NordiaSoft to deliver SCA solutions for Brazil’s new tactical radios

Material Industry Bélico do Brasil (IMBEL) has selected the Canadian software company NordiaSoft for the new generation of tactical radio stations of the Brazilian Armed Forces.

Under the deal, the company will provide its Software Communication Architecture (SCA) solutions for new and advanced software radio stations (SDRs) in Brazil.

Gustavo Los, project manager for the multi-band tactical radio program, said: “We are constantly focusing on improving the capabilities of our future tactical communication systems, and the built-in NordiaSoft (eCo) components for SCA version 4.1 provide us with the environment we need to develop. our next generation SDRs.

“We rely on eCo Suite to meet all SCA requirements that improve the portability of our waveforms.”

NordiaSoft eCo Suite for SCA Version 4.1 is a complete integrated development environment (IDE) that allows developers to model, create, deploy, and test software components that run in real time across a wide range of operating environments.

“We rely on eCo Suite to meet all SCA requirements that improve the portability of our waveforms.”

ECo Suite includes tools that are used to develop SCA models, automatically generate all related source code, monitor and debug SCA systems, and allow any type of human-machine interface (HMI) to control software-defined tactical radios.

The NordiaSoft solution also includes the SCA Core Framework and a complete list of SCA devices running the Joint Tactical Network Center (JTNC) and the Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnF) programming interfaces.

NordiaSoft CEO Claude Bellisle said: “NordiaSoft is pleased to contribute to the development of future SDR capabilities for the Brazilian Armed Forces.

“SCA is the most advanced open specification for software-defined systems (SDS). We work closely with industry and R&D laboratories to stay at the forefront of technology.

“We offer commercial solutions (COTS) that allow our customers to focus on their area of ​​expertise, reducing costs and speeding up production time.”