The RF-330E is a lightweight, wireless radio for connecting front-line soldiers to the tactical Internet to facilitate command and control.
What does TI stand for?
TI stands for Tactical Internet
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This is evidenced by a lack of access to the lower-level tactical Internet and a lack of equipment for independent connectivity to telephones, and the secure and nonsecure Internet.
Without the domain name, the FBCB2 database loses functionality due to the loss of connection between the SBCT's lower Tactical Internet EPLRS-based FBCB2 network to the upper Tactical Internet.
The IDM-304 is the cornerstone of the Army's airborne element of the Tactical Internet, and Symetrics is proud to be able to provide this critical equipment.
As information and communications systems have come to play a dominant role in military operations, Tactical Internet radios are required to maximize data throughput whilst maintaining range, connectivity and resistance to jamming in a highly disrupted environment.
Future construction plans, currently unfunded, include an intelligence operating facility, fixed tactical Internet sites, company operations facilities and information infrastructure upgrades at Fort Wainwright; a vehicle bridge at the Tanana River in the Yukon Training Area; fixed tactical Internet sites, an unmanned aerial vehicle maintenance facility and information infrastructure upgrades at the Donnelly Training Area; and aircraft loading pads at Elmendorf Air Force Base.
In addition, the IDM V304 delivers Tactical Internet capabilities directly to the cockpit.
The tactical Internet protocols from our AFATDS standing operating procedures (SOP) were not compatible.