Elektrobit Exhibiting its product portfolio in tactical communications, signal intellingence and EW

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IDEX 2013
Tri-Service defence exhibition

17 - 21 February 2013
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 
ELEKTROBIT at IDEX 2013
 
 
Friday, February 22, 2013, 6:19 AM
 
Elektrobit Exhibiting its product portfolio in tactical communications, signal intellingence and EW
Elektrobit (EB) is a leading military radio and communication solution specialist providing products and services for wireless and wire-line Tactical Communications, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence. All the products are developed and tested to meet the extreme military requirements.

At IDEX 2013 Elektrobit is exhibiting their whole defense product portfolio:
EB Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) demonstrating the formation of a wireless high data rate network solution distributing live C2 situation information
EB Tough VoIP product family providing tactical IP (Internet Protocol) telephony in all environmental conditions
EB Wideband COMINT Sensor for spectrum monitoring, recording, replaying, interception and analysis of wideband signals with remote operation
Intelligent Jamming Solutions with EB Counter RCIED Platform as an example of intelligent and reactive jamming for the prevention of Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) threats
     
Elektrobit (EB) is a leading military radio and communication solution specialist providing products and services for wireless and wire-line Tactical Communications, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence. All the products are developed and tested to meet the extreme military requirements. At IDEX 2013 Elektrobit is exhibiting their whole defense product portfolio.
EB Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) at IDEX 2013.
The router on the bottom right remains fully functional despite several drop tests and some minor external/cosmetic wear.
     
EB Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) is a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) with wireless broadband connectivity that can be deployed in any location. It enables battle groups to create high data rate wireless IP networks as backbone to support data and voice transmissions during operations. Fully IP compatible, the EB TAC WIN can be used in high data rate MANET, link, and connection network configurations with just one system. Wireless and wired connections can be used parallel to create the most flexible and secure tactical network with automatic network configuration and routing. Wireless data throughput capacity is up to 40 Mbps and coverage up to 40 km depending on frequency, antenna configuration and height. Security features can be customized according to the customer requirements.
     
Elektrobit (EB) is a leading military radio and communication solution specialist providing products and services for wireless and wire-line Tactical Communications, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence. All the products are developed and tested to meet the extreme military requirements. At IDEX 2013 Elektrobit is exhibiting their whole defense product portfolio.
EB Tough VoIP Field Phone at IDEX 2013
     
The EB Tough VoIP product family includes EB Tough VoIP Field Phone, EB Tough VoIP Desktop phone and EB Tough VoIP Terminal. This product family provides IP telephony for tactical users in military environments. The phones are SIP V2 based VoIP clients that provide interoperability with other SIP clients and server implementations. This product family has been designed to perform in critical communication applications where one has to be able to rely on the availability of voice communications at all times without interruptions.
     
Elektrobit (EB) is a leading military radio and communication solution specialist providing products and services for wireless and wire-line Tactical Communications, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence. All the products are developed and tested to meet the extreme military requirements. At IDEX 2013 Elektrobit is exhibiting their whole defense product portfolio.
EB Wideband COMINT Sensor and RCIED at IDEX 2013
     

Elektrobit’s EB Wideband COMINT Sensor is a Software Defined Radio based sensor for both accelerated military communications intelligence and lawful interception. The sensor helps signal analysts to search new unknown signals of high value targets with the help of real-time spectrum monitoring, wideband recording and playback. The EB Sensor also intercepts military and commercial broadband microwave signals. The product consist tuners, COTS server hardware for signal processing and a wideband recorder for raw signals. The sensor has 80 MHz instantaneous bandwidth, which is well beyond any legacy COMINT receiver’s performance.

     
Elektrobit (EB) is a leading military radio and communication solution specialist providing products and services for wireless and wire-line Tactical Communications, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence. All the products are developed and tested to meet the extreme military requirements. At IDEX 2013 Elektrobit is exhibiting their whole defense product portfolio.
Elektrobit's stand at IDEX 2013
     
The EB Counter RCIED Platform enables original equipment manufacturers and defense system integrators to offer defense authorities intelligent jamming solutions for the prevention of radio controlled IED threats in an ever changing environment. The platform enables threat logging and offline analyses of the performed jamming operation to optimize the performance of the device. The modular, software defined radio based platform is designed for smooth vehicle integration, and it is software upgradeable making it easy to integrate to future multifunctional electronic warfare systems, command and control systems and tactical communications platforms.

In October 2012 Elektrobit announced an agreement to deliver their Tough VoIP tactical communication systems to the Finnish Defence Force’s Army. In December 2012 Elektrobit delivered the first products of the Tactical Wireless IP Network communication system to the Finnish Defence Forces.
 

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