Vehicular radio for data communications on the battlefield edge offered by Ultra Electronics

MONTREAL, 6 Oct. 2015. Ultra Electronics TCS in Montreal is introducing the ORION X505-V vehicular radio system to provide broadband communications to warfighters operating on the front lines.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

MONTREAL, 6 Oct. 2015. Ultra Electronics TCS in Montreal is introducing the ORION X505-V vehicular radio system to provide broadband communications to warfighters operating on the front lines.

The X505-V is a multiband, dual channel vetronics radio for high speed on-the-move and at-the-quick-halt communications. The radio can operate as a high-capacity mesh node at 80 megabits per second or a PMP remote station with 4G performance.

With its ability to create a self-organizing on-the-move network, the radio is for network-centric operations, rapid deployments, command and control, disaster recovery and any other mission requiring high mobility and high speed data.

The X505-V allows the exchange of bi-directional, multi-party video and secure connection to smart devices. Users can remove the radio from its vehicle mount for mast-mounted operations, providing extended communications range.

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It has multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) capabilities, and offers over-the-air interoperability with upper echelons using mast-mounted ORION radios.

For more information contact ultra Electronics TCS online at http://ultra-tcs.com.

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