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TROJAN Mobile Remote Receiver System [TMRRS]

The TROJAN Mobile Remote Receiving System (TMRRS) is a modular configured, intelligence receiving and dissemination system that exploits the RF spectrum with its on-board antenna, collection and analysis subsystems. The collection and satellite communications systems are developed around TROJAN receivers, spectrum analyzers, multiplexers, KIV-7s, and Ku-band satellite hardware. The satellite communication system, which contains a 2.4 Meter SATCOM antenna, up/down-converter, and satellite modem is capable of operation in both C- and Ku- commercial bands. Data rates up to 512 Kbps have been tested, but higher data rates could be achieved if required by mission profiles. TMRRS operates within the TROJAN Intelligence Network and is remotely controlled by Monitor Control Groups both CONUS and OCONUS.

The system is air transportable by C-130, C-141, and CH-47 heloslingload. A Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRDA) was established between U.S. Army CECOM and Gichner Shelter systems for development of a HMMWV mounted TROJAN Remote Receiver System.

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