Wireless Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) are rapidly gaining popularity as a situational awareness communications technology due to their rapidly deployable, self-configuring characteristics.
TrellisWare at Modern Day Marine, 2012
The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory is developing radios and communication systems to speed the flow of information — both voice and data — between ground forces and commands.
What makes TrellisWare different? Harris said his company’s waveform, TSM, includes a very robust physical layer.
TrellisWare at TechNet.
TrellisWare at NATIA’s 27th Annual Training Conference and Technology Exhibition.
Marine Corps officials are hopeful that industry can help solve one of the service’s toughest equipment problems: How to lighten the load.
It’s the first big test for the Marines’ communications system of the future, one that enables commanders to send text, data, video and voice messages to jarheads ashore from way, way out in the open water.