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Troll's Network LinkBox Provides a Network Bridge Between Air and Ground Operations - RF CafeMay 15, 2017 - Shown for the first time at NAB Troll's DMR series receivers combines a multi-channel microwave receiver with a remote site diversity antenna controller. The combination provides a two (2) to eight (8) channel diversity receiver for remote Electronic News Gathering (ENG) or law enforcement antenna sites. The DMR processor performs video decryption, encryption, video and audio decoding for local monitoring and secure IP transport to remote control centers.

The DMR's front panel touchscreen enables live video and audio preview, control and monitoring of antennas, transmission, test and signal diagnostics. In addition, video can be viewed locally via HDMI, Ethernet or composite.

DMR6000 receivers can be daisy chained together to receive multiple RF signal sources on different channels simultaneously. This passive "loop through" feature makes it possible to support multiple aircraft and ground vehicles with a single diversity antenna. DMR receivers incorporate Maximum-Ratio Combining and packet switching to "knit together" signals from different antenna panels to provide cohesive 360┬░coverage.

The DMR6000 interfaces directly to all Troll Systems antennas, including the A1 and A6 family of panel antennas, as well as our long-range tracking antennas like the A600 or MT300.

The DMR system provides remote control of the entire receive site. Its modern design incorporates the latest networking technology, with extensive packet-level advances in diagnostic and test capability. A Linux operating system delivers remarkable performance while providing an Ethernet compatible platform for delivering encrypted HD video and data over IP.

About Troll Systems

Troll Systems has been a leading manufacturer of remote control microwave systems and automated air and ground directional tracking antennas for 25 years.

Troll Systems is an ISO 9001:2008 certified U.S. manufacturer of advanced microwave datalink solutions. Sold worldwide to commercial broadcast, law enforcement, military and government users, Troll has over 1,000 customers in more than 30 countries, including aircraft OEMs, government agencies, commercial broadcasters, and prime DoD contractors.

Our manned and unmanned systems have been deployed in demanding physical and operational environments, delivering unmatched performance and reliability.

Contacts:

Dave Barbour
Troll Systems Marketing
24950 Anza Drive
Valencia, CA  91355
Phone: (661) 702-8900 ext. 128
E-Mail: dbarbour@trollsystems.com
Web: ww.TROLLSYSTEMS.com

 

 

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