The $58 million contract for additional improvements covers the replacement of programmable signal processors (PSPs), which process returning radar signals; incorporation into the PSP of the functions of two pieces of current hardware (the signal preprocessor and the pulse compression unit), and replacement of the copper wiring of the workstation network with a high- capacity switch and fiber optic cables.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Programmable Signal Processor
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Professional Services Partner (various companies)
- Professional Skills Program
- Professional Speaker Program
- Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division (Association of American Publishers)
- Proficiency Sample Program (engineering)
- Profit Sharing Plan
- Program and Support Plan
- Program Segment Prefix
- Program Support Plan
- Programmable Scanner Position
- Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
- Project Selection Process (various organizations)
- Project Study Plan
- Proposal Solicitation Package
- Protein Structure Prediction (protein 3D conformation prediction at rest)
- Provide Strategic Planning
- Pseudostatic Selfpotential
- Pseudostatic Spontaneous Potential (energy production)
- Psychological Support Program (International Federation of Red Cross)
- Public Safety Partnership (various locations)
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Visit Booth #1027 for more information about CPU Tech and to see the company's ECADC and Modernized Programmable Signal Processor (MPSP) on display.
CPU TECH), a leading provider of high performance computing solutions for military and commercial systems, announced today that its prototype AN/APG-68 Modernized Programmable Signal Processor (MPSP), a form-, fit- and function-compatible Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) for F-16 Block 30/40 aircraft, has completed Design Try Out (DTO) flight tests.
The Northrop Grumman solution with Mercury's scalable, heterogeneous architecture was selected following an intense competitive evaluation," said Harold Ball, program manager for the Programmable Signal Processor Program, Northrop Grumman Electronic Sensors and Systems Division.