Airborne broadband radio system

The broadband radio system designed for high-speed data communication between different types of aircraft operating in a group while also communicating with a command center in real time.

THE BROADBAND RADIO COMMUNICATIONS LINK ENSURES:
• High speed information exchange (transmission of radar surveillance information, visual footage, infrared and heat images).
• Low speed information exchange (transmission of commands and receipt confirmations for control commands).

AVAILABLE MODES:
• BRS-B — an airborne system
• BRS-K — a system deployed on a ship
• BRS-N — a laND BASED SYSTEM

KEY TECHNOLOGIES:
• The system uses a multi-modal etched-circuit Active Phased Array Antenna operating within X-band that is featured by minimum weight and size limitations, and high-energy potential.
• Software defined radio (SDR) allowing for real time processing of complex signal and coding sequences with a large bandwidth-duration product and easy adaptation to the jamming environment.

Performance Specifications

Frequency range, MHz

10,00…10,55 GHz

Data transmission rate:

low speed

high speed

up to 16 Kbit/s

up to 8 Mbit/s

Probability of error per bit of information

not more 10-6