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LONGBOW LLC will also produce 18 Radar Electronic Units (REU), 14 Unmanned Aerial System Tactical Common Data Link Assembly (UTA) systems and spares to equip the U.
As well as discussing the current status of F-15 AESA retrofit programme, Arnie Victor will also be scrutinising the benefits of AESA with particular focus on: * Interoperability with other coalition AESA systems * Maintainability and sustainability * Through life reliability compared with previous generation mechanical radars * Building on AESA - Radar Common Data Link - a partnership which turns AESA systems into high-powered communication nodes.
There are at least 11 different common data link programs and three additional ones for the Marine Corps, he pointed out.
announced today the company's comprehensive Common Data Link (CDL) antenna family to support the military's growing need for mobile connectivity and data-sharing across platforms.
The Harris/Cubic solution integrates Cubic's Common Data Link (CDL) transceiver technology for receiving video from UAS platforms with the Harris Falcon III AN/PRC-117G open-standard wideband tactical radio.
It can also provide Apache and unmanned aircraft video to troops on the ground via the mini-tactical common data link.
Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) and BAE SYSTEMS, representing a world partnership in the development of wideband Tactical Common Data Link (TCDL) solutions, recently announced the successful completion of a six-month prototype deployment of Ku-band TCDL equipment onboard the USS Constellation (CV-64) Battle Group.
The EMS Ku-band Common Data Link (CDL) antenna system for the MH-60R is suitable for a variety of platforms, providing extended range, high data rates and high reliability.