Digital communication system aimed at evolving security needsProduct
July 14, 2015
In response to the world’s constantly evolving transmission and communication security needs and to comply with the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Cryptographic Modernization Initiative, Rockwell Collins offers the RT-1939 ARC-210 Generation5 military airborne transceiver/receiver.
In response to the world’s constantly evolving transmission and communication security needs and to comply with the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Cryptographic Modernization Initiative, Rockwell Collins’ RT-1939 ARC-210 Generation5 is a military airborne transceiver/receiver that enables embedded, programmable INFOSEC capability within the ARC-210 communication system family. The RT-1939 has been redesigned to better meet the needs and conform to software defined radio (SDR) tenets and architectures and can help speed transfer of networked or point-to-point data, voice, and imagery. An additional connector has been added in the back of the radio to allow an Ethernet input.
The RT-1939 supplies full form, fit, function (F3), and integration replacement for existing ARC-210 RTs. In addition the communication system also features a frequency extension to cover 30-941 MHz, MIL-STD-188-220D and MIL-STD-2045-47001D networking; Joint Precision Approach Landing System (JPALS); MELP vocoder; Integrated Waveform (IW) for UHF SATCOM; and Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW). Additional features of the communications system include software that is reprogram-mable in the field via Memory Loader/ Verifier Software (MLVS), and a support structure including logistics, training, test sets, PC-based loader, and controller.