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Triad RF Systems Tech Brief: "Keys to Successful Naval Defense Using MIMO/MANET Radio System Deployments"

September 28, 2020: - East Brunswick, NJ - Triad RF Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of integrated radio systems and high performance RF/Microwave amplifiers, just published a very nice Tech Brief entitled "Keys to Successful Naval Defense Using MIMO/MANET Radio System Deployments." Beginning with a review of applicable radio history (HF, VHF, UHF, SATCOM), the document extolls the virtues of MIMO (Multiple-Input / Multiple-Output) and its antenna diversity scheme (a la your Wi-Fi router). Building on the technology is MANET (Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking), which exhibits self-forming and self-healing networks that survive in hostile signal environments. While the title specifies naval applications because of Triad RF's extensive involvement in the realm, this technology extends into other military services as well as domestic law enforcement, emergency services, and other critical communications systems.

Keys to Successful Naval Defense Using MIMO/MANET Radio System Deployments

Naval assets are designed and operated to perform a multitude of missions. The missions range from transporting and supporting air assets, conducting maritime patrol, transporting troops and supplies for land operations, and operating and coordinating unmanned assets. Missions require that maritime vessels coordinate and communicate with a large number of disparate assets. As such, naval vessels require numerous and varied communication methods.

Naval vessels operate in a dynamic environment that requires a wide array of communication links or off-ship bearers. An off-ship bearer is any method that transports information to or from a maritime asset. Since the early days of spark-gap Morse code transmitters that allowed for wireless communication over distance, maritime assets have sought additional communication methods for safety reasons and to allow them to expand their operations and missions. This never ending thirst for transferring more information over greater distances with greater numbers of end points has led to a dizzying hodgepodge of transceivers, amplifiers, and antenna equipment, all battling for height and optimal locations on the topside masts on modern naval vessels.

Further compounding this already congested environment of high-powered emitters and potentially self-interfering equipment, is the ability of near-peer adversaries to use these emanations as a way of locating and targeting maritime vessels and to actively jam communication bearers, leading to the need to carry out operations with limited or no access to strategic communications due to anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD) threats.

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About Triad RF System

Based in East Brunswick, New Jersey, Triad RF Systems, Inc. designs and manufactures innovative RF/Microwave amplifiers and integrated radio systems for challenging environments. Products include power amplifiers, bi-directional amplifiers, rack mount systems, microwave radios, and custom multi-function assemblies.

 

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Dean Handrinos

11 Harts Lane, Suite I

East Brunswick, NJ 08816

Email: dean@triadrf.com

Web: www.triadrf.com

Phone: 1-855-558-1001

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Posted September 28, 2020

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