The Future of Direct RF And Its Impact on Technology Roadmaps and Architectures

Explore the future landscape of Direct RF technology and its profound impact on radar, electronic warfare, and communications systems architecture in our upcoming seminar, as we dissect A/D and D/A roadmaps, integrated solutions, and high-speed data processing solutions.

This webinar was originally held on April 23rd, 2024, and is now available for on demand viewing. 

Duration: 1 hour

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Direct RF is quickly becoming the technology of choice for radar, electronic warfare, and communications. As direct RF continues to evolve, it will shape the architecture of our current and future RF acquisition, processing, and RF generation systems. 

In this seminar, the third in a series of three, we’ll look at where direct RF is going in the future. We’ll review A/D and D/A roadmaps, integrated solutions technology, approaches for high-speed data movement, and processing solutions required to match the high-bandwidth data common with direct RF converters.


Bob Sgandurra
Director of Product Management
Mercury Systems

Robert Sgandurra serves as Director of Product Management at Mercury. He is responsible for product definition, and direction of the Mixed Signal product line including FPGA processing, direct RF, data acquisition, and software products. Previously, he spent seven years in the medical electronics industry where he designed and managed projects for ultrasound imaging. Robert joined Pentek, now part of Mercury, in 1994, working as an application engineer and system integrator where he concentrated his efforts on solving customer’s real-time technical requirements. In 1997, he took on the responsibility of product manager. He holds a BSCS from the New York Institute of Technology.

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