Enhance Your Tactical Data Link Network Management Capabilities
Warfighters need reliable and advanced tactical data link support in the field to increase mission effectiveness, optimize performance, and enhance situational awareness. Curtiss-Wright offers a range of solutions to ensure your battlefield tactical data link applications are configured and managed with ease so you can focus on mission success.
Explore our tactical data link network configuration and management solutions:
- TCG Adaptable Tactical Data Link Router (ATR)
- TCG GTS® Ground Tactical Data Link System
- TCG LinkPRO® tactical data link processing software
TCG Adaptable Tactical Data Link Router (ATR)
TCG ATR is a standards-compliant adapter and routing device for on-demand dynamic connectivity of multiple Link 16 protocol network interfaces. Aside from Link 16 messages, TCG ATR supports various data link standards, including SIMPLE, JREAP-A, JREAP-C, and others, providing multiple interface configurations, at a lower price point than more sophisticated systems such as TCG GTS.
TCG GTS Ground Tactical Data Link System
Leveraging an industry leading tactical data link processing engine, TCG GTS provides operators an intuitive interface for managing tactical data link networks. TCG GTS supports multiple communication protocols with comprehensive situational awareness and command and control capabilities for the battlefield and virtual training scenarios. Multiple terminals and interfaces can be supported to satisfy your mission’s data link requirements.
TCG LinkPRO tactical data link processing software
TCG LinkPRO offers advanced tactical data link processing power to minimize interoperability issues and maximize tactical data link integration. The software is used by the biggest players in the defense market due to its flexible processing capability of multiple communication protocols and minimal hardware requirements, making it adaptable to a variety of tactical hosts.
See our tactical data link solutions to support your TDL testing, validation, training, and battlefield operations challenges, below.