Bittium Tough SDR Vehicular™

Advanced tactical radio for vehicles.

Overview

Bittium Tough SDR Vehicular™ is a 2-channel Software Defined Radio (SDR) based tactical vehicular radio. It belongs to the Bittium Tough SDR product family that consists of two advanced tactical radios:

  • Bittium Tough SDR Vehicular™
  • Bittium Tough SDR Handheld™

Bittium Tough SDR radios help to produce and share real time situational awareness (location, image, voice, video, and sensor data) to all levels of the organization. This improves the performance and the effectiveness of the tactical troops, and leading the troops is easier based on the up-to-date situational awareness and more reliable connections.

The radios provide a uniquely wide frequency range (30-2500MHz) across several frequency bands. Together with flexible configuration options and routing networks, even thousands of radios in one network are supported. Using several waveforms, even simultaneously in the vehicular radio, improves compatibility and enables operations on different levels and missions.

The radios are compatible with Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network™ (TAC WIN) and together with the SDR based TAC WIN system, it is possible to bring broadband data and voice to all mobile troops starting from brigade level and all the way across the battlefield.

Benefits

Frequency Agility

Uniquely wide frequency range providing frequency agility and less interference

Support for Several Waveforms

Support for several different waveforms and seamless porting also for legacy and national proprietary waveforms

LTE Access

Optional LTE module for connecting to commercial LTE networks

Support for Several Routing Networks

Support for several routing networks and even thousands of radios in one network

Flexible Integration of C2 Applications

Application sandbox for flexible integration of C2 application, such as BMS and blue force tracking

Secure

Access to information security implementation and certification both nationally and internationally

Waveforms

Open/close section Bittium TAC WIN Waveform™

Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) Waveform connects the users as part of the tactical broadband network, which enables transmitting calls, messages and data in real time throughout the whole network.

Key features

  • High-data-rate
  • Slow/fast frequency hopping
  • Operation without GNSS
  • Network time distribution via Air Interface
  • Optimized interference cancellation algorithms
  • Supported bandwidths: 5 / 10 / 20 MHz
  • QoS based network radio resource management
  • Supports up to 1000 nodes in one network
Open/close section Bittium Narrowband Waveform™

Bittium Narrowband Waveform™ enables transmitting and receiving voice and messages from command network reliably even with long communication ranges and in congested networks.

Key features

  • Tactical network for soldiers and vehicles
  • Typical network size up to 25 radios
  • Prioritized CNR voice
  • Radio silence
  • Frequency hopping
  • Data encryption
Open/close section ESSOR High Data Rate Waveform

ESSOR High Data Rate Waveform enables broadband data transfer, cooperation and direct communications also between different national troops in international joint operations, starting already from the patrol level.

Key features

  • Enables broadband data transfer, cooperation and direct communications between different national troops in coalition operations starting already from the patrol level
  • Interoperable, secure, MANET radio transmission network
  • Frequency range 225-400 MHz (extensible)
  • 1,25 MHz bandwidth, frequency hopping, frequency diversity (automatic establishment of parallel communications on different frequency channels)
     

About ESSOR

The aim of the ESSOR program is to develop the European Software Defined Radio technology in order to improve the capabilities for cooperation in coalition operations. The first phase of the programme was successfully completed in 2015. In addition to the European High Data Rate Waveform, the first phase of the program produced and validated the definition for the European Software Defined Radio Architecture which was ported and qualified on six different European platforms. The following ESSOR OC1 phase aims to enhance the operational capabilities of the ESSOR High Data Rate Waveform (HDR WF), developed in the previous phase of the ESSOR programme, in order to meet the most demanding requirements of the battlefield with secure, high capacity land tactical communications.

Excellent Data Performance for Combat Vehicles