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IP Technology Brings Freedom And Flexibility To Tactical Communications By Stuart Marsden, tactical communications consultant and former British Army Major
For any given operation, computer information systems (CIS) will vary according to many factors, such as coalition partners, civil agencies, and host nations — each having specific needs. This article discusses the challenges of implementing CIS in the tactical space and proposes solutions that can aid in providing tactical communications on battalion and brigade levels.
Model 200S1G6 is a self-contained, air-cooled, broadband, solid state amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required.
The unit, when used with a sweep generator, will provide a minimum of 200 watts of RF power from .7 to 6 GHz in a single amplifier and can be used in many RF applications, such as RF susceptibility testing, antenna/component testing, and communication testing. Download the specification sheet here.
See AR’s Model 200S1G6 at the IMS-MTT Symposium, Booth 1415.
The SA0068 from MtronPTI is a 7-way switched filter bank for multiband tactical radios and portable radio power amplifiers. Download this datasheet to learn about its features and the history behind its creation.
The OC8037 miniature clock oscillator from Precision Devices is targeted at extreme temperature and harsh environment applications. It also offers a high shock resistance of 5,000g and a high vibration resistance of 10 Hz to 200 Hz at 10g.