The KOR-24A STT extends the ability of warfighters to conduct real-time communications and increase interoperability in austere environments.
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Providing warfighters with simultaneous access to disparate and incompatible communications networks — including Link 16 — is Viasat’s Move Out/Jump Off (MOJO) gateway.
Capable of being operated on-the-move to ensure Line-of-Sight (LoS) and Beyond-LoS communications across air, land and maritime environments, MOJO’s reduced form factor allows it to be integrated onboard a variety of platforms — including ground vehicles and small maritime vessels
Featuring Viasat’s KOR-24A Small Tactical Terminal (STT), MOJO provides the warfighter with at least three-channel, simultaneous communications including Link 16, TADIL-J, VHF/UHF (SINCGARS, SRW, ANW2C, SATCOM, IW and DAMA) and another embedded radio such as EPLRS/SADL networking.
BATS-D provides dismounted personnel with a ground-to-air capability to shorten the targeting cycles and accuracy of close air support and other fire missions.
Viasat’s Government Systems division provides U.S. and coalition military forces with a range of advanced communications technology. Here’s a quick description of one of them: MIDS
Viasat’s Government Systems division provides U.S. and coalition military forces with a range of advanced communications technology. Here’s a quick description of one of them, Link 16:
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