Silvus, Anduril join forces on ad-hoc networking to link unmanned vehicles over tactical radios

LOS ANGELES – Ad-hoc networking expert Silvus Technologies Inc. in Los Angeles is working together with Anduril Industries Inc. in Irvine, Calif., to provide mobile networked-multiple input and multiple output (MN-MIMO) networking through Silvus StreamCaster 4200 tactical radios.

May 6th, 2019
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

LOS ANGELES – Ad-hoc networking expert Silvus Technologies Inc. in Los Angeles is working together with Anduril Industries Inc. in Irvine, Calif., to provide mobile networked-multiple input and multiple output (MN-MIMO) networking through Silvus StreamCaster 4200 tactical radios.

Silvus Technologies provides wireless communications systems that work in challenging conditions for military, law enforcement, and broadcast, applications in communications and unmanned vehicles control.

Mesh technology in Silvus radios helps with video and data transmission in urban, remote, mobile, high-scatter, and at-sea environments. Anduril is using this technology to control networks of unmanned vehicles in communications-challenged environments.

Anduril Industries specializes in autonomous drones and sensors for military applications, as well as in artificial intelligence and sensor fusion.

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MN-MIMO is an RF waveform that operates in limited-range, poor-performance outdoor- and interference-laden environments. It is a blend of coded orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (COFDM), MIMO antenna techniques, and mobile ad-hoc networking (MANET) for digital communications.

Silvus provides enabling RF technologies for relaying information between its intra-tower and drone mesh network that is nearly unbreakable, company officials say. It is for long-range, mobile and non-line of-sight communications that can transmit large amounts of HD video, voice, and telemetry data.

For more information contact Silvus Technologies online at https://silvustechnologies.com, or Anduril Industries at www.anduril.com.

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