When it comes to pioneering an entirely new business model for Defence Electronics Systems, Mercury Systems seems to be at forefront.
On 26th June 2019 Mercury Systems made an announcement that it has received an additional amount of $16 million in order to provide Digital RF Memory Jammers to US Navy under a five year sole source basic ordering agreement. The announcement of this additional amount received is follow-on of previously announced $152 million by Mercury Systems. The orders have been received in the fourth quarter of company’s 2019 fiscal year and are expected to be delivered in the upcoming quarters.
These Jammers are SWaP optimized i.e. the systems provide a perfect blend when it comes to simultaneously meeting the stringent requirements of size, weight and power constraints, unique to the airborne pod-based solutions. Mercury Systems based Jammers leverages decades of DFRM technology development & proven techniques of electronic attacks. In addition, their systems consist of custom made RF components.
Both the design and manufacturing teams working at Mercury Systems are committed to meet the continuously growing demand for mission critical components employed by U.S military electronic warfare training as well as test programs. Mercury systems is bent on to develop innovative solutions that not only meet the essential requirements of current DRFM technology, but also sets stage for the development of next generation of advanced DFRM systems providing more flexible & dynamic capabilities to address an even more broader system portfolio and to meet far more complex electronic warfare concept of operations.