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Common User Digital Information Exchange System (CUDIXS)


Primary Purpose Provides a bi-directional, ship-to-shore-to ship,

high speed digital data communications link

between a ship and a NCTAMS or NAVCOMMTELSTA.

Sub-Functions Subscriber stations use the NAVMACS as their

terminal. The link consists of a signal Fleet

Satellite Communications (FLTSATCOM) half-duplex

channel. The link is dedicated to synchronous

communications between the CUDIXS shore station

and subscribers afloat. Each CUDIXS

communications link can operate with up to 60

subscribers.

Equipment Requirements C3 DTC2 Processors, E Systems VME Chassis,

Avonics v(4) IG Group, Avonics RD-397 (v)1 Paper

Tape Reader, 2 x 100 MHz Pentium Processors,

CUDIXS PRP Software Release 1.3.

Connectivity Requirements Fleet Satellite Communications (FLTSATCOM).

Crypto Requirements Maximum Security Level - Top Secret.

Normal Locations All NCTAMS plus NAVCOMMSTAT Stockton are equipped

with CUDIXS systems, operating 2 nets. All Navy

ships with NAVMACS installed can receive CUDIXS

information.

Information Managed AUTODIN traffic at GENSER and TS level.

Products Created AUTODIN traffic at EMERGENCY COMMAND, FLASH,

IMMEDIATE, PRIORITY, and ROUTINE precedence.

Lead Service/Contractor US Navy

Current Fielding Status Fielded

Known Problems None

DIICOE Compliance Rating Not rated.

Point of Contact Mr. Lawrence G. Smith, DSN 354-2072

Updated by CPT Brian North, USA, CCSC-01

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