Radio Communication and Data Exchange Systems

March 17, 2015, 14:49
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The mobile adapter type RKP-8100AM-B was designed for extending the possibilities of the manpack transceiver RKP-8100 of transportation usage. The whole transceiver system was integrated in one device and the maximal power was increased up to 150W in KF connection range and 50W in UKF connection range. The adapter construction allows fast mounting of the transceiver on vehicles, as well as intuitional handling. Additionally the device increases its communication reliability in conditions of strong collocations through applying additional narrowband filtering systems. The filters cover the whole KF and as well as selected UKF frequency ranges (30MHz – 88MHz and 225MHz – 400MHz), where they can operate in frequency hopping mode. 


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The RNC-8201 Radio Network Controller executes functions of a multi-hopping dynamic  IP network  according to STANAG 4691 ANNEX A. These are in particular:  automatic  identification  of neighbouring nodes and distributing of information about them in the network, network organization, operations within the “ad-hoc” network, providing authenticated data by using the ARQ protocol, dynamic bandwidth allocation (number of TDMA channels) based on the reported  requirements,  transfer of motion in a multi hopping topologies network. Furthermore the device performs traffic management functions limiting the need of signal data transfer via radio  network. The RNC-8201 radio network controller possess an integrated IP traffic manager function.


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The PSK-1001 is a high speed data transmission HF modem that complies with STANAG 4285, STANAG 4529, STANAG 4415, STANAG 4539 and MIL-STD-188-110B. The multipath interferences are suppressed by the channel equaliser. The modem performance is additionally enhanced by FEC convolution error correction coding and Viterbis’  decoder for data transfer rates from 75 to 19200 bps.The waveform, data transmission rates and all other modem functions are accessible from the front panel keyboard and LCD display as well as via the remote control interface.The remote control commands comply with the STANAG 5066-ANNEX E requirements.The PSK-1001 modem has interfaces ensuring its compatibility with HF transceivers, cryptographic equipment and remote control terminals.


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The MRM-1201 (Multiband Radio Modem) meets the requirements of STANAG 4691 Mobile Ad Hoc Relay Line-Of-Site IP Networking (MARLIN). The device executes VHF/UHF modem functions  in accordance with STANAG 4691 ANNEX B  Mobile Ad Hoc Relay Line-Of-Site IP Networking (MARLIN) and HF modem functions in accordance with STANAG 4539, STANAG 4415, STANAG 4285, STANAG 4529, MIL-STD-188-110C p.5.3, Appendix C, Appendix F. The device transmission rate  is from 50 bps up to 153.6 kbps. The modem case is suitable for direct mounting on a 19” RACK.


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The LINK 11 console uses the frequency range starting from HF (2÷24MHz) to UHF (225÷400MHz) and ensures full coverage of an area within the radius of 300 miles. It provides the transmission of commands, reports and additional data  related to the command process of in  armed forces. LINK 11 can also be used for communication with communication system nodes that  exchange data within other link types (e.g. LINK 11B), allowing the creation of a uniform tactical data exchange system. The MLA-1101 modem is dedicated to work with the LINK 11 subsystem terminal  as a DTS (Data Terminal Set) device. The MLA-1101 modem enables data exchange within the LINK 11 system and co-operates with automatic data exchange and tactical situation display LINK 11 system components.


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The RDC 9000WMS (Wireless message system) software is an implementation of the STANAG 5066 directives. The main purpose of this software is sending electronic mail via the radio channel (KF, UKF). The data conversion is carried out by means of the adequate clients (attached to the mail are two implemented clients as part of the CFTP and HMTP standards). Additionally there is a possibility of connecting other clients (including the dedicated client depending on the needs) enabling the transmission of different types/standards of data e.g. IP frames or chat clients (communicator). The implemented in the RDS 9000WMS software clients are delivered along with the following installations: HMTP, CFTP, IP. The applications operates as a maintenance free station (being a gate for other computer) or can be installed directly on the operators station connected to transmission devices. The RDC 9000WMS can control the radio modem (also a built-in in the transceiver modem) for speeding up the transmission with neighbour nodes. For this purpose it uses the DRC (Dynamic Rate Change) Master/Slave algorithm for all modulations compliant with STANAG 5066C. Moreover the software can control the transceiver if it works in ALE2G mode (it selects the best available frequency then). The 3.0 version software possesses an integrated mail server, which is managed directly from the applications panel. Moreover the software possesses a function of distributing post mail via broadcast in the 5066 stand


