THE FLEXIBLE INTEROPERABLE TRANSCEIVER DATA LINK STANDARD - A SOLUTION FOR INTEROPERABILITY AND SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY FOR THE T&E AND TRAINING RANGES
AffiliationAEgis Technology Group, Inc.
Nova Engineering, Inc.
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AbstractThe greatest threat to the DOD Test and Training Test Centers is the loss of the Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum used in transmitting digital data generated by the test instrumentation during the evaluation of weapon systems. The T&E ranges use the RF spectrum for data generated by status reporting, GPS/TSPI, telemetry, target control, range safety, situational awareness, video, voice communication, etc. In the past the ranges developed their data links independently of one another. The Flexible Interoperable Transceiver (FIT) Data Link Standard identifies protocols and technology that provides for interoperability and spectral efficiency, and can be applied to most RF transmission requirements at the test ranges and training centers.
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