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Broadband IP Software Defined Radio

The BNET broadband IP SDR (software defined radio), supports the modern digital battlefield's needs with high-speed, low-delay, reliable connectivity for broadband data, voice and video on the move. Delivering unprecedented network capacity in terms of data rates, number of users and minimal delay, BNET enables all land, sea and air radio units to participate in a single, seamless, scalable mobile ad hoc network (MANET).

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The Challenge

Today's battlefields are undergoing far-reaching changes that affect the operational needs of land, air and sea forces. Solutions must take into account both the requirements of small forces fighting in dense urban areas, often populated by civilians - as well as fighters facing massive forces head-on in open battlefields. Voice communications and static maps and pictures transferred in minutes are no longer sufficient. Communications systems need to be agile, deployed in real time, scalable, and robust even during the chaos of battle. While there is clearly a need for high throughput of large quantities of information, the speed of battlefield communications - information collection, communication, analysis, and action - will likely determine the outcome of future battles.


  • High Scalability +1000 Users 

  • Multi-Band, IP, Software Defined Radio S.C.A. 2.2.2 Compliant

  • Multi-Channel Reception MANET Waveform

  • Ultra-High Capacity

  • High-Speed, Low Delay

  • Efficiency and full utilization of the limited spectrum resource

  • Operational simplicity and ease of operation

  • Simple maintenance and logistic survivability

  • Open architecture using IP technology, allowing smooth, cost-effective integration with existing and future applications.


Main Capabilities

  • Diverse wideband voice, video & various IP data services, transmitted over seamless wireless networks

  • Communication continuity in all conditions, and system survivability

  • Support for delay-sensitive applications (i.e., closing sensor-to-shooter cycles)

  • Support for "flat" networks with thousands of members in changing traffic and variable link conditions (mountainous, alpine, urban, hilly, sub-alpine, forested, etc.)

  • Interoperability between branches and between military and para-military forces ("blue light" forces)

  • Fast network forming and healing 

  • Networking ECCM capabilities; frequency hopping spread spectrum techniques.

For additional specifications and information, please view the BNET Brochure or email 

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