Increased Target Selectivity Harpoon Seeker
During the Phase I baseline SBIR contract Mustang has shown that with a new innovative hardware architecture, the 25-year old seeker mode control board functionality can be affordably replicated using 67% less circuit board area and 67% less power. This new innovative architecture will provide room, power, and cooling needed to expand the Seeker-GCU interface, thus enabling the GCU to process target selection algorithms. During SBIR N102-131 Phase II, Mustang, acting as the prime contractor, in conjunction with Raytheon and Boeing will demonstrate that increased target selectivity functionality can be put into the existing Harpoon 3700-4 Seeker with only minor, low risk, hardware and software updates.
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Mustang Technology Group, L.P.
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