The radio hardware and software as now provided to all services can produce all of the significant tri-service tactical communications waveforms currently in use across the VHF/UHF (30-512MHz) tactical frequency spectrum.
What does TRITAC stand for?
TRITAC stands for Tri-Service Tactical (Army)
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The contract supports the joint services configurable automatic telephone switch and subscriber service, SB-3865 Tri-Service Tactical (TRI-TAC) Switchboard, currently deployed by U.
CAISI operates over existing military communications networks, that is, Mobile Subscriber Equipment, the Tri-Service Tactical Communications System, Defense Data Network, Defense-switching Network, U.
TSM will also be a key element in the Marine Corps' transition from legacy tri-service tactical switches to current commercial technology.
Although the tactical communications systems (mobile subscriber equipment/ Tri-Service Tactical Communications) served well to support yesterday's command, control, and support services that relied heavily on voice and short text messaging, today's warfighter depends on a much broader spectrum of information services.
In other technological initiatives, we integrated the REDCOMIGX tactical switch, which provided Voice-over-Internet-Protocol interface, Defense Switched Network, Tri-service Tactical Communications and Public Switched Telephone Network through traditional transmission media.
While our MSE and Tri-Service Tactical systems have served us well, we must look at whether or not they are meeting the needs of the soldiers, sailors, airman and Marines that they support.