Bittium to update Finnish TAC WIN software
Bittium will further develop the software package for the Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) used by the Finnish defence forces, the company announced on 6 March.
TAC WIN is used by Finnish forces in the M18 command, control and communications system. It provides a mobile broadband IP network connection for combat troops, enabling mobility and communications on the move.
The software package will be further developed to enhance software and radio platform performance, data transfer capacity and survivability. The work will be carried out as part of a wider renewal of the Finnish Army's command, control and communications system, with delivery set to take place in 2017 and 2018.
Bittium TAC WIN is a Software-Defined Radio based wireless broadband network system intended for military and public safety use. With the system mobile ad hoc network, link, and connection networks can be formed into one logical IP network quickly, no matter what the location is.
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