Secure telephone for military weapon systems communications introduced by TACTICALIVE

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., 7 March 2014. TACTICALIVE in Colorado Springs, Colo., is introducing the PW-14 secure tactical data link telephone for military weapons systems communications.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., 7 March 2014. TACTICALIVE in Colorado Springs, Colo., is introducing the PW-14 secure tactical data link telephone for military communications of weapons systems.

The type-1 auto-protocol switching redundant secure telephone for monitoring real-time capability over data-link tracks of concern, providing the capability to lock-on tracks, forwarding it’s client side data, back to main tactical data-link devices for further processing.

With an IP-to-serial auto-alternate connection, as well as manual configuration, the communications device makes the most of uptime rates with redundancy in secure and non-secure settings, company officials say.

It is type 1 encryption compliant, for VOIP, analog, and certified to support Link-22. For Coalition Guard, it supports classified and sensitive data sharing of NATO and multinational interoperability.

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The secure phone is interoperable with NATO and multinational forces, is Web based for ease of use and software upgrades, has a transportable harness for the handset, offers client-side track forwarding, auto-protocol redundancy switching, and runs on AC power or power over Ethernet.

For more information contact TACTICALIVE online at www.tacticalive.com.

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