Mercury Systems Nets $3.1M Order for High-Performance Digital Signal Processing Modules for SAR Application


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Mercury Systems, Inc., leading high-tech commercial provider of more affordable, secure and sensor processing subsystems powering today's critical defense and intelligence applications, announced it received a $3.1 million follow-on order from a leading defense prime contractor for high-performance digital signal processing modules for an unmanned airborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) application. The order was booked in the Company's fiscal 2015 fourth quarter and is expected to be shipped by its fiscal 2016 fourth quarter.

"Our commitment to delivering innovative building blocks that provide superior value and performance across generations of applications has proved essential to the success of our long-standing relationship with this defense contractor," said Didier Thibaud, President of Mercury's Commercial Electronics business unit. "Mercury's advanced, highly reliable signal processing systems continue to be a critical element in SAR programs that deliver high resolution actionable data."

For more information on Mercury Systems, visit www.mrcy.com or contact Mercury at (866) 627-6951 or info@mrcy.com.

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Mercury Systems is the better alternative for affordable, secure and sensor processing subsystems designed and made in the USA. Optimized for program and mission success, Mercury's solutions power a wide variety of critical defense and intelligence applications on more than 300 programs such as Aegis, Patriot, SEWIP, F-35 and Gorgon Stare. Headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, Mercury Systems is a high-tech commercial company purpose-built to meet rapidly evolving next-generation defense electronics challenges. To learn more, visit www.mrcy.com.

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