Radar webcast DSP experts from Mercury Computer Systems to be held this week on June 2 at 3 pm Est. on www.milaero.com

NASHUA, N.H. 31 May 2011. Experts from Mercury Computer Systems in Chelmsford, Mass., are presenting a webcast on "Next Generation Building Blocks for Multi-function, Multi-mode Radar Applications" on June 2 at 11 am EDT on the Military & Aerospace Electronics website -- www.milaero.com. The event will cover current trends in DSP subsystems for radar; the application of the latest technologies in processors -- CPU and GPGPU -- and sensor I/O; and case studies of successful programs based on shipboard and ground-based radar platforms.

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Posted by John McHaleNASHUA, N.H. 31 May 2011. Experts from Mercury Computer Systems in Chelmsford, Mass., are presenting a webcast on "Next Generation Building Blocks for Multi-function, Multi-mode Radar Applications" on June 2 at 11 am EDT on the Military & Aerospace Electronics website -- www.milaero.com. The event will cover current trends in DSP subsystems for radar; the application of the latest technologies in processors -- CPU and GPGPU -- and sensor I/O; and case studies of successful programs based on shipboard and ground-based radar platforms.To register click here.Speakers from Mercury include: Steve Patterson, vice president, defense product management; German Linares, senior manager of systems engineering; and Anne Mascarin, solution marketing manager. John Keller, editorial director of Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine will moderate the event.The webcast is sponsored by Mercury Computer Systems.For more information, visit http://www.militaryaerospace.com/index/webcasts/webcast-display/0899207255/webcasts/military-aerospace-electronics/live-events/next-generation_building.html.
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