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DSEI 2019 ~ DTC SOL8SDR-H Trials Success

Domo Tactical Communications SOL8SDR-H [©DTC]
Domo Tactical Communications celebrates successes in trials in demonstrating its SOL8SDR-H as a MANET Soldier Data Radio compatible with ATAK.

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Press Release, September 2019: Domo Tactical Communications (DTC), the wireless communications specialist, celebrates recent successes in trials demonstrating its SOL8SDR-H as a MANET Mesh Soldier Data Radio, proving compatibility with ATAK and other situational awareness applications.

Sharing PLI, mapping data, voice, messaging and mission plans – and operating without the need for external infrastructure – gives users in the field a significant advantage. A well-informed warfighter can make better decisions to carry out their objective as efficiently as possible and without unnecessary risks.

DTC SOL8SDR-H with gooseneck antennae [©DTC]

The groundbreaking SOL8SDR-H Handheld Radio provides the possibility to operate in channel bandwidths down to 1.25MHz for extreme range performance at very low power making it the ideal choice for MANET Soldier Data Radios where reliability to communicate in the harshest of environments whilst maintaining LPI/LPD is imperative.

Truly software-defined and future-proofed, the SOL8SDR can host multiple waveforms as the mission evolves. In addition to MiMo and SiMo Mesh solutions, the SOL8SDR today can be a Unidirectional COFDM transmitter – including interoperable DVB-T modes – and a streaming COFDM receiver ideal for Remote Video Terminal (RVT) applications.

The SOL8SDR-H is designed to meet the requirements of applications where robust encrypted, mobile communication links are needed to provide enhanced situational awareness in the absence of fixed infrastructure. Targeting first responders, security and military personnel, the SDR-H utilises the DTC COFDM waveforms to provide High Bandwidth data in challenging, dynamic, Non-Line of Site (NLOS) environments where our users operate. It combines a familiar “Soldier Radio” physical form factor, robust construction and simplified user interface with the ability to use industry-standard battery packs, chargers and webbing pouches.

The SOL8SDR-H Handheld Radio and our other Video and IP products will be on display during DSEI 10-13 September 2019.

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