- TRELLISWARE’S NEXT GENERATION RADIO – TSM Ghost
May 19, 2015
TrellisWare Technologies reveals its latest product concept for Mobile Ad-hoc Networking at 2015 SOFIC Tampa, Florida, May 19, 2015 – TrellisWare Technologies, a world leader in wireless communications solutions and signal processing innovations, announced today its next generation TW-850 TSM Ghost product. This affordable and compact GPS tracking and IP device is being shown at the ...
- Visit us at SOFIC 2015
May 6, 2015
Want to know what new product is hiding behind this playing card? Visit us at SOFIC 2015. We are located at booth 517 where we will be showing off our newest low profile radio that Has a built-in battery Easily connects to tablets and other mobile devices Provides situational awareness, especially against friendly fire Monitors GPS locations
- TRELLISWARE CONTINUES SUPPORT OF THE BOSTON MARATHON
April 20, 2015
TrellisWare Technologies continued to provide reliable and Infrastructure-less Mobile Ad-hoc Networking for the 2015 Boston Marathon Boston, Massachusetts, April 20, 2015 – TrellisWare Technologies, a world leader in state-of-the-art wireless communications solutions and signal processing innovations, announced today its continued support for the Boston Marathon public safety and security operations with its Tactical Scalable Mobile Ad-hoc ...
- TrellisWare Celebrates 14 Years!
August 29, 2014
TrellisWare celebrates 14 years of strong growth and innovation. Developing communication solutions that work where others fail, TrellisWare has worked to not only improve communications, but also lighten the load of our military, first responders, and others. After 14 years of dedication, TrellisWare has presented the smallest handheld tactical communications MANET radio as well as ...
- TrellisWare provides Mobile Ad-Hoc Network communications for Boston Marathon
April 21, 2014
Boston, Mass., April 21, 2014 – TrellisWare Technologies, a world leader in state-of-the-art wireless communications solutions and signal processing innovations, announced today that it deployed one of the largest Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks ever to support public safety and security operations for the Boston Marathon. TrellisWare assisted in the deployment of over 100 wireless radios in a ...
- DTRA supports the 93rd CST with TrellisWare radios for the 2014 Pro Bowl
March 31, 2014
Honolulu, Hawaii, January 26, 2014 – DTRA Research and Development Nuclear Technologies Department (J9NT) and Information Sciences & Applications Department (J9IS), the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL), and Naval Surface Warfare Center-Dahlgren division (NSWC-DD) deployed mature R&D assets in support of the 93rd Civil Support Team (CST) at the 2014 Pro Bowl. J9NT provided significant ...
- Check us out at SO/LIC 2014
February 10, 2014
Stop by booth 210 and visit us at the 25th Annual SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition. “Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict forces will continue their worldwide missions despite the drawdowns in the Middle East and budgetary constraints. Our nation will need to support SO and LIC forces across vast distances, in inhospitable terrain, and with minimal U.S. support. ...
- TrellisWare’s MANET Radio Integrates with LAPD Networked Monitoring Systems
February 7, 2014
LOS ANGELES, Calif., February 7, 2014 – TrellisWare Technologies, a world leader in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET) and innovator in advanced signal processing announced successful integration with LAPD’s networked sensors and monitoring system using the TW-400 CUB radio. Due to the ease of use and reliability of TrellisWare’s MANET network, integration was plug-and-play and TrellisWare’s ...
- MILCOM 2013 Post Show Review
January 14, 2014
TrellisWare demonstrated their Joint Analog and Digital Interference Canceller (JADIC) that provides over 100 dB of interference suppression and enables UHF satellite communications on vehicles that are operating powerful jammers to prevent radio triggering of IEDs. Microwave Journal interviewed Mike Fitz about JADIC and featured the video in their MILCOM 2013 summary. Also, Altera interviewed ...
- Mobile Ad-hoc Networks end reliance on infrastructure article from C4ISR & Networks
November 15, 2013
“The tourists probably missed it, but back in 2011, a Trellisware Technologies team boarded the USS Midway, a decommissioned aircraft carrier operating as a naval museum in San Diego, and conducted a test. Armed with Android devices tethered to tiny software-defined radios, the group wanted to see what it would take to push a signal ...