Communications device fulfils data transfer requirements for mobile troops
Bittium has expanded its tactical communications by launching a versatile Bittium Tough Comnode terminal. The device fulfils the data transfer needs for mobile troops by functioning for example as a VoIP phone (Voice over IP), an IP router (Internet Protocol), and an SHDSL repeater (Symmetrical High speed Digital Subscriber Line).
Bittium Tough Comnode is compatible with Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) system, Bittium Tough SDR tactical radios, and Bittium Tough VoIP products, as well as offers diverse connectivity options also to third-party equipment and systems.
Bittium Tough Comnode also provides SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) server functionalities of the tactical voice network for commercial VoIP terminals and enables using also legacy Combat Net Radios (CNR) as part of the IP-based tactical communication system (Radio over IP, RoIP). Tough Comnode is rugged and fulfils MIL STD environmental requirements, it is easy to install in different environments and is also portable by soldiers on the battlefield.
“The versatile Bittium Tough Comnode terminal enables wireless (WLAN and Bluetooth) and wired data transfer for mobile troops in demanding conditions. With the new device, our tactical communications terminal offering expands and now we can cover the needs of the entire battlefield even better”, said Jari Sankala, Senior Vice President of Defense and Security at Bittium.
Bittium will showcase the products at the DSEI exhibition in London, UK, 12th-15th September 2017.