Aselsan provides state of the art comms for navy against advanced electronic warfare threats
Aselsan has received an award from the Turkish Navy to develop brand new technology of naval communications, i.e. Aselsan’s 9671 V/UHF Naval Software Defined Radio (SDR).
Aselsan’s 9671 V/UHF (Very high frequency – VHF, 30-300 megahertz [MHz]; Ultra high frequency – UHF 300MHz to three gigahertz [GHz]) SDRs are designed to cover 30–512MHz frequency band and have encrypted/clear voice and data communication modes with Electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM) capability for air-to-ground, ground-to-ground, ship-to-ship, ship-to-air and ship-to-shore communications.
The radios are equipped with state of the art hardware that utilises sophisticated software-based architecture in order to support different waveforms and mode of operation including enhanced electronic protection measures. Waveforms supported are: WBNR (Wide Band Networking Radio) Waveform Mode (50-512 MHz), Narrow Band Networking Radio Waveform Mode (30-512 MHz), VHF/FM CNR Mode (30-108 MHz), A-CNR Mode (30-512 MHz), SK-2 VHF/UHF Mode (146-174 MHz, 406-470 MHz), V/UHF Air to Ground Mode (108-400 MHz) and APCO 25 Mode (146-174MHz,380-400 MHz and 406-470 MHz).
They feature Internal Guard Receivers (121.5 MHz, 243 MHz) and MIL-STD and NATO STANAG compatibility.
Aselsan communication systems are currently providing the advanced communication capabilities of many armed forces worldwide.