Backbone of tactical communication
The digital battlefield requires the transmission and management of a wide variety of media by way of the existing networks. The ATM communication server transmits voice and data over existing and future radio and wire networks in real time. To do so, it connects the battle management systems on the one hand, and the heterogeneous narrowband and broadband communication networks on the other, and handles the communication independently.
It thus represents the backbone of tactical communication for networked operating command.
- Links up different communication resources
- Autonomous communication system
- Voice gateway for troop radio
- Data traffic across different protocols
- Transmits voice and data in real time
- Self-constructive network topology
- Encrypts transmitted information
Important standards and product characteristics
As a core element in the communication network, the ATM KommServer establishes a self-organising, mobile ad hoc network by integrating all communication resources into a single and fundamentally IP-capable network.
The KommServer is a future-proof, cost-effective communication system which can adapt to new technologies at any time.
- Supported protocols
- 64-bit architecture
- VHF / ultra short wave
- HF / short wave
- UHF / decimetric wave
- Trunked radio
- Mobile radio
- Common ISDN Application Programming Interface (CAPI)
- Voice over IP (VoIP)
- Integrated encryption
Measurement according to and approved by NATO SDIP 27 Level B (AMSG 788)
The KommServer is installation- and interface-compatible with older generation KommServers used cross-functionally in the Army battle management system (FüInfoSys) and Land-Based Operations (LBO) projects.
ATM develops and qualifies the KommServer according to customer requirements: from the device with exchangeable Flash disc to application-specific interfaces all the way to the Manpack variant.
Fibre optic cable
Interface for remote data transmission