Microwave tuners for SIGINT and RF testing applications in harsh environments introduced by Mercury Systems

Nov. 4, 2020
This solution is small enough to fit in a backpack, and delivers agile RF capabilities to signal capture and processing systems in the field.

ANDOVER, Mass. – Mercury Systems Inc. in Andover, Mass., is introducing the TAC-3290 family of adaptive microwave tuners that brings broadband RF to aerospace, defense, and public safety users operating in harsh environments.

The TAC-3290 deliver multi-mission operation to applications like signals intelligence (SIGINT) and radio frequency (RF) testing.

The compact and rugged design brings fast data processing to tactical operations in harsh environments while the flexible architecture increases digitizer compatibility eliminating complex and expensive system upgrades.

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"By replacing racks of application-specific equipment with a flexible solution small enough to fit in a backpack, the TAC-3290 delivers agile RF capabilities to signal capture and processing systems in the field," says Neal Austin, vice president and general manager of mixed-signal technology at Mercury Systems.

The TAC-3290 series brings rackmount converter technology to a small form factor. Typical frequency converters receive signals in a pre-determined bandwidth, yet applications like SIGINT and spectrum management must operate on a wide range of varying signals. The TAC-3290 series resolves this mismatch by enabling the converters to adapt in real time to match the signals of interest.

For more information contact Mercury Systems online at www.mrcy.com.

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