AMF JTRS is designed to allow Airmen, Sailors, Marines and Soldiers to seamlessly share secure (NSA Type 1) voice, data, and video communications, in real-time.
"We conducted this interoperability demonstration to underscore the critical role that AMF JTRS will play in allowing Joint Forces to communicate," said Mark Norris, Vice President for Joint Tactical Network Solutions with Lockheed Martin's IS&GS-Defense.
Enabled with a preliminary version of the Internet Protocol-capable Wideband Networking Waveform (WNW) capability, the AMF JTRS
radio transmitted Maritime command and control applications data, messages, live streaming video, and real-time situational awareness data from the shipboard network to another shipboard workstation.
"AMF JTRS extends net-centric warfare beyond the command center so this system is crucial to support information sharing and combat readiness, a must for today's warfighters."
AMF JTRS will network enable and provide interoperable communications for more than 160 platform types including fixed and rotary wing aircraft, submarines and surface ships, and fixed stations world-wide.