Microwave Journal

Mercury to showcase innovative solutions at upcoming SOFIC and IMS conferences

May 16, 2016

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.

To learn more, visit www.mrcy.com.