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.
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.
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.