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Electronic warfare for NRL to be developed by Mercury Systems - News

February 12, 2013
CHELMSFORD, MA. Officials at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Tactical Electronic Warfare Division (TEWD) selected Mercury Systems to supply advanced mixed signal digital receivers for prototype electronic warfare uses on airborne and surface shipboard applications. The award is a 3-year indefinite quantity/indefinite delivery (IDIQ) contract potentially worth as much $16.7 million.

MOSA provides cost savings, performance, flexibility for EW digital receivers - Story

February 11, 2013
The use of a Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA) can provide cost savings, and performance and upgrade flexibility gains, in digital receiver designs for use in Electronic Warfare (EW). Some approaches to employing MOSA in digital receivers are illustrated, as well as the benefits achieved.

Mercury Computer Systems now called Mercury Systems - News

November 13, 2012
CHELMSFORD, MA. Officials at Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. announced that the company is changing its name to Mercury Systems, Inc. , effective immediately. Other changes include a new logo and website in an effort to rebrand the company.

Mercury solution delivers sensor data directly to coprocessors for electronic warfare applications - News

May 11, 2012
CHELMSFORD, Mass. Engineers at Mercury Computer Systems, Inc., are leveraging technology from NVIDIA for a new product called StreamDirect, that is designed for sensor applications that require significant amounts of signal processing. StreamDirect essentially is an efficient way to deliver streams of sensor data directly to specialized coprocessors such as general purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs).

Raytheon Advanced Distributed Aperture System to use Mercury processing systems - News

May 01, 2012
CHELMSFORD, Mass. Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) officials selected Mercury Computer Systems to provide an advanced sensor processing subsystem for Raytheon?s Multi-function Image Processor (MIP Application-Ready Subsystem (ARS) as well as integration services for Raytheon?s Advanced Distributed Aperture System (ADAS).

New demands on ISR require new technologies and systems - Story

June 20, 2011
Defense prime contractors building highly advanced systems for the DoD are facing the perfect storm of challenges: enemy threats that require highly sophisticated and advanced technology in ISR systems coupled with Defense Acquisition Reform (DAR) guidelines that demand shared risk and the delivery of better solutions, faster and for less money. To weather this storm requires an entirely new, open standards based, approach.