At the leading innovative aerospace trade fair in Berlin in April, ILA 2018, Rohde & Schwarz will showcase its software defined airborne radio (SDAR), setting new standards and offering secure broadband voice and data communications for network-centric operations.
The high-end, next-generation SDAR extends the company’s successful M3AR airborne radio family with a high data rate IP-based radio that allows military users to achieve information superiority in network centric operations while retaining a high degree of flexibility. Together with innovative waveforms, it enables simultaneous broadband voice and data transmission and the creation of nationalized solutions. The open system architecture of the R&S SDAR is based on the international SCA standard and allows government customers to independently develop, adapt and port their own waveforms with encryption. Rohde & Schwarz is the only market provider whose military airborne radios meet both civil and military avionics standards – a significant advantage for the civil certification of aircraft.
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