At MSPO 2019 in Kielce, 3-6 September, Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate digital communications strategy, tactical and strategic intelligence systems and strategic support for the Polish armed forces.
Information superiority, situational awareness and spectrum dominance technologies will be on display at the company’s booth (E55). As Poland continues to modernise its armed forces, Rohde & Schwarz showcases integrated communications for tactical scenarios in all echelons of the battlefield, as well as electronic warfare/signals intelligence (EW/SIGINT) systems.
Poland’s modernisation agenda calls for new surface ships and submarines: Rohde & Schwarz’ NAVICS integrated communications system for internal and external communications on board all classes of ships addresses the challenges associated with this ambition. Stationary and mobile voice terminals ensure uninterrupted communications everywhere on board the ship. The system is fully IP-based, allowing the integration of further communications services such as Video-over-IP (VoIP), broadcast, alarm functions and shipborne telephone systems.
Addressing the country’s land-based platform requirements, a holistic system solution that provides government customers with a secure, high-performance network architecture, based on state-of-the-art hardware and software – SOVERON – creates digital sovereignty and technological independence, scalable and modular, according to the customer’s specific requirements. For these software-defined radios (SDR), the company has designed high data-rate, anti-jam waveforms to match diverse mission definitions. For every communications scenario, users can select the waveform and encryption that best suit their requirements in terms of range, data-rate and jam resistance.
As a leading global supplier of EW/SIGINT solutions, Rohde & Schwarz offers a single source for reliable, field-proven EW, providing a broad product portfolio, optimised for detection, recording and analysis of modern communications (COMINT) signals. The systems showcased in Kielce are designed to handle challenging signal scenarios and have already been field-proven with several international armed forces. Able to intercept, geo-locate and analyse state-of-the-art modern low probability of intercept (LPI) signals and multifunction radars with complex signal structures, the company’s ELINT concept is focused on operator usability and functionality.
Rohde & Schwarz’ systems are modular and scalable and can be deployed on a variety of platforms. The company offers jamming technology for hostile command chains and solutions for analysing cellular networks, the latter widely deployed by law enforcement and government agencies, armed forces and regulatory authorities worldwide. Also on display will be a counter-unmanned aerial system (C-UAS) solution that provides reliable drone detection and countering capabilities, even under challenging signal conditions.
“Poland is very important to Rohde & Schwarz and there are a number of opportunities we are working towards with our Polish partners […] With Poland being a strategic market for us, MSPO is an excellent opportunity to showcase our solutions and technology and meet with decision-makers on various levels, both from the military and from government, as well as with industry. Rohde & Schwarz is ready to support local BMS and vehicle modernisation programmes,” explains Managing Director, Rohde & Schwarz Österreich, Franz Büchsenmeister.