Software defined network communications ILA solutions
At ILA 2018, Rockwell Collins presents TruNet, one of the first software defined network communications solutions encompassing airborne, ground and handheld SDRs, advanced networking waveforms, apps, ancillaries and services.
With this solution, according to the manufacturer, military forces will be able to benefit from significantly enhanced connectivity between ground and airborne elements. It enables the secure sharing of critical data, image, voice, and video communications across all domains in the modern battlespace. According to company representatives in Heidelberg, TruNet owns four premier advantages: more nodes (quadrupling nodes up to 140+ per network, connecting all combat elements with high throughput and no increased latency); low latency (less than 300msec latency in a data multi-hop topology lets forces receive mission-critical information sooner to make faster decisions); multi-hop technology (users can communicate beyond line-of-sight with TruNet’s auto-hopping networks and advanced IP waveforms); and more power. The latter quadruples the output power for a longer reach, enabling forces to engage the network earlier, and gaining early tactical situational awareness.
Visit Rockwell Collins Deutschland GmbH in Hall 2, Booth # 102