Naval vessels operate in a dynamic environment requiring a wide array of communication links or off-ship bearers to transport information to or from maritime assets.
As more information is transferred over greater distances with many more endpoints, there is a dizzying hodgepodge of transceivers, amplifiers and antennas to contend with. And, near-peer adversaries are continually seeking to target maritime vessels to actively jam communication. These challenges have led to amazing advancements with Mobile-Ad-Hoc Networking (MANET) radios.
Find out how new technology answers the call for high-capacity, autonomous, self-forming and self-healing networks.