Thursday, February 1, 2007

Anue Systems Enables Transformational Satellite Communications (TSAT) Project

Anue Systems announced its participation in the Transformational Satellite Communications (TSAT) project, an initiative sponsored by the U.S. military to achieve protected, mobile, broadband, IP-based connectivity to strategic and tactical users worldwide.

Anue supplies a line of network emulators.

The goal of TSAT is to integrate the existing satellite communications network with a next-generation system, now in production, to support intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations not possible today. The new system will combine data from multiple ISR platforms to establish a common view of a situation that is available to all involved with an operation, including ground, sea, and air troops, on-site command and control centers, and decision-makers in the U.S.

Recent tests at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Labs demonstrated the interoperability of the TSAT next-generation processor router (NGPR) with a government reference ground terminal. Additional tests in Redondo Beach, CA demonstrated the ability to integrate payloads to create a unified situational view from multiple sources. In both of these tests, Anue solutions were used to emulate the eventual production network environment with latency, bit errors and frequency shifts.


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