Providing cost effective interoperability between tactical radios in a military environment

The requirement of the project was to provide an interoperability between tactical radios in a military environment previously not achievable due to limitations of hardware and budget constraints.
The vast majority of tactical radio systems currently in use do not have the necessary built in hardware and software to send IP based data communications. The installed base of tactical radios is comprised of various makes and models that are not interoperable, further making it difficult to achieve theater-level data communications. The ideal long-term solution is to replace all existing tactical radios with a new standard of Software Defined Radios (SDRs) that achieve both data-enablement and interoperability out of the box. However, technological delays and budget constraints continue to extend the timeline for SDR deployment.

As a solution Sealevel systems developed the ACC-188, a high-throughput synchronous interface that works seamlessly with software developed by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), allowing warfighters to quickly transmit and receive data such as GPS maps, images, coordinates, and IM-type communications using existing tactical radios.
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