The company provide long-range tactical data link equipment for special operations. The applications include live streaming of high-resolution video combined with other high-bandwidth sensor data, Blue Force tracking, voice and connectivity for battle management systems. The unique technology has been field proven and used in real operations.
Compared to conventional point-to-point systems, the Cordis Array II has an electronically steerable beam that constantly optimizes the direction of transmission and reception. The electronic steering involves no moving parts, and enables the beam to be steered instantly in the direction to communicate with a moving object. The capability to establish a long-range tactical data link with a point-to-multipoint capability – and with broadband capability.
The Cordis Array II unit is an integrated radio and antenna panel that provides IP network connectivity between the radio stations. The connection to the antenna is an Ethernet cable – the same type of interface used in all computers and networks. The IP based system makes it inter-operable with all other IP based systems, and makes integration of systems through Cordis Array II data links easy and efficient.
Challenging applications that require link also in non-line-of sight conditions will benefit from the high output power and sensitive reception system provided by the narrow beams in the Cordis Array II technology.
The Cordis Array II technology can endure a very high propagation path and will be able to operate beyond the direct line-of-sight with a performances exceeding conventional tactical radio systems.