Licensing agreement incorporates Kratos-developed CDL waveforms into Harris nanoSVDL radiosNews
October 18, 2018
SAN DIEGO. Kratos RT Logic -- a Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. subsidiary -- officials licensed its Common Data Link (CDL) waveforms to Harris Corp. for use in Harris? nanoSVDL radios.
The radio is part of Harris’ five-year, $130 million, single-award IDIQ from the U.S. Air Force to develop and deliver Hand Held Video Data Link (HH-VDL) radios supporting video data links (VDL) and real-time intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) communications in congested and contested tactical environments.
Kratos’ tactical communication waveforms receive and process real-time ISR information and full-motion video sent from airborne platforms. The waveforms enhance interoperability, enabling the mobile network to connect ground, airborne, and naval forces via multiple tactical host platforms.