HIGH FREQUENCY COMMUNICATIONS: RESILIENCE IN SATELLITE-DENIED ENVIRONMENTS
As militaries across
Equipped with High Frequency manpack radios, for example, tactically deployed forces in remote areas around the globe are capable of communicating over distances of 3,000 kilometers or more, even in satellite-denied and Radio Frequency-challenged environments.
‘High Frequency communications are always available even in the most-demanding, austere, denied environments on today’s battlefield,’ he said.
Modern High Frequency communications assets deliver tactical advantage by allowing ground forces to remain on the move and in continual contact, transmitting both voice and data, while additionally offering the resiliency needed in contested environments. Without risking exposure, teams can leverage the full extent of its High Frequency communication radios to covertly coordinate with ground and aerial assets, as well as Forward Operating Bases (FOBs), with voice, text, images and other data, and even establish blue- force tracking capabilities absent of satellite connections and resilient against cyber threats.
New advances also include a resilient chat capability via ruggedized Android tablets, so soldiers won’t interface with the radio itself, yet just text in a way that is fairly common across all generations in today’s world.
As the global leader in tactical communications,
The company’s unmatched resilient waveform technology, integration of 4G ALE and suite of modern High Frequency accessories provide ground troops at the tactical edge of the battlespace the agility to effectively perform missions with speed when communicating with
Further, the potential for further Multi-Domain Operation collaboration increases as more military aviators incorporate High Frequency radios into their platforms for increased interoperability with ground forces.
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