection, compact, high performance SIGINT sensor payload for modern and traditional signals, software-defined DRFM-based subsystems for EW applications and secure storage and memory solutions that are made in America from a trusted supply chain.
IMS is the premier annual international meeting for technologists involved in all aspects of microwave theory and practice. Mercury (Booth #630) will be exhibiting its expanded capabilities in the RF/microwave (RF/M) and digitization space including new capabilities in RF/M, SSDs, direct digitization, and memory and dense packaging technologies. In addition, Mercury will feature advanced digitization techniques, ruggedized digital RF memory (DRFMs) for deployed EW applications and OpenRFM, a proposed standard for RF integrated microwave assemblies.
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