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Rockwell Collins SubNetwork Relay

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Published on Feb 6, 2012

Demonstration of how the Rockwell Collins SNR controller and companion high speed modems can be used to create and maintain a tactical internet-based data network using Line-of-Sight (LOS) and Extended-Line-of-Sight (ELOS) Radio Frequency (RF) radio equipment. SNR provides an interoperable, mobile, ad-hoc IP networking capability for use in a tactical environment. SNR maintains its network in the face of continually changing connectivity as nodes enter and leave the network, move about, or channel conditions change. A SNR system generally interfaces to legacy or modern cryptographic and radio equipment. The 721S allows data transfer rates up to 1.92Mbps. SNR provides mobile (Air Force, Navy, Marines, Army) warfighters with an ad hoc networking capability and allows them to plan and execute their mission in a satellite-denied environment.

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