Mercury Systems Receives $6.7M Order for Naval Electronic Warfare Application

Council member Mercury Systems recently announced its receipt of a $6.7 million integrated subsystems order from a leading defense prime contractor for a naval electronic warfare (EW) application.

The EW application will include custom-engineered, high-performance subsystems with integrated radio frequency and digital microelectronics. Mercury Systems continues to lead the industry in the development and commercialization of EW products, which are built for ground, sea, and airborne applications. These products are also constructed to withstand harsh environmental conditions by integrating analog and digital technologies, which not only reduce risk, but also provide an affordable path for improvement in the future.

Neal Austin, Vice President and General Manager of Mercury’s Embedded Sensor Processing Group, said, “Receiving this order from our valued customer exemplifies Mercury’s market-leading position in the design and manufacturing of affordable microelectronics solutions spanning the RF and digital domains. We are fully committed to supporting the U.S. warfighter with commercial innovations delivering critical electronic warfare information required to make timely and accurate operational decisions.”

The NEC congratulates Mercury Systems’ on their continued success and their dedication to supporting our nation’s defense systems.

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