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Mercury Releases DRF2580 Direct RF FPGA System on Module

Mercury DRF2580
Written by Kirsten Campbell

Detect and process adversary emissions from a wide portion of the electromagnetic spectrum

Combining high-speed data conversion with advanced digital signal processing, the Mercury Processing Platform provides the wide bandwidth and low latency needed to detect and track transient signals in today’s complex communications environment.

Using a flexible system-on-module approach, the DRF2580 A/D and D/A module enables deployment of direct RF functionality in a range of standard and custom form factors to meet application-specific needs.

  • Fast direct digitization across the spectrum. Wide bandwidth and low-latency A/D to D/A processing path allows larger portions of the RF spectrum to be captured, processed, and transmitted efficiently and expediently.
  • SWaP-optimized for deployment flexibility. A 2.5″ x 3.5″ footprint provides constrained environments the freedom to expand capabilities.
  • Edge ready:
    • Powered by Intel® Agilex® 9 SoC FPGA 
    • 16 GBytes DDR4 SDRAM
    • Four 64 GSPS A/D and D/A converters 
    • Communication receiver and transmitter
    • Electronic Warfare transponder 
    • Additional form factors: custom, SOSA aligned 3U VPX, PCIe, and small form factor enclosures
    • Navigator® BSP and FPGA Design Kit for software and custom IP development

Mercury | mrcy.com

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Mercury Releases DRF2580 Direct RF FPGA System on Module

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