Ensuring reliable strategic communications in severe wartime environments
We are currently working on our next-generation channel simulators with support in these key areas:
Our hardware supports Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) fading channel models right out of the box and can support channel models from many other radio standards as requested. Our HWIL simulators use DTRA models for nuclear scintillation and are ready to test your protected MILSATCOM links and assets today.
MASS provides wideband flat fading for both uplink and downlink paths with bandwidths up to 2 GHz. L, S, and C-band interfaces are standard and other bands are available. MASS has been field tested with several operational terminals as well as satellite simulators and on-orbit military satellites.
CoLTS-LC provides frequency selective fading over 125 MHz instantaneous bandwidths with tunable L-band input/output interfaces. CoLTS-LC is a modernized and lower cost version of the original CoLTS unit which was used to verify A/S performance of the PAAWNS modem (Protected A/S A/J Wideband Net-centric System).
CoLTS-ACE synthesizes dynamic jammer responses over a tunable 125 MHz instantaneous band for contested environment testing of communication links, moving beyond testing with arbitrary waveform generators capable of generating reactive responses to the input RF scene.
Our channel simulators share the following features and capabilities:
There’s no need to reinvent the wheel (or drain your R&D budget). Our team can adapt and deploy our existing platforms to meet your needs quickly and efficiently.