TrellisWare’s TSM™ Ecosystem Enables Interoperability, All in One Powerful Network

TrellisWare’s TSM™ Ecosystem Enables Interoperability, All in One Powerful Network

Tampa, Florida, May 21–23, 2019 – TrellisWare Technologies, Inc., is exhibiting in booth #644 at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) & Exhibition. Since 2000 TrellisWare has been an innovative leader in advanced wireless communications and tactical Mobile Ad-hoc Networking (MANET) solutions. This year, TrellisWare’s established TSM ecosystem takes centerstage, enabling unmatched and diverse networking interoperability between partner platforms, sensors, and systems.

TrellisWare’s Barrage Relay™ technology, at the core of TSM, eliminates routing, minimizes network overhead, and provides unrivaled scalability. The TSM network supports 250+ nodes in a single channel and provides uninterrupted communications in real dynamic environments. The TSM waveform provides mission critical voice, situational awareness, and data sharing without depending on infrastructure or pre-deploying equipment. As a true Software Defined Radio (SDR) waveform, TSM is embeddable into platforms that range from commercial micro unmanned aerial systems to Type-1 tactical radios.

The TSM ecosystem that naturally emerges is inclusive of TrellisWare’s TSM radio products, partner radios, and partner systems. TSM radios are available as full-featured handheld, vehicular, and small form factor (SFF) modules for easy integration. TrellisWare enables partner radio vendors to support TSM technology via software porting or module embedment, where these SDR platforms typically support a broad set of waveforms and security capability. TrellisWare supports an expanding set of partner systems, such as unmanned aerial, ground systems, tactical routers, EUD accessories, and sensors. Solution providers can tap into the power of the TSM network, while enhancing its value to end-users.

TrellisWare Technologies, Inc. is a privately held communications company in San Diego, California. Look for our booth at the Tampa Convention Center to learn about how the TSM ecosystem empowers users and enables interoperability—all in one powerful network. Visit us at SOFIC booth #644.

TrellisWare is leading the development of the  Warrior Robust Enhanced Network-Narrowband (WREN-NB) waveform

TrellisWare is leading the development of the Warrior Robust Enhanced Network-Narrowband (WREN-NB) waveform

TrellisWare Technologies, Inc., is leading the development of the Warrior Robust Enhanced Network-Narrowband (WREN-NB) waveform for the US Army. This technically innovative project, formerly known as the Soldier Radio Waveform-Narrowband (SRW-NB), is being designed to help achieve global mission success. The new WREN-NB capability will enable spectrum efficiency for tactical communications and address challenges faced by current communications solutions.

Today’s soldiers need to be able to count on resilient integrated tactical networking for any deployed situation in real dynamic environments. This includes spectral efficiency and spectrum supportability to enable worldwide operations, network scalability, mitigation against intentional and unintentional electronic warfare threats, and improved range for air and ground operational environments.

The new WREN-NB waveform will answer the battlefield needs of today and tomorrow. WREN-NB will have wide frequency coverage as well as massive scalability. It will provide mitigation against intentional and unintentional electronic warfare threats. The waveform will include secure IP network capabilities, extended network range, and interoperability between different radio platforms. WREN-NB will provide a highly scalable and robust waveform with simplified network management for operations in congested or contested environments.

The development project is entering the final phase with interoperability test events and demonstrations planned for this coming year.

TrellisWare’s Next Generation TSM Ghost™ Radio Products for Mobile Ad-hoc Networking

TrellisWare’s Next Generation TSM Ghost™ Radio Products for Mobile Ad-hoc Networking

The TrellisWare® radio product line-up, powered by the TSM™ Waveform, now features next generation TSM Ghost devices. The TW-870 and TW-875 TSM Ghost products build upon the success of the previous generation TW-850 to address the specialized use cases within the TSM ecosystem that require small form factor radios with simplified interfaces.

The newer products pack a lot more punch with optimal Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP). Built with the same robust core board as the TW-900/950 TSM Shadow™ handheld, the TSM Ghost products are fully operational radios offering an expanded spectrum to cover the UHF, L-band, and S-band frequencies.

The TW-870 TSM Ghost device is the most compact TrellisWare radio without having to integrate at the board level. This data modem is designed for rapid deployment and embedment into host platforms. The radio features external power, data, GPS, RF antenna connectors, and Ethernet via a cable adapter. The TW-870 TSM Ghost radio is easy to embed and lightweight, ideal for integrating into unmanned systems or any communications platform. The result is a simplified integration effort to bring new platforms onto a TSM network.

The TW-875 TSM Ghost radio is highly portable with a built-in battery that provides flexibility in deploying and enhancing any TSM network. The low-profile design of the radio is perfect as a leave behind networking relay to enhance and extend network range, supporting the relay of real-time voice, video, data, and continuous Position Location Information (PLI). The TW-875 is equipped with GPS and RF antennas connectors, USB data connector, external power, and a small LCD display.

As part of the TSM product family, the next generation TSM Ghost radios operate with the reliable and scalable TSM waveform, allowing the radios to extend the TSM ecosystem in ways never possible before.

TrellisWare Moves into New Building for Corporate Headquarters

TrellisWare Moves into New Building for Corporate Headquarters

TrellisWare Technologies has grown and has relocated into a new building! The new site is at 10641 Scripps Summit Court, near the communities of Scripps Ranch and Sabre Springs in greater San Diego. The property has been recently renovated—and it is beautiful. The building overlooks Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve and is surrounded by botanical gardens, canyon trails, and sprawling patios with a barbeque area.

The search for new headquarters began when headcount increased, and projections of growth were eminent. TrellisWare’s President and CEO, Metin Bayram, recently quoted to the San Diego Business Journal, “Our goal was to find a new headquarters space in the right location with the right mix of outdoor and indoor amenities that would help us attract and retain talent.”

The new facility, on a property called Summit Pointe, is already proving to meet this goal, and it also accommodates current growth with the flexibility to expand. TrellisWare was able to renovate the inside to showcase the business, ideally for talent acquisition and generating revenue. The building sports a modern, professional environment, it is appealing to visiting clients, and it offers many amenities to current employees such as a centralized location right off interstate 15, a gym, and collaborative spaces.

TrellisWare is excited to share this news! In the new space the company will continue to push communication boundaries with advancements in mobile ad-hoc networking, interference mitigation, signal processing and waveform technologies.

TrellisWare Supports the U.S. Army’s Network Integration Event 18.2

TrellisWare Supports the U.S. Army’s Network Integration Event 18.2

TrellisWare Technologies, Inc., provided technology and support for the recent Network Integration Evaluation (NIE) 18.2 at Fort Bliss, Texas that was aimed at assessing the U.S. Army’s network modernization strategy, including some of the newest tactical radios available.

During the event, TrellisWare provided an advanced networking solution with its commercially-developed TSM™ waveform, and the capabilities of the waveform proved to be an important part of integrated tactical network (ITN). As a technology provider for large radio companies and system providers, the TSM waveform technology is embedded into third-party products.

The mobile ad-hoc networks that employ the TSM waveform can effectively navigate real-world challenges such as environments with RF congestion and interference, high mobility, and limited spectrum availability. TSM networking can scale to hundreds of nodes in a single RF channel while it shares information across the network, such as positional data, video and voice.

The training exercise formed a large TSM network that included U.S. Army Leader Radios and TrellisWare TSM Ghost™ radios, demonstrating interoperability across multiple vendors all running the TSM waveform. The primary purpose was to evaluate radios and collect feedback from the soldiers.