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The network software was implemented in the RKS-8000 PW remote control unit containing  an integrated incoming messages server that communicates itself with the user through the POP3 protocol SMTP, outgoing messages server and an FTP server.  Therefore in the radio transmission  the TCP/IP layer that provides some redundancy and adjusts poorly to the conditions reigned in the  HF radio channel can be omitted. The use of popular protocols allows an easy integration with other  communication system elements and fast verification of the operation correctness. Data sending and receiving can be performed with standard e-mail clients and FTP. The IP protocol can also be used for working purposes. Protocols and modulations described in STANAG 4538 are used during operation with the FTP, SMTP, POP3 and IP protocols. All external data sources are connected directly to the RKS-8000 PW remote control unit.


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The RKP-8100 transceiver belongs to a generation of new digital transceivers compliant with STANAG 4203, STANAG 4204 and STANAG 4205. The RKP-8100 radio is a modern manpack transceiver that provides reliable tactical communication . It offers solutions to all kinds of tactical communication and uniform and reduced logistics services. The manpack transceiver can be also used as an exciter for the RKS-8000 transceiver family. The universal RKP-8100 transceiver can be used as an element of a mobile communications system mounted on vehicles and caterpillar vehicles. The digital voice transmission is compliant with STANAG 4198 and STANAG 4591. The transceiver supports the ALE (Automatic Link Establishment) function compliant with MIL-STD-188-141B App. A. and STANAG 4538. The transceiver is adapted to establish ad hoc networks (mobile ad hoc network – MANET) compliant with STANAG 4691. High performance and reliability of operations is guaranteed by a robust design and construction of the transceiver.


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The RKS-8000 HF transceiver is a modern radio compliant with STANAG 4203. The multipurpose RKS-8000 transceiver is the basic element of stationary and mobile (mounted on board of vehicles and caterpillar vehicles) radio communication systems. The digital voice transmission complies with the STANAG 4198 and MIL-STD-110B App. B standards. The remote control of the transceiver is performed according to STANAG 5066 ANNEX E requirements. The transceiver supports the ALE  (Automatic Link Establishment) function according to MIL-STD-188-141B App. A. The robust design and construction guarantee high performance and operational  reliability of the RKS-8000.


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The RKL-8200 transmission module was designed and constructed to meet the needs for radio data transmission for training aircraft type ORLIK for a 30÷88MHz frequency band. Its functionality  was adapted to customer’s requirements . The RKL-8200 transmission module ensures reliable communication at a tactical level (digital data transmission). It can be used as an element of mobile radio communication systems mounted on aircraft, vehicles and caterpillar vehicles. The transmission module is intended for use in ŁEBA systems (Polish Navy)  and SRACASS (Maritime Search and Rescue Service).  The RKL-8200 transmission module is powered by 27V DC (voltage range from 23,7÷29,5V). The RKL-8200 transmission module parameters can be tailored to  a specific order at any time to meet the individual requirements of the client.  


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The digitally-tuned RKS-8000PP Pre/Postselector  is dedicated to  operate with the RKS-8000 and the RKP-8100  transceivers. The RKS-8000PP allows simultaneous and independent operations of collocated receivers and transmitters  on frequencies separated by 10%  at least. When used as a receiver it improves the selectivity of the receiver. When used as  a transmitter, it reduces the level of interference and broadband noise of the transceiver exciter.


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The SPA-8200 controller ensures compatibility and interoperability of cooperating transceivers in range of high frequency communication. SPA-8200 provides: ALE 3G according to STANAG 4538, ALE 2G, mail server, FTP server, radio modem as well as vocoder MELPe for transceivers from different producers. All transferred data can be encoded with AES-256 algorithm. The SPA-8200 controller cooperates with an external data source using interfaces in the RS-232C, Ethernet (100Base-TX) and USB standard.

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