SINCGARS


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SINCGARSSingle Channel Ground to Air Radio System (US DoD)
SINCGARSSingle Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System
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The soft door easily closed over the protruding antenna and allowed for on-the-move communication with two SINCGARS radios from the truck, one monitoring troop and the other monitoring squadron net.
Used throughout the US armed forces, and the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), the radio already hosts the Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) and HAVEQUICK-I/II legacy air-to-ground/ground-to-air and ground-to-ground analogue and digital waveforms.
The purpose of GDT 3 is to further prove out the SINCGARS' fixes and establish a greater level of confidence that a large number of the reliability challenges have been addressed appropriately.
Officials from one of the Army's major radio suppliers, ITT Corp., have for years been trying to sell the idea that its Sincgars combat radios could be modified to run the soldier radio waveform (SRW) so the Army would not have to replace them with more expensive JTRS systems.
CREW systems and AN/VRC-92 dual long-range SINCGARS. Gun truck personnel were trained and drilled on escalation-of-force tactics, rules of engagement, and mitigating unnecessary collateral damage.
* cables and power-supply adapters used by engineers in Afghanistan to feed power to computers and other electrical devices from the SINCGARS radio battery, after the battery no longer has sufficient power to run the SINCGARS.
The Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) is a family of Very High Frequency (VHF), Frequency Modulated (FM) radio sets.
The AMPS system is comprised of the newest Miltope model TSC-750M rugged computer system complete with Innovative Concepts, Inc.'s PCIDM multi-channel tactical data modem/router for communication with SINCGARS radios and AMPS software.
Army's Battery Computer System, exportable SINCGARS radio, Advanced Gunnery Training System and Corps Battle Simulation.
They used the CHATS for data access and report writing, and communicated with the S2X through the SingleChannel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS).
Its enhancements include Have Quick II; SINCGARS SIP, an enhanced key management system for secure communications links; 30 to 512 MHz frequency coverage; and high speed, line-of-sight data transmission.