Transportable Tactical Command Communications (T2C2) Satellite Terminal

The U.S. Army has recently established a Program of Record for the high bandwidth, suitcase-sized satellite terminal, known as the Transportable Tactical Command Communications (T2C2).

T2C2 Satellite Terminal

T2C2 Satellite Terminal

This terminal will connect soldiers operating in forward areas and remote locations, to the U.S. Army’s WIN-T battlefield network. The increased bandwidth supported by T2C2 terminal (1000 times greater than its predecessor) will allow the use of more demanding data applications to enhance situational awareness. A larger, higher capacity version is available to support network access by users at the company level. Lt. Col. Joel Babbitt, who manages the WIN-T Increment 1, indicated that the “T2C2 will provide significantly increased bandwidth to units in joint operations”

ICRI - Radio Bridge/Switch

ICRI – Radio Bridge/Switch

The ICRI is a tactical radio gateway that can be rapidly deployed in areas of minimal pre-existing infrastructure to support joint operations between U.S. and coalition forces. It can provide a rapidly deployable link from the T2C2 satellite terminal to legacy line-of-sight radios (eg: MBITR, PRC117), VoIP phone, cellular phones WAVE and TETRA radios. Additionally, the ICRI can extend secure or non-secure voice communications over a IP network, for monitoring and support by headquarters.


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