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Silvus Technologies announced today that it has released a new variant of its StreamCaster Enhanced radios covering 1350-1390MHz (L) and 2200-2500MHz (S) bands.
Protecting classified data transit within mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET) is a challenge. Since MANET radios are mobile, they can constantly change their connectivity with each other. With this change in connectivity comes a commensurate change in security associations and the […]
Today, Silvus Technologies, the innovator of Mobile-Networked MIMO (MN-MIMO) wireless communications systems, announced its partnership with Anduril Industries, a defense technology company specializing in AI powered solutions, to provide MN-MIMO technology for high bandwidth, meshed video and data communications through […]
Silvus Technologies announced today that it has developed a cognitive radio capability that enables StreamCaster Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) to operate in the presence of jammers and other sources of electromagnetic interference.
Silvus Technologies is featured in Armada International’s June/July 2018 issue of Modern Soldier: An Armada International Compendium Supplement. Speaking to Armada International, Jimi Henderson, vice president of sales at communications specialist Silvus Technologies, gave his view of emerging requirements from the […]
Silvus Technologies, Inc. announced today that it is supplying the wireless datalink used on the Aerovel Flexrotor, in pursuit of the US ARMY Family of Tactical UAS (FTUAS) program.
WGS Systems, LLC, a company specializing in communications, signals, imaging, visualization and analytic technologies, has released the latest version of its Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANET) collaborative operating environment. Its Tactical Management System (TMS) combines terrestrial mesh radios with native […]
Exercise demonstrated air drop of sonobuoys from a Northrop Grumman Fire Scout surrogate aircraft and deployed the Northrop Grumman micro synthetic aperture sonar with real-time automated target recognition on a man-portable UUV.
An undisclosed US DoD agency conducted a training exercise during the first week of September designed to consider next-generation technologies capable of supporting small unit teams operating in austere conditions.
Industry team sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has set a new standard for wireless transmission by operating a data link at 100 gigabits per second over a distance of 20 kilometers in a city environment.